Interest in international schools around mainland Europe is increasing in a shift partially attributed to Brexit
and intelligence on the world’s K-12 international schools market
Tips for education suppliers to prepare for selling to American Schools Overseas.
Results from the research into the pathway from international schools to higher education show top countries, universities and subject fields
A school website really can be all things to all people these days says Finalsite's Founder and CEO Jon Moser
A new report just published by ISC Research studies the pathway from international schools to higher education.
The international schools sector has been booming in the country and looks set to do so across the wider Middle East.
The international schools market is not yet saturated as some believe. Demand exists for schools offering specialisations and charging mid-market fees. Local enrolment continues to expand throughout the region.
Two reports from ISC Research highlight international schools as a pathway to a wide range of study abroad undergraduate destinations.
Investment potential within international education continues to increase in many countries, most significantly, within the development of international schools.
An increasing number of agreements now happening of UK education companies venturing into China.
Highlights from the ISC Research presentation at the AAIE Conference in New York include growth in Europe, expansion of school groups in Latin America, and changing demographic for American Schools Overseas throughout many countries in Asia.
Buying in the nation of 1.3 billion people occurs school by school, and parents are key decisionmakers says Sean Cavanagh, Senior Editor of EdWeek Market Brief
Wellbeing in international schools
Research conducted by Cardiff University School of Psychology and International Education Psychology Services (IEPS) is being carried out to investigate the perceptions of international school teaching staff on their own wellbeing and that of their students.
Demand for international education is going from strength to strength in many countries of the world. Read where and why here.
ISC's Commercial Director, Diane Glass, chaired a panel session on the edtech needs of international schools during the BETT Show. Panellist Duncan Silcock, Director of Digital Learning at Brighton College in Abu Dhabi, said: "Integration has recently become a big focus, whether that be with Google or Office 365. How software resources integrate with workflow solutions and MIS (SIS) has a significant impact."
The PIE features news from ISC that the growth and interest in English-medium international schools is far from waning, with new projects - often specifically with local children in mind - proving popular the world over.