International schools in London are starting to see the impact of Brexit say Suzy Waite and Suzi Ring in Bloomberg Business.
and intelligence on the world’s K-12 international schools market
There's a big demand for qualified teachers overseas, and there's a desire for British teachers to seek alternatives to the UK, says Alix Robertson in this feature in SchoolsWeek.
International school leaders share tips for education suppliers on the do's and don'ts of marketing to international schools.
The United Arab Emirates is packed with private international schools with an appetite for STEM technology and teaching and learning says Sean Cavanagh. Register with Edweek Market Brief to read the whole article which includes supporting data and intelligence from ISC Research.
Student numbers look set to rise in international schools in Frankfurt, Paris and Amsterdam but London starts to struggle writes Nick Morrison
As the popularity of international education increases, it's important to question the motives of its innovative learning style.
New report studies the pathway from international school to higher education.
The international schools market is seeing some interesting shifts which could lead to more choice for all.
It's been a challenging two years, but the international schools market in the Middle East remains strong.
Interest in international schools around mainland Europe is increasing in a shift partially attributed to Brexit
More education options in more cities for Chinese passport holders and more schools about to open
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.