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Great tips for international school college counsellors were shared in an ISC Research webinar this month.
The role of the international school college counsellor has never been so complex or multifaceted. Understanding this role, as well as the data behind the pathway from international school to university, is the focus of the latest research from ISC Research. It's the chance for college counsellors to have their say.
Opening an independent school in a foreign market has become big business. 62 independent school brands are already established overseas teaching over 38,700 children aged between 3 and 18. This sector of the international schools market is about to see its busiest year yet for new school openings.
Investment potential within international education is increasing in many countries; and particularly so within the international schools market.
ISC’s Commercial Director, Diane Glass summarises the year from the point of view of education suppliers.
Data and intelligence can help you to strategically plan many aspects of your school business development. What do you need to know and why? Here are 10 scenarios when knowing the right data counts.
Three South East Asian countries seeing developments, and predicted to experience more school investment, are Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia. ISC’s Field Research Consultant for South East Asia, Sam Fraser explains.
ISC Schools Director, Richard Gaskell sums up the main conversations surrounding the international schools market as the academic year in the Northern Hemisphere draws to a close.
Field-based research on the international schools market in the Middle East is led by Sheena Maerevoet who is based in Dubai. Sheena shares an update here:
Schools can no longer bank on sourcing teachers from a handful of countries. The training of teachers and coaching of parents' expectations is necessary for the future.
The international schools market in Europe has been a healthy but static one for many years, so why so much change now?
Why is there so much interest for the development of independent schools overseas?
Why, how and when will benchmarking help your school planning?
Advice for education suppliers about working with international schools
Video from BETT panel shares advice from international school heads to edtech supppliers
A new report about the pathway from international schools to higher education shows the wide range of undergraduate degree subjects, universities and destination countries that international school students select.