Several countries and sub-regions are experiencing notable change in their international schools says Richard Gaskell.
ISC Research data and intelligence is used by education suppliers across the world to enable them to maximise sales into this most lucrative sector of the international education market
There are over 9,500 English-medium K-12 international schools around the world teaching more than 4.7 million students, all requiring quality education resources, services and support.
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ISC data, trends, intelligence and contact details of decision-makers at international schools help education suppliers to identify specific business opportunities within the market, connect with target schools and target decision-makers at these schools, and successfully maximise sales opportunities at international schools.
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Economic growth is returning to the Middle East after a difficult few years. How is this impacting the international schools market? ISC's Sheena Maerevoet explains.
The latest data on the English-language international schools market in the Middle East puts the UAE at the top.
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.
The international schools market is seeing some interesting shifts which could lead to more choice for all.
Interest in international schools around mainland Europe is increasing in a shift partially attributed to Brexit
The image at the top of this page shows Regents International School, Pattaya, Thailand