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 9,800 English-medium K-12 international schools around the world teaching more than 4.7 million students, all requiring quality education resources, services and support.
Planning your route to market requires data, intelligence, contacts and an understanding of international school operations
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.
All that you need to establish long-lasting relationships with international schools
ISC products and services are used by education suppliers around the world, large and small, to increase business with international schools including Cambridge International Examinations, Hewlett Packard, Cengage Learning, BrainPOP, Harlequin Flooring, Oxford International Education, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Nisai Learning, The International Baccalaureate Organisation, Pi-Top and Capita SIMS.
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Over 1,000 international school teachers and leaders complete the first ever international school wellbeing research and the findings were instructive reports International Teacher Magazine.
2018 will be the busiest year ever for British independent schools opening sister schools aboad.
Over 1,000 international school teachers and leaders have completed the first ever international school wellbeing research. The findings of this study are now published. Read more
New research conducted by the TES suggests that teachers working abroad could help to solve Britain's teaching challenge.
New regulations in Vietnam and more school expansion in Thailand and Malaysia are impacting the international schools market in South East Asia.
International schools are more popular than ever, with student enrolment increase of 7% worldwide in the last 12 months.
Several countries and sub-regions are experiencing notable change in their international schools says Richard Gaskell.
The image at the top of this page shows Regents International School, Pattaya, Thailand