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.
ISC data and intelligence is used by universities around the world to develop strategic international plans for student recruitment and teacher training
There are almost 5,000 K-12 English-medium international schools in the world with senior high and sixth form students aiming for undergraduate degrees in Western countries. There are also over 8,700 K-12 English-medium international schools employing more than 429,000 teachers who all require teaching qualifications and professional development.
“I’m finding ISC Online a useful tool and appreciate the value it brings, not just to my work in East Asia, but the wider mailing campaigns across the world have been successful, as have email invitations to events we’ve held in places such as UAE.”
Ben Charlton, International Development Officer, The University of Buckingham, UK
Successful strategic international planning requires data and market understanding
ISC data, trends and intelligence are ways for universities and colleges to accurately know and connect with the K-12 English-medium international schools market.
All that you need to establish long-lasting relationships with international schools
ISC services for Higher Education are used by many universities around the world including Trinity College Dublin, King’s College London, American University of Sharjah and University of North Carolina Greensboro to support international student engagement in summer programmes, international school enrolment for undergraduate courses, and international teacher training and up-skilling.
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News for the Higher Education Sector
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.
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.
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.
The image at the top of this page shows senior students at the International School of Zug and Luzern