With today’s technological innovations—specifically in the communications and travel sectors—higher education institutions from all over the world will have to embrace the thrust of international education sooner or later.
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Higher education institutions from around the world—and the local communities they are a part of—have benefited from international education. Through the internationalization of the academe, generally speaking, higher education institutions have vastly improved their brand and have shifted their campus culture into something that students from all different backgrounds can embrace.
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It is no secret that the pandemic has wiped out all the gains and progress made by the international education sector. Higher education institutions (HEIs) around the world now have to start again. The disruption and improvement in education delivery will also depend on factors outside of the academe, for instance, the vaccine rollouts or border closures.
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According to Statista, a market and consumer research firm the top 5 destination countries for international students based on a 2020 interview are:
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The pandemic has forced the education system to adapt to online learning. With some countries still closing their borders on international students, social media has become a very important tool for marketing, branding, education delivery and information dissemination.
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Individuals can develop their personal skills, improve their financial security, and contribute to the socio-cultural development of society with education.
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MSM Higher Ed president Donna Hooker shares her thoughts on university rankings, how they work and why they are important.
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Higher education should do more than produce skilled graduates, but also educate their students with a positive mindset.
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MSM Higher Ed president Donna Hooker discusses the importance of setting up a Gender and Development office.
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