With the high level of competition for international students in a post-COVID world, institutions turn to effective recruitment strategies.
Higher education institutions building, promoting pathways in a post-COVID environment
Educators in higher education deal with different stressors, and these are elevated during a pandemic.
Discussing the importance of mobile apps for international students
Education technology is ramping up in a post-COVID environment. The latest data from UNESCO shows that there were 156 million affected learners worldwide on June 30.
Ever since the first global university rankings came out in 2003, global higher education decision-makers, national policy makers, and international students now look to them for inspiration, motivation, and guidance. The importance of ranking in education has grown in the past two decades.
Most research work on international students usually revolves around their concerns in relation to their studies, career paths or relationship with their respective higher education institutions. These days, most especially in the midst of a pandemic, studies on mental health are gaining attention with many people suffering from depression and anxiety. This article tries to explore more on international students’ physical health, specifically, about their diets and food choices, and dwell on the concept of cooking while studying abroad.
Currently, there are approximately 1.3 billion English speakers in the world. Chinese (Mandarin) closely follows second with 1.1 billion speakers. Rounding up the top three is Hindi, registering 600 million speakers.