Augmented reality or virtual reality has been one of the fruits of education technology that has saved international education through online learning. It has also engaged it even more as major players are now starting to see the virtual technology trend in education.
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The report stated that immigration has raised the population in Canada by 82,000 in the first quarter. The federal government’s initiative started with encouraging temporary residents in Canada to apply for permanent residence.
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When most of the countries around the world were placed in lockdown in 2020, teachers were given just a few days to grapple with an unprecedented situation. There was a risk of falling into a dire learning crisis as educators,educational institutions and policymakers, as well as students of all ages, had to find ways to ensure the continuity of teaching and learning.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has extremely affected the international education sector. The disruption has come at a great cost for higher education institutions located in power players like Canada and Australia—the latter, ranked first among countries with the largest number of international students as “a share of the total higher education population in 2020.”
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Recent years have shown the international higher education sector growing tremendously. In effect, countries are competing to attract the students with promise. However, what higher education institutions (HEIs) offer and what international students are looking for may need reassessment or re-alignment, especially in the context of international student experience and employability.
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While the international student market sector enjoyed an exponential rise in the past two decades, COVID-19 greatly disrupted international higher education with border closures and cancelled flights, all in line with strict health and safety protocols. The question of whether or not sustainable university operations can continue is on the forefront.
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Analysing data from the recent i-graduate survey, this article presents the international student experience during the pandemic.
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Sustainable campuses in higher education take on the role of educating students and society about sustainability.
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With the high level of competition for international students in a post-COVID world, institutions turn to effective recruitment strategies.
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