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International Higher Education Report: Student Trends 2018

If you work in international student recruitment, don't miss your free copy of educations.com's International Higher Education Report: Student Trends 2018!

Get insight into emerging trends in your target markets through a robust student survey completed by over 20,000 prospective and current students representing 178 nationalities.

What's included?

  • Targeted regional breakdowns of prospective student trends including Northern Europe, Southeast Asia, North America, South America, and Western Europe.
  • How different regions convert on portals - a detailed breakdown of the way different students prefer to reach out.
  • Trends in Bachelor's and Master's students from around the world - interest areas, concerns, top influences,where they would like to study abroad and more.
  • The biggest challenges, target regions, marketing strategy and more from international student marketers and recruiters.

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Last update: 02 Dec 2019

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