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TU Dublin offers scholarships for new students

Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) is offering scholarships to new international students from India, Nepal, Indonesia, Philippines and non-EU European countries.  The deadline for applications is on 4 July.

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Shortage of engineering graduates opens more opportunities for international students

Engineers Ireland last month aired its concern regarding the 55% decrease in civil and building engineering graduates over the last five years, in spite of the increase in entry-level salaries and the thousands of job openings.

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International students contribute €386M to Irish economy annually

A recent study released by the Irish Universities Association indicated that international students contribute €386m to Irish economy annually from out of the Irish universities’ total yearly contribution of €8.89 billion.

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Opportunities for current students amid widespread automation

A new report, Australia’s Automation Opportunity: Reigniting Productivity and Inclusive Income Growth, highlighted the opportunities that come with automation, especially with the need for 600,000 university graduates by 2030, and what universities need to do to prepare for it. Released in March, the report reveals that the widespread adoption of automation across the economy is…

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SCU Sydney students conferred degrees in Lismore, Gold Coast

Two Southern Cross University Sydney graduates Ying “Grace” Yuan and Jivan Bhattarai revently marched across the stage for Graduation, celebrating with other graduates from Southern Cross University Lismore and Southern Cross University Gold Coast campuses. Ying “Grace” Yuan, a graduate of Bachelor of Business, was conferred the degree by Deputy Chancellor and Deputy Chair of…

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SCU Sydney, Melbourne and Perth elect student representatives

Southern Cross University Melbourne, Perth and Sydney have finalised their list of respective Student Representatives Council (SRC) for the new term. The Student Councils represent the student voice and provide a formal campus structure through which international students can put forward their suggestions and undertake initiatives to benefit their respective campuses. For Term 1 2019, the SRC teams are…

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NJIT ranks #1 in animation, Duquesne #22 in nursing, UMBC #82 in computer science

Three of EduCo’s partner universities in the United States – New Jersey Institute of Technology, Duquesne University and University of Maryland, Baltimore County – have climbed up the ranking scales once again. New Jersey Institute of Technology NJIT was ranked #1 among New Jersey institutions offering animation programs and #28 nationally in the 2019 Animation…

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SPU offers a pathway for students who do not meet English requirement

Seattle Pacific University (SPU) offers a pathway opportunity through Interlink for international undergraduate students who wish to study at SPU but have not met the minimum English Language score. This was disclosed by EduCo U.S. Marketing Director Julia Tracewski. Under Interlink’s conditional admission, international students will receive the conditional letter of acceptance from SPU. “The…

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Scholarships in EduCo’s U.S. partner universities still available

Scholarship opportunities in the EduCo-partner universities in the United States are still available for 2019. The scholarships may be awarded to students for academic achievement or as an institutional grant. It may also be in the form of an on-campus work offer such as an assistantship. Here’s a rundown of the scholarships extended by the…

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UMBC Computer Engineering ranks #111 in 2019

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s Computer Engineering program is one of the highly-ranked engineering degrees from over 1,000 programs offered by U.S. institutions. Its engineering program was ranked #111 by the U.S. News & World Report in its 2019 rankings. In addition, the university’s computer science program was ranked #82. These awards reinforced the…

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How Nebaska student Sumit Khatri manages family business and studies

Sumit Khatri opened the doors to Laxmi Palace, the family-owned hotel in India, in January last year while pursuing his business administration degree at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Sumit co-owns the family business with his father and manages the hotel remotely. Juggling between full-time study and part-time hotel management, he says his days are always…

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Canada records 16% growth in international enrolment

Canada has recorded another double-digit growth in enrolment in 2018. The Canadian Bureau for International Education reported a 16% growth based on the study conducted by the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), with the total number of international students now listed at 572,415. Among the top three countries sending international students to Canada are…

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Arbutus College opens evening classes for new Hospitality Management programs

Arbutus College, an EduCo institution offering vocational courses in Canada, has opened evening classes for its new hospitality management programs. The Advanced Diploma in Hospitality Management requires eight months of academic studies. The Advanced Co-op Diploma in Hospitality Management requires eight months of academic studies and another eight months of co-op experience.

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Acsenda shifts focus into bachelor’s degree programs

Acsenda School of Management President Neil Mort has announced that they will be suspending new enrolment for three diploma and certificate programs. Acsenda will be focusing on its bachelor’s degree program offerings.

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Scholarships from EduCo's Australian institutions ongoing

Scholarships are currently available for new international students in EduCo-owned and partner institutions in Australia – Strathfield College Melbourne and Sydney, CIC Higher Education Melbourne and Southern Cross University Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.

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Australia registers double-digit growth in int'l enrolment once again, 8 of top 10 sending countries from Asia

The Australian government revealed that there are now 693,750 international students in the country

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Webinars for education agents: Sustaining enrolment growth

Webinars for education agents in Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia

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Employability skills, future job prospects among international students’ top concerns

An International Student Barometer study on what makes international students happy

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Southern Cross University enrolment growth a result of collaborative efforts

Enrolment for Southern Cross University’s Melbourne, Perth and Sydney campuses as of March 2019  has grown considerably compared with the same period last year. Southern Cross University is one of Australia’s top “Young Universities” under 50. It has been cited for research excellence by the Australian government’s ERA (Excellence in Research for Australia) and has exceeded the…

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Southern Cross University Melbourne campus expansion to commence in June

Southern Cross University Melbourne has experienced a significant growth in enrolment as of March 2019 compared with the same period last year and as such, has commenced expansion plans for the campus. The actual renovation work will begin in June. According to Debbie Aarons, director of Student Services at Southern Cross University, the renovation will…

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