5 Social Media Content Ideas for Education Agencies

May 11, 2021
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5 Social Media Content Ideas for Education Agencies

Introduction Social media is a crucial medium for promoting your education agency. It provides a way for you to reach prospective students and their parents. Also, it helps you build a community where you can engage your prospects for brand awareness and conversion. But it can be challenging to come up with fresh and engaging content […]

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$53 million budget support for struggling international education sector

May 7, 2021
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$53 million budget support for struggling international education sector

Introduction The Australian government plans to provide more than a $53 million federal budget to the struggling international education sector hard-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.  As a result of border closure, the number of international student enrollment drastically dropped over the year. Similarly, the higher education institutes and colleges were shut completely. This led the […]

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Task Management for Education Business

Apr 30, 2021
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Task Management

Introduction An education business operations involve numerous tasks to accomplish each day. And of course, we have only a set amount of time to get all those things done. This is where the importance of task management comes in. Better task management can bring smoother work processes and better productivity. After all, a business with […]

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5 questions to ask your client while course advising

questions to ask clients in course advising

Introduction If you’re looking for relevant questions to ask your clients before course advising, we’ve got you covered. A good relationship between an educational advisor and a client or student is crucial. Also, it’s a big responsibility for an advisor to maintain good terms with the clients. The way you approach the clients can have […]

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Victorian Government’s Plan to bring back International Students

Apr 28, 2021
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Introduction Victorian government resubmitted a plan to bring back international students. The plan is similar to the model used in bringing tennis players for the Australian Open. As per the proposal, the universities would consider bearing the cost of 1,000 international students flown into Melbourne. The students will be placed in special quarantine arrangements as […]

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How Australia’s travel bubble plan will affect International Education

Australia's travel bubble plan

Introduction Australia has brought forth “travel bubble” plans with Singapore and New Zealand to revive its international education sector. The unprecedented crisis brought by the pandemic crushed Australia’s multi-billion international education sector. Similarly, the world witnessed travel restrictions, border closures, and global shares taking a hit. Till today, governments around the world are struggling to […]

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How is NSW handling International Students in COVID?

Apr 8, 2021
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$53 million budget support for struggling international education sector

The $40 billion industry of international education is falling over as the Australian government fails to welcome temporary and permanent immigration post COVID. Nothing has changed for the international education sector, even though universities have geared up for another academic year. International students once again are disappointed as the government is continuously failing to provide […]

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