22 September 2022 at 10:30 am

Around the world in five - September 2022

News stories from our key partner countries around the world 

Around the world


Ardern welcomes students back to New Zealand 

Amended NZ education strategy released 

Finding value in technology for education 

New Zealand university plans biggest ever job cuts 

Gender gap ‘impossible to overcome’ without ‘intervention’ 

NZ: Victoria partners on TESOL in Vietnam 

Linguistic racism can take a high toll on international students 

New Zealand 

Watch: PM Jacinda Ardern on Covid-19 Rules, Construction Industry and International Students 

Italian students feel greater connection to nature after learning about Whanganui's Te Awa Tupua legislation 

Tauranga education showcase returns to South Korea 

Education NZ’s plan to woo Asian students 

ESOL outdated: English for speakers of other languages guilty of othering 

Return of international students marks new era for sector 

International students: How changes in Asia could affect how young Kiwis learn 


Western Australia government launches Agent Incentive Scheme, extends student bursaries 


China will again welcome international students 


NZ Embassy welcomes Colombia agents 


University of Auckland announces scholarships worth NZ$1.5 million for Indian students 

Rural Indians join rush to study abroad as prospects dim at home 


9 Indonesian women complete Girls in Tech scholarship programme 


The Convitto Nazionale di Cividale flies to New Zealand with the DEP Project - Digital Exchange Program 


Government sets goal of 100,000 students going abroad by 2027 


Many Malaysians returned as experts after New Zealand education, says High Commissioner 

New Zealand’s University of Waikato keen to collaborate with Malaysian universities 

South Korea 

New Zealand, Korea well placed in digital ecosystem to work together: ambassador 

Winners of Student Reporter Contest recognized at ceremony 


Rose Garden Rangsit School joins hands with ENZ to organize coding camp 

Guidelines for laying the foundation for successful learning and teaching English Introducing "learners" is a key principle of teaching English 


Quang Tri teacher receives full scholarship from New Zealand Education Agency 

University of Auckland supports students from South-East Asia 

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