29 April 2022 at 9:30 am

Around the world in five – April E-News 2022

Our monthly round up of international education news from key markets around the world.


ENZ online education pilot extended 

Education NZ to roll over Recognised Agency scheme to end of year 

International learners stay cool on studying Down Under 

Universities in ‘no mood’ to rush back to HE globalisation 

New Zealand 

International postgraduate students treated 'like massive drain on society' 

Te Pukenga shares International Education Strategy 

Financial hangover for Wintec, Waikato University as international students trickle back in 

‘Modern-day slavery’ 

MIL-Evening Report: Open letter to Minister Faafoi – an appeal to help 34 abandoned Papuan students 

Host families needed in Tauranga 

Dunedin firm’s education tool a winner 


New Zealand Minister Hon. Priyanca Radhakrishnan Visits IIT Madras, Deepens Educational Relationship Between New Zealand and India 


Japan Women’s University and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of Education New Zealand also attended and signed the “Agreement on Educational Cooperation” 

New Zealand Relaunches Innovative Rugby and English Study Programme 

Latin America 

It's time to talk about educational quality at Education New Zealand's first Kōrerorero 

Visions and perspectives on quality education in Latin America and Oceania 

Saudi Arabia 

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Education to Organize ICEE 2022 in May with Participation of 253 Local, World Institutions 

South Korea 

Korean international students develop innovative eco-friendly building materials using seaweed in New Zealand 


Otago University New Zealand hybrid 2nd generation recruitment 

New Zealand accepts the first lot of 5,000 international students, Thailand offers English Pathway courses and flies to learn languages 

Viet Nam 

Opportunities for teachers to catch up with the wave of digital transformation in education 

New Zealand Future Skills Summer Camp 2022 - an opportunity for Vietnamese students who love programming 

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