22 June 2022 at 9:30 am

Around the world in five - June 2022

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


‘Value over volume’ heart of NZ international strategy 

Education New Zealand marks reopening of borders with new global campaign 

Education New Zealand launches new marketing campaign 

New Zealand confident of international enrolment’s Covid recovery 

Te Pūkenga seeks to drive NZ internationalisation 

New Zealand moves to active footing for student recruitment with new national strategy 

Investing in skills of future can add $8.3 trillion to global economy: WEF 

UCAS report: UK set for HE growth, shows factors in student decisions 

Students’ pick for top study abroad destination? Survey says… 

New Zealand 

Education Minister Chris Hipkins jets abroad to woo international students 

Vanessa hones in on her passion 

Tertiary institutions ready to welcome back international students 

International student market unlikely to recover quickly, agents warn 

When will SIT's international student numbers bounce back? 

Chinese students returning to China to become the main force of New Zealand enterprises, how many talent resources have we missed? 


New Zealand reopens its borders to exchange students and wants Brazilians 


Ambassador of New Zealand met with rector of the UCN 


New Zealand announced the reopening of its borders and launched a global outreach campaign for international education 

Chinese students more reluctant to study abroad post-COVID 

UK Private Schools Face Curbs On China Links In Beijing’s Education Crackdown 


Indian Kid Among 8 Students Redesigned Graduation Gowns for New Zealand Universities 

Indian child among 8 students redesigned graduation gown for New Zealand universities 

upGrad Abroad survey reveals 78% final year graduation students and 62% working professionals plan to study overseas 

‘Education quality, cost of living abroad among worries for desi students’ 

31% teachers in India not proficient in digital tools, 79% still undergoing training: survey 

48 foreign universities interested in UGC’s twinning initiative 

Latin America 

New study reveals COVID’s impact on region’s universities 


Rangsit University and University of Canterbury, New Zealand, co-developed a master's degree in business, graduation in 1 year 

United States 

A few observations from the NAFSA conference 

In Advance of New Zealand Borders Reopening, NZ Minister of Education Hipkins Champions Study-Abroad Opportunities in New Zealand 

Domestic pastoral care learnings in NZ schools 

Viet Nam 

New Zealand is open to international students from 1-8 

From Summer Camp programming in New Zealand 

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