14 October 2013 at 9:00 am

Expert advice for schools

Education New Zealand has published seven case studies for schools interested in starting or further developing their international programmes.

The case studies provide expert advice for schools from leading international education practitioners within the school sector.

The case studies highlight key lessons from a primary, an intermediate and five secondary schools, from Auckland to Invercargill. The case studies explore a range of themes, including marketing, staffing models and capability, economics and financing, planning and processes, student experience, homestay and academic support, and overarching principles.

A summary of the key lessons from all the case studies has been compiled into the Top tips for international student programmes

The case studies are part of the growing range of ENZ products and services for schools. Other support includes the Strategic Roadmap programme, the International Education Growth Fund, school website review service, school reference group and Business Development Managers who can provide advice and support to help you grow your international business. More tools to support schools will be released in the coming months. To keep up with developments, subscribe to our E-news and keep an eye on our web site.

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