This platform will help expand connections between the UK and its international partners. We hope the service will connect the world with the UK through the development of strategic partnerships, policy innovation and the generation of new knowledge.
(PRWEB) May 24, 2011
The British Council will introduce EDUCATION INTELLIGENCE, a new global service devoted to international higher education, to the North American market at the NAFSA 2011 Annual Conference, to be held in Vancouver, BC, Canada, from May 29-June 3, 2011.
This market intelligence service provides research and analysis about international higher education trends to education institutions, policymakers and individuals in the academic community.
Accurate and reliable market intelligence is essential in locating effective partnerships and creating solid collaborations. Education providers need to know trends in student mobility flows and current national policies to make strategic decisions. EDUCATION INTELLIGENCE is designed to help academic institutions navigate the shifting global landscape via information about student mobility trends and decision-making, global partnerships and country-specific international education environments.
“This platform will help expand connections between the UK and its international partners,” says Jazreel Goh, head of business development, Education Intelligence Team, British Council. “We hope the service will connect the world with the UK through the development of strategic partnerships, policy innovation and the generation of new knowledge.”
EDUCATION INTELLIGENCE has four product lines available for purchase on its website:
Get a handle on the economic, demographic and education issues of a given country in a clear, complete report.
STUDENTS IN MOTION
Pinpoint trends that can indicate future movement of students from one country to another.
Discover what influences decision-making, from parents to personal aspirations to scholarships, in country-specific reports.
Three aspects of internationalization -- student mobility, academic and research collaboration, and national policies – are examined.
In addition, Dr. Janet Ilieva, Head of Research for EDUCATION INTELLIGENCE, and research manager Elizabeth Shepherd will both be presenting at the NAFSA conference. Information regarding EDUCATION INTELLIGENCE will be available at booths 1711 and 1713.
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For media inquiries, please contact Anna Esaki-Smith at anna.esaki-smith(at)britishcouncil(dot)org(dot)hk
All other queries, please contact Jazreel Goh at jazreel.goh(at)britishcouncil(dot)org(dot)cn
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