According to Kim Reid, Principal Analyst at Eduventures, “The main decision point for most students worldwide is affordability and recommendations about affordability are relevant to all regions."
Boston, Massachusetts (PRWEB) December 09, 2015
Eduventures, Inc., the leading research and advisory firm that is focused exclusively on analyzing the forces that are transforming higher education, today announced findings from the Eduventures International Admitted Student Survey. This survey, in partnership with CollegeWeekLive, provides detail on the important differences across eight regions of the world: North Africa and the Middle East, Sub-Sahara Africa, South and Central Asia, Asia and Pacific, Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Canada.
Setting the Right Expectations for International Students
Each country profiled in this study exists in its own specific economic and educational environment and deserves its own attention. This report provides enrollment managers with a regional viewpoint on recruiting and yielding international students.
According to Kim Reid, Principal Analyst at Eduventures, “The main decision point for most students worldwide is affordability and recommendations about affordability are relevant to all regions. But students do differ in many important ways that are useful for international recruiters to understand as they manage their recruiting regions.”
A sample of recommendations outlined in this report includes:
- Transparency with regard to affordability
- Setting realistic expectations about financial aid
- Understanding a complicated visa process
- The use of technology to engage international students
- Pathways to graduate education and the realities of the international student employment market.
Eduventures is the leading research and advisory firm that is focused exclusively on analyzing the forces that are transforming higher education. Building on twenty years of success in working with education leaders, Eduventures provides forward-looking and actionable research based on proprietary market data, and advisory services that support both strategic and operational decision-making. Our recommendations and personalized support enable clients to understand the top traits of leaders in critical disciplines and to evaluate the opportunities presented by new technologies. For more information about Eduventures research, practice areas, and team, visit us at http://www.eduventures.com.
Members of the media who wish to speak to the author of this research can contact Ellen Slaby, Vice President of Marketing at eslaby(at)eduventures(dot)com.