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How's Life? Measuring Well-being

How’s Life? is part of the OECD Better Life Initiative, which features a range of studies and analysis about people’s well-being and how to measure it, and includes the interactive Better Life Index website.


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International Student Mobility to Canada: A Surge? Or Something Else?

Nowadays Canada is the seventh leading destination for international students. Recently, the interest in Canadian university has grown against the background of Brexit in the UK and election of Donald Trump. Nevertheless, there are some inconsistent policies and practices, e.g. those related to visa and immigration, that have a contradictory effect on international students’ ability to pursue education in Canada. Read more about enrollment trends going back to 2002 and insights for enrollment managers at institutions in other countries, who are seeking to support both international students a

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Vietnam: Southeast Asia’s Most Dynamic Outbound Market

Over the last years, Vietnam has become one of major sources of outbound students for such countries as the U.S., Canada, and Japan. The Vietnam’s status of the most dynamic outbound market in Southeast Asia makes it a worthwhile investment in terms of student recruitment. Let’s look at some cultural, social, economic and academic factors pushing Vietnamese students to leave home and pursue their studies abroad.
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Open data on universities – New fuel for transformation

Pros and cons of the proliferation of open data on South African universities have long been the subject of ongoing debates. What are benefits of open data for education and science? What is ‘open washing’? What role does the Centre for Higher Education Trust play in open data handling and what indicators does it use to sort the data? How can this data be used to evaluate universities? Read the analysis to find out.

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Nearly 4 in 10 universities report drops in international student applications

There has been a significant drop in applications from international students, according to a survey covering more than 250 American universities and colleges. A decline in the total number of international applications has been observed at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. What factors have contributed to such a drop? What countries have been affected most and why? What can be the outcome of a decrease in foreign student population in the US? Read more.

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Recruiting International Students in Turkey: A Look at an Up-and-Coming Market

With one of the fastest growing economies in the world, Turkey has become an international student recruitment market of serious consideration. In order to effectively target Turkish prospective students, recruiters should consider current trends in data and statistics and use key insights into Turkish education and students’ preferences.

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Leading universities in China

Leading universities in China as of 2016-2017 as ranked by Times Higher Education
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