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In a twist, Trump’s administration policies could deliver more Chinese tourists and students for Australia & New Zealand

Australia’s tourism and education providers may benefit from Chinese consumers holding a more negative view of the United States since the election of President Donald Trump, according to a new survey. 475 more words

United States

Free Webinar for Chinese students: UK Work visas - Monday 6 March 2017

Rob Liu from UK Immigration Experts Smith Stone Walters is holding a free webinar (in Mandarin) for Chinese students interested in working in the UK after studies on a Tier 2 or Tier 5 visa.  263 more words

12 Strategies for Building a Capacity for International Graduate Student Career Success

Growing or sustaining international student enrollment requires enhancing the student experience and supporting their success, according to the recent article titled “12 Strategies for Building a Capacity for International Graduate Student Career Success.” The article co-authored by… 775 more words

Career Success

International Students: Are you Dreading Class Participation?

“I hate class participation,” Naomi, an MBA student from Japan, blurted out during our conversation about her course selection. With frustration, she explained, “I do well in written exams and writing assignments, but I just don’t feel like speaking up in class. 879 more words

Career Success

The Road to Hell Was Paved with College Safe Spaces, by Michael Krieger

If snowflakes don’t want to hear people they don’t agree with, they should buy some earplugs. Instead, they DEMAND that such people be banned from their campus. 340 more words


Chinese students in the US are using "inclusion" and "diversity" to oppose a Dalai Lama graduation speech

Chinese students are joining their peers on American campuses and getting woke. Their cause? Defending the official line of the Communist Party.

On Feb. 2, the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) … 2,423 more words

Gerlyn’s 51Talk teacher story: To inspire and be inspired

Teachers should inspire, not impress.

That’s what I learned and believe in after being with 51Talk for a year now. My journey with 51Talk has been full of ups and downs, but I never regret choosing this field. 292 more words