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Higher Education: How to Decide Whether or Not to Attend an Overseas Study Abroad Exhibition

As International Student Recruitment Officers, every year we receive hundreds of invitations to study abroad or education exhibitions via email or even post. Attending all exhibitions is not possible, so how do we ensure we make the best decisions when adding these events to our yearly marketing schedule? 854 more words


Rising players in higher education: the countries to watch out for

A university education is a highly valued commodity in Asia. Australia has benefited from this in terms of the economic advantages international education has brought. 970 more words


Higher Education: Improving Your International Student Numbers From the Office in 5 Steps

Selecting a university is a life changing decision for all prospective students. Today, thanks to the Internet, prospective students have thousands of universities to choose from out of many different destinations. 1,468 more words


10 Questions You Need to Ask When Searching for a University Abroad

Studying abroad is an increasing trend around the world. Many students look for the chance to explore new experiences away from home. When I’m away at study abroad fairs I always make time to wander around and listen to what other universities have to say. 1,192 more words


Using Facebook for Student Recruitment (still...)

The eighteen year old kids looking for the right study might not all use Facebook as their primary social network of choice anymore, they still all have accounts and often use messenger and the check-in options of Facebook. 431 more words


Terrorists terrorizing student recruitment in higher education. What can we do?

“Universities rather than individually, must now act collectively”

Terrorism isn’t just about an attack happening in a specific place in a specific country. It does not end when the shooting or bombing ends.

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Sinan Hussein - Bio

Who am I?

Good Question! I’ll get straight into it then. My parents called me Sinan. I have 2 different surnames (long story, perhaps for another blog) but i prefer to use the one on my UK passport which is… 407 more words