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Check out ENZ's communications toolkit that helps you tell stories about the benefits of international education to New Zealanders. The significant impacts of COVID-19 mean international education needs increased public support to rebuild and recover, so it can help our country to do the same. By using unified messaging and telling shared stories, we can create a new international education story that captures the hearts and minds of the New Zealand public.
IEAA and ENZ commissioned research to better understand domestic students’ sentiments towards international students during the pandemic. This study explores the extent to which domestic students were aware of the challenges facing international students, the extent to which they provided support to international students, and whether their sentiments towards international students have shifted through the COVID-19 crisis.
A regular data-based publication providing a snapshot of the international education sector in New Zealand, while we rebuild and reshape in the new world.
This infographic shows the number of high school students transitioning to tertiary study by region, sub-sector, citizenship and course of study between 2015-2019.
This literature review looks at best practices that support international students to transition from high school to tertiary in Australia, Canada, the US, the UK and Ireland.
This report provides fresh insights into what New Zealanders know, think and feel about international education in a COVID environment. The findings show half of New Zealanders are poised to become active supporters of international education if they see and hear more stories about the broad benefits of international education.
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This infographic presents the estimated economic contribution of international students who enrolled to study in New Zealand in 2019.