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A data-based snapshot of the New Zealand international education sector to keep you updated on the health and recovery of the sector. As New Zealand's borders reopen the immediate priority is for international education providers to build back their onshore offerings and attract students back to Aotearoa. With ENZ and the sector focussing on student attraction the content in this issue is weighted toward data and analysis related to the competitiveness of a New Zealand education, and student interest in New Zealand.
A data-based snapshot of the New Zealand international education sector to keep you updated on the health and recovery of the sector. This fourth issue includes insights on:
The latest BELTA (the Brazilian Educational & Language Travel Association) Survey results from 2021 are in. The Survey measured the impact of COVID-19 on the international education sector for agents and students. In 2020, BELTA conducted the first survey on the impact of COVID-19 on the Brazilian international education sector. For the first time in 2021, it has extended its reach to all Latin American countries.
The Strategic Recovery Plan for International Education included funding to explore and develop a digital platform to deliver online learning. Rather than building a digital platform immediately, ENZ decided to explore and prototype two models first. This report outlines one of these prototypes: a pilot programme using a rented third-party platform with a global learner base of 15 million people.
A data-based snapshot of the New Zealand international education sector to help understand its state as the sector rebuilds and reshapes. It includes:
• Student enrolment and visa updates
• Perceptions of the New Zealand education brand and the value of international students
• Updates on work to support the diversification of international education
• And more…….
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.
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 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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A quarterly data-based snapshot of the New Zealand international education sector.