Wednesday, 18 January 2017

12% Growth in International education sector in Australia


The latest data release from the Australian Department of Education and Training (DET) reveals that the country’s international education sector is tracking toward another year of strong growth for 2016.
The department reports that year-to-date October 2016, total international enrolments are up 12%, compared to the same period for 2015, and that commencements have increased by 11%.
As is always the case with DET data, there is a necessary caution here in that the statistics are tracking total course enrolments based on reporting from institutions and also from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP). This method results in an enrolment count that is considerably higher than the actual head count or FTE enrolments for a given period.
As DET explains: “International student enrolment data generally does not represent the number of overseas students in Australia or the number of student visas issued in different countries. Instead data counts actual course enrolments. The exception is the data at the beginning of a month which represents a close approximation to the number of students enrolled on that day.” This approach gives rise to cases where students could be counted more than once if, for example, they enroll twice during the same reporting period (e.g., in an English language programme initially and then a degree programme after).
Keeping in mind the department’s suggestion that start-of-month enrolment values provide a closer approximation of actual student numbers, the following chart tracks total enrolments, commencements, and start-of-month numbers through October 2016.
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Foreign enrolment in Australian education, all sectors, year-to-date October 2016. Source: Australian Department of Education and Training
DET reports that all education sectors have seen growth through October 2016, particularly higher education institutions (+13%) and vocational programmes (+12%) – which together accounted for 70% of all international enrolment YTD October 2016.
More broadly, all sectors have seen growth from 2013 on, and total enrolment in Australia has grown by 36% YTD October 2016 compared to the same period four years earlier.
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Australian enrolment growth by education sector (and total), YTD October 2013 to YTD October 2016. Source: Australian Department of Education and Training

Sending countries

As the following chart illustrates, roughly three in four foreign students in Australia come from Asia.
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Proportion of YTD October 2016 enrolment by world region. Source: Australian Department of Education and Training
Not surprisingly, nine of Australia’s top ten sending markets are also found in Asia, Brazil being the one exception. And those top ten countries accounted for nearly seven in ten international students in Australia in 2016.
China is far and away the largest sender with 28% of all enrolments YTD October 2016. Taking a broader view, the fastest-growing markets over the four years from from 2013 to 2016 were India (+63%), Brazil (+65), and Nepal (+58).





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Friday, 28 October 2016

Things You Must Not Forget When Applying for foreign Ed

Things You Must Not Forget When Applying for foreign Education

1. Submit your application before the deadline

Waiting until the last minute to submit an application is never a good idea. Make sure the admissions folder is completed well before the admissions deadline. Admissions staff are intrinsically well-organized and detailed-oriented. They will appreciate the care and concern which you have shown to complete the file as soon as you can. After all, they can only begin their review process once the file is complete. If a school does not have a fixed admissions deadline but instead uses rolling admissions, the same rules of the road apply. Submit your application and all the supporting materials as soon as possible.

2.Give recommendation forms to your teachers early.

Don't hand the teacher recommendation forms to the teachers the week before they are due. That's discourteous, to say the least. Don't forget to put a stamp on all the return envelopes. Teachers will appreciate your thoughtfulness. Recommendation forms take time and care to complete. Give your teachers as much time as you possibly can to accomplish this task.

3.Schedule testing a month or more before the deadlines.

While you can schedule testing at the last minute and in some cases even do walk-ins, last minute test registration is not recommended unless you have no other alternatives.

4.Apply for financial aid well in advance.

Waiting to the last minute to do anything is never a good idea. The financial aid decisions are made separately from admissions. Because there is a limited pool of funds for financial aid, you need to adhere to all the deadlines scrupulously or risk having your financial aid request turned down.

5.Schedule the school visits early.

By the time schools go back in during the month of September you only have a scant two months until Thanksgiving. Time becomes a precious commodity in admissions offices towards the end of the calendar year. Be smart and prepared to get your school visits over as soon as you can., preferably over the summer. You won't feel as rushed. The admissions staff might have a bit more time for you. It's a much more pleasant experience.

6.Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.

You may have your sights set on Exeter. But the fact of the matter is that admissions at Exeter are extremely competitive. That fine old boarding school receives many more applicants than it can take. That is why it is so important to develop a list of schools spanning three categories: 

1) the schools which are a reach because they are very selective;

2) the schools which you are confident will accept you;

3) the safe schools which you know will offer you a place.

4)Quite candidly, safe schools often are the hidden treasures in the private school world.

5)They have everything you could want in a boarding school. 

6)All they lack is that the name recognition which the top ten boarding schools have.

7)If you are an international student, plan the visa application process carefully. Applying to an American boarding school takes plenty of lead time for international students. There are dozens of details which are not a part of the standard boarding school application process. That's because the U.S. Government will require you to have a student visa for entry into the United States. You can't apply for a student visa until you apply to a boarding school. Then the school will give you a Form I-20 which allows you to apply for a visa

Saturday, 15 October 2016

Earn the Highest Salaries with Top 10 Majors

Earning a degree in science, technology, engineering and math, known as the STEM fields is a good way to earn a higher salary after graduating from college – especially with engineering specialties.
"The money doesn't hurt," says Jennifer Stewart, 22, who graduated with a degree in petroleum engineering last year from Texas A&M University—College Station. "One of the great things about petroleum engineering is you can get your bachelor's and immediately start working at a high salary."
Those majoring in petroleum engineering earn the highest midcareer salary at $136,000 annually, according to the report "Economic Value of College Majors" released by Georgetown University's Center on Education and the Workforce.
Economists say that pay in the STEM fields keeps growing while salaries in teaching and social services careers remain stagnant.
The typical college grad will make around $33,000 for an early career salary, and that increases to around $61,000 over time for a bachelor's degree holder, according to the report.

"For earning a higher salary, you want to be tied to the lifeblood of the economy, which is still oil. And the other one is to be connected to money, which is Wall Street," says Anthony Carnevale, the center's director.
Here are the center's top 10 majors for nabbing a higher salary.


Engineering majors: The unemployment rate for engineers and scientists is relatively lower than other fields at 3.8 percent, compared with 8.1 percent for the general population, according to the National Science Foundation, which tracks science and engineering employment.
"You have a limited supply who graduate in these majors – they're very tough programs and they weed a lot of people out," says Katie Bardaro, lead economist at PayScale, an online salary and compensation information company.
Engineering concentrations such as petroleum, chemistry or mining also pay well because these fields are tied to technology and play a crucial role in the economy, Carnevale says.
Experts say these fields are so specialized, the earning power starts with a bachelor's degree and a graduate degree isn't needed unless it's to pursue another career path such as teaching at a university.
"There are certain fields – especially in engineering – where the bachelor's degree does you very well," Carnevale says. "The add-on is there for the graduate degree, but it's not as a big a difference."

Computer science: A degree in computer engineering earns less now than before the Great Recession, experts say.
According to data collected by the center, the midcareer annual salary for a college grad has fallen by 11 percent in recent years, from $98,000 to $87,000.
"There are more people who major in computer sciences than in those heavily in-demand engineering fields," Bardaro says.
Economists say there is also a wider spread among salaries for grads who major in computer science.
The typical annual salary for a software architect is around $117,000, compared with a front-end developer, who makes around $89,000, according to Indeed, an employment-related search engine.
Despite a dip in wages, the demand for graduates with majors in computer science and engineering remains strong, experts say.
"We're continuing to see growing demand for highly skilled employees with a background in any of the computer science and engineering disciplines," says Terence Chiu, vice president at Indeed.
Other degrees: Only 20 percent of the college workforce majored in a STEM field such as engineering or mathematics, the center finds in its 2015 report.
"The takeaway shouldn't be 'Everyone choose a STEM major' because that's not reality for everyone," says Bardaro.
The most popular major in college is a business degree, according to the Department of Education.
But wages for this major vary widely, ranging from $43,000 to $98,000 annually, the 2015 report finds. 
Bardaro says the disparity in earnings for a business major varies based on the specialty. A college graduate studying finance is likely to earn more than a business management major because it requires analysis and mathematics.
Students not interested in a STEM field should consider taking a class in entry-level statistics or economics to boost analytical skills and appeal to the skill-gap shortage in the job market, Bardaro says.
College degrees that remain at the bottom of salary reports, she says, are usually majors that bring a societal benefit, such as education, religious studies or parks and recreation.
"If these are fields where you're interested, make sure that you don't go to an expensive private school. Go to an in-state public school, so the undue debt burden is lower," Bardaro says.
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Friday, 3 June 2016

Achieve Dream Career in Dream Destination Mauritius with Hospitality & Tourism Management Programmes


Mauritius, known officially as the Republic of Mauritius, is an island nation located off the coast of the The South West of Mauritius African continent in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is a volcanic island of lagoons and palm-fringed beaches with coral reefs surrounding most of the coastline.
Achieve Dream Career in Dream Destination with Hospitality & Tourism Management Programmes (QCF)

INTERNSHIP WHILE STUDYING;

In year one student will be doing their CTH Level 4 will have  2 months of internship in a 4-5 star hotel in Mauritius to get used to the real work environment of the hotel. It will include only uniform and duty meal.

Internship is a part of the programme and it’s only for getting real work experience while studying not be for earning motive.

POST STUDY BENEFITS

There will be placement assistance from our end to India and other countries. However, the placement will be for the students with minimum 85% of attendance and 1st division mark in the academics.

The students will be eligible to work in their specialized field anywhere in the world by applying to the suitable opening.

They can even have option to do higher studies in their respective area from our partnered colleges and universities in  Newzealand,UK and Australia to further complete their Degrees.

This is to conform that Mauritius Government has introduce 20 hours per week part time work permit for the International Students.

Entry Criteria:

  • 12th Pass students with minimum 45%
  • Gap acceptable for Maximum 3 years.
  • NO IELTS Required.



CTH    Level  4    Diploma in Hospitality  Management (QCF)               USD 4000
             

CTH     Level 4      Diploma in Tourism Management(QCF)                   USD 4000

CTH     Level 5      Diploma in Hospitality Management(QCF)               USD 5000

CTH     Level 5      Diploma in Tourism Management(QCF)                   USD 5000

CTH      Level 6      Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality                        USD 5000
                                Management(QCF)
CTH      Level 7      Postgraduate Diploma in Hospitality and                USD 5000
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Monday, 23 May 2016

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Friday, 20 May 2016

New rules made easy to study and work in EUROPE

New rules to attract more international student @ #EU ...Good News 
Harmonised #EUentry and residence rules to make it easier and more attractive for people from third countries to #study or do #research at #EUuniversities were approved by Parliament on Wednesday. The new rules clarify and improve conditions for non-EU interns, volunteers, school pupils and au pairs.

The new rules merge two existing directives (one on students and one on researchers) to ensure that:

students and researchers may stay at least nine months after finishing their studies or research in order to look for a job or to set up a business, which should also ensure that Europe benefits from their skills,
students and researchers may move more easily within the EU during their stay. In future, they will not need to file a new visa application, but only to notify the member state to which they are moving, for example to do a one-semester exchange. #Researchers will also be able to move for longer periods than those currently allowed,
#researchers have the right to bring their family members with them and these family members are entitled to work during their stay in #Europe, and
students have the right to work at least 15 hours a week.

"EU recognizes the value of attracting highly skilled people to come here and to entice them to stay by creating a harmonized #European system applicable in all member states"
New rules to attract more international student @ #EU ...Good News
Harmonised #EUentry and residence rules to make it easier and more attractive for people from third countries to #study or do #research at #EUuniversities were approved by Parliament on Wednesday. The new rules clarify and improve conditions for non-EU interns, volunteers, school pupils and au pairs.

The new rules merge two existing directives (one on students and one on researchers) to ensure that:

students and researchers may stay at least nine months after finishing their studies or research in order to look for a job or to set up a business, which should also ensure that Europe benefits from their skills,
students and researchers may move more easily within the EU during their stay. In future, they will not need to file a new visa application, but only to notify the member state to which they are moving, for example to do a one-semester exchange. #Researchers will also be able to move for longer periods than those currently allowed,
#researchers have the right to bring their family members with them and these family members are entitled to work during their stay in #Europe, and
students have the right to work at least 15 hours a week.

"EU recognizes the value of attracting highly skilled people to come here and to entice them to stay by creating a harmonized #European system applicable in all member states"

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