Today’s ICEF Monitor highlights three stories related to the demand for ESL programming in Latin American markets–and they are not the “usual” markets that we are accustomed to hearing about.
Tag Archives: IEP
After two years of discussion (and anxiety!) over the fate of an institution’s ability to issue conditional offers of admission to international students, on July 13, 2016, the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) has issued its final guidance on Conditional Admission.Read more
Partnerships with agents are among the more controversial student recruitment strategies in International Education. Between 2011 and 2013, the discussion heated up due to proposed recommendations by NACAC related to whether schools should be paying commissions to agents; however, since NACAC clarified its position on the issue in 2013 and 2014, it seemed that American universities would take the opportunity to enter into these types of relationships. Bridge Education Group and Student-Marketing Youth Travel Consultancy released a survey in 2016 to attempt to estimate the pace of adoption of these partnerships among American HEIs. This post provides some background on the issue, as well as links to the research and a brief discussion of some of its key findings.Read more
It was great to be back at the NAFSA Annual Conference again after last year’s maternity leave-related hiatus. Familiar faces, fantastic sessions, great connections–there are so many reasons to love this conference! Here are a few of the aspects of the conference that I enjoyed the most this year.Read more
It has been announced that Cheryl Delk-Le Good has been named the Executive Director of EnglishUSA, the American Association of Intensive English Programs. She will assume responsibility of the association on August 17, 2015. You can click here to read the full press release EnglishUSA is an organization that serves and supports Intensive English Programs (IEPs) in the United States.Read more