The Week in 100 Words: More students working with agents, Malaga prepares to host int’l ed week and survey reveals trends in English proficiency
Bringing you the weeks’ International Education news affecting Study Abroad and Education Agencies around the world in around one hundred words
13th – 19th November 2017
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Recent research indicates a growth in the number of parents and students seeking the aid of agents. It is believed that the requested extra support and advice from the agents is linked to the young age of students hoping to study abroad.
This coming January, teachers, academics, consultants and international educators in Malaga are preparing to promote the Spanish province’s reputation for language tourism.
Earlier this month the 7th EF English Proficiency Index (IPE) was released. The EPI has ranked non-native-speaking countries from across the globe in English proficiency. More than a million language tests have been completed, making this year’s sample the largest ever.