The Week in 100 Words: English requirements to be effected due to New Zealand visa rejection rates and EC English opens new school in Saudi Arabia
Bringing you the weeks’ International Education news affecting Study Abroad and Education Agencies around the world in around one hundred words
26th February – 4th March 2018
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Details have been published by Immigration New Zealand showing students visa rejection rates for spending markets across the globe. 2017 saw rejection rates of 20% and above in Vietnam, India and Nepal. The rejection rate data is used to show the options students have to demonstrate that they are proficient enough in speaking the English language to carry out their programmes successfully.
EC English Language Centres has recently opened a new school in Riyagh, Saudi Arabia. It is hoped that the school will help students who are unable to enrol in courses abroad, by providing them with English language programs.