Why India won’t be the next China

Posted by Neil Fitzroy on 19 Aug 2019

University strategy offices globally have long speculated over India’s potential to become the ‘next China’. With international students from India set to pass those from China as the largest cohort of international students in Australia and enrolling in record numbers in Canada, are we now at an inflection point? Will India develop into ‘China 2.0’, or continue to chart its own course?

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Topics: education agency strategy, education provider strategy

Top 10 countries for Australian international education 2018

Posted by Raphael Arias on 07 Jun 2018

 When I used to work in a big international multi-billion dollar bank. They always tried to be where the growth and wealth are.Markets that are growing have a lot of opportunities and is cheaper to be in.

But we are in international education, we are a small education agency. Does it really matter? Hell yes!

The math is simple: how much effort (and money) takes to get a new customer minus how much we get as revenue. If you spent less than you got as commission, you have a self sustaining agency.

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Topics: education agency strategy, education provider strategy

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