For St Patrick's Day, Dublin International Study Centre's Welfare Officer details why celebrating cultural moments can help to reduce homesickness for international students.
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Study Group and Florida Atlantic University expand partnership to recruit graduate students directly into the College of Business
Study Group will support students into a wider range of postgraduate degrees with strong employability focus at Florida Atlantic University as growing partnership achieves success.
"Hong Kong is famously a city of ports and harbours, a gateway city for the world... perhaps the most important global goods are not carried on container ships but is the exchange of information and ideas."
Read our CEO's thoughts on how the history of Hong Kong continues to connect the great city and the UK.
Our Global Director of curriculum has penned an article detailing how encouraging women into stem education and careers can narrow the gender pay gap, and how our students are already changing perceptions of who a scientist can be.
Partnership spotlight: 10 years of building diverse international student communities with Leeds Beckett University and the University of Leeds
Celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, the Leeds International Study Centre is a partnership that unites Study Group with Leeds Beckett University and the University of Leeds around the shared goal of increasing international student participation and success in global education.
Read our CEO's thoughts on international education being a "powerful force for good" and a key solution to solving global challenges.
International education providers Study Group and Navitas today announce they have signed an agreement for Navitas to acquire Study Group's interests in Taylors College Sydney, Taylors College Auckland, and the University of Waikato College.
The University of Surrey has renewed its partnership with Study Group to support its international engagement strategy through the recruitment, admission, teaching and support of international students in preparation for progression to study at the University of Surrey.
The new role reflects our investment in future development and understanding of global trends
To mark the international day, we spoke with some of the inspirational women and students we work with who are driving the change.
In 2022 the population of the world passed eight billion people. In 2023, India will overtake China as the highest population nation on earth. By the time today’s Indian students are the same age, the global population is expected to be nine billion and rising.
Free STEM programme, administered by insendi partner We Speak Science, now open to disadvantaged students globally
insendi, a Study Group company, will provide the digital learning platform for the programme
Study Group will continue to manage the University’s international higher education pathway provision through the Dublin International Study Centre