This presentation shares information about the main trends and changes in Russian student mobility within the past several years, based on ongoing research studies undertaken by the Association of …
This presentation shares information about the main trends and changes in Russian student mobility within the past several years, based on ongoing research studies undertaken by the Association of Russian Education Advisors (AREA). Useful statistics are included, such as the number of students going abroad each year and which programmes and courses are in high demand. Another part of the presentation is devoted to the current structure of the agent sector of the international education market in Russia, its peculiarities and successful techniques used by agents to facilitate the marketing efforts of their partner educational institutions.
Insight Lingua is one of Russia's leading education abroad agencies and its reach is impressive, with a network of ~500 sub-agencies throughout Russia and other countries of the former USSR. ICEF Monitor had a chance to sit down with Managing Director Anastassia Romanenko recently to discuss current trends in the Russian market, the types of courses are Russian students looking for, as well as best practices for managing a large sub-agent network.
For the accompanying article ''Best practices for managing a sub-agent network in Russia'' and exclusive video interview, please see: http://bit.ly/OZqkcQ.
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