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    Using empirical evidence and data solutions to support international education strategies at nziec 2012 Using empirical evidence and data solutions to support international education strategies at nziec 2012 Presentation Transcript

    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012Using empirical evidence and datasolutions to support internationaleducation strategiesZainab MalikEducation IntelligenceNew Zealand InternationalEducation Conference2 November 2012© 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission
    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012 The global outlook© 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission
    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012 The importance of data ‘the ability to take data – to be able to understand it, to process it, to extract value from it, to visualise it, to communicate it – that is going to be a hugely important skill in the next decades’, Hal Varian, Google, Chief Economist© 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission
    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012 Outbound mobile students by origin market (2009, 000s) Other shortlisted countries, 403 China, 568 Mexico, 31 Romania, 31 UK, 32 Brazil, 32 Nigeria, 34 Saudi Arabia, 34 Hong Kong, 34 Greece, 35 India, 211 Pakistan, 37 Indonesia, 39 Uzbekistan, 39 Poland, 40 Iran, 44 South Korea, 127 Belarus, 44 Ukraine, 45 Germany, 105 Canada, 46 Japan, 47 Turkey, 72 Vietnam, 50 Italy, 54 France, 68 Morocco, 54 Kazakhstan, 67 US, 55 Source: UNECO, Malaysia, 58 Russia, 62 OECD, Oxford Economics© 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission
    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012 INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012 New Zealand: Changes in international enrolments (2006 to 2010)vv Source: Ministry of Education New Zealand 2011 © 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission
    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012 Spotlight on China© 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission
    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012 INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012 Sustainable growth in an international student market is dependent on two drivers:vv 1. The number of people of relevant age 2. The proportion of that population that can afford higher education © 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission
    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012 INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012 The outlook for China? • Population of 18 to 22-year olds will decline • GDP growth will slow, but not become negativevv The impact on international education strategies? • Strategy needs to focus on market diversification • China should not be sole source country; real risk associated with this strategy © 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission
    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012 Spotlight on New Zealand© 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission
    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012 Student mobility in tertiary education (OECD)© 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission
    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012 International student trends in New Zealand© 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission
    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012 Student views© 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission
    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012 Using PRIMARY data Quantitative survey and qualitative interview data© 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission
    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012 INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012 Student Insightvv - Time series since February 2007 – over 5 years - Collected over 160,000 responses - How? … British Council network, strategic local partners - No destination country bias, global coverage - Depth of data – city level © 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission
    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012 Top 5 factors when choosing an institution in New Zealand 1. Career prospects 2. Quality of the course 3. Institution reputation 4. It offers scholarships 5. Low tuition fees© 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission
    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012Qualitative…adding a personal dimension • Gives you confidence when discussing quantitative data • Real insight behind numbers • Depth • Value • Significance© 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission
    • EDUCATION NZIEC 2012INTELLIGENCE 02/11/2012 Thank you! If you are interested in our research, please visit www.britishcouncil.org/educationintelligence© 2012 British Council. All rights reserved. This document may not be amended, copied or distributed without express written permission