Top 3 Student Recruitment Tips for International Residencies

Top 3 Student Recruitment Tips for International Residencies

Faculty-led study abroad trips are ever-popular for the chance they give students to grow their networks, expand their knowledge and develop their resumes. But with so many competing options, it’s important for faculty and administrators to understand the art – and the science – of attracting student enrolments. Two decades of experience supporting faculty and program …

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Top 5 Rising Stars of Europe

Top 5 Rising Stars of Europe

Almost 30 years on from the collapse of the Berlin Wall, these former Communist countries are busy reinventing themselves and creating a new position for themselves in a global economy. Familiar with the concept of ‘fake news’, propaganda and espionage, these relatively young democracies are using the lessons of the past to design a new …

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The Best Combination Trips in South America

The Best Combination Trips in South America

South America is one of the world’s most rapidly growing and intriguing regions. Travel to these tantalizing combinations and discover why the continent is a must visit for future business leaders. Learn how resilience and adaptability are key attributes when conducting business in a volatile, yet beautiful climate. 1. BUENOS AIRES (ARGENTINA) + SANTIAGO (CHILE) …

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Top 5 Destinations Under US $2,000

Top 5 Destinations Under US $2,000

Exciting, inspiring, network-enhancing programs can be highly affordable. Travel to these incredible countries and we will guide you to the best companies, speakers and accommodation for you. Discover our favourite best-value destinations and #learnmore from our experienced Program Managers about the countries they love. You may also like 8 Asian destinations that fascinate us 1. …

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Industry Focus: Cybersecurity Study Tour in Prague

Industry Focus: Cybersecurity Study Tour in Prague

Just weeks before the Cambridge Analytica scandal, ISP’ers and students from Marymount University engaged in a week-long experience in Prague, examining areas of AI, strategic risk management and user protection. Prague may be a surprising destination in which to examine this theme, but when you consider Czech antivirus company Avast is about to IPO in …

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Contrasting Cities in Combination

Contrasting Cities in Combination

We’ve identified our top 3 program combinations designed to surprise, intrigue and enhance global perspectives Combining two vastly different destinations is one of the ways we make our international study programs so impactful for students. They can see the extreme cultural, political and economic variances, and gain a greater sense of how global strategies are implemented …

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The Silibona Story – Changing Lives Through Education in South Africa

The Silibona Story – Changing Lives Through Education in South Africa

“Whenever I go back to South Africa I meet with the people who are really trying to make a difference. Whether it is one person’s life, an environmental issue or a social challenge, everyone feels like they are trying to develop and move their country forward. For me, it is so inspiring.”  – Nela Forejtova, Head …

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8 Asian Destinations That Fascinate Us (And Why They Should Fascinate You)

8 Asian Destinations That Fascinate Us (And Why They Should Fascinate You)

ASIA – Where tradition meets the future Through our extensive excursions across Asia, we’ve narrowed down the top eight destinations to visit this year, as recommended by our clients and program managers. 1 – China China does not stop captivating us. The combination of cut-throat capitalism and drive for innovation makes for an ever-changing economic landscape …

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Embracing The Millennial Revolution

Embracing The Millennial Revolution

When we organized an internal workshop to discuss Generations X, Y, Z in the Workplace, we did not expect to ignite a revolution. The whole event went completely wrong… or did it? The aim was to look at different needs of each generation and potentially adapt our program design to be more aligned for each …

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‘Students as Customers’ & Safe Spaces – What’s Happening to Higher Education?

‘Students as Customers’ & Safe Spaces – What’s Happening to Higher Education?

Written by Geoff Fisher I recently saw an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal by the new US Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, titled “Treating Students as Customers”, and while I have many questions about life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness and the like, this triggered questions that have been continually popping into my mind lately …

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