Educators and agents speak their mind about how they see the education industry in the months ahead

Educators, agents, and service providers are planning for a number of scenarios into 2021, but ICEF wanted to take a closer look at how everyone is preparing for the upcoming student intakes between now and September. For example, when and how will visa services be restored for major study destinations? What about travel restrictions? Can we expect international flight schedules to pick up as restrictions ease off?

And what will teaching and learning look like in the months ahead? Some language schools are resuming in-person instruction this month. But can students expect to return to college campuses or will instruction largely remain online?

ICEF Exchange podcast | How are educators and agents preparing for the next student intake?
How are educators and agents preparing for the next student intake? Join Craig Riggs (ICEF Monitor), Eddie West (San Diego State University), Umang Gandecha (Londonist DMC – Student Accommodation Agency), and Soheyl Ahmadi (TKDanesh Education Agency) as they discuss this in the ICEF Monitor’s podcast.


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