UCAM University, the educational model of excellence

UCAM University in Murcia, PRODIREKT Education Abroad at its Best

08–OCT–2022 | After our attendance at the prestigious ICEF Higher Education event in Barcelona, the representatives of PRODIREKT and the Verbalists Education & Language Network were privileged to be the guests of Universidad Catolica de Murcia (UCAM), one of the best private universities in Europe.

While on the two-day familiarization trip, our representative toured the two amazing campuses, met academic staff and got acquainted with the historic city center of Murcia as well as Cartagena.

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International students planning to study in Spain may soon find it easier to do so

Study in Spain, Academic Advising by PRODIREKT
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Studying in Spain may soon become more attractive for international students Verbalists Education Beyond Borders Podcast

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22-AUG-2022 | Study in Spain – The Spanish government wants to remedy some of the logistical challenges international students face while studying in Spain. Pending new legislation, the Spanish government intends to grant residence permits to foreign students for the duration of their studies and to extend work rights for one-to-two years after graduation.

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International students are facing a sharp increase in rental prices in Europe

European rental pricing for international students Verbalists Language Network

The latest research has shown that international students in Europe are faced with an average annual price increase of 14.5% across all rental property types, (12% for private rooms, 16.2% for studios, and 15.2% for apartments), exceeding the pre-pandemic rental prices in Europe in all segments.

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A sharp decline in USA and a surge in Canadian business schools applications by international students

A new study from the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) highlights the relative attractiveness of the business schools in leading study destinations. The framing of the study, Early Warning Signals: Winners and Losers in the Global Race for Talent, is very compelling. It looks at trends in international application volumes and related policy, but also takes a broader view in arguing that foreign enrollment trends in business schools are also an important indicator of how talent is moving around the world.

The report examines trends around business school admissions in a number of countries but highlights the situation in the US in particular. There it finds that READ MORE