CCG are delighted to announce that John Mountford has joined CCG as an Associate to support the continued development of the company’s offer in the Technical and Vocational Education Training sector. John has worked in the education sector for over 25 years, including working as an International Director in both the college and university sector; […]
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This is the question that many UK universities are wrestling with at the moment, the Government’s recent announcement that EU students will continue to be able to access the tuition loan for a further year has kicked the can a little further down the road.
As always, we thought you might be interested in seeing a selection of the opportunities we have shared with clients over the past few months, we have not shared the names of the universities and partners, however if any are of particular interest please let me know
Europe continues to be our busiest region, we have brought a number of new UK university clients on board, with our role being to help them to develop effective TNE partnerships in different parts of Europe.
Canada is fast becoming an international education powerhouse. It has now overtaken the UK as the most attractive English-speaking country for EU students,
We gave a selection of opportunities we have shared with clients over the past month or so, we have removed the names of the institutions, but if there are any which are of interest then please let me know and I can share further information.
Attached is a summary of some of the current opportunities we have on our books at the moment, the list is not exhaustive but gives an idea of the type of projects we are seeing at the moment.
This month we have asked our partner in Germany, David Scrimgeour, to give his overview of the German Higher Education market, as we believe there are some interesting opportunities for UK universities and colleges to explore.
The key trends we have picked up across many regions this month are varied.
The advantage of having local staff on the ground in around 30 markets round the globe is that we can pick up some useful information on how the education market is developing, and how we can support UK universities and colleges in getting involved in projects which will support that strategic direction. We have published some nuggets we picked up over the last few weeks.