Monthly Archives: June 2015

Growth from Asia drives surge in U.S. international students

A Pew Research Center article notes that the U.S. international student population grew 72% from 1999 to 2013, according to the New York-based Institute of International Education, with nearly all the increase came from Asian countries. China was the single biggest more »

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International students dominate STEM degrees from US Universities

A new Pew Research Center analysis of degrees granted by American colleges and universities shows that international students earn more than half of the advanced degrees in many science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. At the baccalaureate level, international students more »

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Myanmar Business Development Manager

My client, a leading multinational packaging company, is seeking a business development manager who can look after their existing customers in Myanmar, find new potential customers and keep an eye on the local market for new sales opportunities as the more »

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India tech/eCommerce/mobile “is like the late 1990s in the U.S.”

In a Bloomberg article entitled “America’s Unwanted Ivy Leaguers Are Flocking to India,” Kunal Bahl, the CEO of Snapdeal, said that for anyone now interested in programming or eCommerce or mobile-device apps, India “is like the late 1990s in the more »

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Why the rarefied world of UK boarding schools appeals to parents around the world

The Financial Times has an extensive special report about why UK boarding schools continue to appeal to parents around the world. As emerging markets have matured, British boarding schools have gone from being the preserve of the wealthy elite in more »

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