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Welcome to The PIE Weekly,

This week has marked the start of August which, in the London media bubble at least, is known as 'silly season' because, with lawmakers on holiday, the news often takes a turn for the absurd. 

In our sector, however, it's a time for rest and recuperation – or some of the busiest weeks of the year, with language learning and summer schools benefitting from traditional school holidays. 

We're not going anywhere though, so keep sending us all your news, and keep checking out the website for your daily dose of international education business intelligence. 

This week we brought you news of a scheme to help refugees arriving in Europe have their qualifications recognised using "state-of-the-art recognition methodology". 

We also Chat about all things in study abroad safety, and the challenges of working in a global market, with the founders of Terra Dotta

But in less positive news, we also brought you updates on how the Indian media has reacted to student shootings in the US, with some commentators going as far to refer to a slain victim of gun violence a "martyr to racism in America". Could this view drive more students away from the US in the future? 

However I will leave you with good news! 'Ohbot' is a device aiming to revolutionise how students learn about the digital world. After humble beginnings, it will now be rolled out in classrooms globally

Happy reading, 

Patrick Atack
Deputy Editor 



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Growth has slowed significantly for international graduates on OPT programs in the US after 2017 record high, Pew Research Center has said.

International students in the US could soon be paying more for their visas after the Homeland Security revealed a proposal to adjust fees.

International students in Australia are increasingly accepting informal accommodation arrangements, leading to calls for more institutional help.

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An association of 20 British universities has called on the government to introduce “fee reciprocity” for EU students once the UK leaves the EU.


LAL Language Centres has extended its cooperation with Shenzhen Meten to deliver CELTA training to Meten’s teachers in China.


QMUL and the Panthéon-Sorbonne University have launched a program to give future lawyers the opportunity to study in London and Paris.


National recognition offices in nine countries are involved in the second phase of the Council of Europe's 'European Qualifications Passport for Refugees'.


A new guide to help ELICOS providers identify students with mental health concerns and provide assistance has been released by English Australia.


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A recent survey of powerful global businesses concluded that 32 per cent of global CEOs studied abroad. Stakeholders in the industry have argued that a global education helps achieve success, but what about famous faces from beyond the business sphere? 


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How technology is helping to educate Syrian refugees

“Articulating your level of education is tricky if you move country, let alone if you haven’t brought proof of learning”

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