UK NARIC and ASIC announce International Student Recruitment Seminar
ASIC are proud to announce the first Joint conference by UK Naric and ASIC in Malaysia.
Topics that will be covered include:
- Compliant International Student Recruitment
- Combating Education Fraud
- ASEAN 2015
- Evaluating International Qualifications
- World University Rankings
- Effective Marketing in the Digital Age
ASIC will also be giving a presentation on the importance of independent external accreditation and audit and how this can not only help with your SETARA and MyQuest audits but can actually help in the recruitment of both home and international students.
For more information and to book a place at the conference please click on the following link Brochure and Booking Form
New ASIC Newsletter available to download now
The new ASIC Newsletter is now available to view online or download in PDF format. In this issue ASIC provides information about:
- its attendance at the recent Council for Higher Education (CHEA) annual conference and the inaugural meeting of the CHEA Quality Group in Washington DC,
- its new Asian offices and training centres,
- its new international partnership with the Institute of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship (IOEE),
- the benefits of maintaining ASIC accreditation,
- the Rose Education Foundations ‘Thai 12’ visit to two projects it supports in Thailand.
We would also like to welcome a number of newly ASIC accredited institutions including the Tehran University of Medical Sciences (TUMS) and ASIA Metropolitan University – AMU.
For more information please either view the newsletter online or download via PDF.
Accreditation Service for International Colleges - ASIC
International migration of international students is now at an unprecedented level. No longer is this the domain of countries such as UK, Australia, USA, Canada and New Zealand but students are now looking at study options in Malaysia, Singapore, China, Ukraine, Russia, Greece, Cyprus and most of the EU countries.
This is giving the student a wider choice in relation to a range of subjects, entrance criteria, cost, types of institution and cultural experience.
The market is growing, but so to is the number of educational institutions seeking to recruit these students.
Unfortunately, the unethical behaviour of some international colleges is causing major problems for students, parents and sponsors.
It is verThe new ASIC Newsletter is now available to view online or download in PDF format. In this issuey difficult for students to get a realistic and honest picture of what an institution is really like in terms of quality, resources, student support and ethics.
Accreditation Service for International Colleges (ASIC), has been formed to bring this independent information to the student population through its accreditation service with well defined and objective benchmarking.
Accreditation through ASIC will help the student and parent make a more informed choice and will also help a college/university demonstrate to the marketplace that they are a high quality institution. More >>