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100,000 Turkish students study outside of their home country
This region has been overwhelmed by the influx of refugees from Syria. In the years leading up to the current civil war, enrolment figures for Syrian tertiary education had been climbing steadily upward; from 12 percent of the college-age population in 2002, to 26 percent in 2010 according to UNESCO. In Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan only a fraction of students have found ways to continue their studies, due to the number of Syrian students in Turkish universities reportedly quadrupling in recent years.
With such a fast-moving and dynamic situation, understanding the regional political and cultural challenges will be imperative to successful student recruitment.
This paper sets out to analyse the latest statistics, provide all the facts and figures and detail the systems and processes for recruitment activity in the region.
Content will include the most up to date information on:
• The size of the market and all the facts and statistics to support this intelligence including segmentation by programme and region.
• PESTLE analysis (Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Legal, Environmental)
• Processes, systems and intelligence on secondary education
• The student journey in-country including information influencers
• The top 10 communication tactics in-country
• In-country provision and competition