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Canterbury International Education Destination Strategy

VISION

The Canterbury International Education Destination 2025: Strategy Leadership Accord sets the direction for the Canterbury international education sector for the next ten years and the foundation leadership partners have committed to owning and supporting the delivery of this strategy.

Our vision is for Canterbury to be a globally connected region for international education, providing enhanced student opportunities and outcomes with enduring benefits for the community.

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE

Globally connected students, staff and alumni contributing strongly to the region locally and offshore.

A diverse mix of students contributing strongly to innovation and better lifestyles in the region and elsewhere.

Sustainable year on year growth in international fee paying students (IFPS) aligned with, or in excess of, the individual growth targets of organisations in the sector.

An international education destination that is globally recognised as providing superior experiences and outcomes for the students, sector, industry and other stakeholders.

Industry informed, designed and supported programmes and training provided in ways that work the best for the students and meet the needs of the region and beyond.

A vibrant, inclusive multicultural community where students feel welcomed and valued for their positive social impact.

GOAL

The Leadership Accord has set the target of doubling the number of international students and increasing the economic value of international education to the region to $1 billion by 2025.

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KEY STRATEGIES
1. LEADERSHIP

1. LEADERSHIP

Providing strong strategic leadership and communication for the sector through the Canterbury International Education Strategy Leadership Accord.

2. PARTNERSHIPS

2. PARTNERSHIPS

Building strong connections through national and regional relationships through partnerships with government agencies, other industry sectors and iwi.

3. MARKETS

3. MARKETS

Identifying target markets and meeting their international education needs as well as strengthening international partnerships.

4. PROGRAMMES

4. PROGRAMMES

Develop programmes and educational products that meet the needs of our target market while highlighting our regional strengths and making best use of international talent to fill skill shortages.

5. PATHWAYS

5. PATHWAYS

Articulating pathways through school to higher education and employment in areas of regional strength and making best use of international talent to fill skill shortages.

6. STUDENT EXPERIENCE

6. STUDENT EXPERIENCE

Provide an excellent student experience through focused improvement on service at all levels of education.

PUBLICATIONS

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CONTACT US
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Bree Loverich
Programme Manager

E: bree.loverich@cdc.org.nz
T: +64 39 97 759 85
M: +64 27 34 888 41

Level 1, 99 Cashel Street, Christchurch 8140, New Zealand