Iran Autumn 2014

UK Education Tour is the leading UK-focussed education specialist in the region. We have broken new ground in Iraq, Iraqi Kurdistan and Azerbaijan, using our experience to maximise value for UK education providers, particularly HE and HE pathways.

UK Universities with Iraqi Director of Scholarships. L-R: Noor Al Zubaidi, Bangor University; Jon Inegbedion, Southampton University; Dave Liston, Liverpool John Moores University; Sarah Byrne, Liverpool School of English; Andrew Mandebura, Huddersfield University; James Kennedy, University of Warwick; Dr Bahaa Kadhum, Director General of Scholarships & Cultural Relations, Iraq Government; Jenny Saville, Nottingham Trent University; David Mitchell, Levant Education Group; Prof R Gill, Middlesex University; Tim Kerrdineen, Kings Colleges.

UK Universities with Iraqi Director of Scholarships. L-R: Noor Al Zubaidi, Bangor University; Jon Inegbedion, Southampton University; Dave Liston, Liverpool John Moores University; Sarah Byrne, Liverpool School of English; Andrew Mandebura, Huddersfield University; James Kennedy, University of Warwick; Dr Bahaa Kadhum, Director General of Scholarships & Cultural Relations, Iraq Government; Jenny Saville, Nottingham Trent University; David Mitchell, Levant Education Group; Prof R Gill, Middlesex University; Tim Kerrdineen, Kings Colleges.

Political conditions are looking favourable for UK student recruitment from Iran, and Levant Education has already conducted a reconnaissance trip to Iran in February 2013. The Iranian market is already one of the fastest growing in the world, with an increase in 2012/13 of 25.2% to the USA alone.

UK Universities with KRG Higher Education Ministry

UK Universities with KRG Higher Education Ministry

With a thaw in relations with ‘the West’ and a loosening of economic sanctions, 2014 is looking like the time to focus recruitment efforts on this important market.

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Students in Erbil meet UCL

Students in Erbil meet UCL

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