When attracting Chinese students, George Hernandez of the University of Tasmania (UTAS) advises “web first; everything else second.” He emphasises the importance of having a Chinese website specifically designed for Chinese users and hosted in China for the best user experience, with local hosting ensuring speedy site loading. He said the local UTAS..Read more
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Discover what it’s really like to do business in China as we share first-hand insights, case studies, tips and general information on the Chinese business environment.
Finding the right education, choosing the right destination county and then arranging the move overseas is not something that can be done quickly by Chinese students considering overseas education. Chinese people like to carefully research everything before they begin their preparations. For marketers and education institutions planning their strategy,..Read more
Chinese students wanting to study overseas need to make big decisions when choosing to study abroad: destination country, university and fields of study. So then, what are the top factors that help students and their parents make these decisions?
Here we uncover the top factors that influence Chinese students to study abroad, to help you understand..Read more
Top purposes of Chinese students studying abroad
Chinese students choose to study abroad for many reasons. While some students may study abroad at the request of their parents (12%), the majority do so for an enriched personal experience (64%). Other reasons from a students’ perspective include advanced knowledge (54%), future employment prospects (46%)..Read more
Chinese students are heading overseas to study in record numbers, and regardless of the country of interest, they had quite clear preferences for specific universities when searching online. The exciting trend is that although there are universities that are obviously more favoured, Chinese students can be influenced in their interest as a result of more..Read more
As digital marketers, it’s important to get your message straight to the decision maker, but who is the decision maker for Chinese students when they are selecting an overseas university? Traditional Chinese culture would indicate that parents are the decision makers, but times change, and the millennial generation is becoming increasingly independent..Read more
Sinorbis’s CEO, Nicolas Chu, appeared on Sky News Business show ‘Ticky’ to discuss the latest insights on Chinese international students.
Drawing on the latest research in our whitepaper The Learning Dragon: Studying with International Chinese Students, Nicolas explored the issues Chinese students consider when choosing an international university or..Read more
The Chinese millennial traveller is an important part of the tourism boom in China. Chinese tourists are exploring more of the world and traveling more often. The China National Tourism Board reported that in 2015, 120 million Chinese outbound travellers spent A$287 billion (US$215 billion) worldwide on overseas trips.i
Every year, Australia receives a..Read more
UTAS Digital Marketing Challenge in China
When it comes to marketing, UTAS has long adopted a digital mindset. “Our attitude is web first, everything else..Read more
Recently the Sinorbis team attended the 2016 International Student Recruitment and Marketing Conference. The conference attracted experts and thought leaders from major universities and educational institutes from around Australia. Over the course of the event, the speakers presented research into:
- What international students want;
- What Australia can..