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🌐 Global Student Flows Outlook; Career Mentoring; HE Summit Paris; AI Roundtable London

2024 Global Student Flows: US Outlook. Join us for this webinar as HolonIQ unpacks our latest international education data and estimates.

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Technology for career mentoring and coaching is evolving to meet modern workforce needs. Key players include peer mentors, independent coaches, consulting firms, online platforms, and universitiesβ€”all offering tech-enabled solutions to help people hone career-ready skills and support them in the world of work.

🌐 Webinar - 2024 Global Student Flows: US Outlook. Join this week's webinar to access our latest HolonIQ data and insights about global student flows
πŸ•΄οΈ Career Mentoring and Coaching.  Exploring digital solutions for career mentoring and coaching
πŸ’¬ HolonIQ Summits. Deep dive into HE futures, new models & more at our upcoming summits in Paris and New York
πŸ“– 2024 Education Outlook. 180+ pages of trends, insights, and data
πŸ’° University Deals of the Week. University grants and M&A

πŸ•΄οΈ Career Mentoring & Coaching Landscape

Traditionally career mentoring and coaching have been one-on-one, in-person experiences, which can be expensive, difficult to scale and can exacerbate inequities in the workforce, favoring those who can afford the time and services of these professionals. New solutions with digital features such as video conferencing or AI-powered feedback are making digital coaching more affordable and dynamic. This, along with a cultural shift toward personal improvement and building social capital, is helping more solutions to gain popularity in the market.

Key categories in the coaching and mentoring market include peer-to-peer learning, independent coaches, consulting firms, online platforms, and academic institutions offering specialized, tech-enabled programs. These providers often differentiate themselves based on expertise, industry focus, coaching approach, and geographic reach. Corporate mentoring programs have also gained prominence as organizations prioritize employee development and leadership training.

As the demand for career mentoring and coaching continues to rise, the market is expanding to meet the evolving needs of individuals and organizations in navigating the complexities of today's workforce landscape. With the greater acceptance of digital modelsβ€”HolonIQ's Career Mentoring and Coaching market map helps unpack the latest in this dynamic market.

🏫 Career Mentoring & Coaching - Market Map

🏫 Webinar - 2024 Global Student Flows: US Outlook

Since 2018, the Global Student Flows Project at HolonIQ has mapped and forecast the flow of international students studying at higher education institutions around the world. Powered by leading global experts and economists, a proprietary global flows framework and advanced technology to map and project over 10,000 unique country-to-country flows each year, the initiative aims to inform governments, universities, institutions and firms around the world in setting strategy, policy and allocating resources to support the growth of international education.

2024 Global Student Flows: US Outlook - Join this webinar as HolonIQ unpacks its latest research and data on international student flows to the US, including recent performance, US State-level deep dive, competition, source market outlook, 2030 projections & scenarios, and disruptive factors. Register.

πŸ‡«πŸ‡· Higher Education Summit - Paris 27 June

Join us in Paris on June 27 for this year's Future of Higher Education and Workforce Summit and connect with Higher Education Leaders from across Europe and around the world. NEOMA Business School is our hosting partner this year, and we'll meet at the school's Paris campus, located in the dynamic Butte-aux-Cailles district. HolonIQ will bring its future-oriented market data, and sessions will focus on the 'where next' for skills, international education, micro-credentials, online and hybrid models, public-private partnerships, the role of higher education in lifelong learning, and more. Places are limited to 100. Register now.

πŸŽ“ AI & the Future of Education Technology, London, 19 June

Join us for an executive roundtable on the role of AI in education and the future of education technology as part of London EdTech Week. We'll review HolonIQ's 6th annual survey on AI in Education and share exclusive research on AI. We'll also dive into how AI is shaping the Europe EdTech 200, HolonIQ's annual list of the most promising EdTech startups in Europe. Places are limited. Register Now.

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Leadership Summit - New York 10-11 Sept

Registration for our flagship Back to School Summit in New York, September 10–11, is now open. This year, we're bringing over 500 global education leaders together for three incredible tracks: Higher Education and Workforce, Foundation and Philanthropy, and Technology and Finance.

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πŸ“– 2024 Global Education Outlook

HolonIQ's annual analysis of the global education economy offers over 180 pages of in-depth insights on market data, investments, strategic shifts, and trends in education. Download the extract or purchase the full report.

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πŸ’° Funding

HolonIQ actively monitors and tracks university funding flows, spanning all regions and transaction categories. Subscribe to our Daily Capital Markets newsletter to catch the top deals each day.

University Grants

πŸ§‘β€πŸ­ Toronto Metropolitan University received a $3M grant from the Bank of Montreal. This funding will establish the Newcomer Workforce Integration Lab, which aims to focus on research and development of resources and bridge the gap between immigrant skills and employer needs. This includes creating employer-centric tools and training to improve recruitment, hiring, and onboarding practices.

πŸ’» Morgan State University's National FinTech Center received a three-year, $1.05M grant from Ripple, a blockchain technology company. This grant renews their partnership and strengthens Ripple's diversity in FinTech by supporting research, education, and student projects focused on blockchain and FinTech.

πŸŽ“ LaGuardia Community College's support program β€˜LaGuardia CARES’ received a $235K grant from Gerstner Philanthropies' Helping Hands program. This offers emergency financial aid to students facing challenges with housing, food, clothing, and other essential expenses. This grant strengthens CARES' ability to provide emergency aid grants ranging from $500 to $2,000, averaging $1,000 per student.

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