IDP produces a range of publications each year addressing
different audiences – from international students and their
families to client education institutions.
Publications are distributed through many outlets – to key
stakeholders through conferences, workshops and client seminars and
to students through in-country exhibitions, school visits and IDP
student placement offices. IDP network offices produce and
distribute printed material in-country, often translated into local
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Here is a selection of recent publications:
Why study in the UK?
This Why Study in the United Kingdom? Fact Sheet will
provide you with a quick overview of the benefits of studying in
Planning to study in UK
Download this Planning to Study in the UK Guide (12 pages) for
information on student life in the UK, cost of living, part-time
employment permissions, and application processes.
IDP Today AIEC Education
An overview of IDP, including news from our network countries,
Australian student services offices, and featured AIEC presenter,
published for AIEC, Melbourne, October 2012.
IDP Today NAFSA edition
An overview of IDP, including news from USA and Canada,
published for the NAFSA conference, Houston, USA 27 May - 1 June
AIEC 2011 Review
A round-up of the program and social events at the Australian
International Education Conference in Adelaide, October 2011
IDP Education - the global leader in student placement
An overview of IDP's international study destinations (published
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The IDP Difference
IDP Global Network
IDP Market Insights
A market overview from IDP regions: Middle East, South East
Asia, North Asia and South Asia, from a multi-destinational point
of view. Published September 2011.
for a copy of this publication
30-page booklet, cram-packed with vital information for
Australia-bound international students before they leave home,
including essential advice on studying, living and working in
Australia. The guide is updated before Semester 1 and
Semester 2 each year.
Say G’Day to Homestay
Helpful information for international students and
their host families in Australia on what to expect and how to
behave in Homestay accommodation.