International payments – one size doesn’t fit all
“Currency regulations vary greatly…and agents may find this challenging when navigating the waters of new source countries”
Globally, the middle class is rising, and with it so too are the number of students able to study and live overseas for the first time.
While this rise has been amazing for education standards globally – as well as the economies of many countries – it has created some challenges for education providers and agents in terms of managing and facilitating global payments. With new countries entering the international education arena, it’s important to be aware of such intricacies and plan accordingly.