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Title: Application of E-marketing (digital marketing) tools for Consulting Firms engaged in International Educational Business
Authors: Chinaza, Mathew Peace 
Advisor: Glonti, Giorgi 
Degree Name: ბიზნესის ადმინისტრირების მაგისტრი საერთაშორისო მარკეტინგში
Masters Of International Marketing
Degree Discipline: საერთაშორისო მარკეტინგის ინგლისურენოვანი სამაგისტრო საგანმანათლებლო პროგრამა
Mba Thesis Project of International Marketing
Institution: კავკასიის საერთაშორისო უნივერსიტეტი 
Faculty: ბიზნესის ფაკულტეტი 
Keywords: International Education
Components of Marketing Strategy
Research Methodology
Issue Date: 2021
International students migration represents an increasing components of modern population mobility. International student mobility, like other forms of migration, occurs through a complex collection of actors and networks, which includes origin and destination states, educational institutions, families, friends, and communities, and, of course, students themselves.
Education intermediaries (agents) appear to occupy a crusial position in the midst of these arrangements, serving as a bridge between student origins and study destinations in a way that enables massive movements across educational and geographic divides. In this digital age, international education has undergone several changes. Education intermediaries (agents) use digital platforms as a tool of connection between students and institutions.
This research paper will present evidence with an analysis of a model on how international education intermediares (agents) has obtained positive results with the implementation of digital strategies.
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