Articles

UK Tackles Major Review of University Spending
December 22, 2017
The UK plans to tackle a major overhaul of university spending—and how high-level administrators are paid. Let’s take a closer look.

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New Training Program Tackles the UK’s Ailing Prison System
December 20, 2017
The wildly successful Teach First initiative has become the UK’s biggest graduate recruiter, sending thousands of new teachers into the workforce every year with teaching and leadership training aimed at changing student lives. Now, a new program aims to apply the same concept to prison officer tr...

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GOP Removes Tuition Waiver Cut after Grad Student ‘Youthquake’
December 19, 2017
The Oxford Dictionary's Word of the Year may have taken some by surprise, but if you were questioning its veracity in 2017, look no further than the proposed GOP tax bill. The plan contains numerous controversial provisions, but one proposed change sparked national outrage - a veritable youthquake,...

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The State of US International Enrollments
December 15, 2017
There’s been rampant speculation regarding the state of inbound exchange in the US under the Trump administration. Now that we’re halfway through the academic year, is reality matching up to the anticipated downturn? Yes, according to a recent Institute of International Education study of just u...

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Why are Somalian Students Choosing Turkey for Studies?
December 14, 2017
Somalians opting to study abroad choose Turkey over other options. Let’s take a closer look at why.

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More Internationals Choosing to Study -- and Stay -- in the Netherland
December 6, 2017
Not only are more students from around the world choosing the Netherlands for their international study destinations, and not just because Christmas starts early with a visit from Sinterklaas on 6 December. Many international students are opting to remain after their study programs are completed, a...

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Strike Ends, but Stress Remains for Ontario Students
December 5, 2017
A labor dispute involving more than 12,000 faculty members at 24 Ontario colleges recently came to a close after a five-week shutdown during which most college classes were canceled or suspended. Approximately 500,000 students were caught up in the strike, and many are still dealing with the fallout...

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What to Expect from the Revamped Higher Education Act
December 1, 2017
Recent news of the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act of 1965 have left many wondering: What, exactly, can we expect from the bill? Here’s a closer look at five major changes.

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This STEM Field Offers the Best Salary
November 28, 2017
You hear about it and see it everywhere—the US’s national focus has been on STEM and with good reason. Which job in STEM offers the best salary? Find out.

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Denmark Reduces English-Language Program Admissions
November 23, 2017
Due to complicated residency requirements, many international students in Denmark don’t stay. The Ministry of Education has since cut the number of English-language program admissions. Let’s take a closer look.

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December 6, 2018

The Australian government has asked Robert French, a former chief justice of the high court, to review the state of freedom of speech on its higher ed...


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December 4, 2018

Universities in France will offer more courses in English, in a bid to attract even more international students -- it hopes at least 50 percent more i...


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December 3, 2018

The French embassy in Islamabad recently announced news of a new scholarship program aimed at helping more Pakistani students take advantage of higher...


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