September 16, 2019
Two year work rights re-introduced for international students in the UK
The UK education sector is elated that post-study work rights are set to be offered to international students for two years post-graduation, with students graduating in […]
September 16, 2019
Marquette lays off 24 staff, leaves 50 positions unfilled
Marquette University announced Thursday it laid off 24 staff members and will leave nearly 50 current and future vacancies unfilled. In an email to “Marquette colleagues,” President […]
September 16, 2019
Varieties of Dual Enrollment | Confessions of a Community College Dean
Over the last several years, dual enrollment and its variations (concurrent enrollment, middle college, early college…) have grown wildly. I’ve noticed folks on campus, myself included, […]
September 16, 2019
New Arizona State subsidiary looks to help non-U.S. colleges expand online and on campus
Arizona State creates another company partnership, called Cintana Education and led by the founder of Laureate Education, to work with universities in other countries to expand […]
September 16, 2019
Is International Student Drop Trump’s Fault? Only Partially
Last year’s 6.6 percent drop in enrollment of international students at American colleges is due to more than just apprehensions toward President Trump, a new study by EducationNext asserts. […]
August 25, 2019
Global economic impact of international students estimated at $300 billion
International students pursuing tertiary education had an estimated global economic impact of $300 billion in 2016, new figures from StudyPortals have revealed. However, the confluence of higher […]
August 25, 2019
First in Saudi Arabia: Spokeswoman for Ministry of education – Saudi Gazette
First in Saudi Arabia: Spokeswoman for Ministry of education
RIYADH — Minister of Education Dr. Hamad Al-Sheikh has issued an order appointing Ibtisam Al-Shehri as the spokesperson for public education in Saudi Arabia. Al-Shehri, who has […]
August 20, 2019
Foreign nationals whose visas were canceled for enrolling in sham college win right to sue
Their immigration statuses were canceled for enrolling in a fake college that the government set up to nab alleged visa fraudsters. Now they’ve won the right to challenge the […]
August 20, 2019
International Students Report Worries About Gun Violence
A quarter of international students attending U.S. colleges report worrying about gun violence at their institution, while 37 percent say they worry about gun violence in the […]
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