November 17, 2018
Study abroad numbers continue to grow, driven by continued growth in short-term programs
The number of American students studying abroad continues to steadily increase, growing by 2.3 percent in academic year 2016-17 compared to the previous year, according to new […]
November 17, 2018
New international student enrollments continue to decline at U.S. universities
New enrollments of international students fell by 6.6 percent at American universities in academic year 2017-18 compared to the year before, marking the second straight year in […]
November 17, 2018
MBA programs see fewer foreign students – The Boston Globe
The number of international students applying to US graduate business programs dropped dramatically over the past year, likely as a result of political uncertainty caused by […]
November 17, 2018
New data on admissions, including application trends, early decision and admissions criteria
The annual “State of College Admission” report is important for several reasons. One is that it dispels the myth — propagated by many who write about […]
November 17, 2018
Iowa Wesleyan could become latest small college to close
Iowa Wesleyan University was founded in 1842, four years before Iowa became a state. But this year could be the college’s last. Steven E. Titus, president […]
November 17, 2018
Three universities on brink of BANKRUPTCY as student numbers plunge  | Daily Mail Online
At least three universities are on the brink of going bust with growing numbers dependent on short-term loans ‘just to survive’, experts warned last night. They […]
November 17, 2018
After the Killing of a Journalist, Colleges Confront Their Saudi Ties – The Chronicle of Higher Education
The killing of Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi exile and Washington Post columnist, first troubled media companies, then business titans, then nongovernmental organizations, and ultimately government officials. […]
November 17, 2018
English majors, rejoice: Employers want you more than business majors – CBS News
The liberal arts have become the Rodney Dangerfield of college degrees, getting no respect from many parents and politicians. Yet the joke may be on the […]
November 17, 2018
College concierge expansion is on the horizon
In the last several years, colleges have been criticized for their climbing walls and lazy rivers, which signal to some too much spending on nonacademic matters. […]
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