November 18, 2019
More than 750,000 Indian students abroad in 2018 – ICEF Monitor
Short on time? Here are the highlights: India is the world’s second-largest source of international students and one of the fastest-growing sending markets. Destination choice is […]
November 18, 2019
Marlboro will become part of Emerson College
Emerson College announced Wednesday that Marlboro College will move its academic programs to Emerson, effective the fall of 2020. Marlboro students will be admitted to Emerson, and its tenured […]
November 18, 2019
Foreign universities to open branch campuses in Saudi Arabia
The scheme will begin with three foreign universities, which have not yet been named JEDDAH: Foreign universities can now open branch campuses in the Kingdom, the […]
November 18, 2019
European Internationalization and ‘Money Matters’
For some time now, concerns have been raised about the ways in which money has become a more central consideration when it comes to internationalization in […]
November 12, 2019
Uniting international institutions makes a difference
-By Mark Kopenski When the Open Gate Grammar and Primary School located in Babice, Czech Republic (just outside Prague) opened its doors in autumn 2005, the […]
November 3, 2019
U.S. News Names Its Best Global Universities: American Institutions Are At The Top
U.S. News has released its sixth-annual Best Global Universities, and U.S. institutions once again dominate the top 30 schools. Not to be confused with the U.S. News Best […]
November 3, 2019
Chinese Students Cautious About U.S. Study | The World View
During a seminar with a group of Chinese high school principals organized by Amherst and Williams Colleges in Shanghai this summer, one of the principals raised […]
November 3, 2019
PRESS RELEASE: New research shows studying overseas is a family affair | IDP Connect
Despite having a world of resources available, parents still play the most influential role when a student decides to embark on an international education While many […]
November 3, 2019
The downfall of Hampshire College and the broken business model of American higher education – The Washington Post
Two days before classes started at Hampshire College in September, the school’s incoming first-year students — all 13 of them — attended a welcome reception in […]
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