August 4, 2018
Could China overtake the UK as a study abroad hotspot? – Study International
China has kept the UK as the world’s second-most popular spot for international students as host to its largest overseas market – but as the nation realises its […]
August 4, 2018
UK government guarantees EU students’ tuition fees rates after Brexit
Key stakeholders and education groups have welcomed the UK government’s announcement that EU students attending universities in England will continue to pay the same fees as home […]
August 4, 2018
US Supreme Court travel ban ruling will “undoubtedly” impact international student enrolment
Key figures in the education community have condemned the US Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the implementation of the Trump administration’s travel ban, saying it will […]
August 4, 2018
In Upholding Trump’s Travel Ban, Supreme Court Ratifies Worldview That Worries Colleges – The Chronicle of Higher Education
When President Trump, days after taking office, issued an executive order barring travelers, including students, from a half-dozen predominantly Muslim countries, it was like a chain-link […]
August 4, 2018
More colleges hire corporate partners for international student pathway programs, with mixed results
Growing numbers of American universities are contracting with corporate entities to recruit for and help manage first-year “pathway” programs for international students who don’t meet the […]
August 4, 2018
Sweet Briar College Is Placed on ‘Warning’ by Accreditor – The Chronicle of Higher Education
Sweet Briar College faces another hurdle in its efforts to gain firm financial footing — a warning from its accreditor — but college officials stress that […]
August 4, 2018
Shared password leads to an unusual lawsuit about admissions
Most admissions lawsuits are about applicants who are rejected. But Eric Abramovitz won 375,000 Canadian dollars (about $284,000) last week over an admissions offer he turned […]
August 4, 2018
British academics worry about visa rules
British university leaders are being urged to review their attitudes toward international staff and students, following fresh reports of visa holders being “unfairly monitored” and even […]
August 4, 2018
An Ultra-Selective University Just Dropped the ACT/SAT. So What? – The Chronicle of Higher Education
Some people gasped when they saw the news. “Boom!” a college counselor in Minnesota shouted while waiting for his English muffin to toast. Here we go! […]
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