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Africa and Germany Launch Math Collaboration
April 5, 2016

With an abundance of science pointing to the value of diversity to innovation, researchers in Africa and Germany are putting it to the test with the launch of a new collaborative effort aimed at advancing math toward generating solutions for the many challenges Africa faces. Let’s take a closer look at the initiative, along with what stakeholders expect to accomplish through this pivotal partnership.


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Women Leaders Gain Ground in UK Universities
April 1, 2016
While women in top-level university positions are still largely outnumbered by men in the UK, the latest research concludes that they’ve gained a significant amount of ground over the past two years. Let’s take a closer at the numbers according to a report released earlier this month, al...

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The UK Announces Residency Requirement Changes for EU Students
March 29, 2016
The UK is working to bring its international education policies in line with the rest of Europe. That means European students heading to the UK in the coming semesters will see some changes. Let's take a closer look at the new rules and find out what they mean for international students in the UK.

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Zimbabwe Will Send 20,000 Graduates to South Sudan
March 25, 2016
Zimbabwe has a wealth of qualified graduates and now the country is making plans to make its university-educated population one of its most important exports. The African country has started a labor-export program and will begin sending graduates where they're most needed. Let's take a look at the n...

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Are Indian Entrance Exams Opening to International Students?
March 22, 2016
While much has been said about the allures of an Indian education, an obstacle has long stood between aspiring students and some of India’s most prestigious institutions: entrance test restrictions. Until now, that is. A recent meeting between India’s HRD and External Affairs officials y...

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Are UK University Leaders Pro-EU?
March 18, 2016
With the UK poised for a referendum this summer on the issue of whether or not to remain within the European Union, it begs the question: Where do universities stand? The answer is clear, according to a recent letter published in the Sunday Times: firmly in the corner of the EU.

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More Time for New Grads in the Netherlands?
March 15, 2016
International students seeking to remain in the Netherlands following graduation will now have more time to apply to stay, thanks to imminent changes to the country’s Orientation Year permit. Let’s take a closer look at the updated Orientation Year visa, along with what it means for grad...

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Georgia Looks to Germany for Higher Education Model
March 11, 2016
Georgia may be a small country, but it has big academic aspirations. The country's prime minister, Giorgi Kvirikashvili, recently announced plans to reform Georgia's higher education system, and he's looking to one of the greats for inspiration. Let's see what Kvirikashvili is planning and how chang...

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International Education is Actually Australia's Third-Largest Export
March 4, 2016
We've heard a lot of exciting news about the international education sector in Australia in recent months. In fact, international education is one of the country's most important exports, and some newly released figures show that it's an even bigger player than before. Let's see what the new figures...

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Japanese Universities Set Eyes on ASEAN
March 1, 2016
As ASEAN continues its evolution toward becoming a major economic force, it is expected to fuel global growth for companies all over the world. One country taking proactive measures to capitalize on ASEAN opportunities? Japan. Let’s take a closer look at changes underway in Japan seeking to le...

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September 19, 2017

Aloha! International students brought $500 million to the Hawaiian economy last year, in the form of direct spending and job creation.  Let&rsquo...


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September 15, 2017

Several financial firms are working together to offer an exciting tuition promotion for Chinese students studying in the US, the UK, Canada, New Zeala...


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September 12, 2017

The UK’s higher education institutes have educated more of the world’s leaders than any other country, according to a new study from the H...