Scotland to Usher in the Year of Young People
December 5, 2017
The Scottish government is taking innovative measures to inspire the people of Scotland with the declaration of 2018 as the Year of Young People (YoYP). Here’s a closer look at what’s ahead, along with how you can get involved.

Are You Learning Anything in College?
June 19, 2017
Given the high cost of a college education, it’s only natural to wonder: Are students really learning anything? Now, a new study yields interesting insights into the question, according to a report from MarketWatch. Here’s a closer look at the findings, along with key takeaways for stude...

Increase in Number of Korean Women With Degrees
March 23, 2017
More Korean women than ever have university degrees.  Find out what kind of impact this has on Korea’s marriage and children statistics.  Let’s take a closer look.

A Call for More Inter-Regional Exchange in Asia?
May 2, 2016
Last month’s Asia Pacific Association of International Education (APAIE) conference in Melbourne brought together 1,650 representatives from all over the world to discuss the current and future state of international education. The takeaway? Not only is mobility essential to global growth, but...

Should I Stay or Should I Go? How to Transition from a High-School to University Study Abroad
March 22, 2016
Studying abroad used to be primarily for university students, but in recent years, the number of secondary school students studying overseas has risen. Many students choose to study abroad during high school because it will help them get into university, but what if you're a high school study abroad...

Early Childhood Experiences Linked to Student Mobility
March 14, 2016
Why do some students choose to study abroad and others forgo the opportunity? A new German study may have the answer. The study points to a surprising inspiration, and could have some exciting implications for education. Let's see what the study found and what it could mean for a new generation of s...

Women With Bachelors Degrees Are More Likely To Stay Married
January 21, 2016
Here comes the bride, all dressed in....her cap and gown? According to a new study, earning a degree has a positive impact on a woman's chance of both getting and staying married. Let's take a step back  to see what this ("fun") study has to tell us about love and marriage in higher educat...

Top 10 Degrees for Getting a Job in 2016
December 31, 2015
Do your plans for the year ahead involve positioning yourself for better employability on the job market? If so you’re not alone. But what, exactly, can new grads expect to find out there in the “real world”? The results of the National Association of Colleges and Employers’ ...

Student Santas: Giving Back During the Holiday Season
December 24, 2015
The season of giving is upon us, and college students are taking the concept to inspiring new levels this December. Let’s take a closer look at some co-eds in the UK who are stepping up and making a difference this Christmas.

Survey Says: International Study Has International Parent Appeal
November 12, 2015
Imagine sending your child thousands of miles away to study in a strange country full of unfamiliar faces. Now imagine your child returning home from that experience brimming with new knowledge, wisdom, insights, friendships and career prospects far beyond those he would have acquired in your own ba...


December 12, 2017

Want to learn about true love? Take a course in South Korea. In an effort to improve the birth rate in South Korea the government offers a number of i...

December 5, 2017

The Scottish government is taking innovative measures to inspire the people of Scotland with the declaration of 2018 as the Year of Young People (YoYP...

November 30, 2017

Student debt is on the increase—particularly for students who attend for-profit schools. New research shows that 23 percent of students who drop-out...