Articles

Should the UK Make Its Own Erasmus?
February 19, 2018
With the future of international mobility in the UK remains unknown in the wake of Brexit, the UK is weighing its options. One possibility currently under consideration? Creating and funding its own outward mobility agency.

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Helping Aspiring Japanese International Students Get Over the High Cost Hurdle
February 15, 2018
A recent article published in The Japan Times took on a perplexing question: Why don’t more Japanese students study abroad? According to the findings, it comes down to one thing above all else: Cost. Here’s a closer look at the situation, along with an overview of options which can help aspirin...

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Swiss Government Invests in Non-EU Exchange
February 13, 2018
The Swiss Federal Council has committed $2.5 million to fund a pilot program aimed at facilitating exchange with students from non-European countries, including the US, Canada and China. Here’s a closer look at the three-year trial.

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More US Students Study Abroad
February 7, 2018
The numbers are in: the US saw a four percent increase in the number of American students studying abroad. Let's take a closer look at the latest figures--and where they're going.

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Is International Enrollment Waning in the US?
January 30, 2018
For the first time in over a decade, international student numbers are declining in the US. Experts hope it's not the start of a trend. Let's take a closer look at what this means for US institutions of higher learning.

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Japanese Embassy in Malaysia Opens Scholarship Applications
January 25, 2018
Malaysians interested in studying Japanese and or pursuing teacher training studies have a promising option when it comes to financial support: The Japanese Government Scholarships for Japanese Studies and Teacher Training. Here’s a closer look at the program.

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Indian Students Choose China Over UK
January 24, 2018
New data shows that Indian students are choosing China over the UK—especially for medicine, engineering, and computer science. Let’s take a closer look.

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South African Universities May See Walk-In Applications
January 18, 2018
The controversial issue of walk-in registrations is at the fore again in South Africa. Let’s take a closer look at the process.

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Are Teacher Shortage Crises Imminent in Ireland and East of England?
January 17, 2018
Recent news reports point to a common issue happening in both Ireland and in East of England: the number of students pursuing teacher training programs has fallen significantly over the past few years. Here’s a closer look at the phenomenon.

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How Are China’s International Students Faring on the Job Market?
January 11, 2018
More and more students -- particularly those from other Asian nations -- are choosing to study in China. However, despite the country’s openness to welcoming international students, they face a challenging job market after graduation. Here’s a closer look at the situation.

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February 19, 2018

With the future of international mobility in the UK remains unknown in the wake of Brexit, the UK is weighing its options. One possibility currently u...


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February 15, 2018

A recent article published in The Japan Times took on a perplexing question: Why don’t more Japanese students study abroad? According to the findin...


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February 13, 2018

The Swiss Federal Council has committed $2.5 million to fund a pilot program aimed at facilitating exchange with students from non-European countries,...