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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.

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Nearly One-Quarter of Indebted Drop-outs Attended For-Profit Colleges
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 of school prior to graduation have significant amounts of debt. Let’s take a closer look.

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Student Protest Draft Deferment Changes in Armenia
November 28, 2017
A major change to the military draft in Armenia sparked major student protests across the country. Let’s take a closer look.

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How Do International Students Feel About Two-Year Degrees?
November 23, 2017
Two-year programs offer a shorter, less expensive path to undergraduate degrees in the U.S. However, the majority of international students aren’t sold on their value, according to a recent study. Here’s a closer look at the findings.

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What’s Motivating Millennials in Higher Ed?
November 20, 2017
Significant attention has been focused on the difference between the millennial generation and those who have gone before. Now comes research which sheds new light on Millennial motivations -- particularly as they apply to higher education. The takeaway? Money talks. 

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Finnish Universities Team Up to Increase International Student Numbers
November 16, 2017
Five Finnish universities have joined forces, in partnership with an education export company, to establish an ambitious goal for inbound exchange. The collective of higher education entities is aiming to increase international student enrollments by 150,000 by the year 2020. Here’s a closer l...

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Gates Foundation Pledges $1.7 Billion in Education Networks
November 13, 2017
The Gates Foundation recently pledged $1.7 billion to support the growth of educational networks. Learn more about the initiative.

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Highlighting the Vulnerabilities of First-Generation College Students
November 11, 2017
Young people who are their first members of their families to go to college have a lot to be proud of. However, lingering barriers remain, according to a recently released report from the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences. Here’s a closer look at the findings...

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New Southbound Policy Means New Opportunities for ASEAN Students
November 9, 2017
Taiwan’s “new southbound policy” has been heralded for its potential to “build a new model of economic development for Taiwan, reposition the country as an important player in Asia’s growth, and create new value going forward.”  It also represents exciting ne...

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Edinburgh Ranked as the Most Educated City in Scotland
November 6, 2017
Want to live and work in the most educated city in Scotland? Move to Edinburgh. Let’s take a closer look at recent figure from Labor Market Statistics.

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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...


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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...


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November 28, 2017

A major change to the military draft in Armenia sparked major student protests across the country. Let’s take a closer look.