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Canada Unites to Promote International Study
December 26, 2016

The benefits of international study for students, universities, and society at large are increasingly well-known. And yet many students remain hesitant -- some more than others. One country where students aren’t embracing opportunities for international study? Canada. In an effort to raise awareness about the issue, the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) has launched a national initiative aimed at spurring more Canadian students to pursue study abroad opportunities.


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Australia’s International Education Sector Continues to Boom
December 22, 2016
While Australia has always been one of “the big three” of international higher education destinations, the country has faced a number of issues -- ranging from tough visa regulations to a high Australian dollar -- which indicated the chance of a downturn. So what does the latest data fro...

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13 Universities Partner With European Food Project
December 21, 2016
Partnerships.   People.  Innovation.  Food.  That’s what the new European Institute of Innovation and Technology—Food, or EIT-Food aims to bring together with a new consortium focused on improving consumer confidence in food—and in global health.  Let&...

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Why the US Should Send Non-Traditional Students Abroad
December 19, 2016
The US wants to double the numbers of students it sends abroad by 2020.  To reach that goal, US colleges and universities will have to target typically non-traditional students.  Learn more about the challenges—and potential solutions—that US colleges and universities are begin...

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Why Fewer Canadian Students Study Abroad
December 15, 2016
A mere 2.3 percent of Canadian students opt to study abroad.  Why?  Take a closer look to understand why Canada—an incredible study abroad destination—has so few of its own students choosing international education. 

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Are Community Colleges Going International?
December 12, 2016
With international students increasingly sought after for their tuition dollars, more community colleges are angling to get their piece of the pie. The latest school to take innovative steps to court students from all over globe? The Community College of Philadelphia (CCP), which will soon break gro...

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Japan Wants Foreign Grads to Stick Around
December 8, 2016
Japan has announced a new initiative aimed at increasing the number of international students who remain in the country to work after graduation, according to the Nikkei Asian Review. Dubbed the Japan Revitalization Strategy, the plan’s seeks to bring the employment rate of Japan’s inter...

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International Numbers Top 1 Million in the US
December 5, 2016
Over 1 million international students studied in the US in 2015-2016, according to the Institute of International Education’s Open Doors report, the largest number in history.  Learn more about where they’re from, what they’re studying, and the potential for the future. &...

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Malta Launches New Agency to Attract Educational Institutions
December 1, 2016
A joint partnership between the Maltese government and the Chamber of Commerce will launch a new campaign—Education Malta—to attract more educational institutions to the country.  Learn more.

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UK Launches New Campaign for International Students
November 28, 2016
In partnership with The British Council, the UK government’s GREAT Britain Campaign recently launched a new campaign and website to attract international students and to educate students about transnational education study opportunities.  Find out about what they’re offering and why...

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