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New Incentives for Teaching Quality in the U.K.
November 26, 2015

While England’s universities are already well-known for their exceptional quality, they now have extra incentive to deliver the top educations for which their known thanks to a program recently proposed by Universities Minister Jo Johnson. What can we expect from this program aimed at making sure students get the most for their money? Let’s take a closer look.


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Work Restrictions Eased for Nepalese Students in the US
November 23, 2015
If you're a student from Nepal living and studying in the US, we have some important and time-sensitive news! Read on to find out how visa regulations are changing for Nepalese students in US institutions and how the changes could help you continue your studies.

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Russian Ministry of Education to Establish 'Federal Professors'
November 19, 2015
Russia has announced an exciting new initiative aimed at increasing efficiency and promoting research at Russian universities. Let's take a closer look at the new plan released by the Russian Ministry of Education and Science and what it means for higher education in Russia.

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Poland Takes Giant Step Toward Goal of 100,000 International Students by 2020
November 16, 2015
A new strategy has Poland positioning itself for “Big Three” status on the international higher education scene, according to a report from the country’s Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Just how is Poland planning to catch up with study abroad superstars like the U.S., UK...

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Graduate Employment on the Rise in the UK
November 5, 2015
There's good news for graduates in the UK. A survey completed last year indicates that unemployment is dropping, and more recent graduates have jobs than in the last few years. Let's take a closer look at the survey.

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USA: More Parents are Saving for College
November 2, 2015
Significant buzz surrounds the Millennials, and why shouldn’t it? This massive generation of 87 million recently surpassed the Baby Boomers in both number and diversity, according to a report from CNN Money. And while a significant amount of the conversation is aimed at understanding their wan...

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Korea Plans to Boost International Enrollment to 200,000
October 29, 2015
Countries around the world are trying to attract more international students to their universities and institution, and South Korea has been working to increase international student attendance for more than a decade. Now they're upping their game, with the goal of more than doubling enrollment by 2...

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Britain Plans Tougher Language Requirements for Foreign Students
October 26, 2015
If you're thinking of studying in the UK, it might be a good idea to brush up on your English-language skills. The UK government is considering a move that would make entrance requirements for non-English-speaking applicants some of the most challenging in the world. Here's what the UK is planning a...

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Turkey Will Host 100,000 International Students
October 22, 2015
Turkey has committed to hosting at least 100,000 international students by 2018, and it looks like the country may even exceed that goal. Here's what Turkey has done to attract so many students.

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New Guidelines Simplify US Student Application Strategies
October 19, 2015
For many years institutions in the United States have probed potential students regarding their other application choices. Starting in 2017 colleges and universities will no longer be able to ask students where else they have applied. The new regulations were announced by the National Association fo...

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January 15, 2019

Early this fall, US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos declared that the US is embroiled in “a crisis in higher education” due to the rising cost ...


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January 10, 2019

Australian universities have seen an increase in access to higher education in recent years. However, insiders say there’s more work to be done. To ...


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January 7, 2019

Research consistently points to an access gap in higher education between students from advantaged and disadvantaged backgrounds. But this isn’t to ...