Canadian International Enrollment Up 10% Last Year
December 14, 2015

Canada has been making strides as a destination for international students, and in November the Canadian Bureau for International Education revealed figures that show Canada's efforts are paying off. Let's take a look at the new data and see what it means for Canada's international education sector.

Japan Shows Growth in International Education
December 10, 2015
Japan is surging forward with educational reforms and initiatives to boost higher education and student mobility. Now, recent figures show growth in Japans international education sector. Let's take a closer look at the data released by the Japanese Ministry of Education and see what it means for in...

Higher Education Cooperation On the Rise Between EU and Africa
December 7, 2015
Last month’s European Union-Africa Valletta Summit on Migration saw significant progress in the push to further migration and mobility between the two regions, including a formal Political Declaration and Action Plan. What are officials calling for, and what does it mean for higher education? ...

National Report Says International Student Numbers Rise in Sweden
December 3, 2015
The 2011 introduction of higher education tuition fees for international students cast doubt on whether Sweden would continue to draw international students. Not even five years later, the Swedish Higher Education Authority’s (“UKA”) Higher Education in Sweden status report reveals...

Canada to Train Students Advisers on Immigration Policy and Practice
November 30, 2015
Immigration rules and regulations can be complex -- particularly for students trying to understand their options. In response, Canada is taking action to help students navigate immigration-related challenges by allowing university officers to once again provide immigration advice to international st...

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 s...

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.

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.

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...

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...


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