How to Survive an Enduring Career
January 19, 2017

If you’re in your 20s, plan on working for the next 50 or 60 years.  The career lifecycle has expanded—partly because of increasing lifespans.  How can you plan your work life for the next half-century or more?  We’ve put together a few enduring understandings for you to consider as you embark on a long, vibrant, and successful career.  Read on. 

Why an Accelerated Degree Can Save You Time (and Money)
January 12, 2017
It’s hard to argue that the cost of higher education isn’t exorbitant. One lesser-known pathway worth exploring for students looking to save both time and money? An accelerated degree. Here’s a closer look at this alternative to conventional degree programs, along with four re...

Reading the Road Less Traveled: A Global Journey
January 5, 2017
Resolved to step outside your comfort zone this year?  Pick up a book.  Take the road less traveled and join us on our global literary journey.  Who knows?  Maybe you’ll find an author who speaks to you—half a world away. 

The Prickly Politics of Christmas
December 24, 2016
Hop up into Santa’s sleigh for the ride of your life. Let’s take a closer look at Christmas through history—brace yourself for controversy and cataclysm.  Don’t forget your Santa hat!  On Comet, on Cupid, on Donner, on Blitzen! 

How to Stay In Touch From Abroad
December 22, 2016
Connection.  It’s what we crave all the time—texts, Facebook, Twitter, email.  We’re constantly connecting, at least virtually.  Being home during the holiday season is one time when we might want more than virtual connection.  As an international student, you m...

How to Become One of Europe’s Digital Innovators
December 20, 2016
Dr. Till Wahnbaeck, CEO of Germany’s hunger-fighting NGO Welthungerhilfe, recently penned a piece for The Guardian in which she reiterated the critical need for innovation. But what, exactly, is innovation? Her explanation is a surprisingly simple one, “Innovation is the answer to a simp...

Brexit Shmexit: 9 Top Fields to Study in the UK
December 15, 2016
For many aspiring international students, Brexit is a giant and unknowable elephant in the room: What will the UK’s vote to leave the EU mean for the country’s higher education system and opportunities for foreign students there? While it’s true that some things are bound to change...

How to Build on Your Bachelor’s with an International Master’s Degree
December 14, 2016
There’s no magic to a master’s degree—but the right one at the right time and in the right place can make a significant difference in your overall happiness, salary, and career opportunities.  What can sweeten the pot? How about an international master’s degree?  Gr...

The World’s Most Powerful Women and What They Studied
December 8, 2016
The world’s most powerful women have one thing in common.  Read the profiles of the following eight women to find out what it is.

Should You Get a Master’s Degree in Education?
December 1, 2016
Teachers make a difference in the lives of kids all over the world every day. However, the prospect of entering the teaching profession and remaining in it for the next 30 or more years can be a daunting one. Whether you’re worried about landing a job in a competitive market or about making en...


March 23, 2018

Japan's outbound student mobility skyrocketed in 2016. Let's take a closer look at where Japanese students are studying abroad.

March 22, 2018

Interested in doing your part to help ensure global access to safe water, protect the natural environment, and reduce pollution? We can think of no mo...

March 20, 2018

Over 3,000 college and university students recently responded to a Gallup-Knight Foundation survey on diversity and inclusivity with some interesting ...