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Indian Alumni Showing Their Schools the Love
March 10, 2017

Gratitude is alive and well among grads of India’s city colleges, according to a recent report from The Times of India. How are they showing their schools the love? Through financial support for buildings, projects and programs. Here’s a closer look.


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France Seeks Tech-Savvy Cyber Spies
March 7, 2017
Do you love James Bond?  Do you love the internet?  Do you like cryptography and coding?  Consider applying to work for the French government as a cyber-spy.  They’re hiring and they need your help.  Let’s take a closer look. 

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International Students Complete Programs at High Rates in Australia
March 3, 2017
International student numbers have skyrocketed in Australia—and their rates of completion are higher than their domestic counterparts.  Check out the data from a recent report from the Department of Education and Training.

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A Snapshot of International Graduate Enrollments in the US
February 28, 2017
The U.S.’s Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) has released its latest analysis of the current state of international applications and enrollments. Which countries sent more students, which countries saw decreased rates of growth in the fall of 2016, and what are they all studying? Here’s ...

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Egypt Announces Cap on University Tuition Fees
February 24, 2017
According to an announcement last month from Egyptian Higher Education Minister Ashraf El-Sheehy, there will be no increases to tuition fees for returning students at the country’s public and private universities, as reported by Ahram Online. But how will new students fare? Here’s a clos...

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Big Economic Impact of International Students on New Zealand
February 21, 2017
With a 50 percent jump in international student spending since 2014, it’s no surprise to learn that international education is New Zealand’s fourth largest export. Learn more about the economics of international students on New Zealand.

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Vietnam sets harder requirements for PhD students
February 17, 2017
Amid harsh public criticism that Vietnam PhDs are too easy to earn, the Ministry of Education and Training has implemented new, tougher standards for all PhD candidates.  Let’s take a closer look.

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What Are the World’s Most Innovative Economies?
February 14, 2017
Bloomberg’s annual roundup of the world’s most innovative economies was released last month. Wondering who came out on top, who fell behind, and who has some catching up to do? Here’s a closer look at the 2017 Bloomberg Innovation Index.

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Austria Unveils Plan “A” for Higher Education
February 7, 2017
Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern offers a dynamic vision for change and excellence at Austrian universities.  Learn more about “Plan A” and what it means for Austrian schools.

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France to Attract 10,000 Indian Students By 2020
February 3, 2017
French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault recently announced a plan to attract 10,000 students from India to study at French institutions by 2020. Find out why—and learn about an exciting digital network for international alumni of French universities.

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May 23, 2017

Not all of Canada’s PhD students are taking the conventional route into academia after graduation, according to a recent report from the Univers...


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May 19, 2017

In the wake of Brexit, UK universities have begun to diversify their funding.  Learn about record-breaking philanthropy to universities in the UK...


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May 16, 2017

The Chinese Ministry of Education has some innovative ideas to help educate China’s rural poor.  In addition to expanding enrollment option...