28 juin 2015

UK government aims to restrict non-EU workers

By Natalie Marsh. The UK government has announced it will be looking into cutting the number of migrant workers entering the UK from outside of the EU. More...

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UK: QAA publishes student experience guide

By Natalie Marsh. The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education has published a guide for UK higher education providers to support and enhance the experience of international students studying at their institutions. More...

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Africa: balance between HE and TVET needed to meet upskill demand

By Natalie Marsh. A balance is needed between higher education and vocational training in Africa if it is to face the task of upskilling its enormous youth population, education leaders from across the continent have urged. More...

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StudyPortals expands further into Asian market

By Natalie Marsh. StudyPortals is taking a step towards its goal of global transparency in study choice after announcing this week that it will be taking over study search platform, StudentOrient.org. More...

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New service to further clamp down on UKHE fraud

By Natalie Marsh. The UK’s Department for Business, Innovation and Skills will target fake university websites in its latest efforts to clamp down on higher education fraud. More...

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CEO of STB urges language schools to innovate

By Beckie Smith. The CEO of one of Brazil’s largest study travel agencies says that language schools have failed to spot a new niche in the study travel sector for global citizenship and aspirational learning programmes, equipping students with life skills beyond language acquisition. More...

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