18 mars 2016

LSBF loses Tier 4 licence; hundreds of student visas curtailed

By Beckie Smith. The London School of Business and Finance has had its Tier 4 licence to recruit non-EU students revoked, leading to hundreds of students being told they must leave the UK by the end of next month. More...

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UniQuest raises £650,000 to fund further expansion

By Amy Baker. A UK-based student enrolment management and conversion specialist, UniQuest, has announced it has raised £650,000 in growth capital in an angel financing round. More...

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OBHE report favours ‘nimble’ university centres over IBCs in China

By Sara Custer. China may no longer be a land as fertile for establishing international branch campuses as it once was according to a report released by the Observatory on Borderless Higher Education. More...

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NZ: US study abroad, private providers drive growth in visa approvals

By Natalie Marsh. International student visa approval rates in New Zealand continue to rise, with the US driving much of the growth among HE providers while enrolments at private training institutions continue to flourish. More...

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Study Group to end partnership with UMS

By Natalie Marsh. Study Group’s partnership with the University of Maine System, a network of public universities in Maine in the US, will end in July, after just three years. More...

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StudyPortals grows ETP data to top 1,000 unis

By Natalie Marsh. International study choice platform, StudyPortals, has launched a tool that allows students to compare English taught programmes around the world offered by the top 1,000 universities, it has announced. More...

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Graduates to get employability boost

HomeThe Graduates Tracker Study system has indicated a total of 54,867 graduates were unemployed in 2015 in the period of three months before convocation.
Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh said the number translated to 23.9% out of the 229,568 graduates surveyed in the graduates' employability study.
The benchmark used in Malaysia to evaluate graduates is significantly shorter compared with a similar international study, which uses a longer standard of one year. More...

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'Exemplary action must be taken against fake universities'

Business StandardConcerned over fake universities duping students in the country, a Parliamentary panel has sought "exemplary" action against such bodies and those who violate UGC guidelines. More...

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One in three UK universities suffer a cyber attack every hour

Résultat de recherche d'images pour VMware survey suggests 87% of universities report experiencing cyber attacks, 25% have had critical research data infiltrated and 43% have had student data attacked
UK universities are being plagued by cyber attacks, with one in three facing an attack every hour, according to research from VMware. More...

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Laureate Education sells two international universities

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "baltimoresun.com logo"By Carrie Wells. Laureate Education, the Baltimore-based company that owns for-profit colleges around the world, plans to sell two European hospitality management schools for about $384 million. More...

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