13 février 2019

US-Turkey non-immigrant visas resume

By Kerrie Kennedy. The US embassy in Turkey has resumed normal visa services for Turkish citizens, including student visas. It said Turkish authorities had adhered to assurances that no local staff would be detained or arrested for performing their duties. More...

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StudyPortals and AACSB in global partnership

By Kerrie Kennedy. StudyPortals and AACSB International have announced a new partnership to promote awareness among students about the value of pursuing a business degree from AACSB-accredited institutions worldwide. More...

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UK: SIEM 2017 showcases new market trends

By Kerrie Kennedy. The recent British Council Services for International Education Marketing conference saw more than 450 delegates and international education professionals from over 40 countries gather in Scotland to discuss fresh approaches for connecting with international students worldwide. More...

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Mayors call for “more welcoming” UK policy

By Kerrie Kennedy. Seven regional mayors from across England have written a letter urging the government to reconsider the vital contribution international students make to the country after a new report revealed international students bring economic benefits to the UK worth 10 times the cost of hosting them. More...

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ELS embarks on first pathways program with CLU

By Kerrie Kennedy. California Lutheran University and ELS Educational Services have signed a new agreement to develop a graduate pathway program aiming to enhance the university’s international student educational experience and extend its global reach. More...

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‘Dreamers’ pursue degrees in Toronto

By Kerrie Kennedy. A group of 10 ‘Dreamers’ living in Ontario, Canada with uncertain immigration status have been given the opportunity to study for a degree as part of a pilot program launched by York University and FCJ Refugee Centre. More...

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ELS reveals first undergrad pathway program

By Kerrie Kennedy. ELS Educational Services and the University of St.Thomas in Minnesota have signed an agreement to develop an undergraduate pathway program to prepare international students for study at the university by allowing them to take English courses and core requirement courses simultaneously. More...

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Spain: Malaga hosts Education Week

By Kerrie Kennedy. Language tourism was the talk of the capital of the Costa del Sol earlier this month when more than 500 professionals gathered to share views, exchange information and debate future trends as part of the inaugural Malaga Education Week. More...

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US: fewer int’l grad students in S&E programs

By Kerrie Kennedy. International student enrollment in US graduate science and engineering programs dropped 6% in 2017, a new report from the National Science Board has revealed. More...

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McGill & Kyoto University create joint PhD program

By Kerrie Kennedy. Delegates from Montréal’s McGill University and Kyoto University, Japan, had much to celebrate this month after the establishment of a ground-breaking joint PhD between the institutions. More...

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