21 janvier 2020

Open Doors reaction: stakeholders express mixed views over latest data

By Kerrie Kennedy. The latest Open Doors Report has prompted a mixed reaction from stakeholders and international educators across the globe, ranging from excitement about increasing educational exchange to concerns that despite the “extraordinary lengths” being made to attract students to the US, declines are continuing. More...

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The Access Platform partners with INTO

By Kerrie Kennedy. Education partnering organisation INTO has adopted The Access Platform as its peer recruitment partner to support the Brighton-based company’s global recruitment strategy using TAP’s technology to attract, engage and convert prospects through the testimony of current students. More...

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Most students “overwhelmingly satisfied” with US study experience, but challenges remain

By Kerrie Kennedy. International students who chose the US are overwhelmingly satisfied (91%) with their experience, with more than three-quarters saying they feel welcome in the country, a new survey by World Education Services has shown. Despite this, many continue to face mental health, adjustment, and other challenges. More...

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Shorelight collaborates with UNH

By Kerrie Kennedy. Shorelight has announced its newest university collaboration with the creation of UNH International at the University of New Hampshire. More...

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Inaugural WIE Summit takes place in Berlin

By Kerrie Kennedy. The inaugural Women in International Education Leadership Summit and the third annual WIE awards have taken place in Berlin, to celebrate and connect international educators and organisations who have shown exceptional commitment to gender equality in the workplace. More...

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Record number of int’l grads seeking jobs in Japan

By Kerrie Kennedy. The number of international students gaining work visas in Japan after graduating from universities or vocational schools hit a record high in 2018, following a surge in demand for foreign workers to help deal with a labour crunch caused by the country’s ageing population and low birthrate. More...

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Oxford Brookes U: new programs in China, Greece

By Kerrie Kennedy. Two new undergraduate courses have been launched in the latest wave of development between the UK’s Oxford Brookes University and Chengdu University of Technology in Sichuan Province, China. More...

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“Alarming” evidence of Chinese meddling in UK universities, report finds

By Kerrie Kennedy. There is “alarming” evidence of Chinese influence on university campuses and potential risks to academic freedom of British institutions targeting partnerships in China, a report published by the UK parliament’s foreign affairs committee has revealed. More...

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NOKUT extends HE scheme to Poland, Lithuania

By Kerrie Kennedy. The Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education has extended a scheme for automatic recognition of higher education qualifications from the Nordic countries to graduates from Poland and Lithuania. More...

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Study abroad shapes global citizens – AFS

By Kerrie Kennedy. Study abroad programs effectively prepare young people to navigate, work and volunteer in global and multicultural environments, with the majority  (87%) of respondents to a new survey revealing that their experience enabled them to become “global citizens”. More...

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