15 janvier 2020

Int’l students apply to study at UK HEIs in record numbers – UCAS

By Kerrie Kennedy. International students from non-EU countries have applied for places at UK universities in record numbers, while there has been a modest increase in applications from EU students, the latest data from UCAS has revealed. More...

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Japan: HEI makes study abroad compulsory

By Kerrie Kennedy. Japan’s Chiba University has revealed that study abroad will become a compulsory element of undergraduate and postgraduate programs for all students entering the university from 2020. More...

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Dutch Internationalisation “gains pace”

By Kerrie Kennedy. A growing number of Dutch students are gaining international experience through learning languages, taking part in an exchange abroad or using an international curriculum, a new Nuffic report has revealed. But teachers and lecturers are, on average, slower to embrace internationalisation. More...

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Navitas links UK and EU with partnership deal

By Kerrie Kennedy. Lancaster University in the UK has signed an agreement with Australian firm Navitas to assist the HEI to establish and run a branch campus in Leipzig, eastern Germany. More...

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Valeo: £750m move into UK student housing

By Kerrie Kennedy. Valeo Groupe Europe has revealed it plans to invest between £600m and £750m in the UK student accommodation sector over the next four years. More...

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Ireland: DBS partners with Metis

By Kerrie Kennedy. Ireland’s largest independent college, Dublin Business School, has partnered with data science training provider Metis on the college’s first internationally delivered online course, a machine learning module taught live in Dublin by Metis’s New York data science experts. More...

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UK would face “formidable challenge” to replicate Erasmus programs

By Kerrie Kennedy. The House of Lords EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee has called on the UK government to clarify its plans for the country’s future access to Erasmus, warning that it would be a “formidable challenge” to try to replicate at a national level the benefits of the EU’s programs. More...

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Vietnam & UK sign 23 MoUs on education

By Kerrie Kennedy. A total of 23 Memoranda of Understanding were signed between Vietnam and UK education institutions during a forum held in London to boost cooperation and educational investment between the two countries. More...

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Canada: Job scarcity in NS sees students using soup kitchen

By Kerrie Kennedy. The unprecedented influx of international students choosing Canada as their study destination is having a worrying knock-on effect in certain provinces, with a lack of work forcing as many as 20 Cape Breton University international students to rely on a local soup kitchen for their meals. More...

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US political climate causing MBA slump

By Kerrie Kennedy. Almost a third of business schools across the US have identified the domestic political climate as the top reason for the recent slump in applications, while 74% have said they are concerned it will impact international student enrolment in the years to come, a new Kaplan Test Prep survey has revealed. More...

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