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UMD: A Globally Connected University
The Massification of Higher Education: Chinese Student Experiences
Is class becoming as important as academic attainment in China? asks Ka Ho Mok.
EU Impact on Life Sciences
Committee comes to no firm conclusion on whether common framework for research & commercialisation is good for the UK.
GoAbroad Awards Reward Innovation in International Ed
LGBTQ ally training, emergency scholar funds and sending a US university mascot “across the pond” were some of the initiatives that were celebrated.
Education Reform in India: Capturing the 'Demographic Dividend'
India's population is growing younger: by 2020 the average age will be 29.
Asia Society Global Education Efforts and Chinese Language Initiatives Recognized at U.S.-China Dialogue in Beijing
Asia Society’s work in global education was recognized this week at the annual U.S.-China Consultation.
Personal Touch Key to Recruiting Indian Undergrads
Demand for international Indian undergraduate study is now growing.
'Universities in a Dangerous World'
The biennial Scholars at Risk gathering focuses on threats to scholars and academic values globally.
International Students Are Worth More Than Their Tuition Fees
A strong international presence on campus is worth more than money in the bank.
US-China 100,000 Strong Foundation Rebrands
The 100,000 Strong Foundation, set up to enhance relations between the US and China, has this week rebranded.
NAFSA: International Educators Told to Combat ‘Unwelcoming Rhetoric’
The international education community has a vital role to play in promoting the values of openness and inclusion.