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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. 

Student Visa Fraud: Universities and Governments ‘Must Be Proactive’

Canada’s provincial system ‘allows more room for corruption’, says OBHE researcher. 

Prioritise International Education, NAFSA Urges Presidential Hopefuls

NAFSA’s board of directors has urged presidential hopefuls to create a “more welcoming and globally engaged United States”. 

Anthropology Group Won't Boycott Israel

Members of the American Anthropological Association narrowly vote down a resolution to boycott Israeli academic institutions. 

Global Public Health Scholars Present Global Health Workforce Research at CUGH Conference

Three undergraduate students along with SPH faculty and graduate student advisors, traveled to present research at the Consortium for Universities in Global Health. 

US: 56% HEIs in Pathway Partnerships Not Nationally Ranked

Education institutions who have partnered with pathway providers are not placed on the national rankings.

CEG’s ONCAMPUS Announces Fifth US Partner

Cambridge Education Group has established a new partnership through its ONCAMPUS arm. 

International Agent Use Expanding

Surveys show an increasing number of U.S. institutions are working with commissioned agents to recruit international students.

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