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UMD: A Globally Connected University
University Degree Remains ‘A Remote Dream’ for Many in Latin America
Latin America needs a HE system that promotes equality across the region, says Carolina Guzmán-Valenzuela.
Why Academics Were Ignored With Brexit
An often anti-intellectual campaign to leave the EU triumphed, leaving scholars in Britain wondering why so many appear to distrust them.
Brexit Shows How Much We Need International Education
EU referendum campaign exposed clear divisions within British society.
In a Globalized World, are Non-Westerners Seen As Fully Human?
After Attacks on Muslims, Many Ask: Where Is the Outpouring?
ELS Expands in Japan, India to Support US Growth
ELS Educational Services is undergoing a strategic expansion to support its pathway growth in the US that will open up new recruitment channels in Japan and India.
‘Not Dead Yet’ Britian Insists
Albert Kyle, a UMD finance professor, says foreign investment might even increase following the UK’s vote to withdraw from the European Union.
Russia: Project 5-100 Doubles Foreign Students
Russia’s flagship higher education internationalisation initiative, Project 5-100, is beginning to see results.
Working Together, We Have a Real Chance to Make Global Education a Reality
World leaders tasked with exploring education funding have a clear message for the UN secretary general: to put schooling first is to put society first.
Being Un-American on the Job Market
When search committees promote a one-size-fits-all model of successful job interviewees, they erase or undervalue rich professional experiences.
Latin American ‘Privatisation’ and Research Performance Under Fire
Progress needed on equity, quality assurance and research, says University of Chile academic.