The start of the academic year is fast approaching, with new students from across the UK looking forward to starting university with a mix of trepidation and excitement. The UK is also a popular place for internatio… Learn more.
The Trump administration moved over the weekend to ban all immigration from seven Muslim nations, including stopping the entry of students and scholars with valid study and work visas from those countries. A large n… Learn more.
This year will be an auspicious year for many reasons. Russia will celebrate the centenary of the Bolshevik revolution. Canada will celebrate its 150th birthday. But there are also portents of a year of change and … Learn more.
The US and the UK are top of the most desirable destinations for international students. Every third globally mobile student is enrolled in either of these two countries. In 2016, both countries faced sociopolitical… Learn more.
If you were to compare a Dutch university classroom from the 2000s with one from today, one difference would jump out at you: the international character. Over the past decade and a half, internationalisation has taken f… Learn more.
A university education is a highly valued commodity in Asia. Australia has benefited from this in terms of the economic advantages international education has brought. In 2015, there were 272,095 higher education … Learn more.
Just over 10 years ago, the president of Emory University, my Atlanta-based institution, told an international planning group that he wanted to hear many languages during his daily walks across campus. This vision was… Learn more.
Analysing Chinese student mobility patterns over the past two decades reveals impressive statistics. Currently, Chinese students are the most mobile students in higher education. Twenty per cent of all international s… Learn more.
Through its higher education system, the US student population is slowly shedding an unfortunate image it may have once had of being rather parochial. The US continues to be the destination of choice for students worldwi… Learn more.
In 1923, a young boy leaves his small village in India and travels by boat to study at Columbia University in the United States. This is a time when only five out of every hundred of India’s three hundred millio… Learn more.