Students have come back to college. But not all to the United States. The idea that a student would study in another country is not a new concept. The media frequently reports on the number of international studen… Learn more.
The pursuit of global mobility in a world divided up into nations invokes a fundamental dilemma. Free passage without harassment is a right we routinely expect to exercise whenever we travel abroad. Yet the right of … Learn more.
It’s a new year, and we’re dusting off the crystal ball to make new prognostications about the future of global higher education. But first, let’s evaluate the predictions we made last year to find out what we … Learn more.
To cash in on global demand for British higher education, universities have been busy setting up international branch campuses to transplant the UK student experience (or aspects of it) to the Gulf or to China. But t… Learn more.
EAIE is something special in European higher education. This vowel-laden acronym (long referred to playfully by EAIE regulars as the “Ay, yay, yay”—pronounced as a Spanish speaker might groan with a headache) s… Learn more.
It is fashionable to be an educational hub these days. Countries are developing educational cities, villages, and zones designed to house prestigious foreign institutions, often seeming to rely on a Field of Dreams menta… Learn more.