A public university in Italy transitions to English-only instruction. Meanwhile, some Israelis worry that institutions there have moved too far in that direction. Can universities be both “international” and “national"?
While American universities are among those that profit from international education, other countries pursue a different path.
International Association of Universities issues call to make ethical considerations central as institutions cross borders.
Finland moves to merge its smaller universities, saying that combined institutions can better compete internationally. Some faculty who will have to commute in the Arctic question the move.
British government's major investment in initiative to improve university teaching failed to raise standards, a study finds.
At gathering of university educators from around the world, support for collaboration remains strong, but many voice worries about the one-sided nature of many such efforts.
At gathering of university leaders from around the world, some are unwilling to embrace the critique of higher education currently popular in American circles.
At U. of Maryland University College, often held up as a model institution, faculty expressed concerns about president's leadership long before she was placed on leave last week.
Affirmative action study at one of India's best universities finds that those from disadvantaged groups don't catch up.
Months after faculty members voted down plan to charge foreign students U.S. tuition for program entirely abroad, a scaled-back program wins approval.
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