New College of the Humanities, in London, seeks to meld the American liberal arts and Oxford tutorial models. But critics have focused on its £18,000 annual price tag and its corporate structure.
U.S., Canada and European higher ed groups object to prospect that OECD's worldwide measure will be used to rank countries.
At European gathering of international educators, speakers ask, "Where are we headed?"
Fraud in international higher education is a very big business, experts at a global conference say.
In stripping London Metropolitan of the right to sponsor international students, regulators cite "systemic failures." But the debate over the university's fate is entangled with larger debates about international students and immigration.
An American journalism professor receives glowing evaluations at Zayed University, in the United Arab Emirates, and then is suddenly asked to leave his position -- and the country.
American program administrators in Egypt foresee greater stability, not complications, with election of first Islamist president.
International education experts debate whether developing countries should focus their time and money on colleges and universities that educate the elite or the masses.
Stories about colleges in New York and North Dakota highlight the lack of independent authority overseeing the quality of universities’ efforts abroad.
Technion's partnership with Cornell and the pair's planned New York City campus could signal new era for Israeli universities and more prominence for Israeli science.
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