As countries vow to become international centers for higher education, can educators distinguish between hype and reality? How do hubs differ?
U.S. universities are recruiting increasing numbers of students from abroad, but many worry about the students' disconnection from campus life.
New preliminary research suggests that the risk of sexual assault for female undergraduates increases during study abroad.
Open Doors data show foreign student enrollments are up 5.7 percent and study abroad 1.3 percent. For the first time in more than 10 years, top category of foreign student is undergraduates.
Recent incidents bring to light the problem of discrimination against international students.
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.
At European gathering of international educators, the appropriate place of English-language courses in the curriculum comes under scrutiny.
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.
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