British branch campus finds 1 in 8 students guilty of academic misconduct.
New index compares progress at universities in transforming themselves, post-apartheid. Not all academics applaud the tool.
Peking U. fires economics professor in widely watched test case for academic freedom in China -- an outcome that some Western academics have said should raise questions about partnerships there.
Report finds significant increase in master's programs taught in English in continental Europe.
American institutions are woefully behind when it comes to language education, and fewer jobs for students are among the many consequences, professors and policymakers say at conference.
German rectors want to see the post-election federal government do more to support higher education.
U.S. agency withdraws threat of sharp cuts for higher ed development programs -- but confirms that contract for association-led intermediary won't be renewed after 2015 expiration.
Are students in Arab higher education held back by attitudes about challenging instructors and fully participating in the classroom?
More than 4,000 Brazilian undergraduates will be on U.S. campuses this fall on government scholarships.
Many British universities lack policies on what kind of help foreign students can receive.
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