In wake of high-profile murders at Louisiana State, experts consider the impact on conceptions of U.S. campus safety among prospective international students.
New Fairleigh Dickinson U. program doesn't require Korean students to excel in ESL before earning credits toward their degrees.
Money, power and student mobility are among the topics as educators grapple with what globalization really means.
Michigan tried to fight illegal immigration by making it harder to drive -- and ended up creating problems for foreign students who have visas.
U.S. House members seek ideas on how to better help foreign students and scholars get into the U.S.
At Arizona State, a scholarship to deal with impact of a referendum disappears; in Michigan, right to get licenses is restored.
Number of foreign applicants to U.S. graduate programs increased by only 3 percent this year, survey shows, while about a third of schools saw declines.
In new wave of government scholarship program, the emphasis is on graduate students, not undergrads.
At Abilene Christian U.'s commencement, Madagascar's leader joined 24 graduating scholars supported by his government, with hopes of greater good.
U.S. officials provide briefing on database for tracking foreign students, presidential candidates' advisers discuss exchanges as a massive gathering of international educators continues.
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