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June 27, 2018
In case closely watched by higher education, justices find that Trump was within his authority in restricting entry to the U.S. for nationals from a group of mostly Muslim-majority countries.
June 25, 2018
Eastern Michigan hopes resident tuition rates will attract many more international undergraduates.
June 25, 2018
The president of the Association of Asian Studies last week wrote a column about the controversy surrounding the association’s upcoming conference in India.
June 25, 2018
A Russian agency has revoked the accreditation of a prestigious private university, the Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences (logo at right), “in what critics fear could further erode independent education in the country," The Moscow Times reported.
June 21, 2018
The University of Exeter apologized after a career services employee included a quote from a German World War II general in what was meant to be a motivational email to students, the BBC reported. An Exeter spokesman said the career services staff member found the quote from the German general, Erwin Rommel, on the website Quotefancy. The quote reads, "One cannot permit unique opportunities to slip by for the sake of trifles."
June 20, 2018
Pathway providers are shaking up the international student recruitment landscape, and the incentives they offer recruiting agents are attracting scrutiny.
June 20, 2018
Some third-party pathway partnerships have ended.
June 19, 2018
The number of universities contracting with corporate entities to recruit for and manage first-year programs for international students keeps growing. As competition increases, institutions report mixed results with the model.
June 19, 2018
Third-party pathway programs have a wide range of academic and financial models. Here's an overview and some of the key corporate players.
June 19, 2018
Kings Education mostly recruits students to small private institutions with the expectation of transfer. At one Kings partner, those the company recruited made up almost 40 percent of all undergraduates last fall.

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