International higher education

Coming to America

Washington U. in St. Louis offers an elite group of international students a graduate education -- and sends professors home with them.

New Challenge on Visa Denials

Academic and civil liberties groups seek documents to explain why some leading scholars are kept out of U.S.

Exchanges Start to Bounce Back

Foreign enrollments in U.S. see slight drop while record number of American students study abroad.

The Necessity of Student Exchanges

Experts on panel say attracting foreign students must be a national priority.

Educating Africa, Virtually

New grant aims to help African teachers harness power of the Internet to try to educate a struggling continent.

Quality Control Across Borders

OECD and Unesco propose new safeguards against the export of low-quality higher education.

Shift on International Education

Secretaries of State and Education invite college presidents to private meeting to consider ways to promote exchanges.

Bush Push on 'Critical' Foreign Languages

On Thursday, President Bush and a bevy of government officials -- including the secretaries of state, education and defense -- announced a wide ranging plan to enhance the foreign language skills of American students.

A Seven Continent First

Pacific Lutheran U. gets a leg up in international education, with students studying on every continent at the same time.

New International Alliance

10 leading universities worldwide -- including Berkeley and Yale from U.S. -- create partnership designed to move beyond typical exchanges.

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