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Distance Doctoral Students ‘Invisible’ to Universities

People were studying remotely for higher degrees long before COVID, researchers say, and universities should pay them more attention.

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Avoiding Curricular Pitfalls of Study Abroad

If not designed carefully, study abroad programs risk reinforcing injustices, epistemic and otherwise, Liz Bucar writes.

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Inflation and Housing Costs vs. International Education

Inflation and housing costs lead one in every two potential international students to reconsider, survey finds.

Virtual Exchanges Promote Equity in Global Learning

Proponents argue that virtual exchange programs shouldn’t be dismissed as “second best” to on-the-ground study abroad, and they can expand the global learning ecosystem in important ways.

Russia-Ukraine War Disrupts Study Abroad

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has prompted some colleges to recall students from study abroad programs; future programs in certain parts of Eastern Europe may also be in jeopardy.

The State of Virtual International Exchange

New report looks at the state of virtual international exchanges that connect youths across countries for curricular or noncurricular projects or dialogues.

International Enrollments Begin to Recover

Colleges report a 68 percent surge in new international students enrolled this fall, following steep pandemic-related drops last year. The Open Doors survey also tracks the pandemic’s effect on study abroad.

‘Studying Abroad, Speaking Out’

Report on speech policies for students studying abroad speaks to tensions in balancing student rights and student safety overseas.