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  1. Report Considers Global Rise in Youth Unemployment

    A new report on youth employability from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development finds that 39 million 16- to 29-year-olds across the OECD countries were not employed and not in education or training in 2013 -- an increase of 5 mi ...

    Elizabeth Redden - May 27 2015

  2. Retuning GlobalHigherEd

    Kris Olds & Susan Robertson's blog ...

    Kris Olds & Susan Robertson - May 22 2015

  3. Vice president of global admissions and enrollment

    Celina Clarich Polanco New York Film Academy Friday, May 15, 2015 Director of admissions Relativity Education ...

    frontdesk - May 15 2015

  4. Essay on what's next for European higher education

    Global International higher education ...

    Manja Klemenčič and Paul Ashwin - May 26 2015

  5. Essay on the British election campaign and campaign promises about higher education

    Global International higher education U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron ...

    Christopher R. Marsicano - May 26 2015

  6. The Global Technology Management Conference (GTMC2015)


    Anonymous - Apr 20 2015

  7. U of San Francisco gives gaokao-based admissions a try in China

    students with good gaokao scores,” Michael Gow, a global postdoctoral fellow at New York University’s ...

    Elizabeth Redden - May 20 2015

  8. Japanese government gives $15 million to U.S. universities for endowed professorships in Japanese politics

    New Money for Japan Studies The Japanese government recently announced gifts of $5 million each to support the study of contemporary Japanese politics and foreign policy at Columbia and Georgetown Universities and the Massachusetts Insti ...

    Elizabeth Redden - May 19 2015

  9. Essay urges college presidents to personally become involved in fight against poverty

    generously to relieve global poverty. Our motivation for joining the pledge is to do our part to help ...

    Nannerl O. Keohane - May 11 2015

  10. Leaders of higher education in Chile discuss prospects for reform

    Protest and Reform in Chile Chile’s universities face an uncertain decade ahead as the government revamps the higher education system. ...

    Holly Else for Times Higher Education - May 21 2015

  11. Author discusses his new book on the rise of English as the dominant language of science

    Is it good for science that there is a global language dominating scientific communication? A: ...

    Scott Jaschik - May 22 2015

  12. New reports consider whether Australia's quest for international student tuition revenue is eroding standards

    pick out two out-of-context and edited sentences made by the EduGlobal adviser from a 20 minutes’ counseling session has shown ...

    Elizabeth Redden - May 4 2015

  13. Colleges announce commencement speakers

    Washington & Jefferson College : Howard Fineman, global editorial director of the AOL Huffington Post ...

    Scott Jaschik - May 19 2015

  14. 5 Reasons To Hold an EdTech Conference in Montreal

    are global.   Reason #3 - Montreal Has Excellent Transportation Links: Is it really more ...

    Joshua Kim - May 25 2015

  15. Interviews with academics living in parts of Iraq controlled by ISIS

    Academics Living Under ISIS Harrowing stories of the suffering and dilemmas faced by academics in Islamic State-controlled areas of Iraq have emerged through testimonies given to the Council for At-Risk Academics (CARA). ...

    Matthew Reisz for Times Higher Education - May 15 2015



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