Number of enrolled international students rises 10 percent, and government officials say policy changes position the country well against competitors in Europe and North America.
After N.Y.U. professor working on migrant labor issues is barred from entering the United Arab Emirates, questions emerge about implications for faculty at the university's branch campus there.
Analysis of international branch campuses suggests that the trend isn't going away, but won't work for all institutions.
Multiple governmental initiatives seek to increase academic mobility and scientific collaboration with the U.S.
At international education conference, panelists discuss how to develop more meaningful international collaborations.
UMass, after consulting with State Department, reverses policy that would have prohibited Iranian students from enrolling in certain programs.
At a conference for international education administrators, sessions focus on whether universities are setting high enough expectations for students when they study abroad.
University of Warwick plans to construct a campus outside Sacramento on land where Drexel University once planned to build.
European university leaders are worried about the potential higher education-related impacts of two trade agreements involving the U.S. that are under negotiation.
With the growth of Chinese students on U.S. campuses, the impact of geopolitical tensions on interpersonal relations can't be ignored, a new study suggests.
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