New report on international admissions at U.S. graduate schools shows continued growth, driven by big increases in Indian students and despite modest drop in applications from China.
With conflict in Gaza ongoing, some universities with study abroad programs in Israel suspend programs while others stay the course.
As colleges look for low-cost ways to globalize the on-campus learning experience, there's increasing interest in using the Internet to connect with international classrooms.
A rapid growth in the number of international students seeking American high school diplomas creates new recruiting opportunities for colleges.
Once again universities in Iraq are caught in the middle of the conflict.
Teacher training programs in Australia are attracting fewer and fewer of the brightest students entering the country's universities.
New report from Amnesty International documents the increasing repression of Iranian scholars and students during the Ahmadinejad presidency.
At NAFSA conference, international education administrators and scholars discuss ways to help foreign students feel a greater sense of belonging.
A new book challenges the conventional notion that the U.S. is producing too few science and engineering graduates to meet its workforce needs and remain globally competitive.
Experts in area and language studies discuss how to meet rising student demand when federal budget cuts, vanishing tenure-track positions, and lack of commitment to specialized librarians are hurting their fields.
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