An Australian report says the disappearance of prerequisites in science and mathematics fields has many students entering universities unprepared, and urges they be reintroduced.
Peking U. fires economics professor in widely watched test case for academic freedom in China -- an outcome that some Western academics have said should raise questions about partnerships there.
Report finds significant increase in master's programs taught in English in continental Europe.
Survey finds that just 13 percent of international applicants who used education agents knew whether they earned commissions from colleges.
At gathering focused on global learning, faculty and others discuss diverse strategies for integrating it within the curriculum.
A campus and a palace (replica): how one university seeks to grow its presence in China.
At annual National Association for College Admission Counseling meeting, members discuss a pending vote to permit the use of commissioned agents in international student recruiting.
U.S. agency withdraws threat of sharp cuts for higher ed development programs -- but confirms that contract for association-led intermediary won't be renewed after 2015 expiration.
College officials raise concerns about the private international student health insurance market, where there are plans that exclude coverage for chemotherapy or only pay up to $3,000 for surgery.
A new report from the British Council analyzes the landscape for cross-border education and identifies countries with the most and least favorable climates.
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