International higher education

Access and Equity -- Worldwide

University leaders from 80 countries gather for triennial meeting.

Speedier Visas

A Government Accountability Office report released Friday finds that the average time foreign scholars and students must wait for a key federal visa review has shrunk to about two weeks from more than two months last year, according to the Associated Press.

Foreign Applications Fall Again

Survey finds a 5 percent drop in those seeking a graduate education, following a 28 percent decline last year.

Cost and Safety, or Politics?

A community college district abandons a program in Spain, citing terror and cost concerns. One trustee blames Spain's withdrawal of troops in Iraq.

Visa Crisis Over, State Dept. Claims

Educators dispute rosy analysis and say foreign students continue to face obstacles.

Falling Behind in International Education

A Congressional hearing suggests an easing of visa problems but a looming crisis in U.S. competitiveness.

Remaining in Spain

A few weeks after ending study abroad program in Spain for practical and political reasons, a community collegereverses itself.

Catch-22 for Israeli Academics

The latest Web sites to attack academics who criticize Israel focuses on academics in Israel.

Yet Another Problem for Study Abroad

The weak dollar is taking a toll on American students abroad and Chinese students in Europe.

The Call to Qatar

Georgetown University will become the next American college to offer degrees in the Middle East.


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