New analysis of Europe's "Bologna" movement suggests that colleges in the U.S. could soon face substantial pressure to better define what their own degrees and credits mean.
For all the talk about globalization, new survey finds many colleges don't show much evidence of embracing study of the world outside the United States.
Or don't. Panelists discuss challenges to collaboration between the two fields, as well as common ground, as largest-ever conference of international educators convenes.
During annual gathering of international educators, panelists discuss the underrepresentation of minorities in education abroad, among other topics.
U.S. officials provide briefing on database for tracking foreign students, presidential candidates' advisers discuss exchanges as a massive gathering of international educators continues.
Applying the art of close interpersonal relationships to international university partnerships -- just another day at NAFSA.
Other hot topics at international ed meeting: visa frustration, study abroad for all majors, and internationalization issues.
Many European nations worry about losing talent to the United States – and so try to raid American campuses in turn.
Going beyond TOEFL, U. of Alabama at Birmingham tests international graduate students on their ability to perform high-level academic work in English.
From a surprising source: Under new agreement, Montana State U. might design and offer two-year degree programs in Abu Dhabi.
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