A public/private partnership aimed at strengthening international enrollments and programming at Oregon State has promise, but has come at the cost of the English Language Institute's accreditation.
Turns out, it's mainly about the money, a survey shows.
At international educators' conference, panelists discuss the impact of the financial crisis on student mobility.
Research explores impact of short-term study abroad, and factors that put foreign students at risk of cultural adjustment problems.
At La Roche, an idealistic program to reach students from countries in conflict was too ambitious to sustain, and yet it transformed the institution.
When it comes to international students, the still-controversial practice of paying commissions to recruiters gains greater acceptance, and visibility.
Hawaii is sunny and serious. Iowa has four seasons and is more diverse than you think. Recruiting messages for international students reflect states, not institutions.
WASHINGTON – Leaders of international and multicultural education offices may not always talk much, but here at the At Home in the World: Educating for Global Connections and Local Commitments Summer Institute, there’s plenty of discussion of potential “synergies” -- and “creative tensions,” too.
Attendees at Unesco World Conference on Higher Education, the second such gathering, will discuss "new dynamics" and persistent challenges -- including expanding access and combating degree mills.
It's a late start, but government officials prepare to send a pilot group of 500 to 700 students abroad starting this fall.
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