At global meeting on higher education, parallels -- cutbacks, tough questions on quality, stubbornness of status quo -- overpower the historical differences.
A new report assesses how the internationalization of higher education is changing and why it's becoming more important than ever before.
Universities that lack distinctive missions will go extinct, British pro vice chancellor warns.
Landmark report proposes that government slash teaching subsidies and let student fees rise, in expectation that competition and choice drive quality.
Incoming and (in podcast) departing presidents of American University in Cairo discuss role of key institution in a volatile region.
Speaker tells European rectors that process of unifying higher education has eroded the rights of individual universities.
Two-year institution in U.S. awarded grant to help Indian institutions improve their career and technical education offerings.
Higher ed groups and U.S. back 11 partnerships in which American universities will help African peer institutions solve -- and take ownership of -- problems they've identified.
Universities establish physical presences abroad -- and some consider new model that would bypass the controversy over commission-based agents.
A leading academic has called for top European universities to be directly funded through the European Union in a bid to ensure that the Continent retains its competitiveness and economic power.
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