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October 18, 2017
A federal judge in Hawaii on Tuesday issued a temporary restraining order blocking the implementation of a new iteration of the Trump administration’s travel ban. The ban, which was scheduled to go fully into effect today, would block all would-be travelers from North Korea and Syria in addition to prohibiting all immigrant travel and imposing various restrictions on certain types of nonimmigrant travel for nationals of Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Venezuela
October 13, 2017
Update: After the item below was published, organizers informed Inside Higher Ed that Jair Bolsonaro decided not to appear.
October 11, 2017
International students make up the large majority of full-time students in many graduate science- and engineering-related programs, and their numbers have been rising much faster than the number of domestic students, according to a new report from the National Foundation for American Policy, a research organization focused on immigration and the economy.
October 10, 2017
The U.S. embassy has suspended all non-immigrant visa processing in Turkey after the arrest of a consulate employee, prompting Turkey to respond by stopping visa processing for Americans, The New York Times reported. 
October 9, 2017
Seeking to “invert the model” of U.S. universities opening campuses abroad, the University of Washington and China’s Tsinghua University will open degree-granting academic center near Seattle.
October 9, 2017
The majority of graduate business programs in the U.S. reported declines in international applications this year compared to last year, even as the majority of programs in Canada and Europe reported increases, according to a survey of 965 graduate business programs in 45 countries conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council, which owns and administers the GMAT entrance test.
October 4, 2017
Central European University provided an update Tuesday on the status of negotiations between the Hungarian and New York State governments over an agreement that would allow the institution, which is chartered in New York but does not have a campus there, to continue to operate in Budapest. A law signed in April that among other things would require CEU to offer educational programs in New York has called the university’s future in Hungary into question.
October 2, 2017
More than half (53.3 percent) of alumni of study abroad programs say they believe their study abroad experience contributed to them receiving a job offer, according to a survey on the relationship between study abroad and career outcomes published today by the Institute of International Education. The majority of those surveyed (78 percent) said they had discussed studying abroad in a job interview. 
October 2, 2017
Several study abroad providers said they planned to continue their programming in Cuba after the U.S. Department of State issued a warning on Friday advising American citizens against travel to the country and ordered the departure of nonemergency diplomatic staff.
September 29, 2017
Senior university leaders in Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and elsewhere in the Caribbean discuss the damage caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria, which destroyed buildings and displaced students.

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