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Students crowdfunding to build nursery in Africa

Donations are needed to help student architects build new nursery in Africa

International learning - seize the opportunity

How HE commercial services professionals can gain valuable insights into other cultures in a b...

FutureLearn announces first US university partners

FutureLearn launches partnership with five leading US institutions

Brexit - what it means for your international students

VWV's Tom Brett Young discusses what might happen to the rules and regulations which are curre...

QMU students take up scholarships in Budapest

Queen Margaret University students benefit from legacy of St Margaret with study scholarship i...

Universities can help their communities navigate Brexit

In the aftermath of the Brexit vote, universities have a responsibility to help their local co...

The Trump effect: what next for international students?

Concerns about the future for international students in the US have been overstated, says Stud...

FutureLearn offers full online degrees

FutureLearn and Deakin University the first to offer range of degrees delivered entirely on a ...

Is there a crisis brewing in American higher education?

More and more young people are wondering if college is worth the prohibitive cost, but a degre...

Birmingham MPs visit University's new institute in China

It is the first non-profit, Chinese-foreign cooperatively run educational institution in Hubei...

The Death of the Intellectual

Given the current state of international politics, the sooner we find someone who can stand up...

Asylum seeker students find sanctuary in Sheffield

Six new students, who are asylum seekers from around the world, receive scholarships from the ...

How the HE sector can manage the risk of Brexit

Brexit will mean a lot of changes for UK universities. Here are some tips to help survive them...

First University of Central Asia campus opens

The first UCA campus opens in mountain community of Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic

First refugees join Brighton scholarship programme

Two refugees, one from war-torn Aleppo, have become the first to study at Uni of Brighton unde...

QMU joins #WeAreInternational campaign

QMU supports the #WeAreInternational campaign drive to recognise the benefits of international...

The Economist releases 2016 MBA rankings

American schools continue to dominate the top ten

University celebrates 10 years in China

Celebrations took place in Shanghai marking 10 years since Birmingham City University establis...

UK gov funding support for EU students to continue

Students from the EU applying to study in the UK will continue to be eligible for funding in 2...

$27m scholarship programme for African students

The Scholars Program has committed more than US $700 million to support the education and lead...

First Contemporary Arts China Master's degree launches in UK

The new course will allow students to gain experience in the field of Contemporary Arts in Chi...

Leicester announces 'life-changing' scholarships

Six prestigious Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships awarded to students from around th...

US dominates Reuters ranking

Stanford, MIT and Harvard top the second annual Reuters Top 100 ranking of the world's most in...

China's rapid rise as an international student destination

Student.com report reveals the impending requirement for accommodation as international studen...

International partnership creates new fashion opportunities

A new fashion studio for students has opened at TMUC, Pakistan

Almost 90% of Australian graduates in full-time employment

New AGS survey also finds majority of university graduates find full-time employment within fo...

What do international students think of UK after Brexit?

Hobsons survey finds many students now less likely to study in UK but weaker pound makes UK mo...

Post-Brexit bookings, Keep Calm and Carry On

It seems that we are all adapting the rather British approach to the Leave vote, says Student....

Student Hotel adds to Italian portfolio with Bologna opening

Dutch Group, The Student Hotel, has further international plans to expand horizons for student...

Brexit, a vote against the status quo

It has been suggested that 'leave' was a protest vote against the status quo, with many voting...

Science, HE and Brexit; negotiating an uncertain road

By Professor Jenny Higham, Principal, St George's, University of London

Student employability scheme for international students

Study Group is launching a new employability scheme designed for international students, calle...

BREXIT, how to make (almost) everyone happy

A pro-European Prime Minister would get better treatment and more flexibility from the EU, say...

New partnership helps Northampton go global

London based HE provider partners with the University of Northampton to offer international st...

Nottingham Trent expands international links

Nottingham Trent University and Jamaica National Building Society agreement is to open up scho...

China visit enhances University's sporting links

Senior leaders from China's Guangzhou Sport University (GSU) visited Birmingham City Universit...

Adapting to change, the impact of Brexit on HE

All of a sudden even the most resistant university professor will need to acknowledge that mar...

How universities can help international students succeed

By Vaughan Leyshon, Centre Director, University of Sussex International Study Centre

London and China team up for Joint Educational Institute

Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and the Northwestern Polytechnical University (NPU), la...

Brexit: what does it mean for the higher education sector?

Veale Wasbrough Vizards examine the wide-ranging impacts Brexit could have for the UK HE secto...