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US international student applicants more career-focused

Report shines new light on contemporary trends surrounding international study

Green boost for NTU Singapore campus

University is constructing a sports hall and 'Lego-style' residential buildings to reduce ener...

How MOOCs are used around the world

New study on MOOCs in developing countries reveals half of users receive certification

The ins and outs of the EU

Leaving the EU could wipe out more than 3% of all UK laws overnight, according to a University...

Student Hotel expands into Florence

The Dutch group Student Hotel picks Florence to start 600 million euro European expansion

Brexit: Implications for rights and citizenship

Why the public needs to know more about the implications for human rights if we change our rel...

Should I stay or should I go?

Universities UK's cross-party debate asked if students should care about the EU. IE Editor Ste...

How are civil penalties impacting the HE sector?

By Tijen Ahmet, Solicitor at SA Law

Student happiness up down under

Student satisfaction with their experience at Australian universities continues at record high...

Manchester Metropolitan University awarded AACSB

Manchester Met is now part of an elite global group of Business Schools after being awarded th...

UK global leader for international institutions

Imperial College London is top UK institution (in 10th place), followed by seven more UK insti...

Birmingham Institute of Fashion expands in China

Teachers enjoy a first-look at Birmingham City University's new China institute

Delivering child protection in India

The University of Bedfordshire is working in partnership with Save the Children to train Child...

Love thy neighbour

Australian and Indonesian university partnerships are at their highest level

The global significance of liberal arts

By Professor Christina Slade, Vice-Chancellor at Bath Spa University

Nottingham partnerships reach new far-east deal

The University of Nottingham partners with Asia's biggest construction company on joint projec...

Regent's set to benefit from European Commission award

Regent's University London will share the 215,000 euro award for developing transnational care...

Which are the best young global universities?

In QS's annual ranking of the best universities in the world under 50 years old, Asian univers...

Stand out with the Class of 2020

The annual conference welcomed its biggest ever crowd to Amsterdam to discuss hot topics in st...

MSU launches Global Impact Initiative

Michigan State University will accelerate key research areas through recruitment of 100 new fa...

Reading launches joint Academy with Chinese university

This October saw official launch of NUIST-University of Reading Academy in Nanjing, China

International trade expert to boost Coventry team

Coventry University appoints new strategic leader to help grow commercial activities in the UK...

Edinburgh and Karolinska boost research partnership

Two leading medical research institutions are to collaborate more closely to tackle the world'...

York welcomes latest Fulbright scholars

The University has more Fulbright scholars attending this academic year than any other UK inst...

Shooting ourselves in the foot?

This country's immigration policies are putting foreign students off, says Honor Paddock, Dire...

Huddersfield welcomes Bahrain's Minister of Education

The University of Huddersfield is one of just six universities to welcome the Minister from Ba...

International masterclass at Edinburgh

Four students from China, the Netherlands, Malaysia and the US chosen to lead international ma...

'Soft' skills attract international students

UK institutions should focus on employability skills to attract international students, says n...

QS World University Rankings: London top university city

London is the only city in the world with four universities in the Top 50 of this year's QS Wo...

Imperial College expands links with China

The President of Imperial College London is leading a delegation to China to promote education...

Bringing the benefits of iCE to life

Thomas Jefferson University's Janice Bogen explains the thinking behind the Interactive Curric...

Torrens teams up with Real Madrid

Real Madrid Football Club signs deal with Torrens University Australia to deliver new MBA in S...

How internationalised is your university?

Universities' internationalisation rankings have limited significance, says new University of ...

Huawei 'Seeds for the Future' 2015

British ambassador hosted 42 undergraduate students from the UK and Ireland as part of Huawei'...

MOOCs continue global growth

FutureLearn grows its global presence with its first Japanese partner, and leading names from ...

Singapore's uni masterplan completes first phase

INTERNATIONAL SPOTLIGHT: After five years of planning and construction, east coast academic ca...

Engineers without Borders at BCU

Students scoop top national award for poverty alleviation project

A warm welcome for overseas students?

Hannah Oakman reports from the UUK conference examining the current international student expe...

Welcome home

Mike Jones, MD of YourGuarantor, explains how UK universities can be more accommodating to int...

Top award for Nottingham's commitment to China

The University of Nottingham has won the Continued Commitment category at the Cathay Pacific C...