News Archive, November 2015


Co-operation beats competition for regional universities in Australia, Brisbane Times (Australia), 20 November 2015

New YÖK regulation to pave way for arbitrary closure of universities, Today's Zaman (Turkey), 20 November 2015

India internships for 1,000 British graduates, The PIE News, 20 November 2015

Kuwait is on track building more universities - Thomas Friedman, Kuwait News Agency, 19 November 2015

China’s College Counselors Told to Join the Party — the Communist Party, Time, 19 November 2015

The Guessing Game: Where Will Your International Students Come from in 10 Years?, Inside Higher Ed, 19 November 2015

Prepare for disruption: Hong Kong universities haven’t been disrupted yet, Harbour Times, 19 November 2015

NZ's export education reputation at risk from Indian student exploitation, National Business Review (New Zealand), 19 November 2015

ICRISAT, IIT Bombay launches free online agriculture course, Times of India, 19 November 2015

The Globalization of America’s Colleges, The Atlantic (USA), 18 November 2015

Report Shows Global Disparities in Where Researchers Work, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 18 November 2015

World University Rankings 2015-2016 by subject: physical sciences results,The Times Higher Education, 18 November 2015

ICAC effects reform on international student recruitment, The Australian, 18 November 2015

London Mayor proposes work visa solution for Indian students, The Times of India, 17 November 2015

Why Indian Student Numbers in U.S. Are on the Rise After Three-Year Decline, Wall Street Journal, 17 November 2015

The Netherlands: 1 in 10 students are international, The PIE News, 17 November 2015

‘Naive’ TEF metrics could undermine widening participation, v-c warns, The Times Higher Education, 17 November 2015

Vocational education sector slammed by foreign students, The Australian, 17 November 2015

Education fever in Korea, The Korea Times (ROK), 16 November 2015

US: International student numbers up 10%, largest growth in 35 years, The PIE News, 16 November 2015

Record-breaking 90,000 foreign students enroll in Dutch universities, NL Times (The Netherlands), 16 November 2015

UCAS Urged To Include Overseas Universities On Applications For Students Wanting To Study Abroad, Huffington Post (UK), 16 November 2015

Global Education Challenges: The Arab World is Not Alone, Al Fanar Media, 13 November 2015

ELT agents attempt to assuage crisis fears, The PIE News, 13 November 2015

Dishonesty Thrives in Malaysian Academia, Study International, 13 November 2015

Int’l schools reach 8,000 worldwide, China and UAE lead growth, The PIE News, 12 November 2015

Japan targets boosting birth rate to increase growth, EuroNews, 12 November 2015

More Arab Region Universities Offer Blended Learning, US News and World Report, 10 November 2015

How Africa is tackling ‘next generation’ fears in academia, Pulse.com (Ghana), 10 November 2015

Australia to Increase International Study Grants in 2016, Masterstudies.com, 10 November 2015

Indians in UK Hope PM Narendra Modi Will get Visa Fees Reduced, NDTV, 10 November 2015

Big science now faces big problems in China, The Japan Times, 10 November 2015

More immigrants pursuing STEM careers, report says, San Diego Union Tribune (USA), 9 November 2015

Opinion: The US education bubble is now upon us, Market Watch, 9 November 2015

Indian lecturers ‘singled out for jobs’ at UK universities, study finds, The Times Higher Education, 9 November 2015

Dutch agency joins Information Planet network, The PIE News, 9 November 2015

The rise of China: a threat or opportunity for Australian universities?, The Conversation (US), 9 November 2015

Trends for Public Funding of Universities in Europe, Inside Higher Ed, 9 November 2015

Universities havea poor record ofbusiness collaboration, The Australian, 7 November 2015

Murmansk opens the Arctic "super university", Barents Observer (Norway), 6 November 2015

'Better Alternative to Stop Brain Drain, Boost Equity', The New Indian Express, 6 November 2015

Kiron University: Open only for refugees, WJCL (USA), 6 November 2015

Hong Kong court extends press gag in test case for freedoms, EuroNews, 6 November 2015

Backlash prompts Japan to rethink controversial university policy, Deutsche Welle (Germany), 6 November 2015

MOOC watch: Open2Study reaches one million students, Australian Financial Review, 6 November 2015

Beware self-sabotage effect of TEF, warns Oxford v-c, The Times Higher Education, 5 November 2015

90% of Indian varsities have outdated curriculum: CNR Rao, Hindustan Times, 5 November 2015

Putin Pledges Support To Russian-language Media, Universities Abroad, Radio Free Europe, 5 November 2015

No tuition freeze for foreign students, Edmonton Examiner (Canada), 4 November 2015

Investors feel the impact of Hungary's brain drain, Reuters, 3 November 2015

Guest blogger: The Bologna Process and its withering political salience, HEDDA, 3 November 2015

Ideal Invest cashes in on Brazilian students’ loans, Financial Times, 3 November 2015

Higher education in Singapore: A bias toward aspirations, Rappler (Philippines), 3 November 2015

How For-Profit Colleges Hang on to Federal Funding, The Atlantic, 3 November 2015

Why Demographic Trends Spell Trouble For China And Russia -- And Prosperity For US, Forbes, 3 November 2015

‘Mother-tongue teaching policy to blame’ as Hong Kong slides down English proficiency index for second year in a row, South China Morning Post, 3 November 2015

International Conference on Higher Education Ranking underway, Ghana News Agency, 3 November 2015

The new generation war, The Australian, 3 November 2015

China’s one-child policy reversal: Too little, too late, Fortune, 2 November 2015

‘Triumphalist’ mindset explains criticism of Middle East campus, says NYU president, The Times Higher Education, 1 November 2015