News Archive, October 2015


View From Interview with Richard Garrett, Director of the Observatory, What can we expect from OBHE's New Landscape of Higher Education conference?, Study Travel Magazine, October 2015

The PIE Insider: Russia, The PIE News, 30 October 2015

Navigating globalised higher education: there’s more than one route to excellence, The Conversation UK, 29 October 2015

The UK universities offering a lifeline to Syrian academics, The Guardian, 23 October 2015

Agents of change: How does the rise in digital innovation impact study travel?, The PIE News, 23 October 2015

Higher education 'facing challenges in preparing students for work', ReLocate Magazine, 23 October 2015

Maimane offers ways Zuma can find the money for universities, Times Live (South Africa), 23 October 2015

Transnational Education Ghana receives British Accreditation, Ghana Web, 23 October 2015

4 steps Singapore’s universities must take, GovInsider Asia, 23 October 2015

Rejuvenate Japan’s industrial might with the humanities, The Japan Times, 23 October 2015

Blunders in Africa: South Africa softens harsh visa rules, Kenya's border wall troubles, but Zambia can be different, Mail and Guardian Africa, 23 October 2015

Russian universities to focus on subject-based rankings, Russia Beyond the Headlines, 22 October 2015

Russian Academia Divided as Report Says Research Papers to Be Vetted by FSB, The Moscow Times, 21 October 2015

India moots inbound campaign, foreign provider bill, The PIE News, 21 October 2015

The Day the Students Stormed Parliament, All Africa via Ground Up (South Africa), 21 October 2015

Private providers: rise in international student complaints, The Australian, 21 October 2015

UK universities are already China’s best partners in the West, The Times Higher Education, 20 October 2015

LinkedIn Cozies Up to Higher Ed Marketers, EdSurge, 20 October 2015

Perspectives from Asia on the aims of education, The Straits Times (Singapore), 20 October 2015

Universities that set up branch campuses in other countries are not colonisers, The Conversation, 19 October 2015

Students protest at South Africa’s top universities over tuition fee hike, Euronews, 19 October 2015

Teacher to Begin Prison Sentence for Her Work at Baha’i University, International Campaign for Human Rights, 19 October 2015

Higher education fails to fill gaps, Phnom Pen Post (Cambodia), 19 October 2015

Rule Would Extend STEM Foreign Student Work Program, Inside Higher Ed, 19 October 2015

International campus hit by temporary closure order, University World News, 17 October 2015

Put higher education reform back on the national agenda, The Australian, 17 October 2015

On global campuses, academic freedom has its limits, The Conversation (US), 16 October 2015

Improving MOOC retention by a multiple of five, University World News, 16 October 2015

How Good Are the Best Chinese Universities?, The Diplomat, 5 October 2015

Higher education’s future – Asia and technology, University World News, 14 October 2015

'Stepford student' culture threatening free speech, The Telegraph (UK), 14 October 2015

International Students talk about their experiences, VT Cynic (USA), 14 October 2015

Britain Plans Tougher English Tests to Cut International Student Numbers, Study International, 14 October 2015

President directs public sector universities to focus on research, Pakistan Observer, 14 October 2015

Tens of Thousands Protest in Turkey against Ankara Attack, Latin American Herald Tribune, 13 October 2015

Jacob Zuma condemns ‘violence and destruction’ at South African universities, The Times Higher Education, 13 October 2015

How China plans to become a global force in higher education, The Guardian (UK), 12 October 2015

Canada, Australia Emerging as New Education Destinations for Students, New Indian Express, 12 October 2015

Iran keen to have more Malaysian students, The Malay Mail, 12 October 2015

Lesser-known universities achieve best job outcomes, Australian Financial Review, 12 October 2015

Foreign students help economy, The Slovak Spectator (Slovakia), 12 October 2015

Germany’s blue card scheme giving green signal to Indians students, Times of India, 12 October 2015

How far will South Koreans go to get into top universities?, The Korea Times (ROK), 12 October 2015

Branching out: why universities open international campuses despite little reward, The Conversation AU, 11 October 2015

Indian private universities - Go forth and multiply, The Economist, 10 October 2015

Akademisierung - Die Zukunft gehört dem Stuzubi, Die Welt (Germany), 9 October 2015

The troubles with French universities laid bare, The Local (France), 9 October 2015

Higher education access dilemma – more or better?, University World News, 9 October 2015

Why do more U.S. women study abroad than men?, The Washington Post, 9 October 2015

Universities face competition from China, The Australian, 9 October 2015

Universities Australia Pushes for Radical New Higher Education, Study International News, 8 October 2015

Could liberal arts colleges become America's finest export?, The Guardian (UK), 8 October 2015

Vietnam growing more attractive to foreign investment, including tech, Los Angeles Times, 8 October 2015

Global online college courses: A career booster?, The Washington Post, 8 October 2015

Cultural capital - what does Google want from graduates?, The Times Higher Education, 7 October 2015

Make study abroad relevant to careers, urges IIE Summit, The PIE News, 7 October 2015

Prepare for the Hidden Costs of Earning a Degree Overseas, US News and World Report, 7 October 2015

Administration backlog paralyses Australia’s higher education sector, Government News (Australia), 7 October 2015

SAT Essay Losing Value in College Admissions, Education World, 7 October 2015

Russia: second round of Project 5-100 funding opens, The PIE News, 6 October 2015

Mehr als Bier und Autos - Germany für Inder, Deutsche Welle (Germany), 6 October 2015

US News Unveils Second Annual Best Global Universities Rankings, US News and World Report, 6 October 2015

Theresa May: rules ‘must be enforced’ on overseas students, The Times Higher Education, 6 October 2015

The uni reform plan that was never sold on merit, Australian Financial Review, 6 October 2015

US seeks to increase number of Nigerian students in American schools, Premium Times (Nigeria), 6 October 2015

UK: QAA finds LSBF HND “does not meet UK expectations”, The PIE News, 5 October 2015

Educated youth keen on moving abroad, Helsinki Times (Finland), 5 October 2015

US universities invest $185 million in study abroad, The Times Higher Education, 5 October 2015

Future Of Higher Education In Mena Region Comes Under Spotlight In Abu Dhabi, Zawya, 5 October 2015

Universities need a 'global outlook in war for talent', The Telegraph (UK), 5 October 2015

International students satisfied with NZ universities -i-graduate / ISB mention, Scoop.nz press release (New Zealand), 2 October 2015

OECD’s Dirk Van Damme says debate on Ahelo was ‘low quality’, The Times Higher Education, 2 October 2015

Are Australia’s universities under-funded?, Macro Business, 2 October 2015

Internationalists and Locals: Research Productivity across Europe, Inside Higher Ed, 1 October 2015

US: NACAC updates admission advice guide, The PIE News, 1 October 2015

Sajid Javid’s blueprint for BIS heightens fears for research funding, The Guardian (UK), 1 October 2015

New platform launched against corruption in education, Prague Post (Czech Republic), 1 October 2015