News Archive October 2016


Japan Gets Schooled - Why the Country's Universities are Failing, Foreign Affairs, 31 October 2016

Irish universities and the Chinese connection – is it worth the money?, The Irish Times, 31 October 2016

Australia’s universities face many of the same issues as their Canadian counterparts, University Affairs (Canada), 31 October 2016

Brexit: It's crucial that universities are heard in the political debate, The Telegraph (UK), 28 October 2016

Taiwan unveils new policy to woo 30,000 more int’l students by 2019, The PIE News, 28 October 2016

All you need to know about securing a visa to study in the UAE, The Nation (UAE), 28 October 2016

Building research universities, The Daily Star (Bangladesh), 28 October 2016

US universities cement top spots in global rankings, US News and World Report, 27 October 2016

These are Germany's top ten universities, The Local (Germany), 27 October 2016

Autonomy mechanism granted to Hà Nội university, Viet Nam News, 27 October 2016

 

Do international students in the Netherlands really need lectures in perfect English?, The Times Higher Education, 25 October 2016

Budget heralds another year of brutal higher education cuts, University World News, 25 October 2016

European Higher Education in the United Arab Emirates, MENAFN (UAE), 25 October 2016

3 Ways to Evaluate a Global University Without Visiting, US News and World Report, 25 October 2016

British Council organizes UK and Azerbaijan Higher Education Institutions Networking Event, Azerbaijan State News Agency, 25 October 2016

 

As China enrolls more overseas students to build soft power, locals find the process unfair, Global Times (PRC), 24 October 2016

Empowering Change Makers, Inside Higher Ed, 24 October 2016

Students from Myanmar look to the UK as top education destination, Mizzima (Myanmar), 24 October 2016

Top varsities may get more autonomy, Livemint (India), 24 October 2016

 

Taiwan announces plans to woo 30,000 more international students by 2019, Study International, 21 October 2016

International ed trumps itself, The Australian, 21 October 2016

Higher Education Reform: Government Makes It Easy For Foreign Faculty To Teach At IITs, Swarajya Magazine (India), 21 October 2016

 

Minister in storm after overriding university autonomy, University World News, 21 October 2016

Broke Irish universities are slipping down the rankings and missing Brexit opportunities, Irish Times (Republic of Ireland), 21 October 2016

The crisis in education, The Zimbabwean, 21 October 2016

Private university in the pipeline, The Namibian, 20 October 2016

Fury at plans that 'threaten the IB's survival' in Sweden, The Local (Sweden), 20 October 2016

 

Who’s No. 1? As college rankings proliferate, it depends, Washington Post, 20 October 2016

New Survey Reveals The Most Sought After Skill By Employers In Malaysia, Malaysian Digest, 20 October 2016

Scotland snubbed in student visa pilot scheme, The National (Scotland), 20 October 2016

Poland Looks To Turn Elite Universities Into Local Startup Incubators, The Merkle, 19 October 2016

 

The dangers in Asia’s quest for world-class universities, The Times Higher Education, 19 October 2016

Universities of technology warn on funding, more student limits on cards, Dutch News (Netherlands), 19 October 2016

Universities from Taiwan, Malaysia sign agreement, China Post (Taiwan), 19 October 2016

Growing international focus on quality of teachers, The Australian, 19 October 2016

Number of International Branch Campuses hits 250, Inside Higher Ed, 18 October 2016

NOTHING IS TRULY FREE - Germany proves tuition-free college is not a silver bullet for America’s education woes, Quartz, 18 October 2016

 

University merger will strengthen research capabilities, Gulf News (UAE), 18 October 2016

Australia Education Market Forecast to 2020- Expanding Higher Education Segment and International Enrollments to Drive the Market, Business Wire, 17 October 2016

N Korean leader says university must be ‘world class’, University World News, 7 October 2016

Ireland plan to attract 37,000 foreign students and generate an extra €520m a year, The Irish Examiner (Ireland), 7 October 2016

Violent student protests threaten to close South African universities, Financial Times, 7 October 2016

 

Zuma silent on education crisis at international event, News 24 (South Africa), 5 October 2016

Wie es ist, wenn deine Uni plötzlich schließen muss, Bento (Germany), 5 October 2016

More to be done to bring the global local, NAFSA senior fellows charge, The PIE News, 5 October 2016

Amber Rudd announces crackdown on overseas students and work visas, The Guardian, 4 October 2016

After gaining legitimacy, can online higher education replace traditional college?, The Washington Post, 4 October 2016

 

University-educated immigrants face tough challenge finding employment in Edmonton, Edmonton Journal (Canada), 4 October 2016

Zimbabwean University Education System: A Survival of the Fittest, Nehanda Radio (Zimbabwe), 4 October 2016

Visa process for foreign faculty in IITs made easier to attract overseas talent, Hindustan Times (India), 4 October 2016

 

NYU Shanghai vs. Chinese Universities, Washington Square News, 3 October 2016

Coping With Stateless Students, Inside Higher Ed, 3 October 2016

Danish universities the least popular among international students in the Nordics, Copenhagen Post (Denmark), 3 October 2016

More than 600 English courses offered by Brazilian HEIs, The PIE News, 3 October 2016