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Chancellor Lizhong Yu tells Jack Grove about how NYU Shanghai hopes its model will turbocharge international mobility
New study adds to concerns over the weakness of Chinese university teaching
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Ministers from Asia, Australasia and the Americas explore common challenges
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Royal Academy of Engineering report reveals which countries are proving most effective in training up engineers to drive economic growth
New resource should offer a lifeline to students displaced by war
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Federally funded research will now come with an open access clause – but uncertainties remain
Government support means low- and middle-income students will not have to pay extra
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Initiative singles out young scholars who have the potential to forge new techniques and ways of thinking
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