Internationalisation

Student in airport

But latest figures from the ONS show granting of study visas in UK HE remained stable 

surfers compete

Analysis shows ‘for first time’ how government visa ‘restrictions’ impact different institutions

large and small shadows

Researchers on large-scale projects would receive less credit under proposed scheme

Muslim women hold signs with the flags of the banned countries during a massive protest against President Trump's travel ban outside of the U.S. Consulate in downtown Toronto

Data highlight strength of US-Iran research links while experts stress benefits for American science and economy

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University of Hong Kong v-c denies he is ‘heading for a simple life’ as the next head of the University of Edinburgh

crossing the channel

University of Paris Seine offers UK institutions chance to create a base in France

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Philip G. Altbach and Hans de Wit consider what forms internationalisation may take as the US and Europe retreat from world stage

People at the 'Step into the Void' installation in the French Alps, France

Lack of opportunities and local hiring practices have stopped many French scientists from returning to their homeland, a new study says

Master Taylor checks the cut of an Irish Guard's uniform

Academic tutors are most likely to motivate American postgraduates to come to UK, says study

China flag, chinese

The time is right for Europe's universities to make Chinese connections, say Ka Ho Mok and Jin Jiang

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Capital’s institutions may be hit by a ‘perfect storm’, warn scholars

American flag

But data show applications and enrolments from India and Saudi Arabia have plummeted

Man looking the other way at horse race

Keele University academic argues that the TEF ‘legitimises’ and ‘amplifies subordination’ of overseas students

Pro-migrant protester

Border institution co-hosts international conference with US universities as Trump presidency begins

More than 198,000 people have signed a petition in support of Ahmadreza Djalali

Look to Canada and northern Europe for lessons on reducing inequality, says Simon Marginson

An Indian rickshaw puller transports discarded plastic bottles in Allahabad

Poor monitoring in ‘second-tier’ institutions is also part of the problem, research indicates

Colonial explorer

Researchers in South Africa say focus instead on developing ‘globally competent graduates’ 

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Academics think overseas students are unsuccessful at half of important activities, according to research

Colm Tóibín

Brooklyn author reflects on the new US president, Brexit and literature as he becomes chancellor of the University of Liverpool