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New resource should offer a lifeline to students displaced by war
Small colleges perform well in Times Higher Education US student survey, which will fuel upcoming university ranking for the country
Anna Esaki-Smith writes on the many challenges facing her as she prepares her class for the IELTS exam
Initiative singles out young scholars who have the potential to forge new techniques and ways of thinking
Can a pan-European initiative bring in more students and help them make informed choices about universities?
A lack of advice on access and support is a key reason why disabled students are less likely to leave their home country, campaigners say
Post-coup crackdown has led to a huge number of requests for help, say charities for at-risk scholars
The historic UK referendum result is a challenge to the core beliefs of those attending this year’s EAIE annual conference, says Jack Grove
Christopher Ziguras looks at how Australia's universities are seeking to build stronger relationships with alumni
José Celso Freire Junior makes the case for international student exchange programmes
But UK students at universities abroad will lose out from the falling pound
The region’s reputation for excellence could be threatened by funding cuts and restructuring
Karen McBride explains why encouraging students to study abroad is of such importance to Canada’s universities
Quantifying the learning outcomes of international education programmes is a challenge, writes Kevin Hovland
Workshop at EAIE event in Liverpool looks at how international learners can be helped to cope with failure
Elite Paris institution says its planned meeting with exiled Tibetan spiritual leader was rendered 'pointless' by similar event
Government’s reliance on ‘dubious evidence’ has damaged UK’s reputation and economy, says IPPR
Taiwanese universities are already under pressure from an ageing population
Germany’s proposed ban follows concerns by Angela Merkel’s supporters that the niqab and burka are contrary to integration
As Ipswich institution gains independence, Richard Lister says it is ‘absolutely right’ that new providers go through ‘proper level of scrutiny’