Internationalisation

Report from Elsevier suggests more collaboration with poorer nations is needed

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Report calls for a quarter of Canadian students to study abroad within 10 years

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Academic warns universities need to take impact of accent on credibility seriously as it has ‘demotivated’ overseas lecturers

White water rafting

Universities cite concerns around US’ social and political climate in IIE study

Study abroad

UUK International wants every UK university to join its ‘Go International’ campaign, but institutions find it hard to get students to participate in overseas schemes, says Rachael Pells

New programme hopes to take Israel-US 'academic friendship to the next level’

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International students bring money, potential and skills, so we should be rolling out the red carpet, says Nick Hillman
international students

Home secretary said to be seeking to avoid government defeat on post-Brexit immigration bill

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Forty per cent of UK business schools report fall in undergraduate applications from the Continent

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Minister for higher education says proposed new law will help foreign universities set up outposts in the country

Rohingya refugees

Some academics call for institutions to break all links with the country, while others say educational partnerships are key to building peace

Noura Al-Jizawi

Noura Al-Jizawi hopes her experience at the University of Toronto will help her to transform her homeland into a democracy

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Plan explored to prevent ‘chasm’ opening up in enrolment from declining numbers of EU undergraduates

University still hopes to live by its original ‘pan-American’ ideals

Duke Kunshan University

Sino-American University aims to offer liberal arts education that will help students ‘respond to the challenges of new technologies’

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Canada and Germany also boast high levels of cross-border collaboration, Elsevier data show

American border control

New Zealand-based academic and Australian citizen Vicki Spencer on being refused entry to the US – despite complying with all visa regulations

Event marks four decades of a programme showcasing Castro’s ideals

BME sutdent on mobile phone

China and India targeted by drive to recruit more than 100,000 extra students from outside EU

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Businesses prefer graduates with international experience, writes Sir Ciarán Devane, and universities must take note