Internationalisation

Institutions that succeed in helping regional growth deserve being included in measures of performance, says Simon Baker

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V-c counters that institutions will ‘inevitably’ plan for overseas campuses after referendum

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Institutions need to be excellent across the board to attract leading researchers, analysis warns

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Minister emphasises transnational education, sidestepping mention of Home Office visa policy

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Survey reveals Paris is the most popular location among prospective recruits

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Nele Feldmann and Katherine Miller on the importance of helping displaced Syrians on to higher education courses

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Matthew Reisz in Bogotá examines how quickly a TACTIC nation can become a more effective player in global higher education

Cleveland, Ohio, USA - July 20, 2016: Participants in the 'Wall Off Trump' immigration march and rally demonstrate outside the Quicken Loans Arena, site of the Republican National Convention, on its third day.

Researcher warns that anti-immigrant sentiment could affect pipeline of academic talent

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Vote hailed as ‘notable victory’ in battle to remove overseas learners from net migration targets

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China and India accounted for almost half of all international students in the US last year, up from just under a quarter a decade before

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Thirty-nine per cent of institutions report decline in overseas applications

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Analysis shows more than two-thirds of overseas learners come from former Soviet states

Increasing the number of fast-track degrees may devalue the currency of UK undergraduate courses in Europe, warns Jack Grove

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University associations warn new executive order will impact international student and scholar numbers

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Some academics and students may choose to move to China over the US, says leading scholar

Leading business school president says country needs strategy to attract overseas learners

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More UK and EU students begin master’s programmes, but Indian and Nigerian enrolments fall

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Report shows majority of international mobility went through EU scheme

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From Australia to Singapore, David Matthews and John Elmes weigh the pros and cons of likely destinations

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Top diplomat says the collapse in Indian student numbers in the UK could destroy traditionally strong links between the two countries