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South Africa Considers Satellite Tech to Reach Remote Students
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UK Law Schools See Increase in Applications Despite Brexit
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Research Project Competition Coming to BRICS Countries
Limitations of Online Exams in India
MOOC’s: Back From the Dead
Deakin U and Partner Akamai Were Prepared for Lock-down
Realities of E-Learning in Kenya and Uganda
E-sports Programs Find Fertile Ground in Social Distancing
Benefits of Online Universities
First Step After Online Shift: Quality Assurance
Digital-First Needs to be the New University Model
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UK’s Leading Universities Call for Immigration System Reform
Estonia Sees ‘First of its Kind Case’ as International Student Demands Compensation
US Considers Expulsion of Chinese Grad Students Associated with China’s Military School
Ministry of Interior, Estonia Looks to Restrict Foreign Students from Outside EU
US Senators Proposed SECURE CAMPUS Act to Limit Chinese International Students
Ireland Eases Visa Restrictions for Students
Do Indians Still Need The American Dream?
Will Trump Place a Stay on Student OPT Program?
Japan to Add India to Travel Ban List
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New Zealand’s Open Polytech Reports: High Satisfaction
Australia’s TAFE Flooded with Enrollments
Nigeria’s New Health Sciences Uni Increases Access to Higher Ed in Benue
Higher Ed is the Driver Behind Africa’s Development
LSBF Singapore Expands Partnership with Uni of Greenwich
Israel’s Higher Ed to Reopen
STUDY: Should There be a Bypass for Higher Ed Accreditation?
ANU Vice-Chancellor Asks Staff for Ideas to Prevent Job Cuts
This NY Uni May be Violating the Constitution in Fraternity Policy
Ireland’s Higher Ed and Research Sector May Crumble without Aid
Vietnamese Students Struggle as Study Abroad Dreams Move Beyond Reach
Quebec Allows International Students to Begin Studies Online
South Africa Includes ‘Missing Middle’ in Student Aid Scheme
Brisbane’s Mayor Calls for Return of International Students
Malaysia Allows Certain Students to Return to Campus
Attending Public Universities May Bring Higher Income
The Conundrum Cutting Costs While Still Helping Low-income Students
Grad Students Battle for Labor Protections on US Campuses
Should Student Debt Be Forgiven?
University in New Zealand Threatens Loss in Student Services if Rent Debt not Paid
US Senate’s Proposed Spending Bill Includes Higher Ed Oversight
Has Title IX Changed, or Simply Rolled Back to What it Once Was?
Qatar University Holds Virtual Symposium of Higher Ed Post COVID19
EU Budget Proposal Misses the Mark for Education
University Rankings are the Rage. How do they Compare?
Pressure Mounts for Australian Gov’t to Reopen Borders to Students
Tertiary Ed Union at Odds with Members
IIE Earmarks Funds for International Student Aid
New Zealand’s Student Accommodation Sector Flawed
Kobe, Japan Gives International Students a Chance