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By Joanna Hughes January 22, 2019
New Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) figures reveal optimistic news about the number of foreign students in the UK: the overall number in the...
By Joanna Hughes January 22, 2019
Zambia’s government recently announced it plans to provide 1,000 scholarships to five additional public universities. The funds are the result of loan...
By Joanna Hughes January 16, 2019
The 'skills gap' is a frequent topic of discussion for educators and employers alike. Which begs the question: are colleges sending their graduates ou...
By Joanna Hughes January 15, 2019
While many of the implications of Brexit remain unknown, education leaders from Scotland made one thing clear last month: the country will remain open...
By Joanna Hughes January 8, 2019
Are universities being pulled in separate directions? This is what the UN’s top education official Stefania Giannini proposed in a recent talk. The as...
By Alyssa Walker December 24, 2018
Christmas comes once a year. 'Tis fortunate that it's now, at least in the UK, as some UK business may pay your tuition. What? Read on, friends, read ...
By Joanna Hughes December 21, 2018
The proportion of university students in the UK who are dyslexic has been steadily rising in recent years. And while dyslexic students now comprise fi...
By Joanna Hughes December 18, 2018
With Australia facing a shortfall of employees with critical IT skills, technology consulting leader Infosys has announced plans to create 1,200 local...
By Joanna Hughes December 14, 2018
The UK’s Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) has released its latest data on who’s studying in higher education. One key takeaway? The number of...
By Alyssa Walker December 11, 2018
Alibaba's founder, Jack Ma, is planning for the future. Top on his list? Education. Let's take a closer look.
By Joanna Hughes December 6, 2018
The Australian government has asked Robert French, a former chief justice of the high court, to review the state of freedom of speech on its higher ed...
By Alyssa Walker December 4, 2018
Universities in France will offer more courses in English, in a bid to attract even more international students -- it hopes at least 50 percent more i...
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January 18, 2019

Madrid, Spain’s capital, is a thriving, fascinating metropolitan city and a great place to study. The city is in the ascendant, with a wave of new start-ups making the most of the inspirational atmosphere, a smart workforce, and – of course - the sun...

January 16, 2019

When most people think of business success, they think of making lots of money. And while this is often the case, there’s another reason to pursue a business career: the chance to make a difference to society. While business people have always been c...