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Research Gets a Major Boost in Greece
August 16, 2016

After years of struggling through the country’s debt crisis, researchers in Greece are finally in a position to celebrate thanks to the European Investment Bank’s (EIB) announcement of funding toward the formation of a new Greek research institute. Let’s take a closer look at the EIB loan which will support this endeavor, along with what it means for students in Greece.


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No Visa, No Problem For Mexicans in Canada?
August 12, 2016
Canada’s government recently announced plans to lift visa requirements in order to bolster relations with Mexico, according to a press release from Canada’s office of the Prime Minister. When will the change take effect and what does it mean for students? Let’s take a closer look.

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Québec Continues to Draw French Students Despite Tuition Hikes
August 9, 2016
Think tuition hikes for French students in Quebec would lead to a drop in enrollment numbers from France? Think again. Despite a near-tripling of tuition fees from 2014 to 2015, French higher education enrollments in Quebec are holding firm. Let’s take a closer look at the phenomenon, along wi...

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Graduate Enrollment Up 900% in Australia
August 2, 2016
In Australia, more people are completing master's degrees than ever before, and according to the experts, these higher degrees are having a positive impact on employment and earnings...under certain conditions. So which Australians are benefiting from graduate studies and how can you maximize the po...

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Canada Taps Nobel Laureates and Experts for Research-Funding Review
July 26, 2016
Canada is committed to funding research in higher education institutions and has selected a group of experts to review the country's research-funding systems. The focus of this panel of experts? Canada's evolving research environment that is increasingly cross-disciplinary, international, and collab...

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Fighting Tuition Hikes at Russian Universities
July 19, 2016
The cost of higher education in Russia may skyrocket by as much as double in the year ahead, according to a report from the Russian Ministry of Education and Science. And while this can hardly be construed as good news, a proposal from the Russian Student Union offers some hope of countering the eff...

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A Mandate for Research Integrity in the Netherlands
July 15, 2016
With the research world beleaguered by a “reproducibility crisis,” and the Netherlands in particular challenged by a recent spate of buzzworthy fraud cases pertaining to scientific misconduct, the country is launching an effort to put an end to the troubling trend. Let’s take a clo...

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Chinese Students Seek New Skills for a New Economy
July 12, 2016
The dynamic nature of the global economy is perhaps no more clearly exemplified than by China evolving job market, according to a recent report from Bloomberg. How can today’s students and recent graduates position themselves for optimal success in the face of rapid changes? Let’s take a...

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US University Graduates More Female Engineers than Male
July 8, 2016
There's a lot of talk about the Gender Gap in STEM fields, but at one university the Gap isn't just closing – it's slamming shut. This year, one American university saw more women than men graduate from a typically male-dominated field. Let's find out where these women are studying and what th...

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Forward-Thinking Finland offers Future Studies Master's
July 5, 2016
In the Finnish language, the present and future tenses are interchangeable. Perhaps that's why Finland is such a forward-thinking country. The Finnish government is committed to preparing for the future, and the country was the first to offer a Master's degree in Future Studies. Let's take a look ho...

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April 20, 2018

Despite a surge in international student numbers, the overall numbers of applications to universities in the UK are in decline. Let's take a closer lo...


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April 17, 2018

Making it into the NCAA Final Four for men’s basketball is a big deal for players and fans, but it’s also a big deal for college admissions office...


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April 13, 2018

Students in Chile have a history of activism, and they recently took to the street again with a new cause: Protesting the overturning of the Higher Ed...