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Four Fields of Study to Consider on World Water Day
March 22, 2018
Interested in doing your part to help ensure global access to safe water, protect the natural environment, and reduce pollution? We can think of no more fitting occasion to spotlight ways to make a difference in this critical area than today’s World Water Day. Read on for a roundup of four fields of study for students looking to add their talents in the fight to solve 21st-century water challenges.

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Study Suggests Students Value Diversity and Inclusivity
March 20, 2018
Over 3,000 college and university students recently responded to a Gallup-Knight Foundation survey on diversity and inclusivity with some interesting results. Let's take a closer look.

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Scottish Students Study Close to Home
March 16, 2018
With Scotland's excellent universities and low tuition costs, many Scottish students opt to study at home. Let's take a closer look.

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Have We Finally Conquered the Socioeconomic Divide in Higher Ed?
March 13, 2018
Since the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) began tracking college enrollment patterns for high school graduates, a troubling trend has been clear: Low-income students have trailed their middle-income peers in terms of college enrollments. The good news? According to the most recent re...

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Rhodes Scholarships Go Global
March 9, 2018
The Rhodes Scholarship has been supporting high-achieving graduates from a small number of countries, including the US, Canada, Australia, and South Africa, for more than a century. Now comes news that this prestigious international graduate award will launch two new Global Rhodes Scholarships open ...

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Japanese Graduates Change Up Favorite Career Paths
March 6, 2018
In a surprise shake-up, the number of projected Japanese graduates for 2019 who want to study banking has declined. Why? Experts suspect that the world of banking has some students nervous because of super-low interest rates and decreases in personnel at large firms. Let's take a closer look at favo...

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What Does Germany’s New Government Mean for Higher Ed?
March 5, 2018
Now that Germany’s Social Democrats (SPD) have approved the grand coalition with German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative party (CDU) and its Bavarian sister party (CSU), ongoing uncertainty about Germany’s political leadership has come to an end. However, questions remain, including in ...

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One Third of Northern Irish Students Study Abroad
March 2, 2018
Over a third of Northern Irish students study abroad. Let's take a closer look.

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International Enrollments at Dutch Tech Schools Reach All-Time High
February 27, 2018
More international students than ever before are choosing to pursue engineering and technical degrees in the Netherlands, according to a report from international education body Nuffic.

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Are EU Students Rushing UK Applications Before Brexit?
February 24, 2018
The UK reports an uptick in international applications--specifically those from the UK and the EU. Are students rushing to study in the UK before Brexit? Let's take a closer look.

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April 19, 2018

You’re hardly alone if the thought of paying for your children’s college tuition is an immobilizing one. But the reality is that ignoring it won...


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April 18, 2018

With a global economic contribution of more than 7.6 trillion USD in a single year alone, the travel and tourism represents one of the world’s large...


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April 16, 2018

St. Petersburg is the cultural capital of Russia and the perfect location for international students looking for a fantastic experience. Here are six...