The UK developed the strategy that includes a number of measures to boost the sector’s role in the global market as the country prepares to leave the EU.
By the 28 February deadline, dozens of bids have been received to join the pilot of the European Universities Initiative proposed by President Emmanuel Macron of France in 2017.
“Laboratory of the Future” of Ural Federal University presented a unique device for electrical grid local repair called “Kanatokhod” (“Cablewalker”) at the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) Innovation Week in Dubai.
Students at all Russian universities are to be allowed the option of presenting a start-up that they have launched instead of submitting a traditional masters thesis, the Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education has announced.
Inflexion Private Equity has acquired Times Higher Education (THE) from TPG Capital
On February 27-March 01, 2019 the Eurasia Higher Education Summit was held in Instanbul where the issues of higher education internationalization in Europe and Asia were discussed.
The Webometrics Ranking is released twice a year by the Spanish Cybermetrics Lab, part of the National Research Council of Spain
The Washington State University Carson College of Business has been awarded $20,000 by the American Councils for International Education to build partnerships with Kazakhstani universities in an effort to strengthen business education and collaborative research.
The United Arab Emirates has launched a “Study in UAE” campaign hoping to build the reputation for the nation’s ‘home-grown’ institutions as well as the destination’s attractiveness as a location for exchange mobility.
China and India accounted for more than double the amount of students in Canada than all of the other top-10 countries put together.
The decision was made on Friday during the visit of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud to the Chinese capital Beijing
The 8th Annual International Universities Networking Conference & Edu Agency Workshop will take place in Moscow, Russia, on 13-16 May 2019
Universities are stepping up their support for foreign students in finding jobs at Japanese companies by establishing career-oriented classes for credit and offering special courses to help them learn about job-hunting rules, which are peculiar to Japan.
Times Higher Education is holding its first symposium dedicated to China’s emerging world-class universities on March 29-30, 2019 in partnership with Nankai University in Tianjin.
The Center for Public Diplomacy of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) was officially opened on January 29 in Tashkent
A growing number of Dutch students are gaining international experience through learning languages, taking part in an exchange abroad or using an international curriculum.
International student mobility is faced with several serious political and economic changes, risks and challenges. Will the growth momentum of international students continue over the next 25 years and remain sustainable?
Japan’s Chiba University has revealed that study abroad will become a compulsory element of undergraduate and postgraduate programs for all students entering the university from 2020.
Universities have a significant role to play in fighting global terror by guaranteeing solid education and boosting access to students seeking education to improve their livelihoods.
On February 14-16, 2019 EDUCATION AND CAREER - the only international specialized exhibition in the republic - will be held in Minsk, Belarus. It will bring together universities, colleges, lyceums, institutes, centers, language schools, and foreign educational institutions.
Current patterns of recruitment of researchers for Danish universities threaten to undermine the quality of university research in the long run, according to a new report by the Danish Council for Research and Innovation Policy (DFiR).
The cooperation of Great Britain and Japan will influence the scientific and technical progress in the 21st century.
The combination of reduced state support, increasing reliance on tuition fee revenue and decreasing domestic and international enrolment will lead to a crisis in American higher education.