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International Schools Are Increasingly Successful Throughout The World
June 18, 2018
The international schools market, once largely focused on expat populations, has shifted to include locals, too. What does this mean? More choices when it comes to international schools. Let's take a closer look.

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Norway Offers Cultural Coding Training to Migrants
June 17, 2018
Approximately 400,000 of Norway’s five million people are migrants from Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Assimilating to western society can be a challenge for many of them, especially when it comes to sexual norms and social codes. In an effort to help migrants overcome these challenges, Norway ...

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Chinese Students Undeterred by Prospect of US Visa Restrictions
June 15, 2018
With China and the US engaged in conflict over allegations of intellectual property theft, Washington’s latest move -- shortening the length of visas for some Chinese citizens -- has many wondering about the impact on international students. Here’s a closer look at what Chinese students have to ...

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UK Announces First 52 Institutions to Teach T-Levels
June 8, 2018
In line with its ongoing focus on skills training aimed at boosting the economy, the UK recently announced the first schools and colleges that will be tasked with teaching new technical qualifications dubbed “T-levels.” Here’s a closer look at what to expect.

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Indian Fee Waivers Strive for Multicultural Universities
June 5, 2018
Good news for aspiring international students who want to study in India. The Indian government's Study in India initiative seeks to bolster its international student population with fee waivers. Let's take a closer look.

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Checking in on the Bologna Process
June 4, 2018
As we approach the 20th anniversary of the Bologna Declaration, a recently released report from The European Higher Education Area investigates the state of the Bologna Process’s implementation. Its findings? While progress has been made toward a unified European higher education system, there’s...

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Why Are Germany High School Students Protesting Their English Finals?
June 1, 2018
Complaints about finals are nothing new. However, high school students in Germany are taking their dissatisfaction to new levels following a particularly complicated and “unfair” English test. Here’s a closer look at the situation.

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Are You Eligible for a Free Interrail Pass this Summer?
May 30, 2018
Who doesn’t have fantasies about traveling around Europe? Now, thanks to a new initiative funded by the EU, any EU citizens who turn 18 before July of 2018 are eligible for a free Interrail pass enabling them to travel throughout Europe for up to 30 days. British teens are also eligible for the Di...

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How Two Donkeys are Helping Columbian Kids Learn to Love Reading
May 28, 2018
What do you get when you combine one dedicated man, two donkeys, thousands of books, and countless children scattered throughout Columbia’s rural communities? A traveling library known as the “Biblioburro.” Here’s a closer look at the story of former Spanish teacher Luis Soriano and his two ...

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Feeling Exam Season Stress? Eat More Chocolate!
May 14, 2018
Fans of Harry Potter know that chocolate is a cure for mitigating the effects of exposure to soul-draining dementors in the JK Rowling series. However, the power of chocolate isn’t exclusive to denizens of the magical world. In fact, a growing body of evidence attests to the ability of chocolate t...

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June 18, 2018

The international schools market, once largely focused on expat populations, has shifted to include locals, too. What does this mean? More choices whe...


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June 17, 2018

Approximately 400,000 of Norway’s five million people are migrants from Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Assimilating to western society can be a c...