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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 say, along with expert analysis regarding whether the US will be able to continue to attract top talent from China.

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In Singapore, Majority Of International Students Get Residency
March 26, 2018
About 80 percent of Singapore's international students who apply for permanent residency receive it, according to a new report from Singapore's second minister of home affairs, Josephine Teo. Let's take a closer look at what this means for Singapore.

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Should Economics Count As Stem?
March 6, 2018
A big reason some economics departments are reclassifying as STEM fields? So international students who study in the US have more opportunities after graduation. Let's take a closer look.

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Immigration Rating Upgrade Sends More Indian Students Down Under
December 8, 2017
Changes to Australia’s “Simplified Student Visa Framework” (SSVF) are anticipated to trigger an influx of interest from Indian students. Here’s a closer look at what to expect.

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Are You in the Running for a Free Trip to New Zealand?
March 27, 2017
One hundred lucky job seekers will soon be in the running to win an (almost) all-inclusive trip to New Zealand by doing one thing: agreeing to interview for jobs there. Here’s a closer look at an innovative new program aimed at attracting the best and brightest international talent to the coun...

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Russia Increases International Student Quota
March 6, 2017
The Russian government will add 200,000 places -- a 30 percent increase --  to its international student quota this year, according to The Chronicle of Education.  Here’s a closer look at the news, along with whether to expect more of the same moving forward.

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Good News for English as a Foreign Language Students in South Africa
January 9, 2017
The English Language Training (ELT) sector in South Africa was rocked in 2014 when changes to the country’s Immigration Act failed to formally recognize ELT providers as “learning institutions.” The result? Students enrolled at ELT schools in South Africa were no longer being issue...

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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...


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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 visa...