In India, Government Funding for World-Class Ranking
November 17, 2017

The Prime Minister of India recently announced funding for 20 universities—10 public and 10 private—to reach world-class ranking. Let’s take a closer look.

Well-Being Is About Place and Not Objects, Says Study
November 14, 2017
What’s better for your well-being? Looking at your wedding ring? Or thinking about the place where you got married? A new study suggests that place plays a more important role than objects when it comes to well-being. Let’s take a closer look.

Ghanese Government Pledges Support for Technical Universities
November 13, 2017
In an effort to boost teaching quality in order to “drive the nation’s industrialization,” the government of Ghana recently announced its intent to prioritize support for the country’s technical universities and polytechnics, according to the Ghana News Agency as reported by ...

Asians Will Be the US’s Largest Immigrant Group By 2055
November 7, 2017
A new Pew study finds that Asians will be the largest immigrant group in the US by 2055. Let’s take a closer look.

South Korean Governments Wants to Curb Private University Fees
November 3, 2017
The South Korean Ministry of Education conducted a study on 80 South Korean private universities and found that they’re charging too much money in entrance fees. Let’s take a closer look at the study.

More Aid for Low and Middle-Income for California College Students?
October 30, 2017
Californians are in favor of providing more state-funded financial aid for low-income and middle-income students at the state’s colleges, according to a recent poll conducted by UC Berkeley on behalf of EdSource. Here’s a closer look at the findings, along with what they may mean for uni...

Stricter English Language Requirements in Australia?
October 27, 2017
Australia recently announced plans to tighten English language requirements for international students. The aim? To improve quality and standards across its massive international education market. Here’s what to expect along with what the changes may mean for aspiring international students.

Chinese Tech Company Launches Competition for Students
October 23, 2017
Huawei is seeking new talent—and is sponsoring a competition. This year, students from Pakistan and Kuwait will participate. Let’s take a closer look.

A Major in Marijuana?
October 20, 2017
A college in Michigan is breaking new ground with the introduction of what’s believed to be a first-of-its-kind degree: a bachelor of science in marijuana. Wondering what’s involved in this groundbreaking course of study that gives all new meaning to the phrase, “majoring in mariju...

Doing Homework Linked to Personality
October 16, 2017
Attention, attention! Homework is good for you! A recent study suggests that students who do more homework than their peers show positive changes in conscientiousness. Here's what the study can tell you about your study habits and personality.


November 8, 2017

While the college track is right for many post-secondary students, others choose a different direction: Trade school. Also known as “technical&r...

October 26, 2017

More and more students are choosing to take gap years, and with good reason: Not only is a gap year the adventure of a lifetime, but taking time off t...

October 11, 2017

Education and experience are only part of the “big picture” of landing a job. Also essential? Invaluable soft skills, also known as &ldquo...