Brazil’s Education System to Get a Singapore-Style Boost
April 16, 2018
A partnership between NIE International (NIEI) Singapore, the business consultancy arm of the National Institute of Education, and one of Brazil's largest non-governmental organizations, the Ayrton Senna Institute (IAS), will lead to new educational opportunities for more than 50,000 Brazilian students. Here’s a closer look at the arrangement.

American Colleges See Decline in Foreign Language Learning
April 13, 2018
It's not news that US college students lag behind in second-language learning and a recent report indicates that the US may be falling even further behind. Learn more about the decline of language learning in the US.

This is How International Students Can Work on US Campuses
April 9, 2018
International graduates can work on campuses in the US. Find out how. Let's take a closer look.

India Launches a "Study in India" Campaign
April 7, 2018
The Indian government recently approved a new $23 million initiative to brand India as a prime study destination for international students. Learn more about the "Study in India" initiative. Let's take a closer look.

Malala Comes Back To Pakistan For First Time After Attack
April 4, 2018
Malala Yousafzai, the world's youngest Nobel laureate, recently returned to Pakistan for the first time since 2012, when she was shot by the Taliban for defying them. Learn more.

This Country Claims the Most International English-Language Students Per Population
March 30, 2018
If you answered the UK to the title question, you’re wrong. The US? Canada? Australia? Wrong. Wrong. Wrong. According to an annual review by Marketing English in Ireland (MEI), the answer is a somewhat surprising one: Ireland. Here’s a closer look at the data.

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.

US Universities Take on Low Student Voter Turnout
March 26, 2018
While college students are known for making their voices heard through political activism, they may be falling short when it comes to one of the simplest ways to impact change: Voting. In fact, just 18 percent of young people voted in 2014 compared to 37 percent for the overall population. Now, uni...

Is New Zealand a Model for Indigenous Student Success?
March 19, 2018
New Zealand's success with indigenous student enrollments may inspire Australia to follow a similar tack. Let's take a closer look at how New Zealand serves as Australia's model for indigenous student success.

Post-Brexit English-Speaking Courses on the Rise in Europe
March 16, 2018
While Brexit negotiations still underway, its full impact is not yet known. However, European higher education entities are taking steps to be ready for what’s next. One initiative underway at universities, according to a recent report from The Independent? An increase in English-speaking courses ...


April 19, 2018

They’re all over the news when it comes to education and assessment. Some folks favor them, some not so much. Let's take a closer look at what stand...

April 5, 2018

There’s more than one path to success and they don’t necessarily involve four-year degrees or any degree at all. College is not for everybody. Lea...