Moroccan International Students Most Represented on French Campuses
February 6, 2017

Of the 310,000 international students in France in 2015, the largest number—37,000 students—came from Morocco.  Learn more about France’s international student population—where they come from, where they study, and what they study.  Let’s take a closer look. 

Will Degree Classification Change in the UK?
January 30, 2017
Degree classification, long-linked to whether or not new graduates in the UK would secure interviews and top-notch jobs, may face a renaissance.  Let’s take a closer look. 

What to Expect from Brexit Negotiations: May Weighs In
January 23, 2017
The world has long been awaiting direction from the UK government regarding what to expect during Brexit negotiations, and Prime Minister Theresa May recently responded with the 12-point “Plan for Britain.” Number 10 on her list? That the UK remain the “best place for science and i...

In the UK, ESL Offers Primary School Advantage
January 16, 2017
Primary school students in the UK who speak English as a second language are likely to perform better than their peers who speak English as their native language.  A new report issued by the British Department for Education offers statistics.  Let’s take a closer look at those figure...

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...

Home Ownership for Student Loan Borrowers
January 2, 2017
Making New Year’s resolutions is hard enough.  Sticking to them is another story.  Invariably, your New Year’s resolution list has something related to spending money.  Well, here’s some good news: if you’re resolved to pay down your student loan debt, be on th...

From Codebreaking Center to Cyber College
December 26, 2016
The location where Alan Turing cracked the Nazis’ fabled “unbreakable” Enigma code, Britain’s Bletchley Park was an epicenter of codebreaking in the UK during World War II. Now, according to a recent report from Reuters, it’s preparing to play host to the next generatio...

UK Students Protest University Reforms
December 19, 2016
Students and faculty across the UK say that the government’s proposed reforms to higher education push privatization.  The Conservative Party’s view?  The reforms create competition.  Take a closer look at the proposed reforms and decide for yourself.

State Higher Ed Enrollments Double in India
December 12, 2016
India’s efforts to amp up its higher education offerings at the state level are paying off, as evidenced by a rapid rise in its gross enrollment ratio (GER). According to a recent report from The Times of India, state higher education GER nearly doubled from 8.4 to 15.4 in the three-year perio...

Queensland Australia to Double Number of International Students By 2026
December 5, 2016
Queensland Australia just released an ambitious plan to double its numbers of international students by 2026, capture 20 percent of the market share, and create 6,800 new jobs in international education.  Find out more.


October 4, 2018

New York. Boston. Washington, DC. Chicago. San Francisco. What do these five cities have in common? They are all meccas for international students in ...

September 20, 2018

There is some debate these days about the value of a college degree. Some see it as a long, expensive path that leads them where they will end up anyw...

September 5, 2018

If you are planning to travel to or study in a far-off location, you have many exciting things ahead of you. One less than thrilling prospect, however...