South Africa Announces Extra Funding for Higher Education
March 21, 2016

South Africa is prioritizing higher education. The country's budget review for 2016 outlines some changes in funding for higher education. Here's what students and educators in South Africa can expect in the coming year.

New Zealand Gives $300,000 For International Education Promotion
March 14, 2016
International education is big business in New Zealand, and two of the country's regions have just been given a big financial boost aimed at growing their overseas profiles. So what can we expect to see from New Zealand in the next couple years? Let's take a closer look at the regions' plans!

Chinese Students Sought After By Universities in Turkey
March 7, 2016
While Turkey’s quest to gain a larger share of the international higher education market by 2020 is nothing new, it has recently zeroed in on China as a particular area of focus. Let’s take a closer look at what we can expect in terms of international cooperation between the two countrie...

New Zealand Plans to Bring Free Higher Education to its Citizens
February 29, 2016
New Zealand could see some exciting changes in adult education. This news comes after the country’s Labour Party announced a new plan for continuing education in New Zealand. The party hopes to have the chance to implement their ideas, so let’s take a closer look and see what could lie i...

Will Degree Recognition Break Down Barriers Between New Zealand and Malaysia?
February 22, 2016
The ties between New Zealand and Malaysia are about to get even stronger thanks to a recent move toward mutual degree recognition. Let’s take a closer look at what to expect, along with why this development comes as promising news for both countries.

Ireland Wants to Double the Number of International Students
February 15, 2016
Have you ever wanted to study in Ireland? If so, now’s your chance. The Irish Ministry of Education wants to double the number of international students at Irish institutions. Let’s see what Ireland is planning to attract new students from abroad.

Are You Up To Becoming a Citizen Scientist?
February 8, 2016
Kids all over the world dream of becoming marine biologists. Now, the UK is putting those dreams within reach of the public through the collaborative “Capturing Our Coast” project. Let’s take a closer look at this important initiative, along with how you can get involved as a Citiz...

Ireland Announces New English-Language Study Reforms
February 2, 2016
The Republic of Ireland wants to ensure that students coming to learn English receive the highest level of instruction and support. With that in mind, the country has announced several new reforms that were set to go into effect at the end of January. The reforms will have a big impact on internatio...

International Education Continues Upward Trend in New Zealand
January 25, 2016
International education continued a significant and sustained growth trend in 2015, according to the “New Zealand International Education Snapshot".  Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with what it means for both New Zealand and international mobility at large in 2016.

China Announces Plans to Boost African Academic Support and Training
January 18, 2016
The next few years should see some big developments in educational cooperation between China and universities across the African continent. The Chinese government has revealed some major plans for boosting development, training, and infrastructure for education in African nations, but the benefits a...


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