A Quarter of College Admissions Officers Check Applicants' Social Media
December 14, 2018
About a quarter of college admissions officers say that they check applicants' social media profiles and accounts. But before you clean up your Facebook account, read on to learn more about the issue.

Unconditional Offers Alive and Well in the UK
December 10, 2018
We recently featured the story of one UK university’s decision to stop giving unconditional offers to applicants for admission. However, the unconditional offer trend is still going strong. In fact, more than a third of 18-year-old applicants received unconditional offers in 2018.

UK Tax Office Warns Students They Are The Target Of A Scam
December 7, 2018
Students in the UK, beware: the UK tax authority, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), warned that you are a target of tax scammers. Let's take a closer look.

French Government Increases Tuition Fees For Non-EU International Students
December 5, 2018
France, the world's most popular non-English-speaking study abroad destination, will raise its tuition and fees for non-EU international students starting in September 2019. Find out why.

Public Universities Make Big Push for Student Success
November 30, 2018
In the US, 130 public institutions are working to improve student success rates. Let's take a look at this bold venture.

Do This One Thing If you Want to Enjoy Your Job More
November 26, 2018
The quest for a fulfilling job is one that drives many of us. Now comes research from LinkedIn indicating that the key to career satisfaction may rest with one thing: spending time learning at work. Here’s a closer look at at the study, including other key findings relevant to job enjoyment.

Canadian Universities Keep Indigenous Languages Alive
November 23, 2018
Canada's indigenous languages are on the brink of dying out. Some universities are rallying to save them. Let's take a closer look.

Who’s Founding America’s Biggest Startups and Why It Matters
November 19, 2018
Startups offer an abundance of benefits, including everything from promoting innovation to supporting economic diversity. But where are all these startups coming from? According to a recent policy brief from the National Foundation for American Policy (NFAP), immigrants are responsible for the creat...

UK University Tuition Fees Could Be Cut
November 16, 2018
The UK's Prime Minister Theresa May recently proposed cutting tuition costs to £6,500 in a plan to reform higher education. It may not be as good as it sounds. Let's take a closer a look.

Meet Bina48, the First Robot to Teach a College Course
November 14, 2018
Meet the humanoid robo-professor who just taught her first college course.


December 12, 2018

Today, Kenya celebrates Jamhuri Day, which is Republic Day in Swahili. It's the day Kenya celebrates its independence -- 55 years to be exact. Let's t...

December 5, 2018

There are lots of reasons to study abroad. Here are six reasons why it may be a great option for you.

November 28, 2018

Let’s face it: even though they may seem like the norm, college degrees aren’t for everyone. In fact, while more people than ever are going to col...