News Archive 2011
CHINA: Nine in 10 students feel the burden of high fees
LATIN AMERICA: New EU project aims at integration
INDIA: Student loan applications double in five years
US-AFRICA: Carnegie Mellon to open Rwanda campus
GLOBAL: 'Loose' versus 'tight' countries
ECUADOR: Who benefits from free higher education?
SENEGAL: Plight of thousands of jobless graduates
SENEGAL: Radical reforms for higher education
GLOBAL: Funding to strengthen debate
CHINA: Huge research grant for branch campus
GLOBAL: Rapid growth in joint and dual degrees - IIE
GLOBAL: What do international students study?
GLOBAL: The world's talent pool is changing - OECD
DNA study suggests Asia was settled in multiple waves of migration
Citizens of the World
For Expat Professors in South Korea, Students Can Be the Biggest Cultural Surprise
Global Rankings: What Do Australia and Kansas Have in Common?
Africa: The Next Market for Cross-Border Higher Education?
Duke U. Pushes Back Opening of Controversial Campus in China
Fear of Repression Spurs Scholars and Activists to Build Alternate Internets
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