Overseas-Educated Graduates Underused

African and European cooperation has produced a growing number of African graduates who have studied abroad. But the continent is not benefitting as much as it should...


NZ Education Minister Tours Latin America on Trade Visit

New Zealand is aiming to increase its profile as a study destination among Latin American students as its minister of tertiary education, skills and employment visited the region for the first time in April...


The Global Talent Pool Grew 45% Over the Last Decade, Led By China and India

The number of tertiary educated young people (25-34 years old) in OECD and G20 countries has grown by nearly 45 percent in the past decade and is expected to keep growing until 2030, reports the OECD...


Bologna Progress Report Says Much Left to be Done in Harmonizing Education System

Much more needs to be done to harmonize Europe’s higher education system, according to a new report on the state of implementation of the Bologna Process across the European Higher Education Area (EHEA)...


US$250 Million for US-Egypt University Partnerships and Student Exchange

Egypt and the United States have launched a US$250 million, three-year initiative to enhance university partnerships and provide nearly 2,000 scholarships and exchanges for high-achieving Egyptians to study at home and in America...
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