16 African Countries Sign Credentials-Recognition Agreement

The recognition – or lack thereof – of qualifications when a student moves from one country to another has long hampered the mobility of students, especially in developing countries...


For-Profit Universities Fight Financial Aid Rule Changes

Higher education companies in Brazil are lobbying the government to rescind new rules on financial aid that they fear will stop students enrolling in private programs...


International Enrollments Continue to Boom

According to data released recently by Australia Education International, year-to-date (YTD) enrollments for November 2014 were up by 12.3 percent...


French Universities Perform Well in New Internationalization Ranking

French institutions have performed particularly well in the second annual internationalization rankings from user-driven global higher education U-Multirank rankings...


Internationally Mobile Students from the Region Increasingly Likely to Choose the U.S.

Since 2000, the number of students from the Middle East and North Africa has more than tripled, according to data from the Institute of International Education’s Open Doors report....
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