South Africa: Law Programs at Four Universities May Lose Accreditation

Quality challenges at South African law programs; Kenyan reforms seek to address degree fraud; Zimbabwe focuses on ways to combat degree mills.


North America: Call to Strengthen U.S.-Mexico Higher Ed Partnerships in New Political Era

Calls to strengthen U.S.-Mexico transnational partnerships; a new Brazilian scholarship program; and more.

Asia Pacific

Japan: International Enrollments up by Almost 15 Percent

Rising International Enrollments in Japan; college mergers in Singapore; accreditation reforms in India.


Hungary: Orbán Bends to Legal Threats Against Restrictive Higher Education Law

Central European University gets a reprieve; refugee enrollments rise in Germany; and more.

Middle East

U.S. Temporary Visas from Muslim-Majority Countries Down

Egypt pursues int'l enrollments; decline in temporary U.S. visa applications may signal softening int'l education interest, and more.
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