Six African Business Schools Forge Alliance

Six of Africa’s top business schools have forged a new association through which they will share resources and expertise, promote academic and student exchanges and conduct research aimed at boosting entrepreneurship, job creation and economic development on the continent...


Argentinian Universities Graduating Just 30% of Enrollees

Argentinian universities are graduating only three out of ten students, while in neighboring Chile six out of ten graduate, and in Brazil five out of ten students graduate...


Australian Universities Encouraged to Market to International Middle School Students

A third of prospective international students start considering their university options between the ages of 11 and 15 according to a survey of students applying to Australian universities carried out by Hobsons...


Increasing Number of University Mergers Across the Continent

The European University Association (EUA) released a new report in April mapping and analyzing university mergers and concentration processes in 20 higher education systems across the continent over the last 15 years...


New University Targets Overseas Workers

A new university aimed at attracting the children of expat workers will open in Jeddah in collaboration with India’s Bangalore-based Bapuji Institute of Science & Technology, according to a recent article in Arab News...
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