WENR, June 2006: Europe

European Higher Education has Positive International Reputation, Generally Speaking The findings of a recent survey conducted by the Academic Cooperation Association  (ACA), “Perceptions of European Higher Education in Third Countries,” illustrate that Europe’s higher education offerings are perceived positively around the world, although information on…

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WENR, June 2006: Africa

UN Reports a Huge Global Shortage of Teachers The United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO, released a report in April projecting a worldwide shortage of 18 million teachers over the next decade, most critically in sub-Saharan Africa and the Arab states. The authors…

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Education in Mexico

By Kevin Rolwing, Assistant Director, World Education Services VIEW FREE ARCHIVED WEBINAR: EDUCATION IN MEXICOMexico’s education system and its evolution over the last half-century can be characterized by one defining feature: its expansive growth. From 1950 to 2000, total student enrollments in the formal education…

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WENR, June 2006: Russia & The Commonwealth of Independent States

Azerbaijan Ministry of Education Deaccredits University Azerbaijan’s Ministry of Education has revoked its recognition of Independent Azerbaijan University. Minister of Education Misir Mammadov told a press conference that the university’s license to operate, which has been expired since 2004, would not be revalidated. The University…

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WENR, June 2006: Asia-Pacific

Editorial Note: Web links have been removed from this page due to outdated third-party web content. 3 Asian Universities Team-Up to Offer Joint MBA Korea University, National University of Singapore and Fudan University (China) reached an agreement recently to jointly offer an “Asian-style” MBA program….

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