WENR, November 2010: Africa

Scottish Online University Offers 250 Full Ride Scholarships Heriot-Watt University’s Edinburgh Business School has launched a new scholarship program offering 250 deserving students from across Africa the chance to earn a master’s degree in business administration from what is considered by many to be one…

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WENR, November 2010: Americas

A Bologna for the Americas Representatives from 40 countries gathered at the first Conference of the Americas on International Education in October to discuss the possibility of a common higher-education space of the Americas, similar to the Bologna agreement in Europe. Proponents argue that greater…

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Current Indian Overseas Enrollment Trends

By Dr. Rahul Choudaha, Associate Director of Development and Innovation, World Education Services After eight consecutive years as the leading country of origin for international students in the United States, India was overtaken by China in the last academic year, and by a large margin….

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Chinese Enrollment Trends in the United States

By Nick Clark, Editor, World Education News & Reviews The Institute of International Education released its annual report on international enrollments in U.S. higher education for academic year 2009/10 in November, and the biggest takeaway was the continued and phenomenal growth from China at a…

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WENR, November 2010: Asia-Pacific

Australia Chinese Warn that Visa Barriers are Deterring Students from Studying in Australia China is easily Australia’s largest source of international students, so it is of great concern to stakeholders there that Chinese student numbers are expected to fall next year, the first time since…

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