Higher education in South Asia has become increasingly privatized. India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka all have a growing presence of non-state actors in education.
This year’s IIE Open Doors Report has some very good news for U.S. higher education: International student enrollment in the U.S. continues to recover since its record drop in 2020.
What will the future of Chinese international student mobility to the U.S. look like? Developments in China may hold the clue.
China is still the largest source of international students in the U.S. But for how much longer? Part I of a multi-part investigation examines the impact of the pandemic and politics on Chinese international student mobility to the U.S.
More and more, life’s daily activities can be conducted at a distance. Franchise and validation programs could even allow a university education to be delivered across borders.