There is a symbiotic relationship between international relations and international education that cannot be ignored. When international affairs are relatively stable, it can be easy to forget this relationship. However, during times of turbulence, the effects can be drastic.
The travel ban fiasco and other actions out of Washington have damaged U.S. higher education, and shaken the long held perception among students, their parents, and others of the United States as an open and welcoming country for international education.
Current trends in education and international student mobility in Thailand, with an overview of the education system, institutions, and qualifications.
What global and local macro-trends contribute to corruption in academia? How are individuals, higher education institutions, and civil society affected?
A look at current trends in education and international student mobility in Australia. Includes an overview of the education system, and a guide to institutions and qualifications.
New findings about student mobility to the U.S. show how sensitive international student flows are to a number of local and global phenomena.
Smaller Tier II and III cities offer smaller and unranked HEIs a chance to reach students who may be less status conscious, and more open to a range of education options in the U.S.
Cities such as Chandighar, Mysore, and Bhubaneswar offer an opportunity to diversify recruitment efforts – a necessity at a time when Indian student interest in U.S. institutions shows signs of cooling.
Original research, new insights: International students with a budget of over $50k a year are more than twice as likely to consider being in or close to a major city as “very important.”
A look at current trends in education and international student mobility in Vietnam. Includes a guide to institutions and qualifications.