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.
The shift towards virtual mobility has had a profound impact on international education, creating new opportunities and challenges for both students and institutions.
One-fifth of all active doctors in the U.S. and Canada are trained overseas. This article provides a brief overview of the long-cycle medical programs many of them followed.
The State of Intraregional Student Mobility in Sub-Saharan Africa: Prospects for Greater Regionalization?
International student mobility in Africa is surging but few students stay within the region – a development that tends to promote brain drain.