Europe

WENR, November 2017: Europe

U.K: Foreign Student Tuition Fees Main Source of Cross-Subsidy for Underfunded Research

France: New Reforms Give Universities More Power; Swedish HEIs call for internationalization strategy; and more


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WENR, October 2017: Europe

Hungary: Central European University Strikes Agreement with New York, Likely Saved

U.K.: Quality Assurance Agency Clamps Down on Essay Mills, and more


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WENR, September 2017: Europe

Massive Growth in English Language Instruction Over Last Eight Years

Impact of Nationalist Sentiment on Higher Education; U.K.: Grade Inflation Threatens Reputation of University System; and More


Posted in Europe, Regional News Summaries

WENR, July-August 2017: Europe

U.K.: International Tuition Payments Cost Universities an Estimated USD $103 Million in Transaction Fees

A Western Union survey of 100 finance and admissions teams at universities across the U.K. found that the charges incurred from payments is the biggest


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WENR, June 2017: Europe

Hungary: Central European University Gets Reprieve; New York Governor Intercedes

Internationalism under fire in Budapest; German state revamps its tuition system for non-E.U. students; Brexit threatens high fees for Ireland-bound U.K. students


Posted in Europe, Regional News Summaries

WENR, May 2017: Europe

Hungary: Orbán Bends to Legal Threats Against Restrictive Higher Education Law

Central European University gets a reprieve; refugee enrollments rise in Germany; and more.


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WENR, April 2017: Europe

Hungary: Government Proposes New Restrictions on Foreign-Funded Universities

Hungary’s right-wing government may implement strict new requirements for foreign-funded universities. Among the 28 affected universities is the 25-year-old, Soros-funded Central European University.


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WENR, March 2017: Europe

Russia: New Plan to Simplify Visa Process and Increase International Student Numbers

A new plan would simplify the international student visa process, create 5,000 new scholarships for international degree seekers, and increase international student quotas by a third.


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WENR, December 2016: Europe

Sweden and Germany: Most Affordable European Study Destinations

Sweden and Germany are Europe’s most affordable academic destinations, according to a recent analysis that takes into account tuition, currency exchange rates, and cost of living.


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WENR, February 2017: Europe

France: Foreign Minister Announces Plans to Double Indian Student Numbers

French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault has announced a plan to attract more Indian students to France’s higher education institutions, aiming to at least double the current numbers by 2020.


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