eWENR, November/December 1999: The Americas

HONDURAS In a landmark decision last week, Hondurasí Supreme Court repealed the law that regulates the amount of tuition and other fees private schools and colleges are allowed to charge per student. The decision was undertaken thanks largely to the efforts of FENIEPH, an organization…

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eWENR, September/October 1999: The Americas

CANADA Tuition fees for college have escalated almost 90 percent since 1990, forcing many students in Canada to rely heavily on student loans with which to finance their education. The average debt load per student is now somewhere around $25,000. Student loans in Canada are…

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eWENR, September/October 1999: Asia Pacific

Regional News  Asia-Pacific  AUSTRALIA Between July 1998 and April 1999, the Australian government granted visas to 95,000 international students. The largest contingent of foreign students receiving visas to attend Australian institutions of higher education came from Indonesia, according to Australian immigration statistics. Most of these…

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eWENR, March/April 1999: The Americas (Regional News)

UNITED STATES Slightly more than one-third of all colleges responding to the most recent College Bound National Admissions Survey reported no change in the number of international enrollments for 1998 compared with the previous year. Another 34 percent said they admitted more foreign students than…

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eWENR, March/April 1999: Asia-Pacific (Regional News)

REGIONAL NEWS   Asia-Pacific   SINGAPORE The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business recently announced plans to open a branch campus in Singapore that will feature an Asian international executive MBA program. This would make it the first American business school to set up…

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