October 2017, Volume 30, Issue 8

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


Posted in Europe, Regional News Summaries

WENR, October 2017: Asia Pacific

Vietnam: Universities Face Shortage of Qualified Lecturers

India Plans Sweeping Higher Education Reforms; Employment Rates for Chinese Graduates Pose Concerns, and more


Posted in Asia Pacific, Regional News Summaries

WENR, October 2017: Africa

Kenya: New Visa Rules Could Hamper Student Flows

Anglophone Universities in Cameroon Shut Down; Corruption at Uganda’s Makerere University, and more


Posted in Africa, Regional News Summaries

WENR, October 2017: Americas

U.S.: STEM Programs Need International Students to Remain Competitive

International Enrollments at Graduate Schools Down for First Time Since 2003, and more


Posted in Americas, Regional News Summaries

How Can U.S. MBA Programs Respond to Declining Demand From International Students?

Full-time, two-year MBA programs in the U.S. have seen declines in application numbers for the third straight year. How can institutions respond?


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Career Expectations, Experiences, and Outcomes of U.S.-Educated International Students: What We Learned

Our research team surveyed more than 2,000 international students to answer a key question: What international students’ career outcomes?


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WENR, October 2017: Middle East

UAE: New Strategy to Improve Higher Ed Sector

A Call for Higher Education Reform in the MENA Region, and more


Posted in Middle East, Regional News Summaries

The Fluctuation Effect: Currency Exchanges and the Cost of Education

Colin Youngblood, Editorial Assistant, WENR REGISTER FOR CAREER EXPECTATIONS WEBINAR &nbsp International students buy into an education market where their purchasing power has the potential to swing wildly. The sticker shock for students studying abroad can thus be considerable. As


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