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Gallaudet University and National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange to Host...

On July 31, 2020, Gallaudet University and the National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange (NCDE) will host the Joining Hands Symposium, a one-day event...

Brandeis Becomes First US University to Ban Caste-Based Discrimination

Brandeis University recently became the first higher education institution in the United States to ban discrimination based on the caste system of India, Nepal,...

Recruiting International Students from Africa Is a Worthwhile Challenge

As colleges and universities in the United States face persistent declines in both domestic and international enrollment, some institutions have redirected their recruitment efforts...

Experts Explain the Continuing Drop in International Enrollment and What Higher...

Declines in international student enrollment are a growing concern at American institutions of higher education. Since the start of the fall 2019 semester, data released...

Spike in International Applicants at Ivy Leagues Creates Competition for Domestic...

In the past several years, international enrollment at top private U.S. colleges and universities has increased considerably, resulting in greater competition between these and...

The Plight of Syrian Students

 And the obstacles they face on their path to higher education  Since the civil war broke out in Syria in the spring of 2011, more...

Business Schools Increase Focus on Workplace Preparedness, Global Competence

Business school administrators have heard the complaints: Newly minted college graduates don’t make the grade when it comes to their first job. Employers lament that...

Jackson State University Offers Students a Passport to the World

How one historically black college is offering its students a once-in-a-lifetime international experience In 2012-2013, a mere 9 percent of U.S. undergraduates studied abroad, according...