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Ahead of the results of the new QS University Rankings: BRICS on 17 December, find out how universities in China are raising their global profile.
The Open Doors 2013 report calls for an increase in US student mobility. Find out why US students are being encouraged to study abroad.
For engineering graduates and students, the UK looks like a promising place to find work, following forecasts of a shortage of engineers.
Language learning is at the heart of the EU’s new Erasmus+ and several other initiatives. Find out why language skills are in demand.
Find out what the new Australian government is doing to encourage more international students to study in Australia.
Get the latest statistics on the benefits of higher education – including graduate salaries, employment rates and more surprising benefits.
Confused by all the new proposals for US higher education reform? Get an overview of Obama’s plans, and what they mean for students.
The launch of the first UK-based MOOC platform, FutureLearn, has put MOOCs back in the spotlight.
Genetic variation in individuals, MOOCs that make you travel, Australian Coalition to maintain education funding.
Research collaboration between Israel and China, Japanese entrance exam sparks debate, reauthorization of Higher Education Act.
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