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china-introduces-new-rules-foreign-studentsChina introduces new rules for foreign students

The Chinese government has announced new rules governing the programmes and services that Chinese universities provide for foreign students. Introduced in June, and officially in...

russia-aims-triple-international-enrolmentRussia aims to triple international enrolment by 2025

A new recruitment strategy seeks to grow Russia’s international enrolment to more than 700,000 students by 2025...

higher-educations-wish-list-brexitHigher education’s wish list for Brexit

Universities UK has set out five priorities for the now-underway Brexit talks. The association is placing the emphasis on...

Internationalisation and focus on student recruitment increasing among US colleges

A new tracking study of internationalisation within US colleges finds a growing emphasis on international...

Australian legislation to tighten regulations for VET providers and agent reporting

The Australian government has introduced new amendments to key education legislation, elements of which will affect both foreign students and education agents. Introduced on 1...

Survey finds high degree of student satisfaction with education agents

A survey of US-bound university students finds that roughly 23% worked with agents, and that those agents...

Brazilian outbound grew in 2016

After a tough 2015, Brazilian outbound shows signs of a return to growth through 2016. A recent survey estimates that...

China cuts undergraduate student quota for Taiwan

A cooling political climate between China and Taiwan has seen significant reductions in air travel and non-degree...

New study explores US educators’ views on pathway partnerships

In 2016, NAFSA released the initial findings of a two-phase research effort designed to map third-party pathway partnerships in the US. And now, with further...

Online enrolment in US continues to grow

The total number of students on US college campuses dropped by nearly one million between 2012 and 2015...

Colombia aims to move higher education reforms forward

Late last year, and after five decades of conflict, the Government of Colombia ratified a peace deal with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). It...

Early reports of increased international yield for Canadian universities

Following on from previous reports of dramatic increases in international applications to Canadian universities this year, we are now seeing the first indications of corresponding growth...

Finland resets on international recruitment

There are more than 20,000 foreign students in Finland currently, three-quarters of which come from non-EU countries...

Australia off to a fast start in 2017

The number of student visas granted for study in Australia increased sharply in the first three months of 2017, rising nearly 22%...

Survey finds prospective students put the emphasis on welcome and teaching quality

A survey of 62,000 prospective international students finds that the degree to which a study destination...

Top Asian institutions form new universities alliance

The Asian Universities Alliance (AUA) was launched in Beijing on 29 April with an initial membership of 15 universities from across the region and seed...

UK confirms funding and fees for EU commencements in 2018

Building on a similar decision for 2017/18 commencements, the British government has announced that EU students...

Malaysian government cools on study abroad but outbound still growing

The Malaysian government continues to send strong signals of its increasing emphasis on domestic provision...

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