New Report Suggests International Experience More Valuable Than You Think
October 4, 2016

Take that foreign language class you’ve always wanted to take!  Graduates need to know how to work across boundaries of language and culture, border and economy to succeed in a global workplace.  A new study by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) suggests that despite its importance, international experiences are undervalued by students.  Let’s take a look at why—and what universities and employers might do about it. 

Young Ukrainians Eager for International Study Opportunities
September 27, 2016
While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, al...

The Push to Protect Erasmus Post-Brexit
September 23, 2016
Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a ...

More Indian Students Head Overseas
September 6, 2016
As Indian families grow in wealth, options for international studies are also expanding for the country’s youth, according to a report from New Delhi Television (NDTV). Let’s take a closer look at the numbers, along with identifying where Indian students are headed and why.

Why are German Students Becoming More Mobile?
June 28, 2016
Germany is climbing the charts as a destination for international students, but Germany's interest in international education isn't a one-way street. German students are increasingly mobile, and new data shows that outbound German students are keeping pace with incoming students from abroad. Let's t...

Did You Know that International Students in Germany Stay on After Graduation?
October 27, 2015
If you're an international student studying or planning to study in Germany, there's a good chance you'll end up staying there. The results of a new international student survey reveal some interesting things about studying abroad in Germany. Let's take a closer look.

$185million Boost to American Study Abroad Programs
October 20, 2015
Governments, institutions, and students recognize that studying abroad is an important part of higher education. In an effort to encourage more students to study abroad, a new initiative has invested $185million in study abroad programs throughout the United States. Here's what this investment means...

Reflections on International Student Life in New Zealand
October 13, 2015
While learning about the history, culture, and academic offerings of potential study abroad destinations can yield valuable insights into whether a particular country or program is right for you, it’s impossible to truly visualize what life will be like until you arrive. That is, until now -- ...

Australia Cancels 11,000 Student Visas
September 25, 2015
Australia’s push to streamline its visa processing framework has had an unanticipated -- and for some, unsettling -- side effect. According to a recent report from The Australian, the government canceled just under 11,000 student visas in the year-long span between June of 2014 and June of 201...


October 20, 2016

Six years ago, the UN General Assembly designated October 20th as “World Statistics Day.”  As the science of learning from data, stat...

October 13, 2016

The stakes are high in every facet of this election. Today, we look at one aspect: higher education, as it pertains to both American and international...

October 10, 2016

Our world, our lives, and our careers are changing faster and faster. Modern professionals need to be able to adapt quickly to new trends in their fie...