Articles

Who Owns Your Work?
March 16, 2018
You work. You work a lot. You produce papers, theses, prototypes, and lab results. You write about all of it. It's yours, right? The answer gets murky, especially if you do something that launches your university into the academic spotlight. Confused? You thought you owned all of your work? Rest easy. You might. You might not. You need to understand how intellectual property works, your rights, your responsibilities, and how to navigate the gray areas. Let's take a closer look.

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Why You Should Study Fine Art and Design in the Netherlands
March 13, 2018
Art & Design is integrated into everything we see and do. It directly influences our perceptions of the world around us and how we interact with it. One of the most exciting places to pursue your artistic dreams? The Netherlands. Here’s a closer look at the benefits of studying art & design in the...

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5 Exciting Careers for Outdoor Recreation Majors
March 9, 2018
Outdoor recreation contributed $373.3 billion to the US GDB in 2016 -- surpassing other industries like utilities and mining. Not only that, but it’s expanding: With a growth rate of 3.8 percent, outdoor recreation outpaced the overall economy’s growth of 2.8 percent, according to The Statesman ...

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It's Zero Discrimination Day: 4 Biases You Need To Understand
March 1, 2018
Today, March 1, is Zero Discrimination Day, a day sponsored by UNAIDS. Today, UNAIDS is highlighting the right of everyone to be free of discrimination. This includes discrimination based age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, race, ethnicity, language, health, geographical loca...

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How You Can Make a Difference by Studying in NYC
March 1, 2018
It’s no surprise that New York City turns up on list after list of “best student cities.” But today’s students are considering much more than what they’ll get out of a particular study opportunity. They’re also thinking about what they can give. The good news? New York is also a standout...

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Make Your Research Global – Study in Russia!
February 26, 2018
Russia has long been a bastion of scientific knowledge. Factor in the growth potential of its economy and the country’s increasing prioritization of technological innovation, and the massive country is positioned to become a powerhouse on the global research stage. Read more about international st...

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Studying Abroad? Don't Miss These Holiday Destinations
February 22, 2018
Studying abroad means the opportunity to discover an entirely new environment. But why limit yourself to just one? Depending on where you’re studying, many interesting places, cultures, and people are just a hop, skip or jump away. Read on for a roundup of magnificent places to visit from wherever...

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7 Black History Month Films for International Students
February 21, 2018
If you watch only one film for Black History Month, you'll probably want to head to the cinema to see Black Panther. The Marvel superhero film is breaking records and boundaries and its Afrofuturist aesthetic offers an accessible path into the struggle, triumphs, and hopes of people of color in the...

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Why You Should Pursue a Joint Master’s Degree
February 20, 2018
Want the chance to study in two places, earn two degrees, immerse yourself in two cultures and languages, and prepare yourself for an exciting career? Consider a joint master’s degree. Let’s take a closer look at why you should pursue one—and a great place to do it.

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Why You Should Study International Management in Two Languages
February 13, 2018
International management is all about creating global business strategies to foster positive change, and talented international managers optimize their skills to practice on the global stage. One important skill to have in your management tool-box: language skills. And the best way to hone that skil...

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August 16, 2018

UK education secretary Damian Hinds recently delivered his first major speech on social mobility. A focus point? Calling for increased efforts to help...


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August 8, 2018

More than 800,000 international students in Australia comprised 3.5 percent of the country’s total population, as of earlier this spring. Here’s a...