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Central Asia on the Watch: The Rise of International Higher Education
October 17, 2014
While much has been said recently about East Asia’s rising star, Central Asia is not often at the forefront of discussions about higher education. However, despite a thrust into economic, political and social uncertainty with the collapse of the Soviet Union, the region is characterized by a c...

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Why We Need More Than MOOCs According to Bill Gates
October 14, 2014
There’s a lot of buzz about MOOCs these days, and with good reason: they offer unprecedented access to learning opportunities for many people who might otherwise miss out. However, the Massive Open Online Courses -- at least not in their current incarnation -- aren’t a cure-all for the c...

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New Thinking in Finance: How Business Schools Innovate
October 10, 2014
The world has changed drastically since the financial crisis of 2008, and not just in terms of depleted bank accounts and diminished trust in the financial sector. While it’s easy to dwell on the downsides of the crash, the recovery process has yielded an unexpected consequence: consumers have...

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The New Erasmus+ Report: Why You Should Study Abroad
October 3, 2014
Erasmus has changed the lives of millions of people from all over the world through its popular international exchange programs. Now the organization is poised to impact even more students with the debut of its most innovative program yet: Erasmus+. In a press conference held earlier this week at th...

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All You Have Ever Wanted to Know About Engineering Studies
September 30, 2014
High pay, low unemployment, near-endless prospects, and the opportunity to work on the cutting edge of of science and technology? Engineering studies offers all of this and more for the world’s future problem solvers. From safety and security to transportation and the environment and so much m...

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What Schools Are You Googling? The New Report is Out.
September 25, 2014
Google knows a lot about you: what brands of clothing you like, where you live, and -- if you’ve ever searched on a strange rash or lingering cough -- even your medical history. Privacy concerns aside, the fact is that the mega-search engine’s analytics can tell us more about ourselves t...

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5 Top Reasons Why You Should Study in Japan
September 18, 2014
While sushi, karaoke and bullet trains may be among the first things that come to mind when you think about Japan, there’s a long list of other reasons why this culturally rich and technologically advanced nation is a desirable destination for international students. Read on to learn five reas...

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There's No Place Like Home: U.S. Students Enrollment Trends
July 31, 2014
While the number of U.S. scholars studying abroad is rising, the fact remains that a high percent of American students opt to study domestically, and with good reason: the land of the free and the home of the brave features an education-centric culture resulting in an incomparably diverse, accessibl...

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Why You Should Study Entrepreneurship in Europe
July 18, 2014
“You’ve either got it, or you don’t.” The same words belted by Mama Rose were also once subscribed to a completely different professional path: entrepreneurship. Previously believed by many industry leaders to be an innate skill that couldn’t be taught or learned in a c...

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Studying jewelry design is a creative and sophisticated way to transform your passion into a career. And official certification is a priceless asset a...


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October 18, 2018

A growing body of evidence indicates that using devices, including laptops, tablets, and phones, during class may lead to everything from bad note-tak...


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October 18, 2018

If you are interested in human resources, make sure you get some international experience. Why? It’s critical for your success in the business world...