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What Does Brexit Mean for Education Funding in the UK?
June 24, 2016

With the count in and the UK set to leave the EU, the implications of Brexit remain uncertain. One area likely to take a significant hit? Research funding from EU sources. Let’s take a closer look at the study, along with how losing this support may affect everything from jobs to economic growth.


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Chile to Support Technology Transfer Hubs with $19 Million
June 21, 2016
We have some big technology news from Chile. Last month the Chilean government announced the foundation of three new technology transfer hubs aimed at bringing Chile's research and development capabilities into the global spotlight. These hubs will unite the potential of numerous universities, cente...

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Japan Sees Record Employment for Graduates
June 17, 2016
We have exciting employment news from Japan. The government just announced a record-breaking employment rates, and university graduates were leading the way. Let's explore Japan's low unemployment and see how degree holders are faring in soaring economy.

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Science and Innovation Get Budget Boost in New Zealand
June 14, 2016
New Zealand’s recent budget announcement is being lauded by Universities New Zealand for its emphasis on research, skills and tertiary education. Just how much funding is headed toward higher education and how will it impact New Zealand and its students? Let’s take a closer look.

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Kenya Proposes New Masters Degree Guidelines
June 10, 2016
Kenya's higher education system is growing rapidly, and the government is working to develop programs, initiatives, and regulations will keep pace with the demand for degrees. Now, proposed rule changes to graduate program requirements are making a stir in Kenya. Let's find out more about the new pr...

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Is a Teaching Job Waiting For You in Hawaii?
June 7, 2016
Have you always dreamed of living in the paradise of Hawaii? Well, the prospect of overcoming the state’s high cost of living in order to do so just got a bit better. But there is one condition: You need to be a teacher specializing in “special education, secondary mathematics and second...

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UK Launches £45m Higher Education Cooperative
June 3, 2016
Higher Education in several global regions may soon get a big financial boost for higher education. Last month, the UK announced the development of a new funding scheme aimed at supporting transnational cooperation and higher education. The UK government believes that the country can play a vital pa...

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Is the UK Moving to Link Higher Quality with Higher Tuitions?
May 31, 2016
A recent white paper published by the UK’s Department for Business Innovation & Skills suggests that better universities may soon have the ability to raise tuition fees beyond the current £9,000 limit as part of its ambitious teaching excellence framework. What, specifically, can we ...

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Rihanna Launches Global Scholarship Program
May 27, 2016
Pop star Rihanna is making headlines, but this time, it's not about the music. The singer recently launched a scholarship program that will give students the chance to earn a bachelor's degree in the US. Read on to find out how you could earn a scholarship from the Clara Lionel Foundation – bu...

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British Council Ranks Germany and Malaysia Highest for International Education
May 24, 2016
Countries around the world are working hard to improve their international education presence. But which countries provide the best service to international students, and what makes those countries stand out above the rest? The British Council conducted a study earlier this year, and their findings ...

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So you’ve completed all of your coursework, donned a graduation cap and gown, twisted the honoured tassel, and crossed the stage to claim your well-...


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June 14, 2018

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June 7, 2018

Google the words “digital disruption,” and more than a million hits come back. Google it again tomorrow, and the results will likely have multipli...