Space is Now Within Reach for Australian Students
October 13, 2017

Australia’s federal government recently announced plans to grow a domestic space industry, and the country’s students are exploring new opportunities as a result. Here’s a closer look at how Australian kids are dreaming bigger -- and yet closer to home -- since the news broke.

Will Japan Change Residency Requirement for Creatives?
October 10, 2017
The Japanese government is currently weighing whether or not to relax residency requirements for international students studying anime, design and culinary professions. The aim? To make it easier for graduates in these fields to find work after graduating. Here’s a closer look at the proposal,...

Germany Joins France in Making the Planet Great Again
October 6, 2017
France and Germany have officially team up to support international climate research, according to recent news from the 19th Franco-German Council of Ministers in Paris. Here’s a closer look at the joint initiative.

Higher Education Changes on the Horizon, Says May
October 5, 2017
While coughing fits and pranks might have garnered the majority of media buzz following Theresa May’s 2018 party conference address, there were also useful takeaways on several fronts, including higher education. Here’s a closer look at what May had to say about the Conservative party&rs...

Brazilian Students Keener to Study Abroad
October 3, 2017
A new market survey reveals that Brazilian students are more likely to study abroad than they were in 2015.  Let’s take a closer look to find out why.

In New Zealand, University Entrance Requirements May Be Tightened
September 29, 2017
New Zealand may change its university entrance requirements in literacy.  Why?  Let’s find out. 

Japan’s Financial Uncertainty Triggers Research Sector Woes
September 26, 2017
RIKEN, Japan’s leading scientific research institution, was once a bastion of scientific research thanks to generous government funding. However, the effects of the nation’s ongoing financial crisis are trickling down into the research sector. Here’s a closer look at the issue, alo...

In Israel, Less Than One Third of Computer Science Students Are Women
September 22, 2017
If you’re a woman interested in computer science, consider studying in Israel.  Last week, we reported that Israel is looking for more international students, and this week we learned that Israel needs more women in computer science.

International Students Bring Millions to Hawaii’s Economy
September 19, 2017
Aloha! International students brought $500 million to the Hawaiian economy last year, in the form of direct spending and job creation.  Let’s take a closer look at the positive economic impact that international students bring to the state.

International Financial Firms Announce Tuition Payment Promotion for Chinese Students
September 15, 2017
Several financial firms are working together to offer an exciting tuition promotion for Chinese students studying in the US, the UK, Canada, New Zealand, France, Australia, Switzerland, Singapore, Japan, Czech Republic, and Ireland.  Let’s take a look at what’s in store.


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 murk...

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. O...

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’...