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UK Universities Minister Advises Students to Apply for Refunds on Poor Quality Courses

Minister of State for Universities of the United Kingdom, Michelle Donelan, advised students who have not been satisfied with the quality that...

EU Aims to Equip at Least 80% Of All Adults With Basic Digital Skills by 2030

On the International Day of Education - January 24, the European Commission and High Representative/Vice-President Josep Borrell issued a statement, recalling the importance of...

On International Day of Education, UNICEF & UNESCO Call for Joint Action to Overcome Learning Loss Caused by Pandemic

In a joint statement, UNICEF Regional Director for Eastern and Southern Africa Mohamed Fall, and UNESCO Regional Director for Eastern Africa Hubert...

Universities, Colleges in England Offering Poor Quality Education to Face Restrictions & Fines

The Office for Students (OfS), the independent regulator of higher education in England, which aims to ensure that students get a high-quality...

University of Nebraska Reports 2,011 Positive Cases of COVID-19

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln has registered 2,011 positive cases of COVID-19 during the week of January 14-20, the university has announced in its...

UC San Diego Planning to Add 3,310 Dorm Beds to Prevent Housing Shortage

The University of California San Diego is working on two student housing-focused projects that foresee the construction of dormitories that would provide...

Dartmouth College to Admit Int’l Students Based on Their Qualifications, Not Their Ability to Pay

Dartmouth College has announced a need-blind admissions policy, which will include international students, United States citizens, permanent residents, and eligible non-citizens.