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Afghan Students Awarded Türkiye Scholarships Unable to Study in Turkey Due to Suspension of Flights From Afghanistan
Afghan students who have been awarded Türkiye Scholarships are unable to travel to Turkey, as the flights from Afghanistan are currently suspended...
Taliban-Led Afghanistan: Female & Male Students Divided By Curtains In Classrooms As New Term Begins
Universities in Afghanistan, now controlled by the Taliban, began the new semester with curtains separating women students from men in the classroom....
Around 150 students of the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF) have managed to get out of Afghanistan over the past few days,...
The European University Association (EUA) and over 50 higher education networks, organizations, and associations, have joined Scholars At Risk (SAR), a US-based...
Following the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, Pune-based NGO “Sarhad” working for students living amid conflict, confirmed it will adopt 1,000 Afghan students...
35 Afghan students who were expected to pursue higher education in the United Kingdom under the UK government’s scholarships as of September,...
International students might be able to return to their Australian education institutions through small phased programs by the end of this year...
UK: Unaccompanied Students Under 18 Arriving From Red Countries Can Isolate in Accommodation Offered by Their Unis
Travelers entering the United Kingdom from red list countries during the past ten days before their arrival in England are subject to...
Hundreds of international students are expected to return to New South Wales by the end of 2021, following the finalization of the...
The European Commission has launched the new Erasmus+ application, available in all EU languages. The program will provide each student with a...
Despite the overall decrease in the number of international students pursuing higher education in Australia, the country's universities have continued to enroll...