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2.01 million or 80 per cent Chinese students studying abroad between 2016-2019 have returned to China after graduating, the Ministry of Education...
As of January 1, 2021, international students, excluding those coming from the UK, will be allowed to enter Malaysia, the Senior Minister...
China’s college-aged cohort has been experiencing a decline, and studies predict that the decline is expected to continue through 2025 as well.
One of the most prestigious universities in the Middle East, Lebanon’s American University of Beirut (AUB), has announced that it will increase...
There has been an increase in the number of Japanese organizations which have taken the initiative to provide international students in need...
Higher Education News
Nearly 500,000 students will take a university admission exam in Seoul, South Korea, today on December 3, called the Korean College Scholastic...
In collaboration with the Indian Council for Cultural Research (ICCR) under the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), the University of Delhi (DU),...
Australian Education Minister: Vaccine’s Effectiveness Offers Hope to International Students’ Return
The ability of more international students to return to Australian universities’ campuses could depend on the availability of a successful vaccine, the...
Brown University has marked a record-high number of applicants for the class of 2025, with a 26 per cent increase, surpassing that...
Taiwanese Universities to Receive Direct Funding From Defense Ministry for Defence-Related Technologies
Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense along with the Ministry of Science and Technology, have allocated together an amount of NT$5 billion (US$147...
All undergraduate learning will continue to be held online for the rest of the semester, until April 2, 2021, when the academic...