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13% of Irish Students Believe University Prepares Them Very Little for Labor Market

More than four in 10 students in Ireland, or 13 per cent of them, said they gain few skills at universities and colleges which could help them in finding a job, the...

University of Alabama Might Resume in-Person Learning in January

The University of Alabama (UA) in Tuscaloosa is considering requiring students and other faculty members to resume full-time in-person work on campus in early January. According to university representatives,...

International Students in Turkey Volunteer to Help Earthquake Victims

A group of international students in Turkey have volunteered for the Turkish Red Crescent to help people in the country, after an earthquake of 6.6 - 7.0 magnitude hit the Aegean region...

UUK Publishes New Guidance on Tackling Racial Harassments in UK Higher Education

Universities UK (UUK) has published today, on November 24, 2020, the latest set of recommendations aiming to address and deal with racial harassment in the UK higher education institutions.

128 Cambodian Students Stuck in Israel Amid Pandemic to Return to Their Country

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Kingdom of Cambodia in coordination with the Israeli government will arrange the return of 128 Cambodian students who have graduated from Israel...