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Legislation aims to boost study abroad for US students

Legislation aims to boost study abroad for US students

News Congresswoman Cheri Bustos (D-IL) and Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL) have introduced the latest incarnation of the bipartisan Senator Paul Simon Study Abroad Program Act. This bill would establish a competitive grant program, run by the Department of...
New international student enrolment declines at US universities

New international student enrolment declines at US universities

News A new report finds that the number of new international students to US universities has fallen slightly. The decrease is the first in more than a decade. An economic analysis of the report has determined that spending by foreign students attending US universities...
More study abroad opportunities needed for students of color

More study abroad opportunities needed for students of color

News As a junior at Howard University, Savannah Bowen left Washington, D.C., to study at the Sorbonne in Paris for the spring semester. Her experiences in France have since become an invaluable reference point when mapping out her career. “I’ve learned a lot about...

UK higher education giant eyes £700m sale as Brexit looms

Providence-owned Study Group has hired banks to handle a sale amid doubts about future UK immigration rules, according to Sky News. The largest provider of international students to Britain’s higher education institutions is preparing to kick off a £700m sale...
UK universities get high marks from international students

UK universities get high marks from international students

International students who studied at UK universities are overwhelmingly satisfied with their experiences in the UK. Data collected from the world’s largest survey of international students shows the UK is ranked first by international students for overall...