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Spain scraps university entrance exam for foreign students Subscription

31 July 2014 | By

Selectividad test removed in effort to drive up traditionally low number of entrants from abroad

Fly down to Rio, then stretch your horizons Subscription

31 July 2014 | By Donna Bowater

For UK institutions seeking international partners, there is much potential in Brazil outside the three big cities

Bank announces £550 million for university projects

30 Jul 2014 | By

The Santander banking group is to invest €700 million (£550 million) in university projects over the next four years, a conference has heard.

University of Sunderland suspends recruitment at London campus Subscription

17 July 2014 | By

Overseas students due to start courses in August told not to travel to the UK in the wake of the visa fraud inquiry

London universities highlight Indian student scholarships

12 Jul 2014 | By

London universities have launched a fresh attempt to woo Indian students in the face of a huge drop in the number coming to study in the UK.

Stronger Asian systems could reduce student numbers in UK Subscription

10 July 2014 | By

Observatory on Borderless Higher Education report author urges UK universities to factor in growth of transnational education

Visa fraudsters ‘preying on’ London branch campuses Subscription

3 July 2014 | By

UK parent institutions face questions over their procedures and monitoring of capital operations

Glyndwr visa licence suspended amid Home Office crackdown

24 Jun 2014 | Updated: 25 Jun 2014 | By

Universities of West London and Bedfordshire also told they cannot sponsor new international students

International student stabbed to death in Essex

19 Jun 2014 | By

A woman stabbed to death in Essex has been identified as a Saudi Arabian student who was taking an English language course at the county’s university.

Sunderland agrees to waive year-abroad fees

15 Jun 2014 | By

The University of Sunderland has joined a growing list of institutions who have decided to waive fees for language students on a study year abroad

QAA warning over UK international branch campus definition Subscription

12 June 2014 | By

Standards watchdog calls on universities to beware misleading students about overseas facilities

International institutions unite to bolster liberal arts Subscription

12 June 2014 | By

16-member Global Academy of Liberal Arts aims to help reassert value of non-STEM study

Open access publisher brings scholarship to developing world Subscription

12 June 2014 | By

New mobile app helps a Cambridge press offer free digital monographs even to those without computers

Chile offers warm welcome to overseas students Subscription

5 June 2014 | By

Learn Chile project launched to attract students from abroad

Independent Scotland would 'attract international students'

30 May 2014 | By Stephen Maughan

An independent Scotland would reintroduce post-study work visas and ease restrictions on overseas students, the Scottish National Party has pledged.

Room for growth in Japan-UK student traffic Subscription

22 May 2014 | By

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe calls for ‘globalisation’ and more exchanges at university leaders’ summit at University College London

Belarus takes Bologna path to come in from the cold Subscription

15 May 2014 | By Stephen Hoare

The former Soviet satellite is working to raise standards and to court foreign students

New steps and missteps in US hunt for Latin partners Subscription

15 May 2014 | By

Study reveals challenges for US universities seeking alliances in Argentina, Brazil and Chile

Overseas fees of £11,000 ‘have little impact on demand’

14 May 2014 | By

Although tuition charges emerge as most important factor for international students in Hobsons survey

U-Multirank launched by EU commissioner

13 May 2014 | By

A European Union-sponsored university ranking system has gone live after around six years of development.

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