Thousands of workers who built New York University’s campus in Abu Dhabi were excluded from the institution’s enhanced labour standards, an independent report says.
FoI request reveals UK institution’s legal costs in action that Vilnius University settled for £112,500
THE FoI requests reveal use of recruiters by UK institutions to be highest among post-92s
Queen Mary to open private medical school in Malta Subscription
London university to charge students £25,000 a year to study at Gozo institute
‘Lower standards’ at some institutions a result of rush to recruit overseas students, says embassy’s cultural attaché
A new network has been launched at a UK university to help develop research partnerships between East and Southeast Asia and Europe
University applicants welcome the presence of international students on campus and believe they will improve learning experiences, a survey suggests.
Uclan sets aside £2.8m to cover losses overseas Subscription
University says that provision should be seen in context of a £10 million surplus across the institution as a whole
Visa regime rolls out amid fears about its impact Subscription
Sector frets over how requirement for biometric residence permit and lack of overseas English testing options may affect enrolments
Head of Association of Arab Universities also urges the West not to ignore the plight of Syrian academics and students
Win imitation game with overseas trademarks Subscription
UK universities must register in regions of transnational activity, lawyer advises
Mobile students earn more, study finds Subscription
Those who spend part of their degree overseas tend to earn more in their first job and are less likely to be unemployed six months after graduating
Institution exceeds limit on visa refusals
At THE summit in Qatar, Gulf states hear that culture of entitlement must go
Canadian studies scholars quit UK foundation Subscription
Removal of academic board member from body supporting study of Canada in the UK spurs resignations
Strict conditions on Glyndwr University’s licence to recruit international students are to be maintained, following a Home Office review
Only two awarding bodies accrediting Secure English Language Tests, used to assess overseas students’ language capability, will be approved by the UK government from April.
The UK’s slight growth in international student recruitment over the past year overshadows a “global underperformance” when compared with other countries, an analysis has warned
The government must allow overseas students to stay in the UK after graduation to work as current rules are “jeopardising Britain’s position in the global race for talent”, MPs warn
Plans for a London branch campus teaching 1,200 students have been announced by Newcastle University.