Net migration has risen to 243,000 in the past year, dashing government hopes of meeting its target, although student immigration has remained stable.
Postgraduate claims that her English was not up to scratch
Shadow minister and UCL alumna calls on university to do ‘all it can’ to stop practice on overseas site
Southeast Asia ‘needs a strong sector identity’ Subscription
British Council report recommends that the region develop an identity revolving around a student experience based on links with employers
Union claims it has evidence of forced labour and exploitation at the Education City complex in Doha
HEA’s International Scholarship awards axed Subscription
£140,000 2014 programme scrapped because of ‘significant budget cuts’
Elite scholars are visiting the universities of Stanford and Berkeley in a mission to boost the country’s standing in a European innovation index
Indian private university searches for site as it signals an interest in partnerships with UK institutions
Selectividad test removed in effort to drive up traditionally low number of entrants from abroad
Fly down to Rio, then stretch your horizons Subscription
For UK institutions seeking international partners, there is much potential in Brazil outside the three big cities
The Santander banking group is to invest €700 million (£550 million) in university projects over the next four years, a conference has heard.
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 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.
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
UK parent institutions face questions over their procedures and monitoring of capital operations
Universities of West London and Bedfordshire also told they cannot sponsor new international students
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.
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
Standards watchdog calls on universities to beware misleading students about overseas facilities
16-member Global Academy of Liberal Arts aims to help reassert value of non-STEM study