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East meets West in MBA for future masters of universe Subscription

3 April 2014 | By

‘Billionaires come to us to study’, Chinese business school dean says of his role in £77,000 joint course

Satellite campuses in China are slow boat to secure future Subscription

13 February 2014 | By

Nottingham is one of a growing number of universities with a presence in or around Shanghai

James Bond and Grand Theft Auto ‘among reasons to study in UK’

11 Jan 2014 | By

The UK High Commissioner in India has tried to convince Indians to study in Britain amid fears they are being deterred by red tape and exchange rates

Indonesia struggles to bridge its skills gap Subscription

14 November 2013 | By

Vocational courses are the latest focus of government investment

Inside Higher Ed: Faculty respond to threat to academic freedom

16 Sep 2013

By Elizabeth Redden, for Inside Higher Ed

‘Death threats’ in Thailand for UK whistleblower Subscription

22 August 2013 | By

Wyn Ellis, who made a plagiarism claim against an official, has received menacing calls

The sunny side of leading a Malaysian university Subscription

8 August 2013 | By

Graeme Wilkinson left Wales to head a private institution that was more familiar than it first appeared

Signs of movement towards autonomy give Burmese hope Subscription

25 July 2013 | By

As junta’s grip relaxes, Aung San Suu Kyi joins drive to rebuild sector

Delhi opts for four-year programmes Subscription

20 June 2013 | By

V-c points to reform’s intellectual and vocational benefits

Fraud fears rocket as Chinese seek a place at any price Subscription

13 June 2013 | By Jon Marcus

Western universities scramble to spot fraudulent applications from China’s hypercompetitive students

UK 'fly in, fly out' scholars fail to take off in China Subscription

16 May 2013 | By

Students dissatisfied with contact hours, QAA overseas provision review shows

Aung San Suu Kyi calls for help from UK universities

09 May 2013 | By

Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi has called on British universities to help remedy the suppression of Burmese universities by the nation’s former military regime

West’s universities reconsider China-funded Confucius Institutes Subscription

4 April 2013 | By Jon Marcus

Canadian human-rights case highlights disquiet at practices of Beijing-funded centres up on foreign campuses

Brick nations’ strengths are unevenly distributed, says report Subscription

28 February 2013 | By

Research gains in Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Korea are not necessarily in their strongest suits, finds Thomson Reuters

Cameron’s Indian signs welcome, but policy unchanged Subscription

21 February 2013 | By

‘Change of tone’ will not arrest falling student numbers, critics argue. David Matthew reports

Chinese assets and liabilities for Hong Kong ‘hub’ plans Subscription

14 February 2013 | By

Global push complicated by mainland links

Obama: you must listen to this man Subscription

7 February 2013 | By

Leeds scholar’s calls for Cambodian reform backed by US president

'Alarming' drop in students from Indian subcontinent

11 Jan 2013 | By

The number of Indian students studying at UK universities fell by 24 per cent last year, figures show

Bristol-Kyoto symposium aims to boost UK-Japan links

08 Jan 2013 | By

A university will this week welcome 90 academics from a single Japanese institution in what thought to be the biggest international symposium of its kind held in the UK.

Survey reveals UK study benefits for Chinese

23 Dec 2012 | By

Chinese students who study in Britain return to their home country more open-minded and tolerant, according to a new study.

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