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Chinese high school students have highest preference for college education

Asia/ China/ 19.05.2020/ Source: www.china.org.cn. Nearly 90 percent of Chinese high school students intend to pursue higher education, according to recent research by the China Youth and Children Research Center. The research, jointly conducted with research institutions from the United States, Japan and the Republic of Korea (ROK), aims to compare the learning performance of high […]

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China: Delocalization could be future of higher education

Asia/ China/ 12.05.2020/ By: Joshua Kobb/ Source: global.chinadaily.com.cn. The global higher education market was valued last year at $65.4 billion and has been projected to reach $118 billion by 2027. International education represents a large part of learning activities and is a major source of tuition revenue from nondomestic students. In 2018, nearly 1.1 million […]

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Flexible learning during Covid-19:  how to ensure quality higher education at a distance

GEM REPORT By Michaela Martin and Uliana Furiv, respective lead and consultant working at the UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning programme specialist on a project on flexible learning pathways. The Covid-19 outbreak closed universities and other tertiary education institutions in 175 countries and communities, affecting over 220 million post-secondary students. While some institutions moved […]

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How will Covid-19 affect the internationalization of higher education?

Gem Report University costs. It didn’t take long after universities closed their doors in the United States, for instance, for students to start advocating to get their money back. Twitter is awash with professors concerned about the impact that shutting universities is going to have on their institutions in the long-term. University is one of […]

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Congolese Students Face Costly Delays Due to Shortage of Professors

Africa/ Congo/ 07.04.2020/ Por: Zita Amwanga/  Source: globalpressjournal.com.   Trained teachers have not kept pace with a boom in universities, leading to massive staff shortages and leaving hundreds of students in limbo. School closures tied to the coronavirus pandemic threaten to further delay their future. KISANGANI, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO — Jean Marie Tulume walked […]

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UK universities issue health warnings over travel to China

By: Sally Weale.   UK universities with links to China have issued warnings to staff and students travelling to and from areas affected by the coronavirus, urging anyone with symptoms to seek medical advice. With concern growing about the spread of the virus, universities in the UK are keeping a check on staff who have recently returned from […]

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AUSTRALIA-CHINA The biggest crisis to hit international HE in Australia

Oceania/Australia/Universityworld The coronavirus outbreak may be the biggest disruption to international student flows in history. There are more than 100,000 students stuck in China who had intended to study in Australia this year. As each day passes, it becomes more unlikely they will arrive in time for the start of the academic year. Of course, […]

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