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  • Turkey clamps down on educators, outbound study interest soars

    The country’s government has cracked down on suspected dissenters, following the attempted coup last Friday, with the education sector bearing much of the brunt of the reaction.

  • SEVP prohibits I-20 issuance for conditional admissions

    SEVP has released long-awaited guidance on English proficiency and conditional admissions for US education institutions that confirms universities are not allowed to issue certificates of eligibility for visas to students who do not meet their admissions requirements.

  • Australia: Confidence high among educators despite long federal election

    Amid an eight-week election campaign followed by more than a week of counting and doubt over which party would form a government, Australian industry leaders say they are confident international education will remain buoyed by its recent upward trajectory.

  • Quality, peer reviews matter most in overseas study, says QS survey

    Employability and developing global connections are also among the top reasons students study abroad, according to QS Quacquarelli Symonds’ latest global student survey.

  • UK HE rallies to remain resilient post-Brexit

    As the UK’s international education sector braces itself for change amid the uncertainty created by the EU referendum, higher education institutions were urged to be decisive about working to safeguard the UK’s reputation as a high quality and welcoming study destination at BUILA’s annual conference last week.

  • US: scepticism remains as Coalition Application set to roll out

    A new online platform for applying to universities in the US will roll out this autumn, but college counsellors around the world are unconvinced that it will make the application process easier or improve access to higher education for international students.

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