International study choice platform, StudyPortals, has launched a tool that allows students to compare English taught programmes around the world offered by the top 1,000 universities, it has announced.
The path from graduation to employability has been made easier for Malaysian students studying in New Zealand with findings from the New Zealand Qualifications Authority and the Malaysian Qualifications Agency showing comparability of masters and doctoral degrees.
Japan’s business association, Keidanren, has brought forward the start date for companies' rigorous graduate hiring processes. The move has prompted some concern that the change may negatively impact students who study abroad.
The Indian government has urged students travelling to the US to ensure they have the necessary documentation and conduct due diligence on education institutions after several deportations and flight denials.
Foreign students could soon be able to study at Indian Institutes of Technology, due to a new proposal from the Human Resource Development Ministry partly aimed at raising the country’s standing in global academic league tables.
One of Turkey’s largest education agencies, Atlas, held its annual employee professional development seminar in Istanbul where employees learned new sales tactics and gained market insight from key partner providers and The PIE News.