Winners of the Institute of International Education's Heiskell Awards recently shared best practices to increase outbound numbers, integrate international students and extend study abroad access to underrepresented student groups.
Mexico and the UK have signed a mutual qualifications recognition agreement which stakeholders say will increase bilateral student mobility and make it easier to create transnational partnerships and initiatives.
A new global priority to embed academia and industry links to foster better outcomes in research and knowledge agendas was a universal agreement across senior stakeholders at the British Council's Global Education Dialogue in Canberra.
Homeland Security Investigations special agents have arrested three Los Angeles residents who allegedly ran a ‘pay-to-stay’ scheme across a network of four schools that enabled hundreds of foreign nationals to remain in the US without attending class.
The Canadian Association of Public Schools – International (CAPS-I) recently took members from 33 school districts on their first trade missions to Mexico and Brazil, for a series of seminars and meetings with Latin American agencies.
It hasn't been an easy year for Canada's ELT sector with the abolition of co-op programmes and fragmented provincial governing. However, representative body Languages Canada says providers are more cohesive than ever in advocacy efforts this election year.
The US Department of State has hosted its first ever virtual study abroad fair with IIE and CollegeWeekLive, an online platform which provides video conferencing facilities and resources for prospective students.
Canada and China have reached a reciprocal agreement to introduce 10-year, multiple entry visas for citizens for business, travel and tourism in a move that will boost bilateral trade ties and people-to-people exchanges.