The SAT and ACT, standardised tests that were once crucial in the college admission process, are increasingly being substituted by other standardised tests or test requirements eliminated completely, especially for international applicants.
There is a sense of unease around the vociferous campaigning of Donald Trump and the impact that his message may have on international students as they weigh up their international study destination options. LeRoy Jones reports on research and views from the sector on the rise of Trump.
The international education community has a vital role to play in promoting the values of openness and inclusion in the run-up to the US election, stakeholders were told at the annual NAFSA conference, held last week in Denver.
Vietnam has put cross-border education at the centre of bilateral talks with leading foreign partners since appointing its new prime minister, Nguyễn Xuân Phúc, earlier this year. Student mobility, joint universities and vocational training were highlighted during state visits in the last month.