Submitted by Ann McClure on Mon, 11/28/2011 - 9:29pm
In the 25 years Johns Hopkins University and Nanjing University have run a joint campus in China, it’s never published an academic journal. When American student Brendon Stewart tried last year, he found out why.
Submitted by Ann McClure on Wed, 11/16/2011 - 5:55pm
For the 10th year in a row, USC held on to a championship that has nothing to do with sports: The Los Angeles campus once again enrolled the most foreign students of any college or university in the United States, according to a new study. UCLA had the sixth-highest international enrollment, up from seventh place the year before.
Submitted by Ann McClure on Mon, 11/14/2011 - 7:59pm
First-time enrollment of international students at graduate schools in the United States grew 8 percent from 2010 to 2011, according to a study released last week. That is an increase over the 3 percent rise last year and the largest since 2006, when the number jumped 12 percent.
Submitted by Ann McClure on Mon, 11/07/2011 - 5:24pm
As she moved from table to table, scanning the glossy brochures touting faraway lands at Tulane University's Study Abroad Fair, Alle Ehrhardt was clearly a woman on a mission. The freshman biology major didn't know where that mission would take her -- Ireland, perhaps, or South Africa or Paris, to name a few possibilities -- but she knew she had to go ... somewhere.
Submitted by Ann McClure on Sun, 10/30/2011 - 10:39pm
When Martin Meehan, chancellor of the University of Massachusetts Lowell, decided he wanted more foreign students, he sent deans and professors fanning across Asia, and even went to China himself to sign exchange partnerships with two prominent universities. But with just 3 percent of its students from abroad, UMass Lowell wants to do more.