Submitted by Ann McClure on Wed, 11/30/2011 - 5:42pm
American universities send tens of thousands of students to study abroad every year, thrusting them into one of the most exciting periods of their lives with a heavy dose of maternal advice: Mix with the locals, but be careful. Don't get in any tight spots. Avoid protests.
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.