Mosque attacks: Muslim students hopeful, NZ foreign student sector afraid

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The New Zealand Herald’s Education Reporter, Simon Collins, says that times are uncertain for New Zealand’s $5billion foreign student sector in the wake of...

Digital empowerment for students: the University of Lincoln’s pioneering approach

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From the Global Student Living Conference 2018. Head here to register your interest for future GSL conferences, and learn more about the GSL...

Accommodation theft precaution leads to tragedy in Chinese dorm fire

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A door fitted to prevent the theft of students’ electric scooters from their accommodation was responsible for the death of five students in a fire in...

US online census – benefiting students, disenfranchising minorities?

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In a move that will benefit the 'digital native' generation of students, the next US census will be largely conducted online, in a bid...

Mexico’s growing demand for online education

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According to Estudio de Educación en Línea AIMX (Study of Online Education AIMX), 97% of Mexican web surfers are studying or are interested in...

Students in Sierra Leone miss opportunities from year-long results wait

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Students in Sierra Leone's east have missed out on career opportunities and further education sponsorship as their exam results are delayed by nearly a...

Mexico’s student LGBT community suffers discrimination

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Guadalupe Martínez from UDGTV, a Mexican online newspaper, has highlighted the results of the most recent National Survey about School Violence related to Sexual...

34,000 international students in limbo over English test cheating allegations

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An English language test cheating scandal has left thousands of international students stranded in the UK for years without the opportunity to appeal, after their visas...

The effect on students of removing the Australian funding cap

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When Australia's federal funding cap on university places was removed in 2012, more students could attend educational establishments without their institutions suffering cost consequences....

High suicide rate of Cape Town’s black students attributed to racism

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A commission into suicides at the University of Cape Town has found that black students area high risk of suicide, attributed in part to...
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