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Avoiding another international crash is all about control

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How did we get here - and how might the sector avoid getting here again? Jim Dickinson reviews the boom and bust of the graduate route The post Avoiding another international crash is all about control appeared first on Wonkhe.

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Australia suggests cap-like limit on enrolments in latest salvo

The PIE News

Australia’s minister of education will have the power to set a limit for maximum number of new international student enrolments at any institution, the government has suggested as it heralds new legislation becoming law this week. The departments of home affairs, education and skills & training jointly explained that along with incoming legislation, a limit on enrolments per institution is being suggested as part of a new international education and skills strategic framework.

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The political argument over international students is about much more than the economy

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Policymakers do appreciate the contribution of international students – they just care about other things as well. Jonathan Simons breaks down the politics and asks what the HE sector can do about it The post The political argument over international students is about much more than the economy appeared first on Wonkhe.

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UK universities report drop in international students amid visa doubts

The Guardian - Higher Education

Creative UK and Universities UK urge government to reject plans to abolish or restrict graduate visa route Universities are reporting a steep drop in international students applying to come to the UK, amid warnings that further restrictions on student visas would torpedo a vital flow of talent for Britain’s creative industries. University and industry leaders fear that the graduate visa entitlement, which allows international graduates to work in the UK for up to three years, could be axed or cu

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What serious governments should do next on student support

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A new report establishes the minimum income that students need for a decent experience. Jim Dickinson sets out what should happen next The post What serious governments should do next on student support appeared first on Wonkhe.

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Maintaining quality through the cost-of-living crisis

HEPI

This blog was kindly authored by Susi Peacock, Quality Enhancement Specialist at QAA Scotland. QAA Scotland has been hosting a series of events focused on ‘Supporting our learners to thrive’ through the cost-of-living crisis. Published last week, HEPI’s report A Minimum Income Standard for Students highlighted the ‘bleak picture’ painted by the latest research on the impacts of the cost-of-living crisis, with more than a quarter of universities now hosting food bank

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To maintain its international reputation for quality, the UK needs graduate employment opportunities

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Simon Emmett shows how perceptions of graduate employment opportunities shape international student choices The post To maintain its international reputation for quality, the UK needs graduate employment opportunities appeared first on Wonkhe.

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What to look out for in the MAC review

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James Coe explains the origins of the Migration Advisory Committee review of the Graduate route, and what might emerge The post What to look out for in the MAC review appeared first on Wonkhe.

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TOP - bottom report: Program Completions for MO Private colleges

College Viability

Use the link below to compare how many bachelor and masters students graduate from private colleges in Missouri.

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Christopher Edley, Prominent Legal Scholar, Passes Away

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Christopher Edley Jr., a prominent legal and public policy scholar who co-founded the Harvard Civil Rights Project with Dr. Gary Orfield, died over the weekend. He was 71. Christopher Edley Jr. “Chris Edley was a smart, caring, determined advocate for justice who could move easily and powerfully through the mazes of top levels of law, politics, and research,” said Orfield, who is Distinguished Research Professor at UCLA Graduate School of Education and co-director of The Civil Rights Project at