7 Black History Month Films for International Students

[…] The Afrofuturist history of Black Panther’s fictitious Wakanda may be a science-fiction fantasy, but the themes and stories that originate there offer an accessible path into the struggle, triumphs, and hopes of people of color in the 21st century. Here’s a movie a day to check out for the remainder of Black History Month 2018 … More 7 Black History Month Films for International Students

Top Reasons to Study an MBA in Shanghai

China is constantly in the news, especially when comes to developments in business. The ‘sleeping giant’ is awakening to unprecedented economic growth and opening the door to innovative new enterprises. So how about studying there – more specifically, in China’s biggest and richest city? Shanghai is China’s economic hub. Positioned on the country’s central coast, … More Top Reasons to Study an MBA in Shanghai

The Year In Review: What 2017 Tells Us About 2018

The past twelve months have been an exciting time for those who are invested in student mobility and international education. While issues such as equality and educational technology have been pulled into sharp focus, the monitoring of ongoing trends such as the aging of the global population – longer life expectancy and fewer babies – … More The Year In Review: What 2017 Tells Us About 2018

Why Your Master’s Degree Should Be ‘Made In Italy’

When you think about Italy, what are the first things that come to mind? Food, wine and fashion! And those are not just clichés. The ‘Made in Italy’ stamp is a promise of quality. Italian craft, tradition, and attention to detail all guarantee excellence and value. So if food, wine and fashion are your things – how about studying … More Why Your Master’s Degree Should Be ‘Made In Italy’

Why Community Colleges Are A Good Fit For International Students

The role of community colleges in the development of local communities in the US is regularly celebrated in the news. They provide an energizing alternative route for students who might not be ready or able to progress directly to undergraduate study and who might otherwise find themselves going straight to work. It’s no wonder the … More Why Community Colleges Are A Good Fit For International Students

How To Recruit, Communicate With And Counsel International Undergraduate Students And Their Parents

A recent report from the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) suggests that counselors at US colleges and universities will benefit from multicultural competency training and other forms of professional development to more sensitively respond to the needs of the growing international student population. Many international students progress to higher education directly from US high schools, … More How To Recruit, Communicate With And Counsel International Undergraduate Students And Their Parents

How To Create New Academic Routes To Your University

International Education Week falls between 13-17 November this year, with the emphasis firmly on International. It’s a chance to investigate the advantages and opportunities of working with “future leaders from abroad,” in particular through preparatory courses that bring in international students and enable them to develop the academic and cultural knowledge that can bridge their … More How To Create New Academic Routes To Your University