A webinar for North American university and college international officers, and professionals supporting the recruitment of international students to North American colleges and universities. This webinar takes place on Wednesday 30th October and will provide new understanding and practical solutions to help you enrol international students. The webinar will focus on the changing landscape of international student enrolment, providing practical solutions
Number of U.S. colleges and universities that award federal financial aid fell by 5.6 percent in 2018-19, to lowest mark in two decades. Higher education enrollments have been falling for years, a well-documented outcome that can be attributed to some combination of a strong U.S. economy, changes in birth rates and, perhaps, growing doubts about the value of a college degree.
Loyola University Maryland uses modern themes and music to draw college students to church and nurture their spiritual lives on campus. BALTIMORE — It’s 10 p.m. on a Sunday, and many college students are likely completing assignments, posting essays to discussion boards or otherwise preparing for classes the next day. On most campuses, it’s a time for winding down after busy weekends
More high school students are getting a head start on college, but dual enrollment is costly for some colleges. Participation in dual enrollment programs has grown steadily since the early 2000s, with more high school students getting a head start on college — and not just wealthy ones. But while dual enrollment has broad support from students and policy makers,
The ranks of international students have been growing on campuses across Canada, but a once-tiny Nova Scotia school has benefited more than most. How did CBU triple its foreign enrollment in two years, and how has it been changed in the process? The first visible sign of Cape Breton University’s transformation was the lineup for the bus. Passing motorists craned
New graduate school enrollments continue to fall among international students, but underrepresented U.S. minority enrollments are way up. Graduate school applications were up 2.2 percent year over year in 2018, and first-time enrollments increased 2.1 percent across institution types, according to a new report by the Council of Graduate Schools and the Educational Testing Service. The groups were especially pleased to see higher increases
Brown follows Princeton in letting departments decide whether to require the admissions test. Twenty-four of them opt out. Brown University announced Friday that entrance to 24 of its graduate programs will no longer require the Graduate Record Examination. Brown’s move follows a similar move by Princeton University, which last month announced that 14 of its departments have dropped the GRE as a requirement.
Roosevelt University plans to acquire Robert Morris University in Chicago as a shrinking market bears down on the private nonprofit institutions. Two private nonprofit universities under enrollment pressure in the difficult Chicago market plan a tie-up, with Roosevelt University acquiring Robert Morris University in a process leaders hope gains accreditor approval in the spring. Roosevelt is the larger of the two
The acquisition by Kaplan International of agency giant ESL Education has made an impact across the study travel sector, with many agencies taking stock of the news that one of the largest student placement businesses in Europe is now owned by a major school chain. Greater focus on productive working relationships between supply-side and educators will be a likely outcome say some stakeholders, while
A look at last week’s NACAC National Conference as expressed through the stages of grief. LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The 2019 National Association for College Admission Counseling National Conference in many ways represented the end of an era for college admissions. As such, the meeting and the weeks leading up to it looked a lot like a group of people moving