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Middle Eastern Universities should open their doors to refugees

While support for refugees education in host countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has been met at both primary and...

Initiatives to resolve youth unemployment through TVET

72 percent of youth personally prefer a university-track career as opposed to a technical one; however, they would not rule out advocating a technical...

Congratulations to the Winners of QS-APPLE Creative Awards 2017!

The QS-APPLE Creative Awards 2017 that took place at the recent 13th QS-APPLE Conference held on 22 November 2017 in Taichung, Taiwan, is  a...

International Migrant Scholars – The Global Footprint

Globalisation has led to a world without borders. According to the latest release of Education at a Glance 2017, it demonstrates a fast-growing tertiary...

Women on the Move: The Gender Dimensions of Academic Mobility

Women’s university enrollment rate globally today is twice as fast as that of men in the past four decades. The escalation can be attributed...

Skilled migration in today’s changing global environment can be beneficial for...

A Global Skill Partnership is one of the many innovations that we will need for a “safe, orderly, and regular” migration to happen. The...

Human empowerment through the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Machines can provide us with the necessary information and perspectives required to resolve issues. However, the world will always require human intelligence, wisdom and...

Joy to the world? Or tears on its pillow? The hopes...

By Tony Martin Former Vice President QS Quacquarelli Symonds With the help of a distinguished panel of Asia and Pacific based educationists, Tony Martin attempts to define...

College scholarships, the dream ticket for undocumented students

Typically, government scholarships are the only source of funding that counselors is aware of for undocumented students looking to attend universities. In your opinion,...

College applications from international students are taking a hit

The political climate in the United States have led universities to raise concerns towards the decrement in international student numbers. However, changes in the...

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