Duke-NUS Medical School

Duke-NUS Medical School

Duke-NUS Medical School Fast Facts The Duke University School of Medicine is recognised as one of the best medical schools in the United States and the world, based on factors such as reputation, selectivity, research activity, and faculty resources. Among the draws of the medical… Read More

CUHK Business School

CUHK Business School

CUHK Business School Fast Facts CUHK Business School is a leading business school and a pioneer in business education in Hong Kong. Established in Hong Kong in 1963, it is the first business school to offer BBA, MBA and Executive MBA programmes in the region.… Read More

The Global Classroom: True International Education

The Global Classroom: True International Education

The demand for international education from, and to, all the corners of the world has never been higher. Figures from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) show that the number of students enrolled in higher education overseas increased by 50 percent between 2005-2012,… Read More

Dutch educators debate growth of English instruction at their universities

Dutch educators debate growth of English instruction at their universities

The Netherlands’ university association has defended the growth of English-language courses at Dutch institutions, arguing that it will “enhance the quality of education” and boost the country’s “innovative strength and competitiveness.” Figures revealed by Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant last month found that 60 percent of courses… Read More

NACAC survey shows that most colleges admit most applicants

NACAC survey shows that most colleges admit most applicants

Every spring, the articles appear about how the admission rates to Harvard University or Stanford University have hit record lows and how it's just impossible to get into college these days. Meanwhile, other articles say there are so many more applications to college that it… Read More

New book explores student decision making in college

New book explores student decision making in college

Students are asked to make a host of decisions in college. They pick a major, a housing arrangement and maybe a study abroad destination or thesis topic. They also grapple with dozens of smaller choices, like whether to study for an exam or take a… Read More

Meeting discusses challenges facing liberal arts colleges

Meeting discusses challenges facing liberal arts colleges

ST. JOSEPH, Minn. — When some 200 educators gathered here at the College of Saint Benedict and nearby Saint John's University Monday night to consider the vulnerability of liberal arts colleges, nature may have sent a message — a tornado warning forced everyone to move to… Read More