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Czech Republic welcoming record number of international students

Although the total number of students at Czech Republic universities has been falling down since 2010, the number of international students is increasing steadily, official statistics show. Out of 299,054 students enrolled in Czech Republic’s...

Students with non college-educated parents more likely to drop out, study reveals

72% of students whose parents didn’t attend college or another equivalent education continued their education at a post-secondary level, compared to 93% of students whose parents were college-educated, a US Department of Education study...

European universities introducing more English language programs for international students

European universities are offering more programs in the English language to be able to host a predicted surge of international students who are dropping UK universities as their option, following Brexit. Last year, the number of...

The number of French students in the US grew up, but not the other...

The number of French students in the US during 2016/17 slightly increased, according to IIE figures. France students shared less than 1 percent of over a million foreign students in the US in 2016/17. Exactly, they...

Black Student’s Guide to Higher Education and Scholarship Resources

Being a black student at a higher education institution where the white race is dominant among students and staff is not easy. And though the times when citizens of black community were excluded from...

A Master’s Degree holder in US earns an average of $1,380 per week

Master’s degree holders in the US earned $1,380 per week in 2016, while their unemployment rate was at 2.4%, BLS statistics show. The official institution for labor statistics in the US, the Bureau of Labor...

The UK is offering scholarships worth $28,000 for language teachers

If you’re a high school teacher of Spanish, French or German language you have a chance to receive a scholarship in a training course in the UK worth $28,000, the British Council announced. Knowing that...

Finland universities recover from introducing tuition fees

Finnish universities are again experiencing higher enrollment applications following the introduction of tuition fees for non-EU and ETA students, reports from Finland show. Finland was one of the very few countries in the world that...

Over 2.2 million euros worth of scholarships will be granted to students in Bulgaria

More than 6,500 Bulgarian students will earn a European scholarship, the Ministry of Education and Science in Bulgaria said in a release this Thursday, reports MastersDegree.net. Students with high grades (5.61 out of 6...
International students in germany

International Students in Germany in a Steady Growth

Germany set a goal to welcome 350,000 international students by 2020. But they reached this goal three years earlier, in 2017. The German national office for statistics, Destatis, announced that during the winter semester in...