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Hungary is offering 200 scholarships to Kazakhstan students

The Hungarian Government is granting 200 scholarships to Kazakh students as part of a renewed Agreement signed between two countries first in 2013. Andrews Boranyi the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Hungary to Kazakhstan...
more asian students at UK universities overseas

More than 700,000 foreign students seeking British higher degrees outside of UK, report reveals

More than 700,000 students seek a British degree in the UK’s higher education providers placed outside the country in 2016, statistics show. The Universities UK International has released a report which shows that an increased...
canada

Canada reaches it goal of hosting 450,000 international students by 2022, five years earlier

The fact that Canada is by now a top destination in international education is undeniable, but the pace at which it is climbing to the very top is something worth following. Between 2016 and 2017...
Tuition fees in 70% of the US colleges higher than loan limit

Tuition fees in 70% of the US colleges exceed the allowed borrowing limits, a...

At 70% of US colleges, tuition fees are beyond the limit of money that an undergraduate student can borrow in loan funds, a study shows. 1,774 US colleges undergone through a study which looked upon...
erasmus plus

Erasmus+ introduces its new online version, the EU Commission announces

The project of Erasmus+ now it can be reached online through its virtual version, the EU Commission website wrote today on 15 March 2018. As a part of their efforts to widen and strength the...
UK

UK students to pay tuition fees depending on their field of study

UK students may now be charged with tuition fees which will vary depending on their study field, declared the Minister of Education. British universities are known for being world-class in quality, while at the same...

Less foreign students seeking a Master’s Degree in Denmark between 2015 and 2016

The number of international students in Danish higher education grew by 7%, but the number of students seeking a Master’s degree dropped between 2015 and 2016, MastersDegree.net Statistics Portal reports. The official institution for statistics...

Medical graduates more likely to be satisfied with their degree, survey finds

Business administration and law graduates are less satisfied with their degrees, unlike medical graduates who think their degrees worth the cost, a study suggests. 4,000 adults who took a postgraduate qualification between 2000 and 2015,...

UK researchers share the highest portion of scientific work in 2016

Though they accounted for just 4.1% of researchers globally and received less investment on research activities, the UK academics accounted for 9.9% of global downloads, 10.7 % citations and 15.2 % of the world’s...

Germans with tertiary education qualification mostly in Engineering fields, Destatis reports

26 percent of Germans who held a tertiary qualification in 2016 were in engineering fields, higher than the OECD average, Destatis data show. Destatis has published a report on its website that shows that Germans...