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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...

International students super-satisfied with Australian education

9 out of 10 international students in Australia in 2016 said they are satisfied or very satisfied with the quality of education received, the Australian Government reported on their official website. 65,000 international students participated...
latvia offering scholarships for international students

Latvia is offering scholarships for 2018/19 to citizens of 40 countries

The State Education Development Agency in the Republic of Latvia is awarding scholarships to foreign students from 40 different countries, reports MastersDegree.net. The State Education Development Agency (SEDA) released an announcement on 2 February 2018,...

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...