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  • Sun Aug 2017

    Seminar by ASU, Lithuania
    Seminar conducted by ASU at Surat View More →

  • Fri Aug 2018

    Visas for Indians in Portugal
    António Costa announces simplification of visas for young people, scientists and entrepreneurs who want to go to India and Indians who want to come to Portugal. Prime Minister António Costa announced today that during his state visit to India, agreements… View More →

  • Mon Jan 2017

    VTDK-Lithuania open for Jan intake
      Start date-Jan 23, 2017 View More →

  • Sun Nov 2016

    94, University of Colombo
    College HouseUniversity of ColomboCumaratunga Munidasa MwColombo 03Sri Lanka View More →

  • Sat Dec 2016

    Slovakia will provide 550 scholarships migrants
    He said this in New York, Minister of Foreign Affairs Miroslav Laj?ák, who on behalf of the Slovak Government concludes, inter alia, the commitment, the government provides scholarships for more than 500 people who had to flee their homeland.   View More →

  • Wed Jan 2017

    KTUs Informatics Engineering Study Programme Awarded the Euro-Inf Quality Lab
    The international committee of experts has awarded the Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) Informatics Engineering study programme the Euro-Inf Quality Label. In their report the experts, who audited the programme this spring, underlined the exceptionally high qualifications of the teachers… View More →

  • Sat Sep 2017

    Europe Study Centre proudly launches its new office in Dimapur
    Europe Study Centre proudly launches its new office in Dimapur,  Coming soon! View More →

  • Wed Jan 2018

    Webinar on "Study in Slovakia"
    Webinar conducted on "Study in Slovakia" on 17th Jan 2018, 4:00pm View More →

  • Mon Dec 2018

    The University of Pisa honoured the best doctoral theses of 2018
    Saturday 24th November saw a new encounter with excellence for the University of Pisa which celebrated the latest edition of the PhDay 2018, a day dedicated to the university doctoral research. The events in the programme also included the awarding of six prizes… View More →

  • Thu Dec 2018

    A tool from Artificial Intelligence to evaluate the survival of preterm infants
    The study which led to the creation of PISA was, therefore, the first on a worldwide basis to gather such an enormous quantity of data; in particular, the researchers used information from the Italian Neonatal Network, a project which includes… View More →

  • Thu Dec 2018

    Blockchain: a Data Revolution
    Vilnius University (VU) hosted a scientific event “Blockchain: a Data Revolution”.   Prof. Dr. Andranik Tumasjan (Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, Germany) opened the event with his lecture “Blockchain: Hype or Hope? The Potential and Limitations of Blockchain Technologies”. Subsequently, Andrius… View More →

  • Fri Dec 2018

    KTU Marketing Management study programme first in Lithuania to gain international CIM accreditation
    Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) Master’s study programme Marketing Management has been accredited by the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM). From now on the graduates of the program will gain a world-renowned and highly regarded professional qualification. According to Lithuanian… View More →

  • Thu Jan 2019

    Ample higher-ed, entrepreneurial opportunities in Finland: Indian Ambassador Vani Rao
    Currently, in Finland and in charge of Estonia, Ambassador Rao, who has more than 24 years of experience, says that the aim is to diversify the bilateral agenda and strengthen relationships with Finland in all aspects.      The Finns… View More →

  • Fri Jan 2019

    Safest, happiest and the best governed country in the world!
    From facing adverse times under the Russian occupation, Finland has come a long way. It now ranks on top when it comes to the most stable, the safest and best-governed country in the world     Finland's 66% of the… View More →

  • Mon Jan 2019

    Happiest country in the world!
    Finland was named the happiest country in the world, pushing last year's winner, Norway, into second place. Factors that go into the happiness report include life expectancy, equality, and social support. The report also measured and took into account the… View More →

  • Tue Jan 2019

    STU experts are involved in NATO project
    Team of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava have repeated the experiment .Professor Grošek’s team in the FEI STU has won an international competition where the acceptance rate is just about 10% and is currently starting the investigation within the new NATO… View More →

  • Tue Jan 2019

    ROBOTS, FLIGHT SIMULATORS AND SMART GLASSES: DIGITALIZATION AND INNOVATION AT THE FH KUFSTEIN TIROL
    As well as offering study programs focusing on digitalization, the FH Kufstein Tirol incorporates technology and business into many of its research projects using a series of innovative products and ideas. Three feet tall, bright eyes and a cute face… View More →

  • Tue Jan 2019

    Three universities became one of Vytautas Magnus University
    2019 January 1 The reorganization of the Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences (LEU) and Aleksandras Stulginskis University (ASU) ended with the connection to Vytautas Magnus University (VMU). This is the first step in the restructuring of the university network planned by the Lithuanian… View More →

  • Wed Jan 2019

    Experts Weigh In: Will Your Degree Help You Get a Job?
    The 'skills gap' is a frequent topic of conversation for educators and employers alike. Which begs the question: Are colleges sending their graduates out in the world with the skills they need to succeed in their careers? A recent Harvard Business… View More →

  • Wed Jan 2019

    Mentor Workshop
    Enhance the international student experience at RSU through personal interaction by assisting students throughout their first term of study. Connect with the students before they arrive, help the newcomers familiarize with their new surroundings, and gain friends for a lifetime.… View More →

  • Fri Jan 2019

    Malta is one of the safest countries in the world
    Malta is a generally safe country that receives numerous foreign tourists on a yearly basis. However, crimes of opportunity and violent crime do occur. Most street crimes are non-violent and non-confrontational and range from scams to petty theft. Theft of… View More →

  • Mon Jan 2019

    Seminar on Smart Technology
    Seminar Smart Technology in Industry, Education and Life is organized by the Faculty of Mechatronics, Informatics and Interdisciplinary Studies on Wednesday 30 January 2019 in Building G from 10.00 to 14.00.    "It will be an informal meeting of representatives… View More →

  • Mon Jan 2019

    BSB ASSERTS ITSELF IN THE 2018 INTERNATIONAL RANKINGS
    Financial Times, Times Higher Education and QS: BSB is now high on these benchmark rankings    In these prestigious rankings internationally, BSB confirms its anchorage in the world Top 80 four years after its first appearance - following its accreditation… View More →

  • Mon Jan 2019

    Informational open seminar “Doctoral (PhD) Studies 2019”
    Informational open seminar for everyone interested in PhD studies at Kaunas University of Technology will take place on 21 February 2019, at 3 p.m., KTU Santaka Valley (K.Baršausko  g. 59, A228). Topics covered:– Research areas and doctoral programmes– Application procedure, important dates… View More →

  • Tue Jan 2019

    Traditional and creative people work together
    s part of the project "CTCC - Creative Traditional Companies Cooperation", from 21 to 23 January 2019 lectures and workshops were held for companies in the creative sector (design, architecture, game design, software, ...) and the Blue / Green Economy… View More →

  • Tue Feb 2019

    Scientists from VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava are developing a monitoring device for greater safety of firefighters and paramedics.
    Monitoring system for measurement, archiving and online evaluation of temperatures affecting firefighters is still missing on the market. "The SAM system – “Safety Ambient Monitor" is primarily intended for firefighters, mining rescue workers and possibly special army forces," says Professor… View More →

  • Tue Feb 2019

    University Representatives in Tel-Aviv
    The Dean of International Relations and Study Centre Prof. Ingrida Januleviciene, Dean of Post graduation Centre Dr. Juozas Kupcinskas, International Programme Coordinators Ingrida Inciuriene ir Ruta Antanaitiene had visited Tel-Aviv in January, 2019.  The LSMU representatives took part in the… View More →

  • Fri Feb 2019

    Record numbers from China and Hong Kong applying to study in UK
    Record numbers of students from China and Hong Kong are applying for places at British universities, overtaking the number of applicants from Wales, according to official figures. Data from the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (Ucas) shows a spike in demand for undergraduate places… View More →

  • Fri Feb 2019

    The University of Ostrava as a part of the World Para Ice Hockey Championship
    The world's best para ice hockey will be seen in Ostrava in April and May. Eight elite teams of the world group will compete for the world champion title. The University of Ostrava is taking care of the educational activities that will precede the tournament. “In the recent years, Ostrava… View More →

  • Wed Feb 2019

    For Students - BAFF Professional Internship USA Competition
    The Baltic-American Freedom Foundation organizes a competition for a professional internship program that provides full coverage and a guaranteed placement in the United States. Students, postgraduate and graduate students from the last year's Bachelor's program are invited to apply. The… View More →

  • Thu Feb 2019

    VMU Chamber Orchestra organizes a charity concert
    February 28, Thursday, 7 pm VMU Chamber Orchestra concert to support Kaunas Hospital House will take place in VMU Great Hall (Gimnazijos Str. 7). The whole VMU community is invited to spread the message about this event and to encourage each… View More →

  • Wed Feb 2019

    BSB LYON OPEN HOUSE FEBRUARY 27: DISCOVER OUR BACHELOR PROGRAM!
    You want to join a Grande Ecole de Management after the Bac, to follow a training in marketing-communication, management-law-finance or commercial management?    Come discover our Bachelor Marketing & Business program, TOP 6 Bachelors in France, on the occasion of… View More →

  • Wed Feb 2019

    The University of Ostrava has acquired the institutional accreditation
    As only the 6th university in the Czech Republic the University of Ostrava has acquired the so called “institutional accreditation” which confirmes its quality and it gives the university considerable freedom. It has succeeded in seven areas of education, by which it has covered majority of its study programmes.    The university… View More →

  • Wed Mar 2019

    Stockholm reporting continued growth in international student numbers.
      In 2011, the Swedish government decided to introduce higher education tuition fees for non-European Union/non-European Economic Area students. The number of foreign students in Sweden promptly declined and continued to do so until about 2014, when we first observed a… View More →

  • Thu Mar 2019

    JUMP2Excel launches Public Lecture Series
    The Joint Universal activities for Mediterranean PV integration Excellence (JUMP2Excel)  consortium has successfully organised its first Mentoring week thus launching the JUMP2Excel Public Lecture Series. The first lecture, hosted by The Malta Group of Professional Engineering Institutions (MGPEI), was given… View More →

  • Mon Mar 2019

    RANKING 2019: ISEP AT THE TOP OF THE PODIUM FOR THE SALARY AFTER GRADUATION!
    ISEP was ranked at the top of the podium by L’Etudiant magazine (out of 174 institutions) for the criteria “Making a good living in information technology”. This underlines ISEP’s excellence, the strength of its engineering degree and its proximity to businesses and… View More →

  • Mon Mar 2019

    Times Higher Education and Wall Street Journal rank SKEMA's masters highly
    SKEMA’s Master in Management ranks 17th out of 30 schools (and third out of the French schools represented) and 11th out of 23 schools for its Master in Finance (first out of four French schools represented). View More →

  • Mon Mar 2019

    BEST HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT SCHOOL IN FRANCE
    Vatel Group and its campuses throughout the world have won the “Best Hospitality Management School” award in the 17th Worldwide Hospitality Awards, competing against 42 prestigious international schools.   View More →

  • Thu Mar 2019

    The Faculty as an International Space Station, bringing together experts from around the world
    INTERVIEW. Since 1 February 2019, the TUL Faculty of Art and Architecture has led Osamu Okamura, who wants to connect his new place of work with the world and with new technologies. The news server Libereckezpravy.cz has asked the new dean several… View More →

  • Thu Mar 2019

    University rankings: the University of Pisa is among the top one hundred universities in the world in five subjects
    The results of the QS World University Rankings by subject 2019 have been published    According to the QS World University Rankings by Subject for 2019, the University of Pisa is among the top one hundred in the world in five… View More →

  • Mon Mar 2019

    The National Super computing Center is expanding its infrastructure with NVIDIA technology.
    IT4Innovations National Super computing Center VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava today officially launched the NVIDIA DGX-2 computing system. The system is designed to deal with the most demanding tasks of artificial intelligence that achieve peak performance of 2 PetaFLOPs. The ceremony… View More →

  • Mon Mar 2019

    Students presented LSMU in France and Finland
    The LSMU Ambassador Programme was introduced in 2016 and seeks to involve international students into a voluntary activity aiming at promotion of the LSMU in foreign countries. The information about the ambassadors and their contacts are provided in the LSMU… View More →

  • Mon Mar 2019

    Germany International Student Statistics 2019
    Germany is becoming a very popular study destination standing alongside the US, the UK, Canada and Australia. Consequent to this high attractiveness the country has reached its long-term of welcoming 350,000 international students, by 2020, three years earlier in 2017. … View More →

  • Thu Mar 2019

    Education experts from around the globe to meet at an international forum ‘World After University’ in April
    On 4th of April, 2019 high-ranking politicians, professors, rectors and the best education experts from all around the globe will look into the most relevant topics that Universities are facing today at the international forum ‘World After University’. At the… View More →

  • Wed Apr 2019

    Special mention in the Hotusa Group's Talent Match contest for the project presented by EUHT StPOL students
    The inter-university competition, which awarded the best ideas to face the challenges of the tourism sector, has highlighted the project presented by the students of the University Degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management of the University Hospitality and Tourism School… View More →

  • Thu Apr 2019

    INTERNATIONAL INTEGRATED CYCLE: INFORMATION ON INTERVIEWS.
    INTERNATIONAL INTEGRATED CYCLE: INFORMATION ON INTERVIEWS. ISEP - April 2, 2019 - sthiebault On Parcoursup, you have finalized your file and confirmed your wish for the International Integrated Cycle of ISEP and you wonder when will your interview take place? … View More →

  • Sat Apr 2019

    Quality mark for degree programmes in Keuzegids Hbo 2019
    Breda University of Applied Sciences achieved high scores in Keuzegids Hbo 2019. No fewer than three degree programmes - International Facility Management, Hotel Management and Creative Media and Game Technologies - were awarded a Keuzegids quality mark. This means that… View More →

  • Sat Apr 2019

    Employment rate for Vatel alumni at the end of the degree at Vatel
    The employment rate for Vatel alumni is high, mainly due to all the professional experience they have accumulated during their schooling, both at school and during their internships. Trained in hotel management careers by weeks of theoretical coursesfollowed by professional… View More →

  • Sat Apr 2019

    HAMK quality system
    The quality systems of Finnish higher education institutions are audited systematically by the Finnish Education Evaluation Centre. HAMK was the first ever higher education institution in Finland to receive the highest status “advanced” for its quality system.   View More →

  • Sat Apr 2019

    A New Promising Specialty: Liquefied Natural Gas Terminal Engineering
    In response to market changes and emerging new technologies, KN and Klaip?da University introduced a new study programme ‘LNG Terminal Engineering’, which is considered as having prospects for the future. We are in a new and challenging phase of innovation… View More →

  • Wed Apr 2019

    France posts 4.5% increase in international enrolment for 2017/18
    There are now 343,000 international students enrolled in French higher education, representing a 4.5% increase from 2016/17 to 2017/18, and a second straight year of stronger growth for France’s international enrolment. On pace for a new target News of the latest increase… View More →

  • Thu Apr 2019

    International Scholar and Student Conference ‘The Balkans In, On the Road or Out of the European Union’
    On April 15-16, 2019 the Club of Political Science and the Department of Government Studies organized a two-day international conference ‘The Balkans In, On the Road or Out of the European Union’.During the first day, a group of renowned scholars,… View More →

  • Thu Apr 2019

    US visa data shows declining international numbers
    The US Department of Homeland Security’s Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) is always an interesting window into international enrolment trends in the US – not least for its ability to provide something close to a real-time snapshot of… View More →

  • Thu May 2019

    2019 COMPETITION: THE TEAM READY TO RECEIVE THE FUTURE ACTORS OF CHANGE
    It's already late May that back oral admission, a busy time on campus Burgundy School of Business (BSB). For 6 weeks, from May 24 to July 3, nearly 4,000 young people from all over France are welcomed. The start of… View More →

  • Thu May 2019

    PRE-ADMISSION TO UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES AT VMU ZUA IS UNDERWAY
    Agricultural Academy of Vytautas Magnus University in 2019 at the time of pre-university admission, students will be admitted to the first cycle (undergraduate) for full-time and part-time studies. Entrants can apply only to places not funded by the state. Requests can be made both earlier and in 2019. Secondary… View More →

  • Thu May 2019

    The cost of false science.The problem of the so-called "predatory journals" in a study carried out by the Universities of Pisa, Warwick in England and Aalto in Finland
    Italian researchers and professors have spent over 2.5 million dollars to publish articles in predatory journals, that is journals which boast scientific standards they do not respect. The data emerges from a study carried out by Mauro Sylos Labini(photo) from the Department… View More →

  • Wed May 2019

    The University of Ostrava Will Open a New Research Centre for SMART Technologies
    The University of Ostrava wants to focus more on the future of SMART technologies. In cooperation with research and non-profit organizations, businesses and public administrations, the University will explore their use in cities and municipalities on a more massive scale. The whole research, sponsored by the Faculty of Science of the University of Ostrava, is… View More →

  • Tue May 2019

    Webinar - Study In France
    Webinar conducted on "Study In France with the top-ranked, accredited and oldest school" on 28th May 2019, 3:00 pm. View More →

  • Thu May 2019

    Webinar- Study in Europe and Germany
    Webinar conducted on "Study in Europe and Germany" on 23rd May 2019, 3:00 pm View More →

  • Thu May 2019

    David John Woods, a consultant pharmacist, educator, and researcher from the University of Otago in New Zealand paid a visit to the Faculty of Medicine of Vilnius University
    David John Woods, a consultant pharmacist, educator, and researcher with a background in medical informatics, rational drug use, evidence-based practice, pharmaceutical education, and paediatric clinical pharmacy paid a visit to the Faculty of Medicine of Vilnius University from the University… View More →

  • Thu May 2019

    The enigmas of archaeology? These can now be solved using artificial intelligence.
    David John Woods, a consultant pharmacist, educator, and researcher with a background in medical informatics, rational drug use, evidence-based practice, pharmaceutical education, and paediatric clinical pharmacy paid a visit to the Faculty of Medicine of Vilnius University from the University… View More →

  • Thu May 2019

    “Food for Thought” Scholarship established
    The Morehead State University Foundation has announced the establishment of the "Food for Thought” Scholarship, a fund to assist students at Morehead State University in affording an on-campus meal plan to encourage them to complete their education. The first recipient of… View More →

  • Thu May 2019

    Any­one can de­ve­lop tech­no­lo­gies – this is how the Finnish school sys­tem pro­motes the maker culture
    Technology is what we humans make of it, says Kaiju Kangas, assistant professor of technology education. In Finnish schools, many things are done differently than in other countries. How many devices have you already used just this morning? This is… View More →

  • Thu Jun 2019

    Long-standing dispute about North American prehistory.
    Pavel Flegontov,CSc. (University of Ostrava, Czech Republic) and his team have recently published an article in Nature that intends to put an end to a long-standing dispute over North American prehistory combining data and knowledge from paleogenetics and linguistics. Paleogenetics is a rapidly developing scientific discipline… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2019

    Why does Professor from Loughborough University think that adolescence is the beginning of the end?
      Students, PhD students, tutors, researchers, professionals of different specialties of medicine and public health from the Faculty of Medicine at Vilnius University participated in the lecture titled “Adolescence: The beginning of the end”, led by a very famous professor… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2019

    Winningham celebrates 50 years of teaching at Rice — and 60 years of photographing it
    Geoff Winning ham ‘63 found his place at Rice University through photography: first, as an undergraduate who dusted off his adolescent interest in cameras to become the official photographer for the Campanile, and later as a photography professor who returned to his… View More →

  • Tue Jun 2019

    Almost 600 students, teachers and employees participated in the blood call of VSB-TUO
    On June 14th, there is the World Blood Donor Day. VSB - Technical University of Ostrava has been organizing a blood challenge since 2016, launched by the Faculty of Economics. Today's time is erratic and having blood stocks is very important. In… View More →

  • Tue Jun 2019

    RSU: Medical students acquire knowledge and experience in cardiothoracic surgery
    Practical courses called Insight into Contemporary Cardiothoracic Surgery were held for students of the Faculty of Medicine at the Senate Hall of R?ga Stradi?š University (RSU). The courses are organised by the Cardiac Surgery Centre of Pauls Stradi?š Clinical University… View More →

  • Tue Jun 2019

    Letters of appreciation handed in to LSMU students for participation in voluntary activities
    In 2018/2019 study year the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (LSMU) students were actively involved in the voluntary activities coordinated by the LSMU International Relations and Study Centre. The students performed the functions of Ambassadors, Mentors and Academic Tutors.The LSMU… View More →

  • Tue Jun 2019

    IBS Employability Survey 2018
    The results of the current survey are indeed exceptional: more than 78% of our students have found full-time or part-time employment in parallel to or immediately after finishing their studies at IBS; the vast majority (80%) of our graduates earn more… View More →

  • Tue Jun 2019

    University of Pécs is among the highest rated universities!
    The University of Pécs received an excellent score, a 4.5 in Overall satisfaction, a 4.5 in Student-teacher interaction, a 4.6 in Student diversity and a 4.6 in Quality of student life categories!   University of Pécs has earned 6 Student Satisfaction medals! View More →

  • Tue Jul 2019

    Vilnius University will create tasks for the International Physics Olympiad 2020
    Vilnius University (VU) has become one the hosts of the world's biggest physics event for schoolchildren. Today the Cooperation Agreement for International Physics Olympiad implementation in 18-26 of July, 2020 was signed by the Minister of Ministry of Education Science… View More →

  • Wed Jul 2019

    Researchers probe cell division defects to gain insight into cancer
    From bugs to plants to animals, for all living things to grow they must create more cells. To do so, each existing cell, whether in an embryo or an adult, receives cues to copy its chromosomes — large pieces of… View More →

  • Wed Jul 2019

    Seminar for freshmen ZGI 2019
    For the tenth year in a row, the Riga Stradins University Student Council (RSU SP) is organizing a seminar for beginners at ZGI, and this year its name is ZE GREAT INVESTIGATION. Young students will have the opportunity to take a two-day study… View More →

  • Wed Jul 2019

    CLAUDIA SAMPEL APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
      Since July 1st, 2019, Claudia Sampel is the new Director of International Relations of BSB. She takes over from Marie-José Albert-Batt, who is retiring after 25 years at the School. Of Australian-Brazilian origin, Claudia Sampel has 12 years of experience… View More →

  • Tue Jul 2019

    UK universities see 30% increase in Chinese applicants
    New data from UCAS has revealed that the number of UK university applicants from China has increased by 30% for the 2019/2020 academic year to 19,760, overtaking the 18,520 applicants from Northern Ireland. The UK is the second most popular… View More →

  • Tue Jul 2019

    Plans for East African-German University stalled
    Plans to establish a much-awaited binational university of applied sciences in Kenya fronted by the government of Germany have been put on hold, following a decision to draft a new concept document for the institution first mooted four years ago.… View More →

  • Thu Aug 2019

    Scholarships for Full-time master degree studies
      The Ministry of Education, Science and Sport has joined the implementation of an international survey, the EUROSTUDENT VII – Social and Economic Conditions of Student Life in Europe. Students have been able to participate in the survey since April.… View More →

  • Thu Aug 2019

    Participation in the EUROSTUDENT VII International Survey
    The Ministry of Education, Science and Sport has joined the implementation of an international survey, the EUROSTUDENT VII – Social and Economic Conditions of Student Life in Europe. Students have been able to participate in the survey since April. At… View More →

  • Thu Aug 2019

    Semester at Berkeley
    Two young scientists from Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnologies TUKE succeeded in the call of the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic for Investments and Informatization. The evaluation committee was engaged by their… View More →

  • Thu Aug 2019

    ISEP Welcomes New Leaders to Board of Directors
    ISEP welcomes Dr. Ellen R. Babby, Dr. Ann-Charlotte Larsson and Dr. Mark Salisbury to the Board of Directors. Arlington, Va. — Members of the ISEP Board of Directors elected three prominent international education leaders to join the ISEP Board for… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2019

    SMK Freshman Festival NEON fest'19
    if you want to get to know the SMK community, feel and experience how SMK's coolest students really live - how they entertain, create, generate ideas and organize events - attend the freshman festival - SMK NEON FEST! Surrounded by… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2019

    INCREASING LIVESTOCK DIVERSITY CAN HELP PROMOTE BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING
    An international team including a researcher from the URJC identified the role of herbivore diversity as major regulators of biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in grazed ecosystems. Redaction The global population is projected to exceed 11 billion by 2100. Such an… View More →

  • Tue Aug 2019

    Vice President asks Indian community in Lithuania to strengthen economic and cultural ties between the two nations
      The Vice President, Shri M Venkaiah Naidu today called upon the Indian community in Lithuania to serve as a bridge in strengthening economic and cultural relations between the two countries. Addressing the Indian community at Vilnius, the capital of… View More →

  • Tue Aug 2019

    Lithuania can be important technology partner for India: .
        More for VILNIUS: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu has said Lithuania could be an important technology partner for India, as he underlined the immense potential for growth in bilateral trade. Addressing the Indian community at the Lithuanian capital… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2019

    BSB OBTAINS THE “BIENVENUE EN FRANCE” LABEL
    Only 25 institutions, including 3 Grandes Ecoles de Management, obtain this reference label for hosting international students    BSB has just received the brand new "Bienvenue en France" label, which testifies to the quality of the reception of international students… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2019

    Lecture by Prof. Kascejevs at annual meeting of the Department of Internal Diseases and the Institute of the History of Medicine
    The traditional academic meeting of the RSU Department of Internal Diseases and the Institute of the History of Medicine will be held for the 17th consecutive year to celebrate the start of the new academic year. The meeting will take… View More →

  • Fri Sep 2019

    Global business trusts us: Continental Automotive Lithuania and KTU became official partners
    Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) and Continental, a German manufacturer of technology and automotive components signed the official cooperation agreement. With the long-term agreement, signed by KTU Rector Eugenijus Valatka and Shayan Ali, Managing Director at Continental Automotive Lithuania the… View More →

  • Fri Sep 2019

    Coimbra Polytechnic is "Eco-Polytechnic"
    he six Coimbra Polytechnic Schools / Institutes (IPC) were distinguished with the title “Eco-School”, making the Coimbra Polytechnic one of the first “ Eco-Polytechnics  ” in the country, and the only one to have six schools that meet all conditions for… View More →

  • Fri Sep 2019

    CITYU NAMED 16TH BEST FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE FOR ADULT LEARNERS BY WASHINGTON MONTHLY
    City University of Seattle has been highly ranked again as a top choice among adult students looking for quality education with flexible learning opportunities. In fact, the university has been recognized as being among the top 20 Four-year colleges for… View More →

  • Fri Sep 2019

    Lithuanian scientists contributed to creating the record-breaking solar cell
    Tandem perovskite-CIGS solar cells, produced as a result of the collaboration between Lithuanian and German researchers, have reached an efficiency of 23.26 percent, which currently is a world record value in this type of cells. One reason for the success… View More →

  • Fri Sep 2019

    INTERREG PROJECT "ATTRACTIVE TOURISM" STARTS
    The University of Applied Sciences Kufstein Tirol and the University of Applied Sciences Salzburg work together with many partners from Bavaria, Salzburg and Tyrol to develop a cross-border large-scale project with an intermodal framework theme: the attractiveness of tourism as… View More →

  • Mon Sep 2019

    Kaunas Architecture Festival’ 2019 starts this weekend
    The Kaunas Architecture Festival (KAFe) is only held once in three years, which makes it one of the most awaited events this autumn. It’s not enough to call it ‘event’, though, as the festival will go on for two months… View More →

  • Tue Sep 2019

    Northumbria academic receives £1.2 million to deliver world-class forensic research
    A Lecturer in Forensic Science at Northumbria University, Newcastle, has been awarded more than £1 million to develop a world-leading new technique that will unveil details to help solve investigations relating to unidentified bodies. Dr Noemi Procopio of Northumbria’s department of… View More →

  • Thu Oct 2019

    Mental Health Day for medical students
    Psychiatric residents of the Young Psychiatrists Section of the Latvian Psychiatric Association are organising Mental Health Day in collaboration with RSU and the RSU Department of Psychiatry and Narcology. During this day there will be a series of seminars about… View More →

  • Thu Oct 2019

    Ulster University partners with Shaanxi University of Science and Technology to establish Ulster College in Northern China
    Hundreds of Chinese students have registered to attend Ulster College in Xi’an China this academic year in an international partnership that will bring together the teaching expertise of Ulster University and Shaanxi University of Science and Technology (SUST).Situated in Shaanxi… View More →

  • Sat Oct 2019

    Students join emergency services in simulated terrorism training incident
    Nursing students have taken part in a staged firearms training event designed to give doctors and paramedics a taste of working in a mass casualty terrorist incident.Northumbria University worked in partnership with the Great North Air Ambulance Service and Northumbria… View More →

  • Wed Oct 2019

    University to become a national training centre for NHS Blood and Transplant healthcare professionals
    Northumbria University, Newcastle has been selected by NHS Blood and Transplant as a national training centre for organ donation.The University will now play a leading role in helping to train those working in this critical area, with hundreds of specialist… View More →

  • Mon Oct 2019

    Sign language translator app created by KTU students aims to bridge the gap between deaf and hearing
    Sign language is expressed through movements and position of hands and other body parts. Although hearing people often think that sign language is international, it has different grammar and lexicon in every language. Today’s market lacks systems that could recognise… View More →

  • Mon Oct 2019

    Uppsala University places 102nd in new world rankings
    Uppsala University is ranked 102nd place among 1,400 universities throughout the world in the Times Higher Education (THE) ranking of the world’s best universities in 2020.University rankings attempt to compare and rank a number of educational institutions in lists, often… View More →

  • Mon Oct 2019

    Ulster University hosts cross-sector intelligent innovation workshops
    The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree Centre took its Intelligent Manufacturing and Intelligent Innovation workshops to Northern Ireland for the first time in collaboration with Siemens, Invest Northern Ireland and Ulster University.The goal was to increase business awareness… View More →

  • Wed Oct 2019

    Artificial intelligence needs the speed of light
    The Physics department of UniTrento is working on all-optical devices for machine learning. The work is part of the Pelm project, whose objectives include the development of a cancer monitor. A non-invasive cancer monitor capable of monitoring the evolution of… View More →

  • Tue Oct 2019

    MSc Luxury Marketing: Training change agents in the luxury sector at Neoma Business School!
    As part of the programme development initiative, a Master of Science Luxury Marketing will be on offer for the next school year at Neoma University.The luxury sector is unique and one that is constantly changing. The luxury sector is a… View More →

  • Tue Nov 2019

    The new fund­ing model for uni­versi­ties em­phas­ises com­pleted de­grees
    At the beginning of the year, the Finnish government approved a new funding model for Finnish universities for the term 2021–2024. The model is a tool for allocating core funding to universities. The new model makes it possible to gain… View More →

  • Tue Nov 2019

    Applications for RSU International Student Conference 2020 now open!
    Riga Stradins University (RSU) will host the annual RSU International Student Conference 'Health and Social Sciences' on 27 and 28 March 2020. This will be the 70th iteration of the largest international student conference in the Baltics! The conference will… View More →

  • Wed Nov 2019

    RSU to offer a new business and start-up study programme in English
    Through the collaboration between R?ga Stradi?š University (RSU) professors, visiting professors, entrepreneurs, and industry organisations, the university has developed a new highly competitive Bachelor’s study programme in English—International Business and Start-up Entrepreneurship. The programme will welcome its first students in… View More →

  • Sat Nov 2019

    Financial Times ranks SKEMA's Master in Management 12th worldwide
    October 28, 2019 SKEMA's Master in Management has been ranked 12th worldwide, fourth in France, by the Financial Times in the newspaper's ranking of master in management programmes around the globe.One hundred business schools are featured in this ranking. SKEMA's… View More →

  • Mon Nov 2019

    RTU WILL INAUGURATE THE CONFUCIUS CLASSROOM
    RTU Confucius Classroom is an affiliation of the Confucius Institute and will be located at RTU Faculty of E-Learning Technologies and Humanities (FELT), Kronvalda Blvd. 1.The opening ceremony will be attended by the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China… View More →

  • Thu Nov 2019

    Protecting human rights at school is not a matter of opinion – A course on democratic citizenship and human rights education provided teacher students with knowledge and courage
    How can teachers promote democracy in everyday school work? And what responsibilities do teachers have in ensuring that the human rights of all pupils are observed? Many professionals in the field of education do not have an answer or are… View More →

  • Tue Nov 2019

    Bangor University Machine Translation KTP graded as Outstanding by Innovate UK
    Bangor University and Cymen Cyf have been awarded an A (Outstanding) rating for their recently completed Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP). Cymen is a translation company located in Caernarfon, and is one of the largest private sector employers of graduates in… View More →

  • Tue Nov 2019

    KTU researchers together with partners from Ukraine are developing knitted bulletproof vests
    Kaunas University of Technology (KTU), Lithuania researchers together with Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design, Ukraine are developing new generation knitted bulletproof vests that provide a good balance between protection and comfort.  According to Rimvydas Milašius, a professor at the… View More →

  • Sat Dec 2019

    Ulster University researchers explore the potential of electric vehicles
    Transport is widely regarded as the next major challenge in the UK’s decarbonisation journey. Recent developments in electric vehicles (EVs) worldwide mean that this technology is optimally placed to help lower emissions from road transport. Thanks to the recent acquisition… View More →

  • Sat Dec 2019

    The University of Hradec Králové succeeded in international university rankings. It is the best university among Czech higher education institutions!
    The Times Higher Education published the results of an international ranking of higher education institutions called European Teaching Ranking 2019. In a competition of hundreds of top European universities, the UHK gained 101.-125. spot. Among Czech universities, University of Hradec… View More →

  • Mon Dec 2019

    Palacký University awarded for social responsibility
    Palacký University Olomouc has been awarded the National Prize of the Czech Republic for Social Responsibility. The award was granted in the category of large and medium-sized public sector organisations. The prize was accepted by Rector Jaroslav Miller and Vice-Rector… View More →

  • Mon Dec 2019

    Exciting alternative route into Physiotherapy at Bangor University
    With physiotherapists often in short supply, physiotherapy service managers and potential students in Wales have welcomed the development of a new route to qualify as a physiotherapist. A new two-year accelerated post-graduate course at Bangor University, aimed at graduates, is… View More →

  • Mon Dec 2019

    Eminent ERC Consolidator Grants awarded to three scholars at the University of Helsinki
    Three researchers working at the University of Helsinki have been awarded the Consolidator Grant by the European Research Council. The funding was granted to Kristiina Mannermaa, Henning Trüper and Kirsi Mikkonen. Kristiina Mannermaa is a docent of archaeology specialised in… View More →

  • Mon Dec 2019

    Scientists study the impacts of the European Digital Single Market on the Czech audio-visual industry
    There is no single digital market in the European Union, and Czech customers are discriminated in their access to some online services. The European Commission has failed to ensure that the new legal reform guarantees the free movement of services,… View More →

  • Thu Dec 2019

    Triple Ulster University Journalism ‘Awards for Excellence’ nominations
    Ulster University staff and students have been shortlisted for three prestigious UK-wide industry awards for journalism excellence, in the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) Awards for Excellence 2019.The first NCTJ award nomination is for teaching innovation. The… View More →

  • Thu Dec 2019

    The "faulty" neurons behind brain tumors
    Headaches, nausea, drowsiness, loss of muscle control, difficulty in swallowing: these are the symptoms that characterize most cases of medulloblastoma, the most common brain tumor of childhood which can also affect adults.About seven in one million children are diagnosed with… View More →

  • Mon Dec 2019

    KU ACCOMPANIES THE YEAR OF 2019 HAVING ACHIEVED THE SET GOALS
    Klaipeda University (KU) accompanies the finishing year of 2019 with vivacity. The higher education institution can enjoy the bigger number of students after almost a decade – the possibility to study in the port city has been chosen by more… View More →

  • Mon Dec 2019

    Facial recognition: a step towards brighter future or a march into total surveillance society?
    On December, 3rd at Lazarski University there was an open, Oxford style debate on the topic of facial recognition technology. Two teams were invited to debate the issue. Each side presented arguments for and against the motion. They tried to… View More →

  • Tue Jan 2020

    Uppsala University in European initiative for new antibiotics
    Uppsala University is taking a leading role in COMBINE, a multinational collaboration where 11 partners from academia and the private sector are working together to chart new approaches for the more effective development of antibiotics.With a central position in the new European collaboration COMBINE, Uppsala University is expanding its already strong… View More →

  • Fri Jan 2020

    RTU HAS ACHIEVED THE HIGHEST RESULTS SO FAR IN THE EDUNIVERSAL RANKING
    The Faculty of Engineering Economics and Management (FEEM) of Riga Technical University (RTU) and Riga Business School (RBS) have been ranked high – in the 4 palms league – in the world’s best business school ranking «Eduniversal» for the fourth… View More →

  • Thu Jan 2020

    Webinar "How to choose your Business School"
    Register & attend this LIVE webinar on ‘How to choose your Business School in France‘ by Montpellier Business School and learn- How to differentiate yourself from other professionals by studying in France. Which factors to consider while choosing the right Program… View More →

  • Thu Jan 2020

    RTU – ONE OF THE TOP 100 GREENEST UNIVERSITIES IN THE WORLD
    Riga Technical University (RTU) is ranked among 100 greenest universities in the world, ranking 93–95 in the GreenMetric for green politics and sustainability. RTU has obtained  equal number of points with two Spanish universities. It is a significant achievement compared… View More →

  • Thu Jan 2020

    Guest lecturer from Klaipeda University has started to teach in "Natural Sciences"
    In the project “Perfection of the Academic Staff of Liepaja University in the Areas of Strategic Specialization – Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Information Technologies, Art, Social Sciences, Commerce and Law”the guest professor Olga Anne from Klaipeda University (Lithuania) has started… View More →

  • Thu Jan 2020

    KTU expert: the number of .lt domains is growing due to expansion of mobile internet
    The Internet Service Centre DOMREG at Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) – the registry of .lt top-level domain – informs that the number of domains has reached 198 923 in 2019. Since 2018, the growth of 3.15% is observed. The… View More →

  • Wed Jan 2020

    SKEMA Ventures launches study on entrepreneur confidence
    Recognised for their work on entrepreneurs and the ecosystems of entrepreneurship, SKEMA Business School’s research teams have developed a measurement index based on different criteria tested in real conditions. This index will evaluate the mindset and confidence of entrepreneurs periodically.The… View More →

  • Wed Jan 2020

    New Global Competence in Teacher Education Project Launches with an Erasmus+ Grant
    Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK) together with the University of Hull and three other universities, AFS Intercultural Programs (AFS) and the European Federation for Intercultural Learning (EFIL) in Europe have been awarded a Erasmus+ research and programme development grant… View More →

  • Mon Feb 2020

    Groupe ESC Clermont opens its first campus in China
    With this new campus, Groupe ESC Clermont aims to develop its academic and research programs in a thriving offshore region, close to a high-tech capital of the world. The campus is housed inside the Guangdong Polytechnic of Science and Technology… View More →

  • Mon Feb 2020

    International collaboration elevates Peace and Conflict Studies
    The appointment to the Rotary Peace Center has raised Uppsala University’s already attractive master’s programme in Peace and Conflict Studies to the very highest level. In January master’s student Afaf Doleeb received the Martin Henriksson Holmdahl Prize for her involvement… View More →

  • Fri Feb 2020

    Face the future – Bangor University awarded substantial grant to explore Emotional AI in smart cities
    As Emotional Artificial Intelligence (AI) starts to be rolled out in smart cities, a team from Bangor University has won a substantial grant to study ways in which citizens can live harmoniously with technologies that sense, learn and interact with their… View More →

  • Fri Feb 2020

    Montpellier Business School renews its commitment to the professional integration of people with disabilities
    In 2018, the unemployment rate of people with disabilities is 19%, while it is 9% for the total labour force. This observation underlines the importance of making companies aware of responsible recruitment for a better professional integration. Based on the… View More →

  • Mon Feb 2020

    New call for UP Endowment Fund grants: Students, take advantage of your opportunities!
    With the new year and new semester also come new opportunities. One offered to students is from the Palacký University Endowment Fund, which today announced its sixth call, to which students can apply until 30 March in order to get… View More →

  • Mon Feb 2020

    Vitamin C may shorten ventilation in critically ill patients
    Vitamin C administration shortened the duration of mechanical ventilation in critical care patients, but the effect depended on the severity of illness.In five controlled trials including 471 patients requiring ventilation for over 10 hours, vitamin C shortened ventilation time on… View More →

  • Tue Feb 2020

    Germany has 4th strongest Higher Education System in the world The country in the heart of Europe has a lot to offer to international students.
    According to a recent survey by QS (Quacquarelli Symonds) Germany ranks 4th in the new QS Higher Education System Strength Rankings.Germany ranks 2nd among European countries, after the United Kingdom and is among strong rivals such as the United States… View More →

  • Wed Feb 2020

    KTU students design new belt to monitor the fetus during pregnancy
    A team of students from Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) BeltaMom has designed a belt for pregnant women that monitors the condition of the fetus from the 2nd trimester. It helps to keep track of the baby's heart rate, his… View More →

  • Tue Feb 2020

    LSMU Offers Studies for Prospective Students in Ukraine
    To expand the geography of international collaboration, representatives of LSMU Jevgenij Razgulin (psychologist for international students) and Anton Rubis (student of Odontology, LSMU student ambassador), had visited Kyiv, Ukraine, on February 7-10.  The Lithuanian University of Health Sciences was presented… View More →

  • Tue Feb 2020

    Ulster and Queen’s awarded £2.1million for state-of-the-art high performance computing facility
    Ulster University and Queen’s University Belfast have been awarded a major grant of £2.1million for a state-of-the-art computing facility, which will allow researchers to use high performance computing (HPC) technology to address some of society’s biggest challenges. Named “Kelvin-2”, the… View More →

  • Wed Mar 2020

    SKEMA United scholarships awarded after 250 000 km covered
    In October 2019, the first edition of SKEMA United, SKEMA's sports challenge for a good cause, took place, bringing together students, employees and graduates to finance scholarship programmes. The original objective was for participants to walk, run or bike the… View More →

  • Wed Mar 2020

    ‘The future of our oceans’ – public lecture at Bangor University by prominent scientist
    The future of our oceans will be the focus of a public lecture at Bangor University on Wednesday, 4 March.  The speaker is Jacqueline McGlade, Professor of Resilience and Sustainable Development at University College London, and an Honorary Fellow of… View More →

  • Tue Mar 2020

    The first Charity Dinner organized by EUHT StPOL manages to raise more than € 4500 for El Banc dels Aliments Foundation
    The facilities of the Hotel Gran Sol hosted the first edition of the Charity Dinner of the University College of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts of Sant Pol de Mar (EUHT StPOL)on the 27th of February. The Charity Dinner was… View More →

  • Tue Mar 2020

    Pancreatic Cancer Research: What’s New after Another Year in the Lab?
    Detection of pancreatic cancer at an early stage. It was precisely a year ago that Professor Michal Hol?apek of the Faculty of Chemical Technology presented a method that may save the lives of hundreds of thousands of patients. Journalists kept… View More →

  • Tue Mar 2020

    Changing the lives of people living with dementia with new memory supporting app
    InspireD, which has been developed by Scaffold Digital in partnership with Ulster University, the Public Health Agency (PHA) and Health and Social Care NI (HSCNI ), is designed to help people living with dementia and their carers  to store photographs,… View More →

  • Tue Mar 2020

    RSU to Run Online Q&A Session for Students on Remote Learning Process
    On Wednesday 18 March R?ga Stradi?š University (RSU) will run a Q&A session, during which RSU Vice-Rectors and Deans will answer students’ questions on the study process during the national state of emergency. The links to the live online Q&A… View More →

  • Thu Mar 2020

    KTU sociologist Audrone Telesiene: stay connected and choose reliable information sources
    After the World Health Organization (WTO) declared the COVID-19 virus outbreak a pandemic, quarantine took effect in Lithuania. Most of us understand that this means a high risk of getting ill with coronavirus. Among those who are infected, most will… View More →

  • Thu Mar 2020

    4th International Week of the OP RDE Project took place at VSB - Technical University of Ostrava from 9th till 11th March 2020.
    The event was attended by representatives from eight countries as well as representatives of the University management and faculty coordinators of individual faculties of VSB-TUO. At the opening the participants were welcomed by the Rector of VSB-TUO, Prof. Vaclav Snasel.… View More →

  • Tue Mar 2020

    A brand-new discipline at LSMU - Clinical Health Psychology
    A brand-new modern Master programme has been launched at LSMU. Clinical health psychology programme will be conducted in English language from 2020 fall. Two-year Clinical Health Psychology master programme is a specialized programme which combines clinical and health psychology teaching… View More →

  • Sat Apr 2020

    TUKE is part of the Ulysseus alliance
    Six European universities and a large number of associated partners gathered today in Brussels to sign the Ulysseus Mission Statement. Ulysseus alliance aims to generate a long-term alliance, joint structure and strategy for education and research, linked to the priorities… View More →

  • Wed Apr 2020

    Bangor University contributes to global COVID-19 related research
    Scientists at Bangor University are joining the global fight against the current COVID-19 pandemic. A group of leading academics are to pool their expertise to develop new ways of mass-monitoring levels of SARS-Cov-2, the virus which causes the newly named… View More →

  • Wed Apr 2020

    STUDIES AT RTU CONTINUE TO BE PROVIDED REMOTELY
    Studies and scientific work at Riga Technical University (RTU) continue remotely during the period when precautionary measures have to be observed due to Covid-19 and, with the rector’s order, all intramural studies are cancelled until 14 April. Studies are held… View More →

  • Wed Apr 2020

    IX Symposium on the Iberian Atlantic Margin
    It will be held from September 4 to 7, 2018, in Coimbra, the IX Symposium on the Iberian Atlantic Margin. The 1st circular can be viewed here. Integrating the themes of Oceanography, Geology of the Margin, Coastal Dynamics, Resources and Sustainability, Di(geodi/biodi)versity,… View More →

  • Wed Apr 2020

    Student nurses join the fight against Covid-19
    Over 600 final year Nursing and Midwifery students from Ulster University, Queen’s University Belfast and Open University have joined the fight against Covid-19 by entering the Health and Social Care (HSC) workforce early. These students, in the last six months of their pre-registration education, have elected to take their final clinical… View More →

  • Mon Apr 2020

    Waste2H2 - Waste to Hydrogen
    The Polytechnic of Portalegre, through its VALORIZA research center, adds another project to the 30 or so currently underway. The “Waste2H2 - Waste to Hydrogen” project, submitted in November 2019 to the Twinning contest, as part of the Widening program… View More →

  • Mon Apr 2020

    Life as a student in a virtual classroom
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  • Wed May 2020

    Become a mentor for new international students
    The International Department of R?ga Stradi?š University (RSU) invites students to become mentors to new international students starting from August 2020.The aim of the mentor programme is to enhance the international students' experience at RSU by assisting them throughout their… View More →

  • Wed May 2020

    More educational places for Jönköping University
    Due to the change in conditions of the Swedish labor market as a result of the coronavirus, more people will want to study in higher education. The Swedish Government has therefore proposed an increase in the number of places within… View More →

  • Wed May 2020

    Ulster University playing its part in reducing food wastage across Europe in €4.8m project
    Ulster University is playing an important role in reducing food wastage across North West Europe thanks to an innovative €4.8m project which adapts and applies existing innovative technology to food supply chains. ‘REAMIT’ - Improving Resource Efficiency of Agribusiness supply… View More →

  • Wed May 2020

    Are you from Europe? Don’t miss your chance to study at KTU for free
    This week, the first stage of general admissions to master’s studies at Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) started. During the general admissions, all the applicants are ranked according to their admission score and become candidates to a state-funded study place.… View More →

  • Tue May 2020

    Biologists have found two new species of Thismiaceae in Borneo
    Another two new species of Thismiaceae have been discovered on Borneo by a team of scientists from the Palacký University Faculty of Science and the Crop Research Institute. Thismia ornata is named after the inside of its flower, which is… View More →

  • Tue May 2020

    Financial Times - Executive Education - Customised programs – NEOMA ranked for the first time
    NEOMA appears in this ranking and is placed 77th in the world and 10th in France.The customised programmes stand out in particular on the following criteria:&bull "Follow up", which assesses the quality of the post-training follow-up (22nd in the world).… View More →

  • Tue May 2020

    Digitalisation on a New Level: RSU Students’ Experience Studying at Home
    Gusto the dachshund takes every opportunity to compete with the laptop and curl up in its owner’s lap, 5th year medical student at R?ga Stradi?š University (RSU), Lauma Gulbe. The puppy was adopted from a shelter and is the biggest… View More →

  • Tue May 2020

    ESDHEM third-year apprenticeship: opening at SKEMA’s Lille campus
    For 25 years, SKEMA has been promoting apprenticeship courses, which combine alternating periods of professional experience and academic learning, often while encouraging social advancement as these courses are exempt of fee.From the start of the new academic year in September… View More →

  • Fri Jun 2020

    Study at KTU with a scholarship
    Education is one of the key factors of success when talking about achieving career goals and overall life satisfaction. Top-quality studies without a hefty price tag is even better. Kaunas University of Technology (KTU), Lithuania is taking care of this:… View More →

  • Fri Jun 2020

    Ulster University confirms plans for the 2020/2021 Academic Year
    Ulster University’s Interim Vice-Chancellor, Professor Paul Bartholomew has today confirmed that the first term of academic year 2020/21 will commence on 21 September with plans to deliver lectures and other teaching online for semester one.  Some on-campus activities will take… View More →

  • Mon Jun 2020

    New project to analyse novel coronavirus in wastewater
    The novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has been detected in wastewater. Scientists from Uppsala University, KTH and SLU have received support from Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation and SciLifeLab to determine if wastewater treatment plants can effectively eliminate the virus from raw… View More →

  • Tue Jun 2020

    Adaptation of on-campus education in the autumn semester at Jönköping University
    J ouml;nköping University will plan for on-campus education to start in the beginning of the autumn semester 2020. The decision has been made after discussions within the JU executive team and is based on the scenario that the autumn’s recommendations… View More →

  • Sat Jun 2020

    Ulster University develop COVID-19 symptom checker, diagnostic and contact tracker app
    Researchers from Ulster University’s Schools of Engineering and Computing have developed an app to check for COVID-19 symptoms and provide advice. The app collects information, checks for symptoms, helps perform diagnostics and provides advice. Data from the app can also… View More →

  • Sat Jun 2020

    Virtual Summer Start-up Week launched to help students become real-world entrepreneurs
    Fifty three entrepreneurial students from Bangor have won places on a free online Summer Start-Up week to help get their business ideas off the ground.  The unique Summer Start-Up Week, beginning on Monday 8th June, offers five days of inspiration,… View More →

  • Sun Jun 2020

    Partial lifting of restrictions at Lazarski University
    Pursuant to Regulation No. 4/2020 of the Rector and President of Lazarski University, conducting didactic activities in direct contact to the extent necessary to continue the implementation of didactic and research tasks.This applies to classes that cannot be completed using… View More →

  • Sun Jun 2020

    RTU RETAINS ITS LEADER POSITION IN LATVIA IN THE PRESTIGIOUS QS WORLD UNIVERSITY RANKINGS
    Riga Technical University (RTU) has been ranked in the 701 to 750 range of QS World University Rankings 2021, which is the highest score among three Latvian universities included in the ranking. RTU received the highest appraisal for its increase… View More →

  • Sat Jul 2020

    The employee scholarship: a new opportunity for the MBS teams to contribute to equal opportunities
    The scholarships awarded by the MBS Foundation and its business partners celebrate the skills, the academic level and the potential of students for whom financial barriers could’ve prevented their ambition to pursue the studies they deserve.MBS Foundation stands out by… View More →

  • Sat Jul 2020

    Riga Stradins University (RSU) is ranked among the 25 best universities in the world in the research category on Open Access publications in the U-Multirank international university rankings published on 9 June 2020.
    Overall RSU has received the seven of highest grade A, which is a significantly better result than a year ago. RSU received the most As in the field of regional involvement, which evaluates the employment opportunities of bachelor's and master's… View More →

  • Mon Jul 2020

    Start of the Academic Year 2020/2021 at HAMK
    HAMK is preparing to return to campuses gradually during autumn.HAMK is planning to start the autumn semester as follows:Beginning student groups will be present at campuses. Teachers will take care of safety in contact teaching.Beginning international groups will start online,… View More →

  • Mon Jul 2020

    Novel function of platelets in tumour blood vessels found by Scientists at Uppsala University
    Scientists at Uppsala University have discovered a hitherto unknown function of blood platelets in cancer. In mouse models, these platelets have proved to help preserve the vascular barrier which makes blood-vessel walls selectively impermeable, thereby reducing the spread of tumour… View More →

  • Sat Jul 2020

    Start of the Academic Year 2020/2021 at HAMK.
    HAMK is preparing to return to campuses gradually during autumn.HAMK is planning to start the autumn semester as follows:Beginning student groups will be present at campuses. Teachers will take care of safety in contact teaching.Beginning international groups will start online,… View More →

  • Sat Jul 2020

    Novel function of platelets in tumour blood vessels found by Scientists at Uppsala University.
    Scientists at Uppsala University have discovered a hitherto unknown function of blood platelets in cancer. In mouse models, these platelets have proved to help preserve the vascular barrier which makes blood-vessel walls selectively impermeable, thereby reducing the spread of tumour… View More →

  • Sat Jul 2020

    The University of Pardubice ranks among the TOP 1,000 schools in the world
    The University of Pardubice ranks among the TOP 1,000 higher education institutes in the world and one of the TOP 10 in the Czech Republic, as shown by QS World University Rankings 2021, one of the world's most prestigious rankings.… View More →

  • Fri Jul 2020

    Magnetic nanoparticles for Covid-19 testing in practical applications
    Miniature particles with a magnetic core and a thin silica shell on the surface to isolate viral RNA developed by scientists at the Regional Centre of Advanced Technology and Materials (RCPTM), the Faculty of Science, are now being translated into… View More →

  • Sat Jul 2020

    Palacky University Olomouc keeps climbing in international rankings
    Palacky University has achieved the best position in its history to date in the current issue of the QS World University Rankings 2021. Among more than a thousand evaluated universities from 93 countries, UP ranked 591st–600th place, improving its position… View More →

  • Sat Jul 2020

    SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences is opening a campus in Hamburg
    In the middle of the beautiful centre of the Hanseatic city, within walking distance of the Alster River and easily accessible by train, subways and bus, SRH Berlin will be offering English-language Master's programmes at its new SRH Campus Hamburg.… View More →

  • Mon Jul 2020

    Psychologists From the National Armed Forces Will Start Using Smart Device Created in Latvia
    A new smart device has been created as part of the new computerised individual personality assessment system. It was the result of several years of cooperation between researchers from R?ga Stradi?š University (RSU) and Riga Technical University (RTU). The device… View More →

  • Mon Jul 2020

    Faculty of Law and Administration of the Lazarski University is the best in Poland
    The Faculty of Law and Administration took the first place among private universities in the 14th Ranking of Law Faculties prepared by Dziennik Gazeta Prawna. Thus, for the twelfth time, we have defended our position as leader in the ranking!The… View More →

  • Mon Aug 2020

    RSU Signs Memorandum to Establish European Digital Innovation Center in Latvia
    On Wednesday, July 22, the Latvian IT Cluster signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish a European Digital Innovation Hub in Latvia together with several cooperation partners, including Riga Stradins University (RSU). Among the signatories are Latvia’s leading universities… View More →

  • Mon Aug 2020

    Cancer research published in Science Advances
    Cancer is a disease that has touched us all, and although we now know a lot about how cancers develop and grow, we still have a lot to learn.  A major factor in cancer development and in treatment resistance is… View More →

  • Tue Aug 2020

    University of Pardubice brings Double degree program with TU Dresden
    The Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Pardubice together with the Technische Universität Dresden (TU Dresden), Internationales Hochschulinstitut Zittau (IHI Zittau) in Germany organize a Double Degree programme within the Czech postgraduate Master study programme „Economics and Management“, study… View More →

  • Tue Aug 2020

    University of Helsinki has decided on the criteria for certificate based admission in 2023–2024
    The University of Helsinki has made a decision on the criteria for certificate-based admission to the bachelor’s programmes included in the joint application procedure in 2023–2024. The release of the criteria will help future upper secondary school students choose their… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2020

    Montpellier Business School reveals its 2020-2025 strategic plan and builds on its values to meet the needs of a world in transition
    In a world in transition and in the face of increasingly complex and fluctuating economic, social and ecological environments, MBS has chosen to build on its convictions to implement a new strategic plan up to 2025. “This plan is organized… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2020

    Covid-19: the causes of the poor prognosis in patients with diabetes have been identified
    Patients with diabetes are particularly at risk in the case of infection with Covid-19, especially as this syndrome is often accompanied by other pathologies such as hypertension, cardiovascular disease and obesity. This is what emerges from a study carried out… View More →

  • Sat Sep 2020

    A new blog designed to make management research useful and accessible!
    This new media platform is designed to share the expertise of the NEOMA community members related to management, innovation, performance and entrepreneurship through the analysis of real issues and the formulation of practical recommendations from research articles in management science.A… View More →

  • Sat Sep 2020

    Digital Badges: a credible tool to prove soft competencies
    Technology is changing the world. Students today need not only hard skills but also so-called soft competencies: leadership, communication, and emotional intelligence. A study by LinkedIn found that 92 per cent of respondents think that soft skills are more important… View More →

  • Wed Sep 2020

    Tandem Language Learning - academic year 2020-2021 at University of Trento.
    The University of Trento proposes the Tandem Language Learning as an opportunity to improve oral competences in a foreign language in an informal and different setting which is not the usual classroom, but a more relaxed and casual environment.Usually the… View More →

  • Wed Sep 2020

    NEOMA Business School placed 61st in the QS 2020 worldwide ranking of top Executive MBAs.
    QS (Quacquarelli Symonds), a British company specialising in the analysis of higher education institutions around the world, publishes its global ranking of the best Executive MBAs today. NEOMA is ranked 61st worldwide (+30 places) and 29th in Europe (+12 places)… View More →

  • Tue Aug 2020

    Applicant Numbers Rise by 25% for Social Sciences Programmes at RSU
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  • Wed Aug 2020

    Ulster’s School of Medicine now recruiting future doctors for September 2021
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  • Thu Sep 2020

    Tandem Language Learning - academic year 2020-2021 at University of Trento
    The University of Trento proposes the Tandem Language Learning as an opportunity to improve oral competences in a foreign language in an informal and different setting which is not the usual classroom, but a more relaxed and casual environment.Usually the… View More →

  • Thu Sep 2020

    NEOMA Business School placed 61st in the QS 2020 worldwide ranking of top Executive MBAs
    QS (Quacquarelli Symonds), a British company specialising in the analysis of higher education institutions around the world, publishes its global ranking of the best Executive MBAs today. NEOMA is ranked 61st worldwide (+30 places) and 29th in Europe (+12 places)… View More →

  • Fri Sep 2020

    STUDIES IN THE AUTUMN SEMESTER WILL TAKE PLACE ON-SITE AND ONLINE
    In the autumn semester of the new academic year, lectures at Riga Technical University (RTU) will be organized in a mixed mode, both on-site and online. Special attention will be paid to observing epidemiological safety measures when organising on-site studies.Lectures… View More →

  • Fri Sep 2020

    MCAST collaborates with European partners on vocational training and water-related education
    In many countries, especially in Europe, we take our clean drinking water for granted. The process of water production is a complex one which requires a skilled workforce to operate. Several European countries are struggling with a shortage of young… View More →

  • Wed Sep 2020

    Erasmus+ Call 2020: projects for international mobility and the new “European Joint Masters in Management and Engineering of Environment and Energy” (ME3+) have been funded
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  • Wed Sep 2020

    RSU Pre-courses In Demand Also Online
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  • Mon Oct 2020

    The largest in the Baltics career fair KTU WANTed Career Days will take place online
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  • Mon Oct 2020

    SKEMA and Nanjing Audit University hold project management summer school
    From 3 to 13 August, 32 finance and audit students from China took part in the very first project management programme offered online by SKEMA and its partner Nanjing Audit University (NAU).For eight days, the students attended 20 hours of… View More →

  • Wed Oct 2020

    Fin­land con­tin­ues its quest to teach 1 % of the world the ba­sics of AI – Open on­line course Build­ing AI pub­lished
    A new open online course by the University of Helsinki and technology company Reaktor explains the algorithms behind AI. Building AI is a sequel to Elements of AI, the international phenomenon that has been voted the world’s best computer science… View More →

  • Wed Oct 2020

    New master's degree in computer science at JU
    Jönköping University is increasing its educational offering and will start a new master's degree programme in computer science at the School of Engineering next autumn, 2021.“There are many companies in the region, and also nationally, that need to employ qualified… View More →

  • Wed Oct 2020

    ULa in 3rd place in the Ranking of Law Departments of “Rzeczpospolita”
    The editors of Rzeczpospolita for the ninth time awarded universities best educating young lawyers. Lazarski University took the 3rd place among private universities."The position in the ranking was decided by, among others application reliance and scientific potential - that is,… View More →

  • Wed Oct 2020

    The FM UPJS took and examined samples for COVID-19 from foreign students free of charge
    The Faculty of Medicine, UPJŠ takes a responsible approach to the risk of spreading the new coronavirus and provided free of charge testing for its foreign students by the highly sensitive RT PCR method. The Faculty ordered testing for each… View More →

  • Mon Oct 2020

    SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING AWARDED ATHENA SWAN BRONZE AWARD
    Bangor University is delighted to announce that a recent Athena SWAN application for a Bronze award from the School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering has been successful.These awards recognise the Schools’ and University’s ongoing commitment to gender equality for… View More →

  • Mon Oct 2020

    Ulster University partners with the Antonio Carluccio Foundation to promote access to higher education
    Ulster University has entered a partnership with the Antonio Carluccio Foundation to encourage young people in Northern Ireland to consider studying in the fields of Hospitality and Culinary Arts Management. The outreach programme, officially launched on 30 September 2020, is… View More →

  • Tue Nov 2020

    Study­ing and well­be­ing: Stu­dents of the University of Helsinki offered ways to de­ve­lop their stress man­age­ment skills
    A course developed by Henna Asikainen and Nina Katajavuori, senior lecturers in university pedagogy working on Viikki Campus, University of Helsinki, helps students practise the promotion of their wellbeing, stress management and study skills. The aim is to make the… View More →

  • Tue Nov 2020

    Ulster University launches Northern Ireland’s first BSc Paramedic Science degree
    With funding support from the Department of Health, the new three year, BSc Hons Paramedic Science course will be based within Ulster University’s multi award winning School of Nursing on the Magee campus.Educating the next generation of paramedics, this course… View More →

  • Fri Nov 2020

    BANGOR UNIVERSITY TO BECOME A WORLD LEADER IN A NUCLEAR-POWERED FUTURE
    Bangor University is to become a world-leading nuclear research site after a £3 million Welsh Government investment in 15 new science posts.The highly qualified jobs will be at the university’s Nuclear Futures Institute and have recharged the region’s nuclear ambitions… View More →

  • Fri Nov 2020

    Private Renting: Guidance for Students
    Many students live away from home when they go to university, so if you are living in privately rented accommodation or university halls it is important to know what your rights and responsibilities are.Luckily UUSU are here to help and… View More →

  • Wed Nov 2020

    The University of Ostrava Will Open a New Research Centre for SMART Technologies.
    The University of Ostrava wants to focus more on the future of SMART technologies. In cooperation with research and non-profit organizations, businesses and public administrations, the University will explore their use in cities and municipalities on a more massive scale.… View More →

  • Wed Nov 2020

    HAMK partnering with European vocational education institutes to develop marketing education in Europe.
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  • Wed Nov 2020

    Another success of VSB-TUO in the world of medicine
    The team led by doc. Radek Martinek from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at VSB-TUO has developed the Foetal Electrodiagram Phantom technology, which is used to model the activity of the foetus’s and mother’s heart.It is based… View More →

  • Fri Dec 2020

    Educational Sciences at the University of Helsinki ranked 52nd in THE ranking
    Educational Sciences at the University of Helsinki are ranked 52nd in the Times Higher Education by Subject comparison 2020. Improvement was eight positions from last year. Johanna Makela, Dean of the Faculty of Educational Sciences, is delighted of the Education… View More →

  • Fri Dec 2020

    UP holds its positions in THE World University Rankings, improving in research
    Palacky University Olomouc is ranked 601st–800th in the prestigious international ranking of universities THE World University Rankings 2021. UP has thus confirmed its position from previous years. In the domestic comparison, UP shares second place with Masaryk University in Brno;… View More →

  • Mon Dec 2020

    UP digitally interlinks health scientists with companies across Europe
    Easier access to information and faster implementation of medical knowledge in practice – this is the goal of the Digital Innovation Hub DIGI2Health. Within its framework, data from scientific institutions, medical facilities, and commercial entities from all over Europe will… View More →

  • Fri Dec 2020

    A unique education introduces new profession in Sweden
    Pedorthist  is a brand new vocational education starting this spring at Jönköping University. The education is conducted as a distance programme and introduces Pedorthist as a professional role in Sweden. A Pedorthist is a professional working in a diabetic team… View More →

  • Sat Dec 2020

    Develop Your Business Idea at B-Space
    Starting from 14 December, prospective entrepreneurs can apply to INK, the R?ga Stradi?š University (RSU) Business Incubator B-Space incubation programme.Teams with a business idea in which at least one member is an RSU student, employee or graduate can apply. Experienced… View More →

  • Sat Dec 2020

    Foreign Language Centre recognises additional alternative certificates: Language Cert IESOL and Language Cert of English (LTE)
    Do you want to study in English at Lazarski University? Instead of taking an exam, you can confirm your language competence by submitting a foreign language certificate.Foreign Language Centre recognises extra alternative certificates that candidates can submit:Language Cert IESOL (B2… View More →

  • Tue Jan 2021

    A unique education introduces new profession in Sweden.
    Pedorthist (in Swedish: Fotortist) is a brand new vocational education starting this spring at Jönköping University. The education is conducted as a distance programme and introduces Pedorthist as a professional role in Sweden.A Pedorthist is a professional working in a… View More →

  • Wed Jan 2021

    Montpellier Business School reveals its 2020-2025 strategic plan and builds on its values to meet the needs of a world in transition.
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  • Fri Jan 2021

    Coronavirus News – Vaccine Development
    The University of Pecs is working on vaccine development in partnership with the Austrian biotechnology company CEBINA. The Virological Research Group of the UP Szentágothai Research Centre started working with the Austrian company last year on active substance testing, and… View More →

  • Fri Jan 2021

    Germany to test travellers from risk areas twice for coronavirus: Merke
    Travellers arriving in Germany from risk regions will have to test for the coronavirus twice, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday after announcing an extension of an existing lockdown as well as some tougher measures. Even if a first test… View More →

  • Fri Jan 2021

    The Erasmus+ charter renewed until 2027 for SKEMA
    SKEMA will continue to develop European and international academic cooperation by actively participating in the Erasmus+ programme.With SKEMA, over 300 Erasmus mobility programmes are financed each year as well as 10 mobility programmes for team members or professors, and there… View More →

  • Sat Jan 2021

    Uni­versi­ties pre­par­ing to or­gan­ise en­trance ex­am­in­a­tions on cam­puses
    Universities have continued to prepare student admissions for 2021, taking into account the current coronavirus situation. The aim is to organise the spring and summer entrance examinations on campuses or other physical facilities.  Entrance examinations for the University of Helsinki… View More →

  • Tue Feb 2021

    Swiss hospitality schools top global ranking
    Eight of the ten best hotel schools in the world are located in Switzerland, according to the annual Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) university ranking by subject.A total of 29 Swiss programmes landed in the top ten in 2021, compared to 26… View More →

  • Tue Feb 2021

    Ireland focuses on UK/EU relationship in three-year higher ed strategy
    The Irish government has pledged to “promote continuing linkages and deeper connections” between higher education institutions in Ireland and the UK, as well position itself as a leading knowledge economy, it has said as it set out its 2021-23 higher education strategy. The plan… View More →

  • Tue Feb 2021

    EU to Allocate €95.5 Billion for Horizon Europe Research & Innovation Programme for 2021-2027
    The European Parliament and the EU Council have reached a political deal on the budget for 2021-2027 for Horizon Europe programme, the largest transnational programme ever supporting research and innovation. The Parliaments negotiators and the Council have agreed to allocate… View More →

  • Sat Mar 2021

    Coventry University launches the first International Conference in Techno-Auditing for 2021
    The Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity (CFCI) are inviting paper submissions for the first ever International Conference in Techno-Auditing 2021 (ICTA2021). The free two day conference will be led by CFCI in collaboration with ISACA. The event will draw from… View More →

  • Wed Mar 2021

    Great success. Students of the Faculty of Economics scored unprecedentedly in the investment competition
    Students of the Faculty of Economics TUL managed to overwhelmingly beat other competitors from other universities involved in the autumn round of the investment student game Studentbroker. A fifteen-member group of our "brokers" won first place in the Stocks category. She left… View More →

  • Wed Mar 2021

    EU outlines proposed COVID 'vaccine passport' that could boost travel this summer
    As the vaccination roll-out accelerates around the world, many countries are starting to think about how they can enable vaccinated citizens to travel and visit public places such as restaurants and sports stadiums. The EU has unveiled its proposed digital… View More →

  • Wed Mar 2021

    2021 Marks the 20th Anniversary of the European University Association
    It has been 20 years since European university representatives and national rectors’ conferences joined forces to form the European University Association (EUA) with the aim to create a single organization to speak for the interests of all higher education representatives,… View More →

  • Tue May 2021

    PORTSMOUTH ACADEMIC NAMED WINNER OF INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
    Dr Jackie Batey, Senior Lecturer in Illustration, has been named winner of the annual International Award for Excellence by the Information, Medium and Society: Journal of Publishing Studies. Dr Batey’s article Are You Okay? was selected for the award from… View More →

  • Wed May 2021

    Conference on the future of Europe: Have your say on the future of education in the EU
    How can we ensure quality education, lifelong learning and more opportunities for all?On 24 March 2021, the European Parliament, Council of the European Union (EU) and the European Commission officially launched the Conference on the Future of Europe. Its multilingual digital… View More →

  • Wed May 2021

    Vaccine rollout makes UK a more attractive study location
    The United Kingdom’s successful rollout of COVID-19 vaccines is making the country more attractive to international students, according to new global research.Nearly one in five (17%) prospective international students interested in studying in the UK think it is the best… View More →

  • Sat May 2021

    The University of Vienna offers students virtual guidance to choose the right study program
    Is studying at the university right for me? And if so, what goal do I want to pursue? The University of Vienna supports prospective students with a wide range of digital services when choosing a course. With a comprehensive digital… View More →

  • Mon May 2021

    EU BUSINESS SCHOOL IS REAFFIRMED AS A FOUR-STAR INSTITUTION FOR BUSINESS EDUCATION & FIVE STARS FOR EMPLOYABILITY AND ONLINE LEARNING BY QS
    EU was awarded a maximum five stars for employability which reflects the tremendous achievements of its alumni, and in recognition of its reputation among employers, its employer presence on campus and level of graduate employment: EU achieved the remarkable score… View More →

  • Wed May 2021

    E-residency, education, e-governance drives India-Estonia ties
    India has announced the opening of an Embassy in Tallinn, capital of Estonia, by year-end and there are a number of reasons why New Delhi has decided to do so as part of its efforts to enhance diplomatic presence in… View More →

  • Thu May 2021

    Russia to Soften Visa Policy for Tourists, Relatives of Russians
    Russian lawmakers have moved toward easing visa rules for tourists and relatives of Russian citizens. The reforms introduced last week will allow foreign tourists with valid hotel bookings to stay in Russia for up to six months, up from the… View More →

  • Wed May 2021

    Recovery plan: UGA and Grenoble INP - UGA are mobilizing with companies to develop jobs through innovation
    The University of Grenoble Alpes (UGA) and Grenoble INP, an engineering and management institute of the UGA have responded to the State's call to help companies overcome the crisis as part of the first wave of France Relance scheme in… View More →

  • Thu May 2021

    Czech Companies Looking To Increase Hiring In 2021
    A survey conducted by ManpowerGroup on the Labor Market for the second quarter of 2021 found that Czech companies are planning to hire more employees soon. These findings were revealed by a regular survey among 607 private and public sector… View More →

  • Tue Jun 2021

    AN INVENTORY ROBOT IS BEING MADE AT ELTE
    The consortium formed by Martin Metal Product Kft. Eotvos Loránd University won a non-refundable grant in excess of HUF 574.5 million in the tender entitled “Support for Market-Driven Research and Development and Innovation Projects”. The MOBOT to be developed as… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2021

    Volume 3 Number 1 of the Journal of Baroque Studies now out!
    The International Institute for Baroque Studies at the University of Malta has just published Volume 3 number 1 of its scholarly Journal of Baroque Studies. This peer-reviewed academic journal is edited by Professor Frans Ciappara. Beautifully produced and illustrated by… View More →

  • Tue Jun 2021

    THE CSC ALUMNI COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FUND 2020-2021
    Reference Link: https://cscuk.fcdo.gov.uk/the-csc-alumni-community-engagement-fund-2020-2021/ The CSC’s Alumni Community Engagement Fund (ACEF) supports Commonwealth Alumni in raising awareness of key development issues at the community level through an event or engagement activity. Each year, the CSC selects the focus themes and invite alumni… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2021

    The UAIC leadership decided to conclude a partnership with the National University of Economics in Odessa
    Reference Link: https://www.uaic.ro/conducerea-uaic-a-decis-incheierea-unui-parteneriat-cu-universitatea-nationala-de-economie-din-odesa/ On Monday, June 7, 2021, the "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iasi (UAIC) participated in an online meeting with representatives of the National University of Economics in Odessa (UNEO). UAIC was represented at the meeting by prof. Univ.… View More →

  • Fri Jun 2021

    Enhance science communication
    Reference Link:  https://www.tudarmstadt.de/universitaet/aktuelles_meldungen/einzelansicht_320832.de.jsp The TU Darmstadt anchors the Strategic Communication department in the Presidium. The TU Darmstadt will in future attach particular importance to strategic science communication: The newly created department will be anchored in the Presidium with the position… View More →

  • Sat Jun 2021

    Increase energy efficiency: help for smaller companies
    Reference Link: https://www.uni-bremen.de/universitaet/hochschulkommunikation-und-marketing/aktuelle-meldungen/detailansicht/energieeffizienz-steigern-hilfe-fuer-kleinere unternehmen In the future, smaller companies will receive tools, knowledge and an infrastructure to support them via a platform in order to be able to use energy more efficiently. Research on this has now begun under the direction of… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2021

    Plant physiology: How three proteins regulate photosynthesis
    Reference Link: https://www.lmu.de/de/newsroom/news-und-events/news/pflanzenphysiologie-wie-drei-proteine-die-photosynthese-regeln.html LMU biologists found that a partial step in photosynthesis only works properly if a “controller” and a “motivator” control the activity of the central protein. Plants, algae and cyanobacteria extract energy-rich biomolecules from sunlight, carbon dioxide and water. This… View More →

  • Thu Jul 2021

    Innovative ink developed at the University of Coimbra allows the printing of flexible multilayer circuits
    Reference Link: https://noticias.uc.pt/universo-uc/tinta-inovadora-desenvolvida-na-universidade-de-coimbra-permite-a-impressao-de-circuitos-flexiveis-multicamadas/ The technology can be widely used in healthcare monitoring, to produce artificial skin, flexible solar panels, LCDs, or wearables. The paint composition patent belongs to the University of Coimbra and Carnegie Mellon University. A recent article from the… View More →

  • Tue Jul 2021

    Germany Removes India and Other Countries from Red Zone List, Eases Travel Ban on Indian and British Travellers
    Germany has reclassified few countries, including India as “high-incidence areas", removing them from the red zone list of countries with high case load of Delta variant of coronavirus. The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) said India, Nepal, Russia, Portugal and the UK,… View More →

  • Wed Jul 2021

    Fact Check: Are 9 EU Countries Accepting Covishield Vaccines for Travel In Spite of EU’s Decision Not To
    It has recently been reported that as many as nine European Union and Schengen Area Member States are accepting the AstraZeneca vaccine manufactured by the Serum Institute India (SII) known as Covishield, as proof of immunity for travel. The news… View More →

  • Wed Jul 2021

    Ghent University leaves its mark on energy transition with five new projects
    Reference Link: https://www.ugent.be/nl/actueel/ugent-drukt-stempel-op-energietransitie-met-vijf-nieuwe-projecten UGent is project leader or partner in five projects of the latest Energy Transition Fund, raising 3.7 million euros The purpose of the Energy Transition Fund is to encourage and support energy research, development and innovation within the… View More →

  • Thu Jul 2021

    Ural Federal University: Slovenia Will Support The Development Of The Ural Research Center
    Reference Link: https://indiaeducationdiary.in/ural-federal-university-slovenia-will-support-the-development-of-the-ural-research-center/ Ural Federal University and Iskratel will sign an agreement at Innoprom on cooperation in the areas of the Ural Research Center. On July 2, Victor Koksharov, rector of Ural Federal University, and Branko Rakovets, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary… View More →

  • Mon Jul 2021

    Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu supports access to online teaching activities
    Reference Link:https://www.ulbsibiu.ro/news/universitatea-lucian-blaga-din-sibiu-sprijina-accesul-la-activitati-didactice-on-line/ The Operational Competitiveness Program ensures the development of information and communication technology (ICT) for a competitive digital economy "Lucian Blaga" University of Sibiu has won a new investment project within the Competitiveness Operational Program 2014-2020. The amounts from this… View More →

  • Tue Jul 2021

    HANNO TOMBERG: UNIVERSITIES OFFER A NEW KIND OF EDUCATION IN THE AUTUMN
    Reference Link: https://taltech.ee/uudised/hanno-tomberg-ulikoolid-pakuvad-sugisel-uutmoodi-opet Until now, traditional higher education has been based on defined curricula in bachelor's and master's studies and a prescribed curriculum. They have been taught in this way for at least the last hundred years, if not longer. However, the modern… View More →

  • Tue Jul 2021

    SUA in Nitra was included in the QS World University Ranking. It is one of the most prestigious rankings of world universities.
      For the first time, the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra was included in one of the most prestigious rankings of world universities: QS World University Ranking. In the edition for 2022, it was placed in the shared 1001st… View More →

  • Thu Jul 2021

    FFUL research with Tel Aviv University selected for “Nanotechnology Characterization Laboratory” program
      The study, coordinated by  Helena Florindo  (FFUL) and  Ronit Satchi-Fainaro  (UTA), focuses on an immunotherapy consisting of nanoparticles that aims to activate immune cells with the aim of improving therapeutic effectiveness and enhancing the elimination of cancer. The  integration of the work into the… View More →

  • Tue Jul 2021

    Poland: National Reading Development Programme 2.0
    Over one billion PLN will be allocated to the National Reading Development Programme (NPRCz) 2.0 for 2021-2025, to support the various forms of promoting reading habits in Poland.  NPRCz 2.0 is an extension of the previous Programme, implemented during 2016-2020… View More →

  • Wed Jul 2021

    Recommended Annual Instruction Time in Full-time Compulsory Education in Europe 2020/21
      Effective learning depends on many factors, but undoubtedly, the instruction time available to students plays a key role in their learning process. Along with the quality of instruction and the time available for learning after school, the increase in… View More →

  • Fri Aug 2021

    IV STUDENT CONFERENCE OF THE FACULTY OF ECONOMICS OF THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
    Reference Link:  University College "LOGOS" in partnership with the Department of Finance - Accounting, Faculty of Economics and Agribusiness of the Agricultural University of Tirana organizes on July 27, 2021 the Student Conference on "Studying economics to address its challenges". The purpose… View More →

  • Sat Aug 2021

    THE WORK PROGRAM OF THE EUROPEAN RESEARCH COUNCIL FOR 2022 IS WELL KNOWN
    Reference Link: https://www.uni-lj.si/aktualno/novice/2021071911294777/ As part of its work program for 2022, the European Research Council (ERC) plans to award € 2.4 billion in grants to around 1,100 European researchers.  Funds will be awarded in a series of calls, and applications will be… View More →

  • Thu Aug 2021

    Enrollment in the EU-CONEXUS Minor Programs continues!
      During the UTCB Minor Open Day event , organized on May 6, we started a new stage of enrollment in the courses of the EU-CONEXUS Minor programs: Blue Economy and Growth and Coastal Development and Sustainable Maritime Tourism ! EU-CONEXUS Minor Programs open up opportunities… View More →

  • Fri Aug 2021

    THE SUCCESS OF OUR STUDENTS IN PROMOTING HUNGARIAN SCIENTIFIC RESULTS
      CEU and Qubit's first joint essay competition for university and college students has been closed, in which writings reflecting on or reflecting on what has been said at CEU's Infinite Knowledge events were awaited. The main prize was won by… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2021

    Summer opening hours at the university
    Current processing times, telephone and reception times for study guidance and contact information for our activities during the summer. University-wide activities For the university-wide student service functions' opening hours during the summer - see the respective website:          General study guidance… View More →

  • Thu Aug 2021

    FROM THE NEW ACADEMIC YEAR, UBB WILL USE A NEW HIGHTECH EDUCATIONAL PARADIGM!
    Reference Link: https://news.ubbcluj.ro/event/din-noul-an-universitar-ubb-va-utiliza-o-noua-paradigma-educationala-de-tip-hightech/ Babe?-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca (UBB) will use, from the academic year 2021-2022, a HighTech technology in the academic education process, through a paradigm shift towards a new university pedagogy, which will be presented on Wednesday, July 14, 2021, at… View More →

  • Tue Aug 2021

    The second enrollment deadline for enrollment in basic academic, integrated academic and basic vocational studies has been announced
    Reference Link: http://www.bg.ac.rs/sr/vest.php?id=1604 After the session of the University Enrollment Commission, the second enrollment deadline for enrollment in basic academic, basic vocational and integrated academic studies has been announced, for the school year 2021/2022. year. There are 1286 places left on the… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2021

    Project Effective teaching for student engagement and success in digital learning environment (StudES)
    Reference Link: http://www.bg.ac.rs/sr/vest.php?id=1603   The project entitled Effective teaching for student engagement and success in digital learning environment (StudES) has been approved for co-financing by the ERASMUS + K2 program (KA226 Partnerships for Digital Education Readiness), within the call 2020, first… View More →

  • Tue Aug 2021

    Personality of International Cooperation is from TUKE
    Reference Link: https://www.tuke.sk/wps/portal/tuke/university/news/osobnost-medzinarodnej-spoluprace-je-z-tuke On Tuesday, 29 June 2021, five Slovak scientists received the prestigious award Scientist of the Year of the SR 2020 in the Moyzesová sie? /Moyzes Hall/ of the Faculty of Arts of the Comenius University in Bratislava. They… View More →

  • Wed Sep 2021

    New discoveries about the role of mitofusin 2 in the energy metabolism of the cell
    Reference Link: https://www.ub.edu/web/ub/ca/menu_eines/noticies/2021/07/048.html Mitofusin 2 is a key protein in regulating the physiology of mitochondria — the energy-producing cell organelles — that is involved in various neurodegenerative and cardiovascular diseases and cancer. Now, an article published in the journal EMBO Reports reveals that the… View More →

  • Fri Sep 2021

    Aquarium System Development And Optimization: Another Step Towards Sustainable Food Production (FoodOASIS)
    Reference Link: https://www.uth.gr/news/anaptyxi-kai-beltistopoiisi-systimatos-enydreioponias-ena-akomi-bima-gia-tin-aeiforiki-paragogi In the framework of the Research Program entitled: “Development and optimization of an aquarium system: another step for sustainable food production (FoodOASIS) we present to you the Prospectus of the program for the month of August. In addition, on… View More →

  • Sat Sep 2021

    A PIONEERING MASTER'S PROGRAM WAS LAUNCHED WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF ELTE
    Reference Link: https://www.elte.hu/content/uttoro-mesterkepzes-indult-elte-s-reszvetellel.t.24100 “Global Challenges to Sustainability” is the first internationally accredited full master's degree of the European Universities Initiative. On 2 September 2021, the CHARM-EU Association held the official opening ceremony of the Master's Degree Program in “Global Challenges of… View More →

  • Wed Sep 2021

    THE UNIVERSITY INVITES YOU TO THINK: HOW TO PROMOTE A CULTURE OF DONATION?
    The Technical University invites all its employees, students and alumni to think about how to create donation habits in the university family. The best proposals will receive up to 10,000 euros to implement the idea. Reference Link:  https://taltech.ee/uudised/ulikool-kutsub-kaasa-motlema-kuidas-edendada-annetamiskultuuri-0 At the… View More →

  • Tue Sep 2021

    TUZVO begins full-time teaching on September 20, 2021 in all study programs and forms of study
    Reference Link: https://www.tuzvo.sk/sk/tuzvo-zacina-prezencnu-vyucbu-20-septembra-2021-vo-vsetkych-studijnych-programoch-formach-studia The Operational Working Group of the TUZVO Crisis Staff (OPP KŠ TUZVO) decided at its meeting on 31 August 2021 to start teaching in the academic year 2021/2022 in full-time form, in all study programs and forms of… View More →

  • Mon Sep 2021

    The new university-wide course will help with starting a business
      Favorite workshops come to do business! Focused on business know-how, teamwork and the preparation of own projects, this year has been transformed into a university-wide subject Development and implementation of a business idea. In the course, students will gain knowledge and skills,… View More →

  • Thu Sep 2021

    MATHEMATICAL HELPING HAND FOR FUTURE AAU STUDENTS
      This year, more students than ever will be offered to participate in Aalborg University's (AAU) brush-up course in mathematics prior to the start of studies in September. The offer must strengthen the students' academic and social preconditions in order… View More →

  • Tue Sep 2021

    DIGITAL GENIUSES ARE LOOKING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS THROUGH SMART CAMPAIGNS
      8-10 Until October, teams of 2 to 5 will take part in a smart task to tackle a special task - to create digital data-based solutions that will save the environment and lead to a sustainable future for the… View More →

  • Wed Sep 2021

    Students interested in the EU "Erasmus +" program take an English exam
      On September 22-23, ASUE Department of International Relations organized an English exam at the university for those students who are interested in "Erasmus +" program , but do not have a document certifying English proficiency (IELTS, TOEFL or Cambridge Assessment English). According to the International Relations Department, the exam participants will receive the exam results in their personal email within 1-2 days, and the… View More →

  • Wed Oct 2021

    Last Campus Mundi application opportunity for the spring semester
    The scholarship program is coming to an end, so apply now, spend your spring semester at a foreign university or company, and gain lifelong knowledge and experience! International experience and confident language skills - here’s your last chance to explore… View More →

  • Thu Oct 2021

    BeviMI: the app for responsible consumption at the University is coming
    The BeviMI Project "takes off" on 13 October , the initiative that brings together the State University of Milan, the University of Milan-Bicocca, the Milan Polytechnic and the Italian Committee on the World Water Contract (CICMA) to promote the use of mains water, the reduction… View More →

  • Thu Oct 2021

    New educational centre for Craigmillar
    Two new learning centers have officially opened in Edinburgh and Glasgow this week and are set to empower thousands of young people to achieve their academic and career ambitions. The centers in Craigmillar and Govan are a ground-breaking collaboration between… View More →

  • Fri Oct 2021

    A new international Master’s Programme in Pharmacy at the University of Helsinki
    The English-language Master's Programme focuses on the study, development and safety of drugs and pharmacotherapy, with a close link to the sustainable development of pharmacy and green pharmacy. In 2022, the University of Helsinki’s Faculty of Pharmacy is taking an… View More →

  • Fri Oct 2021

    A new international Master’s Programme in Pharmacy at the University of Helsinki.
    The English-language Master's Programme focuses on the study, development and safety of drugs and pharmacotherapy, with a close link to the sustainable development of pharmacy and green pharmacy. In 2022, the University of Helsinki’s Faculty of Pharmacy is taking an… View More →

  • Tue Oct 2021

    New TUM School of Social Sciences and Technology starts
    With the conversion from faculties to schools, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has initiated a historic structural reform. The next step on Thursday was the TUM School of Social Sciences and Technology. The transformation of the Technical University of Munich… View More →

  • Wed Oct 2021

    DRESDEN RESEARCHERS: INSIDE DEVELOP WIND POWER CONVERTERS FOR THE ENERGY NETWORK OF THE FUTURE
    Scientists from the professorship for power electronics at TU Dresden and the industrial companies SEMIKRON and FREQCON are pooling their expertise to develop the next generation of wind converters. In the “NextWIND” research project, energy storage systems are being integrated into wind… View More →

  • Tue Oct 2021

    Virtual institutes for research and doctoral training highlighted in the EC2U forum
    The virtual institutes to be built within the joint EC2U alliance of Turku and six other European universities will be presented on October 27-28. at the EC2U Forum. Research and innovation cooperation is also highlighted through the Joint Research &… View More →

  • Wed Oct 2021

    The new publication portal brings out the expertise of TAMK's experts from one address
    TAMK's publication series, the online magazine TAMKjournal and TAMK's blogs are easily accessible under a common portal. The publications can be found at: https://sites.tuni.fi/tamk-julkaisut/tamk-journal/ the portal is maintained by TAMKjournal's editorial board. TAMKjournal - an online journal and learning environment The TAMKjournal… View More →

  • Fri Nov 2021

    Computer science: the State University algorithms in the new version of Java
    The pseudorandom number generators developed by Sebastiano Vigna, professor of the IT department, are available in the new version of Java. An important contribution of the State University of Milan, with its Laboratory of Algorithmics for the Web ( LAW ) of the "Giovanni Degli… View More →

  • Sat Nov 2021

    ENVIRONMENTAL AND RISK COMMUNICATION - E.RI.C COURSE REGISTRATION OPEN
    Registration is now open for the 1st edition of the postgraduate course in Environmental and risk communication - E.Ri.C promoted by the University of Genoa, Department of Education - DISFOR, in partnership with TICASS - Innovative Technologies for Environmental Control… View More →

  • Tue Nov 2021

    STU presented the potential of MTF workplaces in Trnava for international cooperation
      The scientific research and innovation potential of top modern research institutes of the Faculty of Materials Technology, STU in Trnava was presented by the management of the university and the faculty by ambassadors accredited in Slovakia. This happened as part… View More →

  • Mon Nov 2021

    An exploratory study has started on the effects that the lockdown has had on the quality of life
    Reference Link:https://www.unipi.it/index.php/news/item/22479-partito-uno-studio-esplorativo-sugli-effetti-che-il-lockdown-ha-avuto-sulla-qualita-della-vita  The online questionnaire is also promoted by a group of researchers from the University of Pisa and the Pisa CNR The questionnaire has been active for a few days and will allow you to evaluate the quality of… View More →

  • Wed Dec 2021

    Massive open online course Ethics of AI translated in Finnish and Swedish
    Reference Link:https://www.helsinki.fi/en/news/artificial-intelligence/massive-open-online-course-ethics-ai-translated-finnish-and-swedish  The open and free online course Ethics of AI is designed to help us understand what it means to use AI ethically, and what it requires from society and individuals. The course uses examples of practical issues from… View More →

  • Fri Dec 2021

    Students can get acquainted with the future form of Udolni 53
    Reference Link:https://www.vut.cz/vut/aktuality-f19528/studenti-se-mohou-seznamit-s-budouci-podobou-udolni-53-d218284?aid_redir=1  The academic community of the BUT Faculty of Architecture invites students to a presentation of  Pavel Nasadil's architectural study on the modernization of the Udolni 53 complex in the center of Brno. Those interested can look at the new look… View More →

  • Wed Dec 2021

    Final session of two EIT Food programs
    On December 1, there will be a double summary of the EIT Food programs: RIS Government Executive Academy (GEA) and RIS Research Infrastructure Network (RIN). They are coordinated by the Faculty of Management of the University of Warsaw and the EIT… View More →

  • Thu Dec 2021

    The university labeled University Pole of Innovation (PUI)
    Reference Link:https://lactu.unistra.fr/n217-edition-du-19-novembre-2021/focus/luniversite-labellisee-pole-universitaire-dinnovation-pui The University of Strasbourg obtained on Tuesday November 16, 2021 the labeling of the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation as a University Pole of Innovation (PUI). This first wave of labeling comes within the framework of… View More →

  • Wed Dec 2021

    New AU research center to strengthen the digital citizen
    Reference Link:https://www.au.dk/forsideelementer/nyheder/artikel/nyt-forskningscenter-skal-styrke-den-digitale-borger A new research center is taking shape at Aarhus University. The interdisciplinary center SHAPE will focus on citizenship and democracy in a digital age. The research in the new interdisciplinary center, called SHAPE, will deal with projects that,… View More →

  • Fri Dec 2021

    Register for the Open University spring courses!
    Reference Link:https://www.aalto.fi/fi/uutiset/ilmoittaudu-avoimen-yliopiston-kevaan-kursseille Check out the spring course offerings and celebrate the New Year with inspiring studies. You still have time to register for the Open University's spring 2022 courses! New courses open for enrollment throughout the winter. The entire spring study offer… View More →

  • Wed Jan 2022

    AMONG THE BEST IS THE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY IN THE QS RANKING
    Reference Link:http://www.bme.hu/hirek/20211217/A_legjobbak_kozott_a_Muegyetem_a_QS_rangsoraban  BME is sixth place in the ranking of emerging European and Central Asian countries compared to last year, making it one of the top 30 universities this year. The list of Emerging Europe and Central Asia (QS University Rankings for… View More →

  • Thu Jan 2022

    NEW ARCHAEOGENETICS STUDY IN NATURE
    Reference Link:https://www.elte.hu/content/uj-archaeogenetikai-tanulmany-a-nature-ben.t.24783  In recent years, the genomes of nearly 800 prehistoric human individuals have been analyzed in a large-scale program with extensive European and American collaboration. Employees of ELKH and ELTE also took part in the research, and the results… View More →

  • Tue Jan 2022

    International iLIVE PROJECT researches palliative care in Europe
    Reference Link:https://www.meduniwien.ac.at/web/ueber-uns/news/2021/news-im-dezember-2021/internationales-ilive-projekt-erforscht-palliativ-versorgung-in-europa/  The iLIVE Project, Live well - die well, an international research project on the best care for people with advanced and incurable diseases, has put a new website online. Those responsible for the project encourage direct citizen participation… View More →

  • Wed Jan 2022

    Girdle muscular dystrophies: Unipd proposes a new model for the study of the disease
    Reference Link:https://www.unipd.it/news/distrofie-muscolari-cingoli-unipd-propone-nuovo-modello-studio-malattia  A small molecule identified for the treatment of cystic fibrosis could also be useful for sarcoglycanopathies, rare genetic diseases belonging to the group of limb girdle muscular dystrophies for which no specific therapy is currently available.  This is suggested by… View More →

  • Mon Jan 2022

    Erasmus + is the European Union program in the fields of Education, Training, Youth and Sport for the period 2021-2027
    Reference Link:https://www.us.es/actualidad-de-la-us/quieres-un-proyecto-europeo-el-programa-erasmus-es-una-oportunidad-unica-para  Participation in this program is an opportunity to support and facilitate transnational and international cooperation between organizations in the fields of education, youth and sport, facilitating the circulation of ideas, transmission of good practices and specialized knowledge. If you… View More →

  • Tue Jan 2022

    Internship program for students and young professionals
    Reference Link:https://www.um.si/univerza/medijsko-sredisce/novice/Strani/novice.aspx?p=3686  Internship program for students and young professionals at the Special Court for Kosovo and the Special Prosecutor's Office. The European External Action Service (EEAS) is announcing an internship program for students and young professionals with a university degree… View More →

  • Thu Jan 2022

    Recruitment campaign for doctoral programs
    Reference Link:https://www.sorbonne-universite.fr/actualites/campagne-de-recrutement-pour-les-programmes-doctoraux  The campaign for interdisciplinary doctoral programs and Institutes and initiatives is renewed for this year 2022. Holders of doctoral projects can start submitting their subject via the online form. Some programs have already published topics, candidates can already apply. At… View More →

  • Fri Jan 2022

    LAUNCH OF THE CALL FOR PROJECTS "SCIENCE WITH AND FOR SOCIETY - SAPS 2022"
    Reference Link:https://www.universite-paris-saclay.fr/actualites/lancement-de-lappel-projets-science-avec-et-pour-la-societe-saps-2022  Paris-Saclay University is one of the 8 establishments to have obtained the "SAPS - science with and for society" label awarded by the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation. Accompanied by a financial endowment, this label aims to support projects… View More →

  • Wed Feb 2022

    New technology for clinical computed tomography
    Reference Link:https://www.tum.de/die-tum/aktuelles/pressemitteilungen/details/37179  A research team from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has for the first time integrated a new X-ray method, dark-field X-ray, into a computer tomography designed for patient use. Darkfield X-ray provides additional information to conventional X-rays. With the… View More →

  • Wed Feb 2022

    Registration procedures for international students
    Reference Link: https://www.news.uliege.be/cms/c_13348202/en/registration-procedures-for-international-students Registration procedures for international students Admissions 2022-2023 open on the online form from Monday, 7 February 2022. Important notes for students from countries outside the European Union: The online form must be completed and the PDF documents must… View More →

  • Tue Feb 2022

    Call for Applications! MASTER LEVEL DOUBLE DEGREE “MA IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS”
    Reference Link:https://www.epoka.edu.al/news-call-for-applications-master-level-double-degree-ma-in-international-business-5848.html  EPOKA University and the University of Applied Sciences (HMBS) in Mainz, Germany offer the opportunity to apply for a MASTER LEVEL DOUBLE DEGREE “MA IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS” in which EPOKA`s students of the first year of the programmes: - Master of Science in Banking… View More →

  • Tue Feb 2022

    Erasmus + Scholarship for teaching / training at Aurel Vlaicu University în România
    Reference Link:https://univlora.edu.al/2022/01/28/bursa-erasmus-per-mesimdhenie-trajnim-ne-universitetin-aurel-vlaicu-aurel-vlaicu-university-ne-rumani/  Call for teaching mobility / training under the Erasmus + Program for the KA International Credit Mobility component at Aurel Vlaicu University în Romania. “Ismail Qemali University, Vlora în cooperation with Aurel Vlaicu University în Romania, within the “Erasmus +”… View More →

  • Tue Feb 2022

    New research will help develop future generations of maritime spatial plans
    Reference Link: https://www.lu.lv/par-mums/lu-mediji/zinas/zina/t/69599/ Leila Neimane, a researcher at the University of Latvia, is developing a study aimed at analyzing the current state of maritime spatial planning in the Baltic Sea region, including a comparison in the wider context of the European… View More →

  • Fri Feb 2022

    RTU IS RECOGNIZED AS THE 50TH GREENEST UNIVERSITY IN THE WORLD BY GREENMETRIC
    Reference Link:https://www.rtu.lv/en/university/for-mass-media/news/open/rtu-is-recognized-as-the-50th-greenest-university-in-the-world-by-greenmetric  Riga Technical University (RTU) has increased its position in the GreenMetric World University Rankings and has become the 50th greenest university in the world. RTU is still the only Latvian higher education institution that is rated so high,… View More →

  • Mon Feb 2022

    The European funding program COST rewards Unipd
    https://www.unipd.it/news/programma-finanziamento-europeo-cost-premia-unipd NGP-NET Non-globular proteins in molecular physiopathology  is a Biomedicine project coordinated by Silvio Tosatto, professor of the  Department of Biomedical Sciences of the University of Padua , which involved 140 researchers from 33 countries around the world. It is a COST Action that took place… View More →

  • Wed Feb 2022

    Registration open for the second edition of the master's degree in Global Challenges for Sustainability of the CHARM-EU
    https://www.ub.edu/web/ub/ca/menu_eines/noticies/2022/02/031.html The second edition of the innovative master's degree in Global Challenges for Sustainability will begin in September 2022. Interested students can register until March 8. This program is accredited and jointly granted by the five member universities of CHARM-EU: the… View More →

  • Tue Feb 2019

    Study Exchange and Internship Opportunities for Students
    Reference Link: https://www.vdu.lt/en/study-exchange-and-internship-opportunities-for-students/   International Cooperation Department invites all students of the VMU take advantage of an opportunity and apply for student exchange and internship abroad. We offer even four different options for international mobilities: Erasmus+ studies (EU / EEA countries).… View More →

  • Tue Mar 2022

    The State Study Fund invites students to apply for state-supported loans for the spring semester of 2022
    Reference link:https://lsmuni.lt/lt/naujienos/naujienos/valstybinis-studiju-fondas-kviecia-studentus-teikti-prasymus.html We would like to inform you that the State Studies Fund, in accordance with the Description of the Procedure for Granting, Administration and Repayment of State-Supported Student Loans approved by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania in… View More →

  • Tue Mar 2022

    Scientists create new lead-free piezoelectric materials
    Reference Link:https://actu.epfl.ch/news/scientists-create-new-lead-free-piezoelectric-mate/   EPFL researchers have discovered that gadolinium-doped cerium oxide, a compound they created in the lab, could be a promising alternative to certain piezoelectric materials: it has the same properties yet may be 100 times more effective. It’s… View More →

  • Wed Mar 2022

    University of Warwick researchers receive over £2 million funding in boost to UK particle physics community
    Reference Link:https://warwick.ac.uk/newsandevents/pressreleases/university_of_warwick_researchers_receive_over_2_million_funding_in_boost_to_uk_particle_physics_community1Forms part of new £60 million investment by Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) to keep UK at the forefront of global particle physics researchScientists investigating the Universe’s most fundamental building blocks at the University of Warwick have received… View More →

  • Tue Mar 2022

    The UB and Planeta Formación y Universidades create a chair on higher education studies
    Reference Link: https://www.ub.edu/web/ub/ca/menu_eines/noticies/2022/03/022.html   The University of Barcelona and Planeta Formación y Universidades have today presented the UB Planeta Chair in Higher Education Studies, attached to the faculties of Economics and Business and Education. The Chair was proposed by four professors from… View More →

  • Thu Mar 2022

    Bristol awarded over £2 million for global particle physics research
    Reference Link: https://www.bristol.ac.uk/news/2022/march/stfc-funds-for-bristol-physics.html   The University has received £2.38 million to support the work of the Bristol Particle Physics Group over the next three years.The grant will fund various research projects at CERN and other international laboratories, including searching for dark… View More →

  • Fri Mar 2022

    UofG LENDS SUPPORT TO SP ENERGY NETWORKS NET ZERO PROJECTS
    Reference Link: https://www.gla.ac.uk/news/headline_837214_en.html   Researchers from the University of Glasgow are lending their support to three new projects led by SP Energy Networks to help tackle some of the UK’s biggest and most complex network challenges. The projects, which focus on novel… View More →

  • Sat Mar 2022

    Game-changing R&D facility to help level-up the North West
    Reference Link:https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/news/game-changing-rd-facility-help-level-north-west   A major new state-of-the-art research and development facility that is set to be a game changer for the economy in the North West of England, has officially opened today (10 March 2022). The University of Sheffield has… View More →

  • Mon Mar 2022

    Pedaling to a scholarship for Ukraine
    https://www.tau.ac.il/news/cycle_student_scholarships_fundraiser Take part in a global bicycle race to raise emergency scholarships for Ukrainian male and female students Want to help displaced Ukrainian students continue their studies at Tel Aviv University? Do you have a bicycle? It's time to join hundreds of Tel… View More →

  • Tue Mar 2022

    New research funding for sustainable forest transitions announced
    Reference Link:https://www.manchester.ac.uk/discover/news/new-research-funding-for-sustainable-forest-transitions-announced/   Reversing forest loss is essential for climate change mitigation and biodiversity conservation. We are pleased to announce that Dr Johan Oldekop has been awarded a grant of €2 million to investigate sustainable forest transitions from the European Research Council.SDG… View More →

  • Wed Mar 2022

    India set to overtake China as UK’s main overseas student source
    UK universities have been warned not to create a new “over-reliance” on one source country for international students after new data suggested India was set to overtake China as the biggest source of new entrants. Latest figures from the Home… View More →

  • Fri Mar 2022

    New grants and requirements/conditions per 1 September 2022
    Reference Link:https://www.rug.nl/alumni/support-research-and-education/groninger-university-fund/actueel/new-grants-and-requirements-conditions-per-1-september-2022   Per 1 September 2022 the GUF grants and requirements/conditions will change. This applies to grants for organizing conferences/symposia as well as travel grants for Bachelor and Master students. These new grants and requirements/conditions come into effect for… View More →

  • Mon Mar 2022

    New master's program on sustainable development and global health
    Reference Link:https://www.uu.se/nyheter/artikel/?id=18436&typ=artikel   The autumn of 2022 marks the start of a new master's program in implementation, transformative learning and sustainability. The program focuses on learning processes and implementation of activities and projects in sustainability and global health.   Neil Powell,… View More →

  • Tue Mar 2022

    Queen Mary academic wins major funding for European ‘rising stars’
    A Queen Mary academic has risen to the top of thousands of proposals to win a prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant worth €2m as part of the EU’s new R&I programme Horizon Europe. ERC Consolidator Grants fund talented mid-career… View More →

  • Tue Mar 2022

    A school for future Data Analysts and Digital Transformation Specialists
    Reference Link:https://www.uniroma1.it/it/notizia/una-scuola-i-futuri-data-analyst-e-digital-transformation-specialist   La Sapienza participates in the activation project of the Maria Gaetana Agnesi Institute, the new school of excellence with high post-diploma technological specialization to train Data Analysts and Digital Transformation Specialists La Sapienza participates in the project… View More →

  • Wed Mar 2022

    Towards Equity and Inclusion in Higher Education in Europe
    This Eurydice report focuses on the topic of equity and inclusion in higher education in Europe. It analyses the current level of alignment of European higher education systems with the ten Principles & Guidelines agreed by all EHEA countries as a blueprint… View More →

  • Thu Mar 2022

    Madrid university offers young Afghan refugees prospect of a future in Spain
    Nasratullah Jabarkhil fled Afghanistan to start a new life in Spain as a student at a university where he can choose what he wants to study. "Either Law or Computer Engineering. I like Law because it would allow me to… View More →

  • Fri Apr 2022

    University in Romania to allow students to pay tuition fees in cryptocurrency for first time
    More than 11,000 students in Romania will be able to use cryptocurrency to pay their university tuition fees for the first time from July. The Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu (ULBS) will become the first higher education institution in the… View More →

  • Sat Apr 2022

    EUA welcomes new collective member from Georgia
    The EUA Council recently approved the application for full collective membership by the Standing Conference of Rectors of Georgian Public Higher Education Institutions, taking the number of national rectors’ conferences represented within EUA to 34. The Standing Conference of Rectors… View More →

  • Sat Apr 2022

    £1.25 million Project to build a diverse energy research community
    Reference Link:https://www.bristol.ac.uk/news/2022/march/diverse-energy-community.html A £1.25 million project is tackling the lack of diversity in energy research by harnessing the talents of researchers from all backgrounds. The University of Strathclyde leads the IGNITE Network+ with partners Imperial College London, the University of… View More →

  • Tue Apr 2022

    New online Masters course in Mediation and Dispute Resolution
    Reference Link:>https://www.ncl.ac.uk/press/articles/latest/2022/03/onlinemastersmediation/   Newcastle Law School has launched a new online Master in Laws (LL.M.) degree programme in Mediation and International Commercial Dispute Resolution. Working with online education provider Mediator Academy to deliver the programme, the new skills-based course has… View More →

  • Mon Apr 2022

    UK ELT stats reveal pandemic’s impact
    The latest full-year data release from English UK provides a high-level picture of how sharply the sector has been affected over the last two years by the COVID-19 pandemic. Total student weeks declined by more than a quarter year-over-year (-27%), from 261,843… View More →

  • Tue Apr 2022

    UK: Latest UCAS release shows continued growth from non-EU markets
    The latest UK data indicates that the broad patterns for British undergraduate admissions are holding steady into 2022. >A 17 February data release from UCAS reports on the admissions volumes for the key “Early Consideration Deadline” (ECD), which fell on 26 January… View More →

  • Wed Apr 2022

    Foreign enrolment in UK higher ed surpasses 600,000-student target
    The UK released a new international education strategy in March 2019. The strategy set out some concrete targets for growth through 2030, including a goal to reach a foreign enrolment of 600,000 students by that year – an overall increase… View More →

  • Thu Apr 2022

    UK: Transnational education numbers continue to grow
    The latest data from Universities UK International (UUKi) shows continued growth in the number of foreign students enrolled in transnational education programmes (TNE) offered by British institutions.>The scale of UK higher education transnational education 2019–20 reports that there were more than… View More →

  • Fri Apr 2022

    Leeds University Rocketry Association takes launch
    Theo Youds has always dreamt of going to space. Since forming the first ever rocketry association at Leeds and leading two successful rocket flights, he's set his sights on the Spaceport America Cup. “Ever since I was a child, I’ve… View More →

  • Sat Apr 2022

    £1.25m initiative to build a diverse energy research community
    A £1.25m project is tackling the lack of diversity in energy research by harnessing the talents of researchers from all backgrounds. The University of Nottingham is part of the IGNITE Network+ which is led by Strathclyde alongside partners Imperial College… View More →

  • Mon Apr 2022

    Breakthrough success in provision of automated psychological therapy using virtual reality
    In a landmark development, psychological therapy has been automated in virtual reality (VR). With the user guided by a virtual coach, there is no need for a real-life therapist, meaning the treatment can reach many more patients. In the largest… View More →

  • Mon Apr 2022

    UCL partners with OECD to tackle global challenges through infrastructure delivery
    Dr Juliano Denicol (UCL Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction) is leading on a partnership with the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) to boost global social and economic development through infrastructure investment and delivery. As countries around the world… View More →

  • Tue Apr 2022

    Stoneygate Trust and University of Leicester combine to create pioneering new Centre for Empathic Healthcare
    The Stoneygate Trust and University of Leicester have combined to create a pioneering new Stoneygate Centre for Excellence in Empathic Healthcare. This unique £10m Centre, co-funded by the University and The Stoneygate Trust, will ensure that medical students and healthcare… View More →

  • Wed Apr 2022

    Cleaner fuels from CO2 is the promise from the University of Surrey
    Using the planet's air to create new chemicals for fuel, and other essential chemical products is the bold ambition of a new research project from the University of Surrey.  The project aims to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) directly from the… View More →

  • Thu Apr 2022

    Event to take place showcasing fully-funded business support on offer at Lancaster University
    An event taking place at Lancaster University’s flagship Health Innovation Campus will showcase the 12 business support programmes offered across the institution. The European Regional Development Fund-supported programmes offer organisations skills and innovation support across various themes, including health, cyber… View More →

  • Fri Apr 2022

    The University of Gothenburg puts in extra courses in Ukrainian
    The University of Gothenburg is Sweden's leading university for education in the Ukrainian language. Now they are expanding the range and putting in extra courses for the autumn. - We do everything we can to meet the great need for language skills… View More →

  • Mon Apr 2022

    DUKE LAW AWARDED $10 MILLION CHALLENGE GRANT FROM THE DUKE ENDOWMENT
    The Law School will leverage the award to increase financial aid for students through scholarships, public interest fellowships and loan repayment assistance. The Duke Endowment has given a $10 million award to Duke University to create new financial aid opportunities… View More →

  • Tue Apr 2022

    Blockchain offers a solution to post-Brexit border digitisation to build supply chain trust, research shows
    Reference Link:https://www.surrey.ac.uk/news/blockchain-offers-solution-post-brexit-border-digitisation-build-supply-chain-trust-research-shows   As a result of the UK leaving the European Union, logistics firms have faced additional friction at UK borders. Consequently, there have been calls for automated digital borders, but few such systems exist. Surrey researchers have now… View More →

  • Wed Apr 2022

    This is how sunshine electricity is stored to order
    Reference Link:https://www.chalmers.se/sv/institutioner/chem/nyheter/Sidor/Sa-blir-lagrat-solsken-el-pa-bestallning.aspx   A research project at Chalmers is developing an energy system that can capture solar energy, store it for up to eighteen years and release it when and where it is needed. Previously, researchers have shown how energy can… View More →

  • Thu Apr 2022

    New cooperation accelerates Sweden's green transition
    Sweden will become a world leader in battery research and electrification of the transport sector. A new collaboration between Chalmers University of Technology, Lund University and Uppsala University will contribute with more research, more engineers and continuous competence development in battery… View More →

  • Fri Apr 2022

    The Dutch Microbiome Project: using large-scale population research to identify what shapes a healthy gut microbiome
    People often talk about a healthy intestinal flora, but until now it has not been clear what a 'healthy' gut microbiome actually means. Researchers at the University Medical Center Groningen have now been able to properly determine the composition of… View More →

  • Sat Apr 2022

    Edinburgh and Kyiv strengthen links with new pairing
    Reference Link:https://www.ed.ac.uk/news/2022/edinburgh-and-kyiv-strengthen-links-with-new-pairi   The University and Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv in Ukraine are to join forces on a new strategic partnership as part of a twinning initiative. Recognising their complementary strengths and shared values, the two universities have… View More →

  • Mon Apr 2022

    Unique project studies fire smoke in detail
    Everyone knows it smokes when it's burning. But what do you really know about what the smoke contains and how different fire processes affect the smoke? And how do the particles in the smoke affect the rescue personnel who are first on… View More →

  • Tue Apr 2022

    Big data in geochemistry for international research
    Largest database for chemical analyses of rocks and minerals now hosted at Göttingen University   Geochemistry was established as one of the central pillars of the geosciences by Victor Moritz Goldschmidt in Göttingen. It describes the formation and evolution of… View More →

  • Wed Apr 2022

    OBIGA: a Grenoble Alpes Biodiversity Observatory has been launched!
    The preservation of biodiversity does not only concern rare species on the other side of the planet, it concerns all of us and everyone can contribute to discovering it and making it known close to home. This is the meaningful vocation… View More →

  • Fri Apr 2022

    New photovoltaic systems planned Solar energy from the university roof
    Climate protection in front of the office and seminar room - or rather above it: The UDE is planning to produce more green electricity on its roofs in the future. The first new photovoltaic systems are expected to supply energy as… View More →

  • Fri Apr 2022

    High-Risk Research Across Disciplinary Borders
    The NOMIS Fellowship enables multidisciplinary connections in science. Many problems in modern science require researchers to think beyond the borders of their discipline. Together, neuroscience and computer science investigate how the human brain works and information theory paired with physics… View More →

  • Sat Apr 2022

    Start-up Sampling Human received $ 1.5 million in support
    The Czech-American technological start-up Sampling Human, whose co-founder and executive director is Daniel Georgiev from the UWB Faculty of Applied Sciences, supported the i & i Biotech investment fund, which focuses on promising biotechnology companies. Investors were attracted by the "live… View More →

  • Mon May 2022

    Recruitment campaign for future doctoral students
    The campaigns for interdisciplinary doctoral programs and Institutes and initiatives are renewed for this year 2022. Those of doctoral schools are also gradually arriving. Programs Institutes and initiatives   Most doctoral projects offered by the Institutes and Initiatives programs are now online. Candidates… View More →

  • Fri May 2022

    KLAUS TSCHIRA FOUNDATION BOLSTERS FUNDING FOR HEIDELBERG INSTITUTE FOR GEOINFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    Freely accessible route planners that can be quickly used after catastrophes for work by aid organisations or can point people who have difficulty walking to the route with the fewest obstructions: the Heidelberg Institute for Geoinformation Technology (HeiGIT) is working… View More →

  • Sat May 2022

    New Erasmus + climate project at Køge Business School
    The Ministry of Education and Research has given the green light to a new climate project, where students and teachers from HHX will collaborate with partner schools in the Netherlands, Germany and Spain to develop sustainable initiatives for their schools and… View More →

  • Mon May 2022

    New process enables 3D printing of small and complex glass components in just a few minutes
    Because of its outstanding transparency and stability when it comes into contact with heat or chemicals, glass is relevant for many high-tech applications. However, conventional processes for shaping glass are often lengthy, energy-intensive and quickly reach their limits when it comes… View More →

  • Tue May 2022

    New €2.8m project will seek insights into aging from pre-term births
    University of Warwick research to investigate whether many age-related conditions are determined for us before we are born Project received funding from European Research Council of 2,803,123 euros In another ERC-funded project, physicists from Warwick will use NMR to study… View More →

  • Wed May 2022

    Bristol researcher wins British Ecological Society prize for best paper
    Academic Kate P. Maia, from the University of Bristol has been awarded this year’s Elton Prize for their Journal of Animal Ecology paper. In their study, Kate and colleagues used computer simulations to investigate how resistant plant-pollinator and plant-herbivore networks… View More →

  • Thu May 2022

    University takes leading role in creation of new Scottish think tank
    St Andrews is one of three Scottish Universities taking the helm of a dynamic new global affairs institute, launched this week (Wednesday 27 April). The Scottish Council on Global Affairs has been set up by the Universities of St Andrews, Glasgow and… View More →

  • Fri May 2022

    The basics of AI - Sweden top among summer courses
    Interest in artificial intelligence is growing. This shows not least the admission figures for this year's summer courses. There, the course Basics in AI at Linköping University is the summer course in Sweden with the most accepted. This summer, a total of… View More →

  • Fri May 2022

    National Comenius Leadership Fellow grant for Jan Riezebos
    The Netherlands Initiative for Education Research (NRO) and The Dutch Research Council (NWO) have decided to award the national Comenius Leadership Fellow grant 2022 to Jan Riezebos, professor of Educational Innovation at the Faculty of Economics and Business. This grant… View More →

  • Mon May 2022

    Scotland’s Future Series gets underway with podcast recordings
    A new project launched by the Principal at the start of this semester to stimulate discussion and debate around Scotland’s future has taken its first major step by awarding funding to nine unique projects. Thanks to £35,000 of financial assistance… View More →

  • Tue May 2022

    University network strengthened on Europe Day
    An alliance of leading research universities has been strengthened by the addition of two new partners on Europe Day. University College Dublin and Universität Zürich are the latest members of Una Europa, a network of 11 institutions – including the… View More →

  • Wed May 2022

    European Universities Initiative is a ‘game-changer’ – Norway
    The Norwegian government has officially welcomed the push by the European Commission for greater higher education cooperation, describing the European Universities Initiative (EUI) in particular as a ‘game-changer’ in relation to fostering closer collaboration between European higher education institutions, but… View More →

  • Tue May 2022

    Raising Awareness through Training on Green Transition Challenges
    By providing a course on Environmental Transition and Societal Issues, Université Paris Cité aims to raise awareness among the student community of the Anthropocene and planetary limitations, equip them with ideas on growth and degrowth, and help them become active… View More →

  • Wed May 2022

    Imperial partners with laboratory in DR Congo for Rapid Polio detection
    Late detection of poliovirus transmission is one of the greatest risks to polio eradication. Imperial developed a method for rapid detection of polio. Imperial's Vaccine Epidemiology Research Group (VERG) is based at the MRC Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analysis. Funded by… View More →

  • Thu May 2022

    Levelling up UK rare disease research
    The UK needs new approaches to developing treatments for rare diseases, according to a new report led by UCL researchers describing how universities, the pharmaceutical industry and the NHS could improve life sciences collaborations. The report authors are calling for… View More →

  • Fri May 2022

    Reproducing the energy transfer in photosynthesis
    Anna Ros?awska and Guillaume Schull, who are researchers at the Surfaces et interfaces department of the Institut de physique et de chimie des matériaux de Strasbourg (IPCMS) have succeeded in reproducing the energy transfer at work in plant photosynthesis using a model composed of… View More →

  • Sat May 2022

    Calls to enhance NZ HE funding in 2022 budget
    Leading sector voices are calling for systematic funding of universities in New Zealand, prior to the announcement of this year’s national budget. New Zealand’s finance minister, Grant Robertson, is to deliver the 2022 budget on May 19. “We would like… View More →

  • Mon May 2022

    How sport is taking the lead in international recruitment for the UK
    The US sport scholarship system has always been seen as the route to education for aspiring student athletes around the world but the UK has emerged as an alternative destination that balances sporting and academic excellence. Investment in sports has… View More →

  • Tue May 2022

    UK: ISEB and CENTURY partner on assessments
    The Independent Schools Examinations Board in the UK has agreed a long-term strategic partnership with educational technology specialist CENTURY Tech. The companies will collaborate on initiatives aiming to “innovate the assessment sector”, beginning with improvements to the online admissions tests that pupils take… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2022

    The development of the Skolt Sámi grammar received funding from the Academy of Finland
    The Academy of Finland's Research Council for Culture and Society has awarded four-year funding to two research projects at the University of Oulu and one research consortium. In addition to the high scientific quality of the research plan, the committee… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2022

    PhDs receive AUFF's talent awards
    An anthropologist, a doctor, a psychologist, a theoretical chemist and a software engineer. 5 talented PhDs receive the Aarhus University Research Foundation's PhD prizes, which are awarded for the 20th time this year. This will take place in connection with AU's award… View More →

  • Thu Jun 2022

    Queen Mary forms strategic partnership with Universiti Sains Malaysia
    Queen Mary University of London has entered into a Strategic Partnership with public research university, Universiti Sains Malaysia to further drive transnational education, research and impact opportunities. Queen Mary's President and Principal, Professor Colin Bailey, and Professor Dato’ Dr. Faisal… View More →

  • Fri Jun 2022

    NRCI awarded funding to study ocular conditions in Irish nursing home residents
    Researchers will also explore nutrition, particularly carotenoid levels, as determinants for diseases such as Age-related macular degeneration Scientists from Nutrition Research Centre Ireland (NRCI), School of Health Science, at South East Technological University (SETU) Waterford have been awarded funding to… View More →

  • Sat Jun 2022

    Sorbonne University and UNAM Strengthen Their Strategic Partnership
    Last week, Sorbonne University hosted a visit from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in Paris, to further develop our longstanding strategic partnership. An exciting international summer school program from UNAM and Sorbonne University will also be launched next month. Dr… View More →

  • Tue Jun 2022

    Alphanie Midelet, UGA doctoral student wins the national final of the MT180 competition
    After a performance hailed by the jury and the public on the stage of the MC2 Auditorium in Grenoble on March 17 during the academic final, Alphanie Midelet, doctoral student at the University of Grenoble Alpes (UGA), convinced the jury… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2022

    Grants from the Jane and Aatos Erko Foundation to the University of Oulu for research in technology and medical technology
    The Jane and Aatos Erko Foundation awarded a total of EUR 2.6 million in grants to two projects at the University of Oulu. In total, the Foundation awarded grants of almost € 9.3 million to 11 projects. The Jane and Aatos Erko… View More →

  • Thu Jun 2022

    AIFS and CIEE partner on new fund
    A new professional development fund exclusively for international educators has been launched by two big names in the US global education sector. The American Institute for Foreign Study and the Council on International Education Exchange will be donating $100,000 over… View More →

  • Fri Jun 2022

    Oxford scientists win seven Royal Society of Chemistry Prizes
    Five individuals and two teams from the University of Oxford have received prestigious prizes from the Royal Society of Chemistry today. The Research and Innovation Prizes celebrate brilliant individuals across industry and academia. The Horizon Prizes celebrate the most exciting,… View More →

  • Sat Jun 2022

    New study places with large screens in REC-H
    On the third floor, students can use individual study areas with large monitors The Library has approximately 45 new study places on the third floor of the REC-H building, half of which have a large screen. Students can connect their laptop… View More →

  • Tue Jun 2022

    NUI Galway celebrates seven Fulbright awardees
    NUI Galway is celebrating the success of seven academics, researchers and graduates named among the 40 Fulbright Irish Awardees for 2022-2023. The Fulbright Programme in Ireland was established in 1957 and annually awards grants for Irish citizens to study, research,… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2022

    UCD Ad Astra star Lara Gillespie receives Paris Olympic Scholarship award ahead of 2024 Summer Games
    UCD Ad Astra star Lara Gillespie has received a Paris Olympic Scholarship award to aid her preparations for the 2024 Summer Games.  The cyclist was one of 15 athletes granted financial support by the Olympic Federation of Ireland (OFI), who has awarded… View More →

  • Thu Jun 2022

    Collaboration in Turku higher education – Health Campus is strengthening Turku’s position as a top city for health care research and development
    Turku is known for its higher education institutions, Turku University Hospital, and as a hub for pharmaceutical companies. For a long time, the city has been a collaboration platform for several contributors in research and education and birthplace of new… View More →

  • Fri Jun 2022

    University of Tartu presents research-intensive business ideas at Demo Day
    A testing platform for self-driving cars, using microbes to eliminate nitrogen pollution, a wood putty that facilitates plywood production, and a spray bottle that turns tap water into a disinfectant – these are just a few examples of the solutions… View More →

  • Sat Jun 2022

    DTU Wind and Energy Systems create value for society
    With the merger of DTU Wind Energy and the Center for Electricity and Energy, Denmark has an institute that matches the development in the green transition. On 1 March this year, DTU Wind Energy and DTU's Center for Electricity and… View More →

  • Mon Jun 2022

    Yellow peas show promising results as tomorrow’s cheese
    PEA PROTEIN  Humans have used milk to make cheese for millennia. However, climate change and sustainability concerns are prompting us to look towards the plant kingdom for the cheeses of the future. New research from the University of Copenhagen points… View More →

  • Tue Jun 2022

    Five Oxford researchers awarded Future Leaders Fellowships
    UKRI has announced its latest round of Future Leaders Fellowships, including five Oxford recipients. Five Oxford researchers are among 84 of the most promising research leaders across the UK to benefit from £98 million of UKRI funding to tackle major… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2022

    UCL awarded £6.5m funding to translate research into global impact
    UCL has received the second highest amount of funding given to organisations across the country in the latest round of a government scheme supporting the translation of research. The university has secured £6.5m of a total £118m distributed by UK Research… View More →

  • Thu Jun 2022

    UK launches international charter for ‘world class student experience’
    UKCISA launched the UK’s first ever international student charter as part of the opening day of their annual conference in Newcastle on June 15. Ensuring a wider understanding that the UK is an international student’s “home from home” is a central tenet… View More →

  • Fri Jun 2022

    Chevening alumni can ‘request resettlement’
    Chevening alumni remaining in Afghanistan will be able to request resettlement in the UK later this month, the British government announced on June 13.  A pathway has been created with up to 1500 places available in the first year for… View More →

  • Sat Jun 2022

    Maynooth University helps to future proof Dublin’s skies
    Maynooth University is collaborating on research into the future of drone flights as part of an initiative to accelerate the potential of drones across local governments in Ireland. Civil defence, emergency response, public safety, and environmental monitoring applications are already… View More →

  • Mon Jun 2022

    Marmara University Göztepe Girls' Dormitory Opened
    Marmara University has a new dormitory for girls. In line with the cooperation between Marmara University and GYODER, the building that was previously used by the School of Banking and Insurance on Göztepe Campus was converted into a girls' dormitory and… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2022

    Spain to ease visa processes for international students and graduates
    Short on time? Here are the highlights: The Spanish government wants to remedy some of the logistical challenges international students face in pursuing degree studies in Spain Pending new legislation, the government intends to grant residence permits to foreign students… View More →

  • Tue Jun 2022

    Online textbook service launched for “fair access”
    Course material provider Cengage has launched its new service, Cengage Unlimited for Institutions, which will give students access to over 10,000 digital textbooks and study resources, in addition to the company’s online learning platforms. Universities can subscribe on behalf of their students,… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2022

    QS World Ranking: the University of Szeged is the best Hungarian university
    The University of Szeged has been ranked the best Hungarian university in this year's Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) University world ranking. The result acknowledges the university’s outstanding national and international educational programmes, its research activity and artistic performance. The institution managed… View More →

  • Thu Jun 2022

    Alfried Krupp Promotional Prize for Lucas T. Jae
    The biochemist was awarded the renowned Alfried Krupp Prize for his research on the genetic and molecular basis of mitochondrial function. Lucas T. Jae uses a unique screening system to study the role of mitochondria in human disease processes. Mitochondria are cell… View More →

  • Fri Jul 2022

    Application deadline for German-speaking Masters extended
    The application deadline for all German-language master’s programs starting in winter semester 2022/23 has been extended to June 30, 2022. Apply today for one of the seven German-language WU master’s programs! With the award-winning programs, you will get the necessary skills… View More →

  • Sat Jul 2022

    Three ETH start-ups win De Vigier Prize
    Yesterday evening, seven Swiss startups were awarded the WA de Vigier Prize, including the two ETH spin-offs Alivion and NematX and the ETH startup Nemosia.  From over 200 submitted projects, the jury of the de Vigier Foundation chose seven young… View More →

  • Tue Jul 2022

    Oxford student wins PhD Student of the Year award
    Josephine Agyeman-Duah, a DPhil student at the Nuffield Department of Women’s and Reproductive Health, has been named as the winner of the PhD Student of the Year award 2022. Josephine is part of the INTERGROWTH-21ST research group, which is dedicated to… View More →

  • Mon Jul 2022

    Mobile app for fish farmers wins Imperial's top prize for women entrepreneurs
    https://www.imperial.ac.uk/news/237594/mobile-fish-farmers-wins-imperials-prize/An Imperial student startup has developed affordable and integrated technology for fish farmers to monitor and troubleshoot water quality issues. Banoo, co-founded by Selly Shafira, a student on the MSc Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Management at Imperial College Business School, won the £15,000 top prize… View More →

  • Wed Jul 2022

    Easter Bush hosts new STEM Centre for Excellence
    Local secondary students are set to benefit from a new Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Centre of Excellence at the University’s Easter Bush campus. The University and Midlothian Council have recently announced their plans to build a replacement for… View More →

  • Fri Jul 2022

    Immerse partners with Meta on VR learning
    Students can now find Immerse’s educational virtual world, the first of its kind, on Meta’s VR app store. The new partnership, which launched on June 23, allows learners to take part in virtual lessons in VR in a whole world… View More →

  • Thu Jul 2022

    Looking at a hybrid approach in higher education in the endemic phase
    The advent of Covid-19 threw the teaching and learning universe into a breathless adjustment period; schools, colleges and universities struggled to adapt to the new normal of primarily online learning. Institutions and educators also had to ramp up their digital… View More →

  • Mon Jul 2022

    Excellent climate research
    Young Climate Scientists Award presented The winners of the Young Climate Scientists Awards 2022 have been chosen. Three young Hamburg talents convinced the scientific jury with their theses from various disciplines of climate research. Meteorologist Katharina Holube and economics graduate Nikolai… View More →

  • Tue Jul 2022

    Donation of 100,000 euros from Planmeca to the University of Oulu
    The health technology company Planmeca, which invests in medical research, education and development, has participated in the fundraising campaign of the University of Oulu with a donation of 100,000 euros. The collaboration between the University of Oulu and Planmeca is… View More →

  • Sat Jul 2022

    Antwerp Summer University attracts record number of participants
    During the thirteenth edition, students will participate in a … yoga session on the roof of the MAS   The summer holidays are approaching, but that doesn't mean that life at UAntwerp has come to a standstill. After all, more than… View More →

  • Wed Jul 2022

    UCC to appoint experts to enhance cancer research in Ireland following new UPMC partnership
    University College Cork and UPMC announce partnership towards the establishment of a collaborative, patient-focused cancer research environment across south of the country UCC/UPMC partnership will see two Oncology Professors appointed as part of process to develop internationally-recognised Cancer Research Institute… View More →

  • Thu Jul 2022

    National Student Survey ranks University of Warwick third amongst Russell Group institutions for overall satisfaction
    Students rank Warwick third for overall satisfaction amongst the Russell Group of UK’s leading universities Warwick moves to first place within the Russell Group for Student Voice Final-year students score Warwick at 81.4% for overall satisfaction with their academic experience… View More →

  • Fri Jul 2022

    Female Researchers in Infectious Diseases Established
    RWTH professor Gabriele Pradel is establishing Infect-Net with colleagues. An association is set to further strengthen their position in the future.   Although there are many female virologists, microbiologists, and infectious diseases researchers in leadership positions at German universities and… View More →

  • Sat Jul 2022

    Four researchers from Natural Sciences receive NERD grants from the Novo Nordisk Foundation
    The NERD program supports original basic research in the natural sciences and technical sciences, and the four researchers from resp. The Department of Physics and Astronomy and the Department of Chemistry receive a total of DKK 47.7 million. The overall goal… View More →

  • Mon Jul 2022

    Austrian Society of Surgery awards Theodor Billroth Prize to Vera Vorstandlechn
    (Vienna, 12-07-2022) Vera Vorstandlechner from the Department of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery of MedUni Vienna received the award for her research, which focuses on the genetic landscape of hypertrophic scars and the identification of new therapeutic approaches. The study… View More →

  • Tue Jul 2022

    Unipd is part of the international research team paving the way for the development of new pharmaceuticals
    Researchers from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale of Lausanne (EPFL), Ca 'Foscari of Venice, and the University of Padua have established a method to sustainably produce and quickly identify thousands of macrocyclic compounds, a family of pharmaceutical molecules of great interest for… View More →

  • Wed Jul 2022

    Oxford researchers become EMBO members
    Three University of Oxford academics have become the latest to join the 1,900 eminent life scientists in Europe and beyond that make up the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO). Adrian Hill, Yang Shi and Ivan Ahel have been recognised for… View More →

  • Thu Jul 2022

    135,000 int’l students apply to UK unis via UCAS
    The number of international students applying through UCAS has increased by 3% since last year, the application operator has said as it released its data for June. Almost 135,000 international students have applied, with the 31,400 applicants from China representing an increase of… View More →

  • Fri Jul 2022

    Imperial students set to send reusable rocket into space
    Students at Imperial College London hope to be the world’s first university team to launch a reusable rocket into space. The Karman Space Programme at Imperial plans to design, build and launch a rocket to pass the Karman Line – the internationally… View More →

  • Sat Jul 2022

    Berlin universities: Winter semester planned in attendance
    The Berlin universities are also planning to hold courses and teaching in attendance for the coming winter semester 2022/2023. The agreements in force for the current semester in the joint key issues paper of the State Conference of Rectors and Presidents… View More →

  • Mon Jul 2022

    Scientists develop a new non-opioid pain killer with fewer side effects
    Scientists develop a new non-opioid pain killer with fewer side effects Promising compound benzyloxy-cyclopentyladenosine (BnOCPA) found to be a potent and selective pain killer in test model systems BnOCPA is also selective in its action, and non-addictive, opening up the… View More →

  • Tue Jul 2022

    CHEMICAL PRODUCTION BREAKTHROUGH COULD MAKE £9BN INDUSTRY GREENER AND CLEANER
    Researchers at a Scottish university have found a greener, cleaner way to produce a common chemical relied on by multibillion-dollar industries. In a new paper published today in the journal Cell Reports Physical Science, researchers from the University of Glasgow demonstrate… View More →

  • Wed Jul 2022

    124 million for first phase Circular Plastics NL
    The government has definitively approved the first phase of Circular Plastics NL and is investing EUR 124 million from the Growth Fund. With the implementation of Circular Plastics NL, the government, companies and knowledge institutions are making an effort to achieve… View More →

  • Thu Jul 2022

    WHO Director-General receives honorary degree
    Dr Tedros Ghebreyesus, Director General of the World Health Organisation (WHO), has received an honorary degree from the University of Edinburgh. The head of the world’s leading public health agency received the title of doctor honoris causa for the significant… View More →

  • Fri Jul 2022

    University of Nottingham launches inclusive FinTech research hub
    A new research centre focused on harnessing financial technologies to promote inclusive innovation and culture in the financial services industry has been launched by the University of Nottingham. The Centre for Inclusive Financial Technology (INFINITY) is dedicated to research that… View More →

  • Sat Jul 2022

    Two talented Utrecht researchers go to foreign institutions with Rubicon grant
    Two Utrecht-based researchers who have recently received their PhDs can do their research at institutes abroad thanks to a Rubicon grant from NWO. They will study radicalization in young conspiracy thinkers, and how a benign cell transforms into a malignant… View More →

  • Mon Aug 2022

    Research projects for the Decarbonisation and Energy Transition of the Valencian Community 2022
    The Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development, Climate Emergency and Ecological Transition calls for Research Projects for the Decarbonisation and Energy Transition of the Valencian Community 2022 Summary of the call Website of the call   The deadline for submitting applications… View More →

  • Tue Aug 2022

    Peter Deuss partner in NWO Science–XL consortium on Lignin
    Prof. dr. Peter Deuss of ENTEG, professor of Catalytic Processing of Sustainable Resources, is partner in a consortium that has received 2,5 M€ by NWO Science-XL. The consortium, leaded by Prof. dr. R. Offringa from Leiden University will investigate why plants… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2022

    The “Brexit effect”: where are EU students going beyond the UK?
    Universities across the UK finally felt the long-anticipated hit of Brexit when applications from EU students dropped sharply last year.  As the UK’s higher education sector turns to other corners of the world to make up for these waning numbers, universities across Europe have… View More →

  • Thu Aug 2022

    Big coup for AI research in Munich
    The Munich Center for Machine Learning (MCML) will receive permanent funding from the German government and the state of Bavaria. MCML, a joint initiative by the Technical University of Munich (TUM), and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU), is one of six AI… View More →

  • Fri Aug 2022

    Manchester student’s extraordinary drive recognised at House of Lords
    University of Manchester mathematics student, Jesy Luyengi was part of 22 students who were recognised at the fourth annual Student Social Mobility Awards for defying the odds to achieve outstanding success as they prepare for life after university. Jesy is studying mathematics with… View More →

  • Thu Aug 2022

    MOBILITY: AGAUR MOBINT-MIF scholarships for the 2022-2023 academic year
    Aid for students from Catalan universities with face-to-face international stays and with academic recognition for the 2022-2023 academic year. Modalities UPC students who meet the requirements of the MOBINT -MIF call can apply for aid in: Mode A: students from Catalan universities participating in the Erasmus +… View More →

  • Fri Aug 2022

    Agreement to create joint research with the Vallès Oriental Waste Management Consortium
    With a duration of four years, extendable for successive equal periods (up to a maximum of eight years), the objectives set are to jointly develop and execute research projects in subjects of common interest to both institutions. This collaboration will mainly… View More →

  • Sat Aug 2022

    European Commission looking to scale up innovation digital education solutions
    The European Digital Education Hub has opened a call for applications to its accelerator programme. Innovators from all education sectors are encouraged to submit their innovative digital education solutions. Selected applicants will benefit from an intensive training and testing programme. What will… View More →

  • Tue Aug 2022

    Leeds academics recognised for outstanding contribution to student experience
    Three academics at the University of Leeds have been recognised for their outstanding contribution to higher education with National Teaching Fellowships. Professor Bee Bond from the Language Centre and Professor Karen Burland from the School of Music have both been awarded National Teaching Fellowships… View More →

  • Tue Aug 2022

    University garden declared as one of UK’s top green spaces
    The University of Bristol’s Royal Fort Gardens have been awarded the coveted Green Flag Award as it is officially recognised as one of the country’s best parks. The Royal Fort Gardens, situated in the heart of the main University of… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2022

    ANONYMOUS GIFT WILL HELP UVA RESEARCHERS IN THE BATTLE AGAINST BLOOD CANCERS
    gift of more than $5.75 million from anonymous donors will allow the UVA Cancer Center to speed the development of new treatments for rare blood cancers and provide more patients with access to cutting-edge clinical trials. The gift will fund… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2022

    Student scores spot on FA Women’s Leadership Programme
    A student from the School of Sport at the University of Wolverhampton has been accepted onto the FA University Women’s Leadership Programme. The award-winning programme, which runs in partnership with British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) aims to unlock the potential of… View More →

  • Thu Aug 2022

    Cranfield celebrates partnership with the National Crime Agency
    Cranfield University and the National Crime Agency (NCA), which leads the UK’s fight to cut serious and organised crime, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to share expertise and collaborate on projects of mutual interest. NCA leads the whole system response… View More →

  • Fri Aug 2022

    CHOOSE FRANCE SUMMIT: FRANCE IS STILL THE MOST ATTRACTIVE COUNTRY
    The 5th edition of the Choose France Summit confirms the leading position of France in terms of attractiveness for investors. With, as major announcement, the commitment of fourteen foreign companies for a total amount of 6.7 billion euros and the… View More →

  • Sat Aug 2022

    UPMS: Accreditation by the World Federation for Medical Education
    The University of Pécs Medical School (UP MS) has been accredited according to the criteria of the World Federation for Medical Education (WFME), further strengthening the international value of the degree of the University of Pécs Medical School. As stated on the WFME website,… View More →

  • Mon Aug 2022

    Pnrr, published the Mur Decree for the direct calls of excellent researchers in Italy
    The Decree n. 894 of the Ministry of University and Research has defined the specific reference framework for the implementation of the investment envisaged by the Pnrr - National Recovery and Resilience Plan , aimed at supporting the entry or return to our… View More →

  • Tue Aug 2022

    Imperial researchers scoop £1.75m of funding for quantum physics projects
    New funding for quantum science will support researchers exploring dark energy and dark matter, quantum states of sound, and the Universe’s constants. Imperial physicists have been awarded five of 17 new grants for quantum technology projects funded by UKRI’s Quantum Technologies… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2022

    THE RECHERCHE DATA GOUV SYSTEM OPENS
    Launched by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research, the new web portal recherche.data.gouv.fr gives access to the entire French research environment. It provides information on available services and already contains more than 21,000 shared data files. The topic of data… View More →

  • Thu Aug 2022

    Launching the Fitzsimmons Scholarship for Women in Leadership
    After 24 years of inspirational and dedicated service, Professor Kathleen stepped back from classroom teaching in May, 2022. One of AUR’s best loved and most active professors, Professor Fitsimmons positively impacted hundreds of young lives over the course of her… View More →

  • Fri Aug 2022

    “Budget-friendly” destinations gaining momentum in Europe
    Demand for lower-cost and budget-friendly destinations are gaining strong momentum in Europe as international students look to tighten their belts, new data from Studyportals suggests. The star of the show is Italy, which has seen absolute demand rise by a staggering 45%… View More →

  • Sat Aug 2022

    UK resumes priority visa services
    The UK has reopened some of its priority visa services, allowing incoming international students to pay extra for a faster decision on their application ahead of the new academic year in September.  The priority visa and super priority visa services… View More →

  • Mon Aug 2022

    Simultaneous enrolment in two different degree programmes
    From the 2022-2023 academic year, students can enrol in no more than two programmes at the same university or at two different universities, one of which international, or at Italian or international Higher Education Institutions for Art and Music. In… View More →

  • Tue Aug 2022

    37 French Institutions Are Now Part of European Universities Initiative
    16 existing alliances and four newly established ones have been confirmed by the European Commission, taking the total number of French institutions becoming part of the European Universities initiative to 37. These alliances, with each of them collaborating with different… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2022

    International students awarded a fifth of places at top UK universities
    The Russell Group has awarded a fifth of places at its 24 institutions across the UK to overseas students, it has emerged. This year’s A-level results left many pupils scrambling for places at universities through clearing due to a drop in… View More →

  • Thu Aug 2022

    Free English tuition scheme for refugees
    Refugees living in Edinburgh have spoken warmly of a scheme that has offered free English classes to displaced people this summer. Participants in the University of Edinburgh initiative have included people who have fled war or political unrest in Syria,… View More →

  • Fri Aug 2022

    Sustainable aviation fuels: agreement signed between the Ministry of Sustainable Infrastructure and Mobility (MIMS) and the Politecnico di Torino
    The nbsp;Ministry of Sustainable Infrastructures and Mobility (MIMS) and the Politecnico di Torino have signed an important three-year collaboration agreement aimed at analyzing and promoting the use of new sustainable fuels in the transport sector, with specific reference to aviation. The objective is… View More →

  • Sat Aug 2022

    Registrations for the 2022-2024 Master of Journalism are open
    Registration now open for the XXI edition of the IULM Master in Journalism! Download the announcement on this page. In collaboration with  Mediaset . Ten scholarships of 5000 euros available in the two-year period 2022-2024. The IULM Master in Journalism   MASTERX.IULM , created in collaboration with  Mediaset ,… View More →

  • Mon Aug 2022

    Summer program at RIT Croatia premieres a course about – Bitcoin!
    Every summer RIT Croatia hosts study abroad programs, attended mostly by students from the US. This year we’ve run three programs: Ecology of Dalmatian Coast and the Roots to Croatian Wine Tradition (Dubrovnik campus), Psychology program (Zagreb campus), and the… View More →

  • Tue Aug 2022

    NZ government backs innovation with $1.6m
    Education New Zealand Manapou ki te Ao has allocated $1.6 million to six “innovative” education specialists as the country’s sector adapts to the post-Covid environment. The six awardees will be handed support ranging from $200,000 to $300,000 for individual projects over… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2022

    CURRENT THEMES IN GREEN EDUCATION
    From September, agricultural entrepreneurs and advisers can follow short courses on precision agriculture, nature-inclusive entrepreneurship and nitrogen. Aeres Hogeschool, HAS Hogeschool, Van Hall Larenstein, Inholland and Wageningen University & Research offer a joint training program about this. Corné Kocks, lecturer in… View More →

  • Thu Sep 2022

    Successful project established firm roots for further cooperation
    Project no. EHP-CZ-ICP-2-006 "The Technology and Knowledge Transfer based on Norway – Czech Cooperation" fulfilled its potential. But the cooperation with the project partner Oslo Metropolitan University will continue thanks to the Letter of Intent, which we signed in June… View More →

  • Fri Sep 2022

    A STUDENT RETURN UNDER THE SIGN OF PURCHASING POWER
    The Ministry of Higher Education and Research publishes its traditional Student Back-to-School Guide which this year focuses on the emergency measures deployed in favor of purchasing power, but not only. Pages dedicated to accommodation and social support can be useful to… View More →

  • Mon Sep 2022

    UK extends Horizon Europe guarantee
    The UK government has announced an extension to a November 2021 safety net package for Horizon Europe applicants. The guarantee scheme aims to protect funding for UK researchers, businesses, and innovators, the UK has said. It means successful UK Horizon Europe applicants will be covered for… View More →

  • Tue Sep 2022

    Hungary signs deal with Gazprom for 5.8M cubic metres of natural gas
    Hungary says it has signed a deal with Russian energy giant Gazprom for 5.8 million cubic metres of extra natural gas. Zoltan Kovacs, international spokesman for Hungary's government, said it would be on top of the country's current supplies. "Hungary’s… View More →

  • Wed Sep 2022

    Germans say goodbye to summer of €9 travel tickets
    Germany's summer of low-cost travel is over as transport chiefs call a halt to their cheap fares experiment. For three sunny months, passengers have packed on to platforms and concourses to take advantage of a single monthly ticket costing €9… View More →

  • Thu Sep 2022

    France hits 400,000 int’l student mark
    France has recorded the highest growth in international students in over 15 years and now exceeds the 400,000 mark, Campus France has announced. This week – the week of ‘la rentreé’ in France, when the new academic year begins –… View More →

  • Fri Sep 2022

    AIRC and CTCF reveal scholarship for UK students
    A new scholarship program for underrepresented students from the UK to study in the US has launched with a $100,000 backing. The Cyril Taylor Scholarships – backed by The Cyril Taylor Charitable Foundation and administered by the American International Recruitment Council – will… View More →

  • Sat Sep 2022

    Taster research placements to enrich & inspire local pupils
    Year 12 students from disadvantaged backgrounds have been given the chance to get involved in research projects during the summer holidays at the University of Bedfordshire, in order to help inspire and support their development in a chosen field. Having… View More →

  • Sun Sep 2022

    Mobile mapping platform
    A mobile road mapping platform has been developed at the Warsaw University of Technology. The device will ultimately be used to conduct sample inventories of engineering facilities and historical objects. The platform is part of a project implemented by the Faculty… View More →

  • Mon Sep 2022

    University of Zagreb the only Croatian Higher Education Institution in IISMA 2022 project for the Second Year in a Row
    For the second year in a row, the University of Zagreb (UNIZG) is the only Croatian higher education institution participating in the International Student Mobility Awards (IISMA) 2022.Indonesian International Student Mobility Awards is the Government of Republic of Indonesia scholarship scheme to fund Indonesian students… View More →

  • Tue Sep 2022

    New consortium in Portugal gathers universities in the creation of the CAMPUS SUL
    Promoting sustainable development in the south of the country and stimulating territorial cohesion, are the objectives of the Campus Sul,  an unprecedented consortium in Portugal that brings together the University of Évora, the University of Algarve and NOVA University of… View More →

  • Wed Sep 2022

    Scientists harness Artificial Intelligence to advance ability to measure Arctic sea ice and improve climate forecasting
    Pioneering research deploying Artificial Intelligence (AI) and satellite modelling means the thickness of Arctic sea ice can be measured all year round for the first time, bringing significant benefits for future weather forecasts and shipping in the region. The study,… View More →

  • Thu Sep 2022

    Erasmus+ grant for thirteen exchange projects
    Thirteen exchange projects at Leiden University have been awarded an Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility education grant. In total, it concerns about 450,000 euros, with which 103 students and employees go on an exchange. It concerns exchanges for study, education and research. The… View More →

  • Fri Sep 2022

    Edtech: Virtual Internships raises $14.3 million
    Edtech specialists Virtual Internships has closed a $14.3 million Series A funding round as it scales to meet a growing demand for remote work and learning. It hopes to provide virtual work experience for the more than 250 million students… View More →

  • Sat Sep 2022

    UofG RESEARCHERS CONTRIBUTE TO EUROPEAN RESEARCH COUNCIL-FUNDED GEO-AI PROJECT
    Researchers from the University of Glasgow are part of a team who have received new funding from the European Research Council. The team's project is one of 55 new initiatives funded by the EU's research and innovation programme, Horizon Europe. Professor Ana… View More →

  • Mon Sep 2022

    The SPOTLIGHT Scholarship Blog is live!
    After months of preparation, Dr. Diana Odier-Contreras Garduno and University College Utrecht student Ling Ling Li are excited to announce that the SPOTLIGHT Scholarship Blog is up and running. The SPOTLIGHT Scholarship Blog is a digital space where students and… View More →

  • Wed Sep 2022

    THE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY IS ON ITS WAY TO A EUROENGINEERING TITLE
    A member of the European Association of Engineering Organizations and the BME concluded a cooperation agreement. The Budapest University of Technology and Economics signed a cooperation agreement with the Hungarian Chamber of Engineers (MMK) with the aim of renewing the… View More →

  • Thu Sep 2022

    The University of Music's students collaborate with gaming giant
    When gaming giant Riot Games needed an orchestra for the opening ceremony of the League of Legends European Championships Summer Final at Hyllie Arena, the assignment landed on students at the Academy of Music in Malmö. In total, ten thousand people… View More →

  • Fri Sep 2022

    Displate and esports organisation KAMK.GG under Kajaani University of Applied Sciences announce collaboration
    It seems like for Displate, selling over 5 million posters was just the beginning; the metal poster marketplace is now showing its passion for the Finnish esports community by partnering with Kajaani University of Applied Sciences on an exciting collaboration. … View More →

  • Sat Oct 2022

    A RESOUNDING SUCCESS FOR THE FRENCH+SCIENCES PROGRAM
    The French+Sciences program opened its first sessions last June and July with great success: 39 students were welcomed on three sites, representing 11 nationalities. The French+ Sciences program opened its first sessions last June and July and was a great success… View More →

  • Mon Oct 2022

    Sapienza: from September more than 700 courses in Italian and English
    More than 700 courses will be activated for the 2022-2023 academic year, including Bachelor's, Master's and Single-cycle degree programmes, PhDs, first and second-level Advanced Professional Courses, postgraduate, training and advanced training courses. Sapienza's new educational offer includes more than 300… View More →

  • Tue Oct 2022

    NEW £7 MILLION NIHR FUNDING FOR GLOBAL HEALTH RESEARCH
    Researchers at the University of Glasgow have been awarded a multi-million pound grant, to establish a new health research unit to help tackle health inequalities in Latin America. Professor Alastair Leyland, based at the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit at… View More →

  • Thu Oct 2022

    The President of Malta highlighted educational cooperation during his visit to Estonia
    The President of Malta, George Vella, visited the Education and Youth Board during his visit to Estonia Despite the geographical distance, the ties between our countries have been strong. Recently, especially in the field of education. Both sides highlighted good… View More →

  • Fri Oct 2022

    Spain and the US to exchange more language assistants in bilingualism push
    The governments of Spain and the United States have agreed to recruit more English and Spanish-language assistants from each other’s countries as a means of bolstering bilingual education in the two nations. Spain’s Education Minister Pilar Alegría and US ambassador… View More →

  • Sat Oct 2022

    CALL FOR APPLICATIONS EIFFEL 2023
    The call for applications for the 2023 campaign of the Eiffel scholarship program is open until January 10, 2023. The call for applications for the Eiffel scholarship program is open until January 10, 2023 for French higher education institutions. FIELDS OF… View More →

  • Mon Oct 2022

    EU Allocates €384 Million Under Erasmus+ in Support of European University Alliances
    With a total budget of €384 million, the European Commission has announced a fourth Erasmus+ call for proposals to support the further extension of the European Universities initiative. Through a statement, the EU Commission said that the call for EU… View More →

  • Tue Oct 2022

    Chevening opens to Afghans living out of the country
    The UK government today reopened its Chevening scholarship scheme to Afghan nationals, but only students living outside of Afghanistan are eligible to apply.  The portal for the 2023/24 cycle is now open for applications from Afghans, over two months after individuals from… View More →

  • Wed Oct 2022

    An outsourcing era: UK university procurement notices reveal demand for services
    With the majority of universities in the UK classed as public institutions, they are subject to open procurement procedures to ensure fair competition. What this means is a lot of details are shared publicly about the objectives of a university… View More →

  • Thu Oct 2022

    QS Stars Rating certifies the educational model of excellence of the UCAM
    The British consultancy recognizes its strengths in teaching, inclusiveness, social responsibility, internationalization and outstanding programs UCAM has been given a global score of four stars out of a maximum of five by the prestigious company Quacquarelli Symonds (QS ), specialized in the analysis… View More →

  • Fri Oct 2022

    We received over PLN 106 million in subsidies
    The money comes from the Medical Fund and was given to the University Clinical Center. The funds are intended to "increase the quality and availability of childcare services". In practice, this means that our children's clinics will be able to buy the… View More →

  • Sat Oct 2022

    MOPGA PROGRAM: OPENING OF A NEW CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
    The MOPGA 2023 call for applications is open until January 16, 2023. This scholarship program will make it possible to welcome 40 young international researchers to France wishing to carry out research on themes related to climate change and environmental… View More →

  • Mon Oct 2022

    MSU, Italy’s University of Salento mark formal collaboration in smart technologies, sustainable agriculture
    STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State University and Italy’s University of Salento leaders are celebrating new collaborations aimed at utilizing smart technologies to advance sustainable agriculture. MSU Provost and Executive Vice President David Shaw and University of Salento Rector Fabio Pollice signed a… View More →

  • Tue Oct 2022

    Germany scholarships 2023
    The next call for applications for Germany scholarships at Universität Hamburg will take place from October 14, 2022 to November 7, 2022 for a scholarship for 2023. You can only apply online during this period. The prerequisite for an application is that you are… View More →

  • Tue Oct 2022

    Christmas Grant for WUT students and doctoral students
    We invite our students and doctoral students to submit for the Christmas Grant 2022 – a special grant awarded to students and doctoral students at the Warsaw University of Technology involved in promoting the University and building its positive image.… View More →

  • Wed Oct 2022

    Gets funding for a doctoral project on digital home monitoring
    The project Digital support for self-care in case of heart failure receives NOK 2,379,000 from Stiftelsen DAM, earmarked for financing a doctoral scholarship holder at the Faculty of Health Sciences. In 2022, the DAM foundation has awarded research funds of… View More →

  • Sat Oct 2022

    Spain to Accelerate & Simplify Procedures for Recognition of Foreign University Degrees
    Reference Link: https://www.schengenvisainfo.com/news/spain-to-accelerate-simplify-procedures-for-recognition-of-foreign-university-degrees/   The Spanish authorities have announced that the country’s Council of Ministers has approved the acceleration and modernisation of procedures for the recognition of foreign university degrees. The decree corresponding to the Immigration Law will officially enter into… View More →

  • Mon Oct 2022

    Switzerland Planning to Let Non-EU Nationals With a Swiss University Degree in Specific Fields Remain in the Country
    Reference Link: https://www.schengenvisainfo.com/news/switzerland-planning-to-let-non-eu-nationals-with-a-swiss-university-degree-in-specific-fields-remain-in-the-country/ The Swiss authorities have proposed that the country permits all persons, including nationals of third countries, who obtain a master’s or a doctorate degree in an area that is dealing with a shortage of skilled workers to remain… View More →

  • Tue Nov 2022

    CAMPUS ART : ONLINE APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR 2023
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  • Fri Nov 2022

    Language proficiency tests for mobility calls: registration open
    Reference Link:https://www.iulm.it/en/news-ed-eventi/news/Prove-di-idoneita-linguistica-per-bandi-di-mobilita  If you want to have a study abroad experience but you don't have a language certification, sign up to IULM language proficiency tests before November 6th. Would you like to have a study abroad experience? Calls for applications for departures in 2023/24 will be… View More →

  • Wed Nov 2022

    Experience Designer. Apply Now!
    As an Experience Designer student, you will learn to design Super Experiences, which truly enhance customer engagement. You will develop a new set of key competences, which express the unique profile of an Experience Designer – Empathy; Sense-making; Curiosity; Volition;… View More →

  • Sat Nov 2022

    Prestigious funding to researchers at Chalmers
    In their annual call for research grants, the Swedish Research Council distributes SEK 112 million to 29 researchers at Chalmers.Chalmers was awarded grants in all announced areas, but most in natural and engineering sciences.These researchers at Chalmers receive grants –… View More →

  • Tue Nov 2022

    First Humanitarian Scholarship students welcomed to our University
    The University of Manchester has held an event to welcome the first recipients of its newly-created Humanitarian Scholarships for students fleeing conflict and persecution.In response to the war in Ukraine, the University launched a new scheme earlier this year for… View More →

  • Fri Nov 2022

    Four AU researchers receive money for green research
    Denmark's Independent Research Foundation distributes a total of DKK 105 million. DKK for 37 research ideas which will support the green transition. Four of the recipients are researchers from Aarhus University, who each receive approx. 2.8 million DKK to realize… View More →

  • Thu Nov 2022

    European Parliament approves Croatia’s admission to Schengen zone
    The parliament votes in favour of lifting the remaining border controls between the Schengen area and Croatia. The European Parliament has cleared the way for the admission of Croatia to the bloc’s passport-free Schengen zone, leaving the final decision in… View More →

  • Sat Nov 2022

    Queen Mary and Cornell expand partnership
    Queen Mary University of London and Ivy League Cornell University have signed a research and exchange collaboration that will strengthen mobility of both staff and students.Through the partnership, Cornell’s Global Hubs brand will be extended to the UK, allowing students,… View More →

  • Mon Nov 2022

    Norway moving towards tuition fees for non-EU students in 2023
    Short on time? Here are the highlights: Norway is considering the introduction of tuition fees for international students coming from outside the European Union as of fall 2023 A government proposal recommends annual tuition fees of about USD$13,000 A survey… View More →

  • Tue Nov 2022

    Universities in central and eastern Europe want more say at EU level
    The CE7 coalition of seven universities hopes a new partnership with the League European Research Universities will give them more influence in shaping EU policy to better suit their needsUniversities in central and eastern Europe need to make their voices… View More →

  • Wed Nov 2022

    Imperial and Germany’s TUM to develop new technologies to tackle global pollution
    Imperial College London and the Technical University of Munich (TUM) in Germany have launched a partnership to develop new technologies to tackle the combined threats of global pollution, biodiversity loss and climate change.   The Imperial – TUM Zero Pollution… View More →

  • Thu Nov 2022

    EU launches new Digital Europe calls for cyber resilience
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  • Mon Dec 2022

    Future veterinarian has ‘life-changing’ Italy fellowship
    When University of Hawai?i at M?noa alumna Jemma Baird saw the chance for hands-on experience at animal rescues in Italy, she jumped at the opportunity. The animal science (pre-veterinary) major earned her bachelor’s degree in May 2022. Originally from Tucson,… View More →

  • Tue Dec 2022

    Why Indian managers see Maribor as paradise
    More than 80 Indians from the energy company NTPC attended the training organized by the Faculty of Economics and Business of the University of Maribor. What did they talk about and how did they experience Maribor? Reference link : https://vecer.com/maribor/aktualno/zakaj-indijski-menedzerji-vidijo-maribor-kot-raj-10322567 View More →

  • Mon Dec 2022

    Irish government to fund student housing
    The Irish government will fund the construction of new student housing, following warnings that the country’s housing shortages are leaving some students homeless.  Some 667 new beds will be delivered in the short-term via building projects in areas where planning permission has… View More →

  • Tue Dec 2022

    NZ int’l graduates offered Covid ‘hangover’ visa
    International graduates who were supposed to be on a post-study work visa in New Zealand during the Covid pandemic have been offered a 12-month visa in a new raft of immigration policies. An 1,800-strong cohort of international graduates from New Zealand… View More →

  • Tue Jan 2023

    New Zealand to join Horizon Europe
    Scientists in New Zealand will be able to access EU research funding from next year as the country has successfully secured association to Horizon Europe. This is the first time a “highly industrialised” country outside of Europe has joined the… View More →

  • Wed Jan 2023

    EU & Turkish Officials to Take Further Steps to Ease Schengen Visa Procedures
    Representatives of the European Union countries and the Foreign Ministry of Turkey have held three meetings in Ankara, in order to further ease visa process for Turkish citizens. According to a report of Hurriyet Daily News, the meetings have been… View More →

  • Thu Jan 2023

    Statement by President von der Leyen at the joint press conference with Prime Minister
    Statement by President von der Leyen at the joint press conference with Prime Minister Plenkovi? and President Pirc Musar on the occasion of Croatia joining the Eurozone and Schengen area. Reference link :https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/en/STATEMENT_23_7947 View More →

  • Thu Jan 2023

    Croatia adopts euro ,enters borderless Europe club
    Croatia on sunday switched to the euro and entered Europe's  borderless zone - two steps prime minister Andrej Plenkovic called a "historic moment ". The Balken nation bid farewell to its kuna currency and became the 20th member of the… View More →

  • Sat Jan 2023

    Germany’s New Right of Residence Became Effective Today, Giving Migrants More Opportunities
    Germany’s much-discussed Right to Residence and other laws making it easier for foreigners in the country to make their stay legal, move to the country or gain permanent residency there, has become effective on , January 1, 2023.The new law,… View More →

  • Mon Jan 2023

    Sweden Takes Over Rotating Council of EU Presidency for Next 6 Months
    Sweden has taken over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union for the first six months of the year, on January 1, 2023, following the Czech Republic, which headed the Council in the second half of 2022.This is… View More →

  • Wed Jan 2023

    Europe's highest ranked universities: Which countries have performed the best in the Global Top 100?
    In 2023, 36 of the Global Top 100 universities will be in Europe. This is a significant increase from 28 universities since the Times Higher Education’s 2011 World University Rankings report was released. However, it is not the best performance… View More →

  • Fri Jan 2023

    Hungarian universities: participation in EU mobility must be guaranteed to everyone
    EU education, research and mobility schemes must be guaranteed to everyone participating in Hungarian university life, regardless of who runs the university, the Hungarian Rectors’ Conference (MRK) said on Saturday. Fully 63 higher education institutions operate in Hungary, run by… View More →

  • Wed Jan 2023

    Croatia Successfully Completes Its Euro Changeover, EU Commission Confirms
    The Commission of the European Union has announced that Croatia has successfully completed its euro changeover.Such an announcement from the Commission was made after the 14-day dual circulation period, during which payments could be made both in kuna and euro… View More →

  • Fri Jan 2023

    eu-LISA: Planned Entry Into Force of Entry/Exit System on May 2023 Is No Longer Achievable
    The Entry/Exit System will not become effective on May 2023 as it has been planned by the European Union authorities, and a new date for its full launch will become known soon.The eu-LISA, which is the EU agency for the… View More →

  • Wed Feb 2023

    UK mulls new policy to reduce post-study visa stay — Report
    Foreign students in the United Kingdom may face the risk of deportation if they stay longer than six months in the country after completion of their studies.Currently, international students in the UK can stay on for two years after the… View More →

  • Thu Feb 2023

    UK may lift work hour limit during studies
    The UK government is considering increasing the number of hours international students can work during their studies in a bid to fill job vacancies across the country. In surprise news, ministers are considering extending the work hour limit from 20… View More →

  • Tue Feb 2023

    Pearson English test approved by Canada
    The Canadian government will accept Pearson’s new language test as proof of English proficiency, the publishing and assessment company announced.Individuals applying for Canadian permanent residency or citizenship are expected to be able to use Pearson’s test in their applications from… View More →

  • Wed Feb 2023

    Tuition fees for students from outside EU/EEA and Switzerland
    The Norwegian government has proposed the introduction of tuition fees for students from countries outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland from the autumn semester of 2023.Until further notice, applicants from countries outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland/EFTA  applying for a degree at… View More →

  • Wed Feb 2023

    UK education secretary to oppose cuts to int’l student numbers
    The UK secretary of state for education, Gillian Keegan, has shown strong support for international students and the wider sector, with reports that she will oppose any potential cuts to international student numbers by the Home Office.“It’s a sector we… View More →

  • Thu Feb 2023

    Rectors back EC launch of European degree pilot projects
    University rectors from Belgium, Finland, Norway, Poland, Spain and Sweden and other stakeholders are supporting the movement towards a joint European degree and European legal status for the European university alliances.On 31 January, European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education… View More →

  • Fri Feb 2023

    Women in Science: EU Records Nearly 7 Million Female Scientists in 2021
    According to Eurostat, the European Office for Statistics, the difference in the number of female scientists is 369,800 higher than in the preceding year and the majority of these workers are engaged in the services sector as 46 per cent… View More →

  • Fri Feb 2023

    Int’l schools market is “flourishing” – ISC report
    A new report from educational consultants ISC Research suggests factors such as increasing diversity, a post-Covid surge and geopolitical events are leading to a flourishing international school sector.The PIE spoke to stakeholders in key destination markets to find out more.EuropeIn… View More →

  • Mon Feb 2023

    Cambridge renews Estonia assessment deal
    A new agreement between Cambridge University Press & Assessment and Estonia’s ministry of education and research has been announced, aiming to bolster English language assessment offerings in the country.The deal follows in the footsteps of the partnership first put together… View More →

  • Wed Mar 2023

    Sweden Plans to Facilitate Residence Permit Applications for Int’l Students & Researchers from Visa-Free Countries
    Sweden may soon change its rules for residence permit applications for international students and researchers from visa-free countries in an attempt to avoid the latter’s long-distance travel.With the new rules approved in the country since the beginning of November last… View More →

  • Thu Mar 2023

    7 IT Master Programmes for Technology Geeks That Want to Study in Europe
    A total of 1.46 million students were attaining tertiary level studies in Europe throughout 2020, making the zone one of the most sought among international students.This proves that the 27-nation-bloc has gained a reputation due to its commitment to offering… View More →

  • Mon Mar 2023

    UK “still tops” study abroad destinations for Chinese students
    The UK remains the most attractive destination to Chinese students, according to new research by market intelligence firm BONARD.In a survey of 350 Chinese students, 45% said they would consider studying in the UK now – Canada was in second… View More →

  • Wed Mar 2023

    EU Increases Erasmus+ 2023 Annual Work Programme Budget, With a Focus on Ukrainian Learners & Staff
    The European Commission has announced that the general budget of the Erasmus+ Annual Work Programme for this year has been increased to a new total of €4.43 billion, which is the highest annual financial amount ever achieved by the Erasmus+… View More →

  • Fri Mar 2023

    Number of First-Semester Foreign Students in Germany Increased By 10% in 2022 Academic Year
    Germany’s institutions of higher education registered a total of 474,900 new entrants in the academic year of 2022, based on the figures of the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis).The same source revealed that there was noted an increase of 2,500, or… View More →

  • Mon Mar 2023

    Canada extends post-graduate work permits by 18 months
    Canada will allow international graduates with recently expired or close-to-expiring work permits to stay in the country for an additional 18 months, the government announced today.Starting April 6, current post-graduate work permit holders will be able to opt into extending… View More →

  • Tue Apr 2023

    Danish universities emerge as top Horizon grant recipients
    Three Danish universities – up from only one in 2018 – feature among the top 10 recipients of funding from Europe’s flagship innovation programme Horizon Europe following the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union – with the three institutions… View More →

  • Thu Apr 2023

    University Students in Hungary Can Now Apply for Erasmus Scholarships for Autumn Semester
    University students in Hungary will be eligible to apply for Erasmus scholarships for the autumn semester in just the same way as before, the country’s Minister of Regional Development, Tibor Navracsics, has confirmed.Navracsics’ comments came following a meeting held with… View More →

  • Sat Apr 2023

    Germany EU Blue Card Changes Explained
    Germany has introduced several new changes to its Blue Card, which is a European Union-wide residence permit designed particularly to attract highly qualified workers from third countries, in fields where there’s a shortage of labour in the EU countries.The German… View More →

  • Sat Apr 2023

    UK ELT sector calls for government action to ease post-Brexit impacts
    Short on time? Here are the highlights: The sector’s peak body, English UK, is calling for a package of government reforms designed to restore the country’s competitiveness and its position as the leading ELT destination worldwide Perhaps most notable is… View More →

  • Mon May 2023

    Strengthen Dutch learning in our universities”, minister insists
    Dutch will gradually become the main language in educational institutions in the Netherlands – and international students will have to learn too, the education minister has suggested.In a new letter Robbert Dijkgraaf sent to the prime minister of the country,… View More →

  • Thu Apr 2023

    Germany: 25,000 Indian student visa applications
    The German embassy in India has some 25,000 student visa applications for the next two semesters, the country’s ambassador to India has detailed.Germany has seen its Indian student numbers “explode” over recent years, ambassador Philipp Ackerman said during a panel… View More →

  • Thu Apr 2023

    Germany: 25,000 Indian student visa applications.
    The German embassy in India has some 25,000 student visa applications for the next two semesters, the country’s ambassador to India has detailed.Germany has seen its Indian student numbers explode over recent years, ambassador Philipp Ackerman said during a panel… View More →

  • Fri May 2023

    ICEF and AIRC renew strategic partnership
    The American International Recruitment Council and ICEF have announced a renewed strategic partnership with closer cooperation in programming, events and credentialing.“ICEF and AIRC share a determination to improve professional standards in international student recruitment,” said Markus Badde, CEO, ICEF.“We firmly… View More →

  • Fri Jun 2023

    New project to boost quality, relevance of graduate students
    A new European Union-funded project meant to enhance the quality and relevance of the training of graduate students and young researchers in Africa has the potential to help ease the shortage of academic staff and researchers at universities.The Internationalisation and… View More →

  • Mon May 2023

    Most foreign students to be banned from bringing families to UK in immigration crackdown
    The new restrictions are set to apply to overseas students beginning courses after January 2024 New immigration rules that will ban most foreign students from bringing their families to the UK were announced on Tuesday.The Government said the number of… View More →

  • Sun Jun 2023

    Australia consulting on upcoming changes in overseas student reform
    Australia’s government is looking to enact wide-ranging changes this academic year to put a stop to unscrupulous agent behaviour and non-genuine students switching courses aided by onshore agents, according to an Education department representative.It is also considering amendments to written… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2023

    Canada: IRCC expands range of accepted SDS English tests
    Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has expanded the range of accepted English language tests for the Student Direct Stream, causing the shares of previous monopolisers IDP to plummet.Previously, the Canadian government only accepted IDP Education’s IELTS but the move means… View More →

  • Sat Jun 2023

    Welsh and Canada universities sign new partnership
    Universities in Wales and Canada have reached a new agreement to strengthen educational cooperation between the two countries.Institutions have committed to developing long-term relationships and promoting collaboration between the nations under a new Memorandum of Understanding signed by Universities Wales… View More →

  • Mon Jun 2023

    Berkeley and Sweden’s KTH sign tech deal
    University of California, Berkeley and Sweden’s KTH Royal Institute of Technology will expand educational and research exchanges in technology under a new agreement.The five-year agreement focuses on computer science, biotechnology, chemistry, mechanical engineering and basic scientific exploration partnership. It was… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2023

    Quebec: French exit exam added to some programs
    A last minute addition to Quebec’s Bill 96 will require international students in some continuing education CEGEP programs to take a French exit exam – a move some stakeholders are concerned will deter incoming mobility.The change applies to Attestation of… View More →

  • Sat Jul 2023

    Norway confirms end of free non-EU tuition to dismay of student groups
    Norway rsquo;s student organisation leader has called the parliament’s overwhelming vote to introduce tuition fees for non-EU students a “betrayal”. After months of debate and opposition from many universities in the country, the Labour Party-run government will introduce fees for… View More →

  • Tue Jul 2023

    CEG to open pathway centre in Maynooth, Ireland
    Cambridge Education Group has announced ONCAMPUS Ireland will open at UniHaven College in Maynooth later this year. The new teaching centre will begin operating two-semester foundation programs from October 2023. It has been created in partnership with the Irish medical education pathway provider Castel Education that CEG… View More →

  • Fri Jul 2023

    Bulgaria Starts Talks With EU Commission to Adopt Euro as Parallel Currency
    The government of Bulgaria is looking forward to introducing the euro as a parallel payment currency to the lev in early 2024. The decision has been confirmed by the Finance Minister Asen Vasilev, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports. Authorities in this Balkan country are holding… View More →

  • Thu Jul 2023

    Portugal Modernising Its Visa Application Platform to Avoid Limited Number of Appointment Slots
    The Portuguese authorities have announced that the country is updating its online visa application platform in an attempt to avoid a limited number of applications and long waiting times for a spot. Announcing the news and informing the Parliament of the changes,… View More →

  • Mon Jul 2023

    Germany Welcomes International Students with Free Blocked Accounts and Services
    Expatrio, a blocked account provider in Germany, is offering international students heading to the country the chance to open a blocked account at no cost, saving up to €109.A blocked account or Sperrkonto is a type of bank account into… View More →

  • Wed Jul 2023

    UK Students Regain Access to Spanish Universities Like in Pre-Brexit Times
    Spain and the United Kingdom have signed an agreement that will enable students from both countries to have access to respective universities, making the higher education institutions more accessible for young people from these two countries.The agreement was signed between… View More →

  • Sat Jul 2023

    €402.2m for Euro-Universities alliances in 2023
    The European Commission has revealed seven additional alliances are joining the European Universities network, bringing the total number to 50, each helping to “pave the way” towards a joint European degree. The additions mean that the network is now comprised of more… View More →

  • Mon Jul 2023

    Melbourne to support international student talent under new global strategy
    Melbourne plans to improve international student employment opportunities as part of a long-term strategy to enhance the city’s global standing.  Australia’s second-most populous city has released its new framework for international engagement, which sets out seven priority areas for global relationships and… View More →

  • Wed Jul 2023

    TUM Center for Educational Technologies opened
    The Technical University of Munich (TUM) strengthens research, further education and spin-offs in educational technologies. In the new TUM Center for Educational Technologies, interdisciplinary research teams will investigate the effectiveness of digital tools for learning and teaching and develop new applications. The… View More →

  • Sat Jul 2023

    5-Year Work Visa For Indian Students Pursuing Masters In France: PM Modi
    The Prime Minister, who arrived in Paris on Thursday on a two-day official visit, was accorded a ceremonial welcome at the airport. He was welcomed by French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne at the airport. Paris: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on… View More →

  • Mon Jul 2023

    Sector welcomes new US STEM OPT guidance
    A list of eight new majors will now be eligible for a program allowing international students to work in the US for three years post-graduation, replacing the prior one-year limit, in a new US government announcement. The departments of immigration and… View More →

  • Wed Jul 2023

    Report: TNE benefits “need more detail”
    TNE collaboration in Europe needs reform so universities can better understand and utilise its benefits, according to the author of a new report from the Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities.The Transnational education and mobility in higher education: looking back –… View More →

  • Mon Jul 2023

    Northern Ireland students to access Erasmus+
    The government of Ireland has committed €2 million to allow students in Northern Ireland to access the Erasmus+ exchange program, despite the UK pulling out of the program when it left the European Union in 2020. While students in Scotland, Wales and… View More →

  • Sat Jul 2023

    TOEFL review pauses use for Australian visas
    The TOEFL iBT test will be unavailable for Australian visa purposes as ETS rolls out an “enhanced” test and waits for Australian authorities to review the new exam, the testing provider has confirmed to The PIE. According to the Department of… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2023

    Finland Will Not Accept Visa & Residence Permit Applications in Russia From Aug.1
    The Finnish authorities have announced that the country will no longer accept visa and residence permit applications at the VFS centre in Saint Petersburg from August 1, 2023. “Visa and residence permit applications to Finland will not be accepted at… View More →

  • Thu Aug 2023

    France aiming to welcome 30,000 Indian students by 2030
    The latest Franco-Indian roadmap will see a new target of 30,000 Indian students in France by 2030, as well as a five-year short-stay Schengen visa for Indian master’s graduates who have spent a semester in France. To mark the 25th anniversary… View More →

  • Fri Aug 2023

    Project “Control Gest” developed by students of the Universitat de València wins the interuniversity competition Aula Emprende Triple Impacto
    The principal of the Universitat de València received the members of the team and the tutor teaching staff to congratulate them and to find out a little more about this project that uses artificial intelligence to prevent the most prevalent… View More →

  • Mon Aug 2023

    UK told to “prep” East Asia students for skills gaps
    Higher education institutions in the UK hosting students from China, Malaysia and East Asian countries should be helping them prepare for industry skills gaps back home, a new report has suggested. The British Council’s Preparing students for the jobs of the… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2023

    Greece gears up for international education boom
    Greece is gearing up for an international education boom, with its universities focused on an internationalization drive and the inception of new Study in Greece initiatives, according to a key stakeholder. Christos Michalakelis, the project manager and president of Study in… View More →

  • Sat Aug 2023

    Turkey hosting 300,000 int’l students
    More than 300,000 international students enrolled in Turkish universities in the 2022/23 academic year, reaching a target set by the Turkey Foreign Economic Relations Board (DE?K) last year. A total of 301,694 non-Turkish students enrolled at institutions across the country in… View More →

  • Mon Aug 2023

    German Embassy in India Reduces Schengen Visa Processing Time to 8 Weeks
    Citizens of India applying for a German Schengen visa will now receive the document faster as the processing time has been reduced. According to the Times of India, the deputy head of mission at the German Embassy in India, Georg Enzweiler,… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2023

    Employment of Newly Graduates in the EU Reached Record High in 2022
    About 82 per cent of recent graduates in the EU were employed in 2022, raising the share of employment rate among this category by seven percentage points in the eight-year period, with only the COVID-19 pandemic temporarily slowing down the… View More →

  • Sat Aug 2023

    SCHOLARSHIP: New Law scholarship by UK will make legal qualification open to all
    The candidate will receive a grant of up to £1,558 (?164 lakh) depending on their chosen course, The scholarship is open to international students in any location, including anyone residing in India. This offers an opportunity for Indian learners to… View More →

  • Mon Aug 2023

    159 Erasmus+ Projects Selected for Global Higher Education Modernisation
    The European Commission has chosen 159 initiatives to receive funding through the Erasmus+ Capacity Building for Higher Education program, which is dedicated to enhancing the quality of higher education and promoting its modernisation across third countries.In a recent statement, the… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2023

    UCAS Chief: UK Must Offer Welcoming Environment to Int’l Students or Lose Them to Australia, Canada & US
    The United Kingdom should make international students feel welcome; otherwise, they will choose to study in other countries, the head of the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) has said.UCAS Chief Executive Clare Marchant highlighted the rise in the number… View More →

  • Sat Aug 2023

    Central European University Expands Scholarships for Erasmus Mundus Master’s in Public Policy Program with Support from EU
    CEU’s Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Program in Public Policy (Mundus MAPP) has been awarded renewed external funding to support the continuation and expansion of the two-year transnational joint master’s degree program for another five years. The grant of 5,472,000 euros,… View More →

  • Mon Aug 2023

    Netherlands Marks Almost 18k Student Residence Permit Applications in First 7 Months of 2023
    A total of 17,870 applications for residence to study in the Netherlands have been received by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (IND) up to this point. Of the total, nearly 14,000 have been granted with a positive response up to… View More →

  • Wed Aug 2023

    Edisu call for scholarships, housing service and degree award - Deadline: 5 September
    Last days to apply for scholarships and housing services for the 2023-24 academic year .    The Edisu Piemonte notice expires on 5 September at 12pm . After this date it is not possible to submit requests for the services of the body for the right to… View More →

  • Sat Sep 2023

    Enrolment support desk for international students a.y. 2023-2024
    If you are an international student (EU or non-EU) holding a foreign study qualification eligible for enrolment in one of our degree programs for academic year 2023-24, and you are ready to proceed with the enrolment, follow the instructions available at theweb page Enrolment for… View More →

  • Sat Sep 2023

    Technical University of Munich to Reintroduce Tuition Fees for Students From Non-EU Countries
    The Technical University of Munich (TUM) has announced that it will reintroduce tuition fees for all students from non-European Union countries. Confirming the decision, the University President, Thomas Hofmann, said the tuition fees for non-EU students will start applying from… View More →

  • Sat Sep 2023

    Closer ties for German U15 and Canadian unis
    The German U15 group of research-intensive universities has signed a long-term agreement to support closer ties between researchers and universities at its Canadian counterpart, U15 Canada. During meetings on August 28-29, senior leaders from the 15 German institutions visited Canada’s University of Toronto, the University of… View More →

  • Wed Sep 2023

    Finland Becomes the First World Country to Test Digital Travel Documents.
    The Finnish Border Guard has announced that Finns will be the first in the world to test digital travel documents starting from today, August 28. According to the Border Guard, all Finns on Finnair’s flights who will be travelling to… View More →

  • Mon Sep 2023

    European University Cyprus: Call For Applications For The Master's Degree In "Mental Health Nursing"
    The Faculty of Applied Sciences of our University is accepting admission applications from prospective students for the Master's Degree in "Mental Health Nursing" for the Fall Term 2023 .The MSc Mental Health Nursing covers all the requirements for the registration… View More →

  • Tue Sep 2023

    Pass Rates for Final Exams in the Netherlands Rebound to Regular Levels Despite the Impact of COVID-19
    Pass rates for final exams have returned to normal levels despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, as nearly 90 per cent of all exam students in secondary education attained their diploma in the last academic year.According to a press… View More →

  • Wed Sep 2023

    4 in 10 Students Completed at Least an Internship During Their Studies in Switzerland
    Around 38 per cent of students in Switzerland said in 2022 that they had completed at least an internship since they started their university studies.According to the Swiss Federal Statistical Office, internships are widespread as a form of training at… View More →

  • Thu Sep 2023

    Ireland Introduces Application Form for Extension of Student Permission
    The Irish authorities have announced that the country’s Domestic Residence and Permissions Division (DRP) has introduced an application form for the Extension of Student Conditions. According to the Department of Justice, all students who have been refused registration at their… View More →

  • Mon Oct 2023

    Netherlands: International Students More Interested in Law & Human Sciences Programmes
    Almost 123,000 international students were enrolled in Dutch universities and vocational training in the 2022/2023 academic year, representing 15 per cent of the total student population.According to Statistics Netherlands, over three-quarters of total international students, representing 93,410 scholars, were from… View More →

  • Wed Oct 2023

    Finland Starts Automatic Post-Issuance Monitoring of Student Residence Permits
    The Finnish Immigration has announced that the automatic post-decision monitoring of student residence permits has started on September 28, and it aims to check that students are still eligible for the residence permit granted to them. In a press release,… View More →

  • Thu Oct 2023

    Germany Introduces Border Controls With Czechia & Poland
    The German authorities announced on Wednesday that the country has decided to increase border controls along “smuggling routes” on the border with Czechia and Poland. As the Federal Ministry of Interior explains, the checks have been intensified with the aim… View More →

  • Mon Oct 2023

    Bulgaria’s Minister of Internal Affairs Aims for Schengen Entry with Romania in December
    The Bulgarian Minister of Internal Affairs, Kalin Stoianov, expressed his hopes that Bulgaria and Romania will be admitted to the Schengen Zone in December this year, stressing that the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the European Union will do… View More →

  • Wed Oct 2023

    Netherlands: a third of international grads stay to work
    Three in ten international students stay in the Netherlands to work after graduating, data from the Central Bureau of Statistics shows. Some 32% of international students who graduated in the 2018/2019 academic year were in employment in the Netherlands one year later,… View More →

  • Thu Oct 2023

    IE University in Spain Europe’s most diverse – QS
    European universities with the continent’s highest diversity of international students have been identified in the inaugural QS Europe University Rankings, with institutions in Spain, Poland and Switzerland taking the top three spots. IE University in Segovia, Spain, was ranked top in the… View More →

  • Mon Oct 2023

    Portugal Accelerates Recognition of Foreign Medical Degrees
    Portugal has decided to speed up the recognition of medical degrees issued by foreign higher education institutions. Announcing the news, the Portuguese government said that all those who hold medical degrees issued by foreign institutions will have access to a… View More →

  • Wed Oct 2023

    UK to Launch Electronic Travel Authorisation on October 25 in Trial With Qatar Nationals
    The United Kingdom is set to launch a travel authorisation requirement – the Electronic Travel Authorisation (ETA) – this month for visitors from Qatar. As the UK authorities have explained, ETA is set to launch on October 25 in a… View More →

  • Thu Oct 2023

    Non-EEA Nationals Residing in Ireland Advised to Renew Their Expiring Permits Before Holiday Period
    The Irish authorities have advised all nationals of non-EEA countries who are legally residing in Ireland and whose residence permits will expire soon to submit a renewal application as soon as possible. Taking into consideration the approaching Christmas holiday period,… View More →

  • Mon Oct 2023

    36,000 Youngsters Born in 2005 Can Now Apply for Free Travel Passes to Discover Europe
    A total of 36,000 young people born in 2005 can now apply for a free travel pass to discover Europe under the DiscoverEU ProgrammeThe Commission launched the DiscoverEU autumn call on October 4, and this application round will end on… View More →

  • Wed Oct 2023

    A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WAS SIGNED BETWEEN EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY AND THE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES WÜRZBURG-SCHWEINFURT UNIVERSITY
    A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between European University and the Technical University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt University.The agreement aims at supporting joint research and educational projects and facilitating student as well as academic/administrative staff mobility.The Technical University of Applied… View More →

  • Thu Oct 2023

    Finnish Government Wants to Impose Tuition Fees on Non-EU Students
    The National Coalition Party (NCP), which is the party of the Finnish Prime Minister, Petteri Orpo, wants foreign students to cover the full cost of their education, as the local Finnish media reports. According to the same source, the Ministry… View More →

  • Wed Sep 2023

    Minister Says Exclusion of Hungarian Universities From Erasmus+ Is a Political Mistake
    The Minister of Regional Development In Hungary, Tibor Navracsics, said that excluding Hungarian universities from the Erasmus+ program is irrational and a political mistake. He went on describing the decision as “ideological discrimination.”During the opening day of the fifth annual… View More →

  • Thu Sep 2023

    European Universities Urge Rapid Agreement as UK-EU Horizon Europe Deadline Approaches
    As the deadline for the British government to agree with the European Union’s conditions about the UK’s association to Horizon Europe approaches, European universities have once again united in urging political leaders to reach an agreement as soon as possible.By… View More →

  • Mon Oct 2023

    All You Need to Know About EES & ETIAS Following New Confirmed Timeline
    The European Union just recently endorsed a new timeline for the launch of the Entry/Exit System (EES) and European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS), saying that the two systems won’t become operational this year. In line with the new timeline, the Council… View More →

  • Wed Nov 2023

    Germany Making It Easier for Skilled Foreign Workers to Move to the Country
    The German authorities have said that they are moving on with the plan to facilitate some immigration measures so that foreign skilled workers can more easily move to the country for work purposes. Just recently, the German government announced that… View More →

  • Thu Nov 2023

    New Danish Law Mandates 37-Hour Workweek for Social Support Beneficiaries
    The Danish government recently approved a law requiring individuals receiving social support benefits to engage in internships and employment programmes for 37 hours weekly. In a statement issued on October 13, the European Commission said that this requirement applies to… View More →

  • Mon Nov 2023

    Demand for IT Specialists to Increase in Europe, Eurostat Representatives Say
    IT specialists and occupations in this sector are expected to be in high demand in the upcoming years, as they already are, representatives from Eurostat, the EU Office for Statistics, said in the latest webinar for job skills.In a series… View More →

  • Wed Nov 2023

    Germany Adopts First Part of New Skilled Worker Law This Month
    This month, the first new regulations that aim to make it easier for foreign-skilled workers to emigrate to Germany will enter into force.Taking into account the labour shortages that the country has been facing, the German government decided to reform… View More →

  • Thu Nov 2023

    Portugal Allocates €70 Million for Higher Education Accommodation
    The National Plan for Higher Education Accommodation in Portugal will receive an investment of €70 million, with the primary goal of reinforcing support for higher education institutions in response to the rising construction expenses experienced over the past year, Portugal’s… View More →

  • Mon Nov 2023

    New Train Line Between Lithuania’s & Latvia’s Capital Cities to Be Launched This December
    The Lithuanian Railways Group’s company, LTG Link has recently announced that the inaugural journey for the Vilnius-Riga rail link is set to start on December 27 this year, with the warning that the dates may be modified. The company also… View More →

  • Wed Nov 2023

    Romania Calls for Extraordinary Meeting for Schengen Enlargement in December
    The Prime Minister of Romania, Marcel Ciolacu, told Bloomberg that he plans to ask the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the European Union to schedule an extraordinary meeting of the Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) Council in December this… View More →

  • Thu Nov 2023

    42% of EU’s Youth Attain Tertiary Education, Eurostat Reveals
    In 2022, 42 per cent of the EU’s 25-34 age group achieved tertiary education, highlighting the EU’s commitment to higher learning, reported Eurostat. The Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics 2 (NUTS 2) statistics reveal that out of the available… View More →

  • Mon Nov 2023

    EU Council Gives Green Light to Online Schengen Visa Applications
    Summary EU Council adopted new rules that allow people who plan to travel to the Schengen Area to apply online for a visa. Application will be made through a single EU visa application platform. Current visa sticker will be replaced… View More →

  • Wed Nov 2023

    Luxembourg to bring in school integration plan
    A new initiative will be implemented this summer aiming to improve the integration process for international students as they join Luxembourg’s school system. The Service for Integration and Admission in School initiative will serve as a comprehensive resource for families arriving in Luxembourg… View More →

  • Thu Nov 2023

    German leader appeals to int’l graduates
    Chancellor Olaf Scholz has said international graduates of Germany’s higher education system will help to “successfully” develop the country’s economy. Speaking at Gisma University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam, Scholz said it was “inspiring to see how many students from… View More →

  • Mon Nov 2023

    Austria to Release New More Secure Passport This December
    KEY TAKEAWAYSStarting next month, Austrian citizens can apply for the new “contemporary and citizen oriented” passport.The new Austrian passport includes advanced identity protection and anti-forgery features.Citizens will not have to pay any additional fees to get a new Austrian passport.Austria… View More →

  • Wed Nov 2023

    Sweden Planning to Introduce ID Checks for Travellers to the Country
    KEY TAKEAWAYSSweden wants to reintroduce ID checks for travellers to the country by bus, train, or ship.Such a measure is being considered to maintain order and security.The measure is expected to enter into force on March 1, 2024.In an effort… View More →

  • Mon Nov 2023

    Turkish students prefer Eastern Europe for affordable higher education
    The universities in Eastern Europe have recently witnessed a rising demand from Turkish students seeking to receive university education abroad as these universities offer more affordable opportunities compared the ones in the U.S., the U.K. and Canada. According to the International Education Consultants Association, the… View More →

  • Mon Dec 2023

    Reduced Cost: Germany’s Student Deutschlandticket Drops to €29.4 Next Summer Semester
    An agreement between the federal and state governments on a nationwide ticket for students in Germany, regardless of their origin, has paved the way for the latter to travel across the country at a lower price.About 2.9 million students in… View More →

  • Thu Dec 2023

    France Introduces Discounted Summer Train Fares to “Help Locals & Tourists Save Money
    Authorities in France have announced discounted summer train fares in order to help holidaymakers as well as locals to save money. The decision has been confirmed by France’s Minister of Transport Clément Beaune, SchengenVisanfo.com reports. According to a Euronews report, earlier this… View More →

  • Wed Dec 2023

    Spain Wants to Hire More Foreign Drivers Amid Ongoing Labour Shortage
    KEY TAKEAWAYSSpain is currently dealing with a significant worker shortage in the transport sector.To remedy the situation, some ministries have decided to work together on facilitating immigration rules for foreign workers.Around 20 per cent of transport companies are in need… View More →

  • Mon Dec 2023

    Munich Ranks Best City in Germany for International Students, Berlin 6th on List
    Munich is currently the best city in Germany for international students, according to new research.The study conducted by Studying-in-Germany.org, the largest resource for international students seeking information about studying and living in Germany, found that Munich, home to nearly 55,300… View More →

  • Wed Dec 2023

    Erasmus+ Program Supported Over 1.2 Million Students & Teachers in 2022
    Erasmus+, the EU’s program for education, training, youth, and sport in Europe, enabled academic mobility of more than 1.2 million students, learners, professors, teachers, trainers, and youth over the past year, the 2022 edition of the Erasmus+ Annual Report has… View More →

  • Thu Dec 2023

    Switzerland Adapts Laws for Digitalisation of Schengen Visa Application
    *  KEY TAKEAWAYSSwitzerland has opened a consultation on the digitalisation of Schengen visa applications.The country said it will amend its laws to allow digital visa applications once the system becomes effective.The procedures for applying for a Schengen visa are planned… View More →

  • Mon Dec 2023

    Munich Is the Best German City for International Students, New Ranking Reveals
    Munich has secured the spot as the best German city for international students in 2024, with a score of 53.2, a new unique ranking has revealed.According to a study conducted by Studying-in-Germay.org, the capital of Bavaria, which has 20 universities… View More →

  • Wed Dec 2023

    Irish Universities get €33.4m to Boost Knowledge Transfer System
    The KT Boost programme will support offices in universities across Ireland to boost the sharing of information and ‘bring more Irish ingenuity to the world’.A four-year funding programme has been launched to improve the commercialisation of research projects and improve… View More →

  • Thu Dec 2023

    Concerns Mount Over UK Education as PISA Tests Reveal Alarming Decline
    The recent findings from the Programme for International Student Assessment tests, gauging the educational proficiency of 15-year-olds across nations, have sparked significant apprehension over the state of education in the United Kingdom.The 2022 results underscore a noteworthy deterioration in core… View More →

  • Mon Dec 2023

    EU Reveals Name of New Digital Schengen Visa Application Platform – Says Transition Will Take Up to 7 Years
    KEY TAKEAWAYSThe platform for applying for a digital Schengen visa will be called the EU Visa Application Platform (EU VAP).The transitioning period from traditional in-person application procedures, to online will last for several years.Member States will be able to choose… View More →

  • Wed Dec 2023

    VFS Global Will Continue to Provide Visa & Residence Permit Services for Norway in 52 Countries
    KEY TAKEAWAYSVFS Global will continue to accept visa and residence permit applications on behalf of Norway in 52 countries.VFS Global has been offering services for Norway since 2014.Some countries where VFS Global will continue to offer services for Norway are… View More →

  • Thu Dec 2023

    Foreigners Will Soon Be Able to Obtain a Single EU Work & Residence Permit
    KEY TAKEAWAYSNon-EU workers will be able to obtain a single work and residence permit soon.A common set of rights will apply to non-EU workers once revised legislation is adopted.The revised legislation will establish streamlined application procedures to facilitate recruitment.  … View More →

  • Mon Jan 2024

    Portugal Offers Salary Bonuses for Graduates Remaining in the Country
    Students earning a bachelor’s or master’s degree from higher education institutions in Portugal (public or private) and who stay to work in the country, from now on will receive salary bonuses, the Portuguese government has announced.The decision on this innovative… View More →

  • Wed Jan 2024

    Czech Universities Oppose Tough Rules in International Student Visa Program
    Higher education institutions in the Czech Republic have strongly opposed the new tough rules introduced by the government in the Czech Republic’s student visa regime, a program that facilitates visa procedures for selected international students.Local media reports say that the… View More →

  • Thu Jan 2024

    Postgraduate students in the UK report higher satisfaction levels than domestic peers
    Non-EU overseas postgraduate students have indicated higher levels of satisfaction with their degrees compared to domestic students, as per the findings of Advance HE’s Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey 2023.The research, based on responses from nearly 84,000 postgraduate-taught students in 101… View More →

  • Mon Jan 2024

    Starting Today, Kosovars Can Travel Visa-Free to Schengen Zone
    KEY TAKEAWAYSKosovars can travel visa-free to the EU's Schengen Zone, marking the conclusion of an eleven-year process.The first visa-free flight for Kosovars left today at 8:00 am.In April 2023, the EU adopted visa-free travel for Kosovo’s passport holders.Starting today, Kosovars… View More →

  • Wed Jan 2024

    France Imposes Deposit Requirement for Non-EU Student Visa Candidates
    KEY TAKEAWAYSFrench government introduces a deposit requirement for student visa applicants from non-EU countries.The measure aims to provide a financial layer for students, but it has received mixed reactions from those affected.The amount can be refunded, but it will be… View More →

  • Thu Jan 2024

    Foreign Carers in Malta Will Soon Need to Obtain a Skills Card for Elderly Care
    KEY TAKEAWAYSMalta will start requiring foreign carers to obtain a skills card to be able to take care of the elderly in the country.The skills card will ease the procedures for hiring foreign carers for the elderly.The introduction of the… View More →

  • Mon Jan 2024

    UK Implements Visa Rules for International Students' Dependents
    International students in the United Kingdom will no longer be permitted to bring dependents while on their student visa, except for those enrolled in research postgraduate programs.New restrictions were announced in May 2023 by former British home secretary Suella Braverman… View More →

  • Wed Jan 2024

    France implements stricter immigration measures for int’l students, workers
    The French government has approved substantial changes to the country’s immigration laws, bringing in more stringent regulations affecting international students and foreign workers.Regarding student visas, applicants will now be required to submit a refundable deposit at the time of application,… View More →

  • Thu Jan 2024

    UK sector gears up to protect post-study work Graduate visa
    Advocates for the UK’s Graduate visa are gearing up efforts into protecting the post-study work right opportunity for international students ahead of a review into the scheme.The government announced a review into the two-year visa option for international graduates to… View More →

  • Mon Jan 2024

    More Than 36,000 European Youngsters Receive Free Rail Passes to Explore Europe
    KEY TAKEAWAYS36,319 youngsters from Europe will be awarded free travel passes to discover Europe.The free travel passes are distributed through the DiscoverEU initiative.Youngsters from Spain submitted and received the highest number of passes.A total of 36,319 young Europeans of the… View More →

  • Wed Jan 2024

    German Parliament Approves Law That Makes It Easier to Gain German Citizenship
    KEY TAKEAWAYSThe German parliament has approved the New Citizenship law, which will make it possible for more foreigners to become German citizens.Throughout the plenary, the CDU/CSU introduced a motion to halt the intended changes, which was rejected.The law will make… View More →

  • Thu Jan 2024

    Hungary to Restrict Visas for Foreign Temporary Workers
    KEY TAKEAWAYSHungary will limit the number of visas issued to non-EU temporary workers.The Hungarian Ministry of Economy said that this year, the country will issue a maximum of 65,000 visas to foreign temporary workers.Hungary will also ban foreign workers from… View More →

  • Mon Jan 2024

    International Road Transport Union Calls on EU Commission to Tackle Disruptive Border Delays
    KEY TAKEAWAYSBulgaria and Romania's efforts to combat irregular migration as they seek accession to the Schengen Zone have sparked concerns from the IRU.The organisation asserts that these measures disproportionately impact goods transport and trade.IRU called on the EC to support… View More →

  • Wed Jan 2024

    Best Universities in Germany to Study Science, Technology, Engineering & Math for 2024
    Germany holds an important position among leading countries in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields. As a result, there is a significant demand for STEM skills in the country.Students wishing to study STEM programs at German universities have… View More →

  • Thu Feb 2024

    Germany to Need Additional 280,000 to 690,000 Nursing Professionals by 2049
    KEY TAKEAWAYSGermany is expected to deal with sharp labour shortages in the next years.In the worst-case scenario, the country anticipated to need 690,000 nursing staff by 2049Germany is already making efforts to recruit foreign nursing staff.Due to the ageing population,… View More →

  • Mon Feb 2024

    Estonia Attracts Surging Numbers of International Students
    Estonia is witnessing a surge in international students from non-EU countries, drawing the attention of thousands, new figures have revealed.Following the Estonian Internal Security Service’s (ISS) statement that international students tend to discontinue education at Estonian universities quickly, data collected… View More →

  • Wed Feb 2024

    International Graduate Elected mayor of UK City
    Leeds is the UK’s fourth largest city and second largest civic authority serving a population of over 800,000 people. It is a major study destination with four universities and several colleges within the city limits.A graduate of the University of… View More →

  • Thu Feb 2024

    Bulgaria Names Street ‘Nomad Place’ in Bid to Attract More Digital Nomads
    KEY TAKEAWAYSA street in Semkovo, Bulgaria, has been officially named "Nomad Place" by the Ministry of Tourism and the municipality of Belia.The street is named after Coliving Semkovo, a place where digital nomads reside, located at "Nomad Place 1."The initiative… View More →

  • Mon Feb 2024

    Thailand Continues to Push for Schengen Visa Exemption.
    KEY TAKEAWAYSThailand wants to start Schengen visa exemption talks once it reaches an agreement with the neighboring countries.The agreement would enable EU tourists holding a visa from one of these countries to enter the others without the necessity of applying… View More →

  • Wed Feb 2024

    Dutch Education Council Suggests Govt to Reconsider Plans to Reduce Int’l Student Numbers
    The Education Council of the Netherlands said that the government should reconsider its plans to reduce the number of international students at Dutch universities.The council said the government needs to especially review the measures to reduce the use of English… View More →

  • Thu Feb 2024

    200,000 French students to benefit from the rollout of MIA, an AI-powered revision app
    MIA, an AI-powered app to revise literature and mathematics, will be rolled out to the French lycée students in later this year.Students in French lycées will be able to use a new educational tool powered by artificial intelligence (AI) to… View More →

  • Mon Feb 2024

    Women Represent 41% of EU Science & Engineering Workforce, Eurostat Report Reveals
    KEY TAKEAWAYSIn 2022, the EU recorded nearly 7.3 million women scientists and engineers.This group now accounts for 41 per cent of the total science and engineering workforce across the EU.Denmark, Lithuania, and Bulgaria top the list with the highest percentage… View More →

  • Wed Feb 2024

    Over 651,000 People Became German Citizens Within 5 Years
    KEY TAKEAWAYSA total of 651,495 people acquired German citizenship between 2018 and 2022, with the majority of those coming from Turkiye, Syria and the United Kingdom.Romanians, Poles, and Italians were among the top ten nationalities that became German citizens during… View More →

  • Thu Feb 2024

    EU Commissioner to Ask British Government to Ease Visa Procedures & Lower Visa Costs for Scientists
    KEY TAKEAWAYSIliana Ivanova, the EU Commissioner, is set to ask the UK government to ease visa procedures and reduce visa costs for scientists in order to fully benefit from the Horizon programme.Visa issues and high costs may jeopardise the UK's… View More →

  • Mon Feb 2024

    More International Students Apply to UK Universities, Chinese Applicants Lead
    Universities and colleges in the United Kingdom have witnessed a 7 percent increase in international student applications for undergraduate programs this year, according to the latest figures from the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).UCAS data show the number of… View More →

  • Wed Feb 2024

    Indians’ Interest in Applying for Schengen Visas Will Surge This Year, VFS Global Says
    KEY TAKEAWAYSA higher number of Indians are expected to apply for Schengen visas this year, exceeding the pre-pandemic levels.VFS Global said that Schengen countries have hired additional staff, and some have increased the number of available slots.Indians are expected not… View More →

  • Thu Feb 2024

    These Are the Most Welcoming European Cities to Visit in 2024
    KEY TAKEAWAYSEU destinations dominate three of the top five spots in Booking.com's Traveller Review Awards for 2024.The ranking for this year was made from reviews gathered from over 309 million customers.The world's most welcoming destinations for 2024 include European countries… View More →

  • Mon Mar 2024

    New French Embassy's scholarship propels Indian students towards excellence in management education
    In an effort to provide new opportunities for Indian students, KEDGE Business School, in collaboration with the French Embassy, has introduced "co-financed scholarships.KEDGE Business School has established itself as a significant player in international business and management education. In a noteworthy… View More →

  • Wed Mar 2024

    European universities remain committed to supporting Ukrainian higher education and research after two years of war
    Ukrainian higher education institutions and their communities continue to be profoundly affected by the ongoing hostilities marked, on 24 February 2024, by the two-year anniversary of the Russian Federation’s invasion of Ukraine.On this occasion, the European University Association expresses its… View More →

  • Thu Mar 2024

    Austria & US Introduce New Working Holiday Program for Young Professionals & Students
    KEY TAKEAWAYSYoung Austrian and US citizens will have the opportunity to work and explore each other’s countries for up to 12 months.Beneficiaries of the working holiday program will not need an additional work permit.Apart from the US, Austria has signed… View More →

  • Mon Mar 2024

    Germany: 2nd Stage of New Skilled Worker Immigration Law Is Effective as of Today
    KEY TAKEAWAYSThe second stage of the German Skilled Worker Immigration Law has come into force on March 1.Now, foreigners will be able to move to Germany for employment purposes under facilitated rules.Those with two years of experience, nurses, and students… View More →

  • Wed Mar 2024

    Russian Dual Citizens Defy EU Bans by Using Malta & Cyprus Golden Passports to Visit Switzerland
    KEY TAKEAWAYSThe "Golden Passes" offered by Malta and Cyprus are believed to be a factor for Russians still being able to visit Switzerland despite stringent sanctions.The number of Russians visiting Switzerland plummeted in 2022 and 2023, while a boom in… View More →

  • Thu Mar 2024

    EU’s Increased Visa Fees to Cost Algerians Over €36 Million
    KEY TAKEAWAYS The Schengen visa application fees are set to increase from €80 to €90. This represents an increase of 12.5 percent in visa fees for Algerian nationals.If approved, the increase in visa fees will result in a significant financial… View More →

  • Mon Mar 2024

    Aiming High: France’s Plan To Attract 500k Int’l Students To Be Gamechanger
    France is ambitiously aiming to welcome over half a million international students by 2027, building on a strategy initiated in 2019. Recent data from Campus France shows a 2.6% increase in international student enrollment compared to 2021/22, marking a 17%… View More →

  • Wed Mar 2024

    European ‘Godfathers of wind’ jointly win the ‘Nobel prize’ of engineering
    Danish Henrik Stiesdal and British Andrew Garrad have been working on improving wind power for some 50 years - and have split the prestigious Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering for their roles.The winners of the “Nobel prize of engineering” have… View More →

  • Thu Mar 2024

    Bulgaria to Grant Schengen Visas to Russians From April 1
    KEY TAKEAWAYSBulgarian authorities have announced plans to issue Schengen visas to Russian citizens starting April 1, 2024.The processing time for visa applications will be consistent with other Schengen Zone countries, as confirmed by the TASS agency.Visa-related tasks will be handled… View More →

  • Mon Mar 2024

    UAE Foreign Residents Who Need a Schengen Visa Warned of Scammers
    KEY TAKEAWAYSVFS Global has warned of scammers all UAE foreign residents who need a Schengen visa to enter the EU.The company advised everyone to apply for a visa appointment on their own.Foreign UAE residents have also been advised to make… View More →

  • Wed Mar 2024

    EU Makes It Simpler for Foreign Workers to Obtain Combined Work & Residence Permits
    KEY TAKEAWAYSEU will soon make it simpler for third-country nationals to obtain Single Permits.Single Permit applicants will receive their application decision within 90 days maximum.Single Permit holders will be able to change their employer, and those unemployed will have greeted… View More →

  • Thu Mar 2024

    Germany Facilitates Visa Rules for Working International Students
    KEY TAKEAWAYSStudent visa holders are now allowed to work part-time jobs nine months ahead of the start of their academic courses.The same rules apply to apprenticeship applicants, while graduates from a German university will be allowed to change their field… View More →

  • Mon Apr 2024

    New Petition Demands Increase in Work Permit Duration for Int'l Students in Canada
    A new petition has been presented in the House of Commons of Canada, the elected assembly of the Parliament, asking for an extension of the validity period for Post-Graduation Work Permits (PGWP).The petition e4454 calls on the Minister of Immigration,… View More →

  • Wed Apr 2024

    This Is How Many Foreigners Will Be Able to Enter Norway, Slovakia & Germany for Work Purposes in 2024
    KEY TAKEAWAYSNorway will issue 6,000 residence permits to foreign skilled workers in 2024.Slovakia, on the other hand, will issue around 7,000 national visas for different groups of foreign workers.Germany plans on issuing a maximum of 25,000 work permits to foreigners… View More →

  • Thu Apr 2024

    French Airports Push EU for Entry/Exit System Launch Delay
    KEY TAKEAWAYSExecutives of French airports have urged the EU to delay the launch of the EES.Due to the Paris Olympics, they said that airports will be unable to set up the system in time.Executives asked for the EES to be… View More →

  • Mon Apr 2024

    Bulgaria Will Start Issuing 5-Year Multiple-Entry Schengen Visas to Kuwaitis From March 31
    KEY TAKEAWAYSBulgaria confirms that it will start issuing five-year multiple-entry visas to Kuwaitis from March 31, 2024.Bulgarian Schengen visas will be issued to all those who meet the conditions, Ambassador of Bulgaria to Kuwait, Dimitar Dimitrov, said.Kuwaitis have been called… View More →

  • Wed Apr 2024

    Bulgaria Applies New Visa Rules Since Becoming a Schengen Country: Here’s What You Need to Know
    KEY TAKEAWAYSBulgaria is now applying new visa rules, as of March 31, when it joined the Schengen Area.Travellers holding short-term visas issued by Bulgaria before March 31, can still enter Bulgaria, Romania, and Cyprus, but not the rest of the… View More →

  • Thu Apr 2024

    Commission rolls out blueprint for European degree
    The European Commission has presented a blueprint for a European degree, set to boost learning mobility within the EU and “cut red tape” for universities setting up joint degree programs at all levels.Published on March 27, the plan for the… View More →

  • Mon Apr 2024

    New Zealand sees 59,000 enrol in eight months
    Revealing the data on March 20, minister for Tertiary Education and Skills, Penny Simmonds, said that the figures confirm that “international students continue to find New Zealand an attractive education destination. For the university sector with 27,535 students enrolled, where… View More →

  • Wed Apr 2024

    EU Reduces Schengen Visa Fee for The Gambia to Standard €80
    KEY TAKEAWAYSEU has reduced the Schengen visa fee for Gambians to a standard €80.Since 2022, Gambians have been paying a €120 visa fee.The fee has been reduced to normal amid improved cooperation between The Gambia and the EU.   Reference… View More →

  • Thu Apr 2024

    Poland Closer to Eliminating Irregularities in Its Visa System
    KEY TAKEAWAYSThe work of the Working Group on eliminating irregularities in the Polish visa system, is coming to an end.The Working Group was established by the Migration Team's decision.It consists of experts with knowledge and appropriate decision-making competencies.   Reference… View More →

  • Mon Apr 2024

    The Europe we want': Italy's Democratic Party launches EU elections manifesto
    The Italian opposition is trying hard to cut through in an election cycle where the country's ruling right-wing parties are hoping for major gains.Italy's opposition Democratic Party has launched its European elections manifesto, committing itself to social and climate justice.Held… View More →

  • Wed Apr 2024

    Record 78,000 International Students Are Studying in Switzerland This Academic Year
    Is Switzerland becoming the new higher education hub for international students? Although the country may still need to become one of the top ten host destinations for international students, official data show that it has been appealing to an increasing… View More →

  • Thu Apr 2024

    NZ government consulting on visa fee rise
    Increased fee and levy rates on immigration services are being consulted on in New Zealand, with more information expected later in the year.“The New Zealand government is committed to improving the immigration funding system to ensure it is efficient, self-funding,… View More →

  • Mon Apr 2024

    University of Kent Opens New College for International Students
    University of Kent, a public university in England, opened its international college for international students (UK IC) in the Cornwallis building on the Canterbury campus.The vice-chancellor of the University of Kent, Karen Cox, said the move is “bold” and expects… View More →

  • Wed May 2024

    EU Parliament Calls for Revision of Georgia’s Visa-Free Status Following Controversial Bill Pass
    KEY TAKEAWAYS EU Parliament has called for the revision of the visa-free travel regime for Georgia.Such a call comes following the reintroduction of a controversial “foreign agents” bill.Gerogia’s Vice PM said that the visa-free travel suspension is improbable.   Reference… View More →

  • Thu May 2024

    UK and India partners launch health academy
    King’s College London, together with Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, the Hinduja Foundation UK and P.D. Hinduja Hospital & Medical Research Centre, will establish a Health Partners Academy in Maharashtra.It will deliver King’s and Guy’s and St Thomas’… View More →

  • Mon May 2024

    Germany Is World’s 5th Best Non-English Speaking Destination for International Workers
    KEY TAKEAWAYSGermany holds its position as Europe's leading work destination, ranking fifth globally in the "Decoding Global Talent 2024" report.Job seekers from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Türkiye, Pakistan, Hungary, and Ghana find Germany particularly appealing.Financial benefits and job offers are the… View More →

  • Wed May 2024

    International Students in Canada Will Be Allowed to Work Only 20 Hours a Week from May 1
    As of May 1, international students in Canada will no longer be allowed to work for more than 20 hours per week off-campus.Since November 2022, some international students in the country have been permitted to work off-campus more than 20… View More →

  • Thu May 2024

    Germany Saw 419,000 Foreigners on Work Permits at the End of 2023
    KEY TAKEAWAYSAt the end of 2023, around 419,000 non-EU residents were holding work permits in Germany.About 113,000 EU Blue Card holders were residing in Germany at the end of the same year.Women dominated only in the group of skilled workers… View More →

  • Mon May 2024

    Canada Study Permit Cap: Provinces’ allocation targets for the intake of overseas students finalised
    The 2024 study permit target of 236,000 has been approved, resulting in approximately 393,000 applications to be allocated.Canada’s new immigration rules and restrictions imposed on enrolment of international students are finally taking shape. On April 5, Marc Miller, Minister of… View More →

  • Wed May 2024

    Germany Will Double the Number of Annual Work Visas for Western Balkans to 50,000 Fro
    KEY TAKEAWAYSWestern Balkan workers will have privileged access to the German labour market from June 1.Germany will double the number of visas granted under the Western Balkans Regulation to 50,000.The next registrations for visa appointments can be made from May… View More →

  • Thu May 2024

    Nationals of These 11 EU Countries Will Be Able to Travel Visa-Free to China Until End of 2025
    KEY TAKEAWAYSChina has extended visa-free entry for nationals of 11 European Union countries.Nationals of Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Spain, and Switzerland will be able to enter China visa-free until the end of 2025.  … View More →

  • Mon May 2024

    DAAD awards 316 scholarships in South Asia
    In collaboration with Germany’s consulate generals and embassies, the German Academic Exchange Service has awarded 316 scholarships to students across South Asia for the academic year 2024/25.   Reference Link : https://thepienews.com/news/daad-awards-316-scholarships-across-south-asia/ View More →

  • Wed May 2024

    EU to Increase Schengen Visa Fees by 12% From June 11
    KEY TAKEAWAYSSchengen visa fees are set to increase to €90 from June 11.The decision has been revealed by the Slovenian MFA, though the EU has yet to make an announcement.The increase in Schengen visa fees has left applicants and organisations… View More →

  • Thu May 2024

    Australian Universities Say Certainty & Growth is Needed in Int’l Education
    Universities Australia (UA), the peak body for 39 Australian universities, has stressed the need for more “certainty, stability, and growth” in the country’s international education sector.In a recent statement, the organization said that the international education sector serves Australia in… View More →

  • Mon May 2024

    Top 5 Schengen Countries With the Highest Number of Short-Term Visa Applications in 2023 & Their Main Source Countries
    KEY TAKEAWAYSFrance, Germany, Spain, Italy and the Netherlands received most Schengen visa applications in 2023.Altogether, these five countries account for around 70 per cent of the total visa applications filed in the same year.Compared to last year, the number of… View More →

  • Wed May 2024

    Sector Welcomes “Stability” as UK Graduate Route is Retained
    Much to the relief of higher education stakeholders and international students, the UK Home Office confirmed on May 23 that the Graduate Route would not be changed or axed, instead vowing to “crackdown” on rogue agentsReference Link : https://thepienews.com/sector-welcomes-stability-uk-graduate-route-retained/ View More →

  • Thu May 2024

    Macron arrives in Germany for the first state visit by a French President in 24 years
    Germany and France, the EU's largest economies, have long been seen as the driving force of European integration, despite occasional policy differences.For the first time in 24 years, a French president has paid a state visit to Germany.President Emmanuel Macron… View More →

  • Mon Jun 2024

    Over 226,000 Descendants of Spaniards Have Applied for Spanish Citizenship Since 2022 Under Democratic Memory Law
    KEY TAKEAWAYSA total of 226,354 descendants of Spaniards have applied for Spanish citizenship since October 2022.Of all the number of applicants, 110,540 of them have received a positive decision on their application.So far this year, Spain has registered 69,421 requests… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2024

    International Students May Soon Have to Pay Higher Tuition Fees in Switzerland
    International students studying at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH Zurich and Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) may soon face a huge increase in tuition fees.The House of Representatives accepted the proposal to raise fees on Wednesday, May… View More →

  • Thu Jun 2024

    Netherlands records slowest int’l student growth in nine years
    The 5.4% rise in international student numbers in the year 2023-24 was the smallest recorded in the Netherlands since 2014The basis of a four-party right-wing coalition government has been agreed, announcing major cuts to higher education and further international student… View More →

  • Mon Jun 2024

    Canada set to tighten rules for PGWP linking access to labour market needs
    Government is asking stakeholders, should we “grandfather” (protect) students already studying in Canada at time of implementation?Purpose of PGWP calibration is to ensure labour market outcomes linked to education and trainingPrograms of study will be coded to reflect links occupations… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2024

    Italy to Reintroduce Controls at All of Its Borders During G7 Summit in June
    KEY TAKEAWAYSItaly is set to introduce border controls at all of its borders during the next summit of the Leaders of the G7 Member States.The temporary controls will last for two weeks, between June 5 and June 18 though the… View More →

  • Thu Jun 2024

    Denmark to Implement New Rules for Healthcare Foreign Workers Starting July 1
    KEY TAKEAWAYSAs of July 1, social and healthcare workers will be added to the Positive List for Skilled Workers.Holders of residence permits under the authorisation program will be exempted from work permits.Among other things, Denmark will grant foreigners up to… View More →

  • Wed Jun 2024

    Germany Remains Your Best Option for Obtaining a Multiple-Entry Schengen Visa in 2024, Data Show
    KEY TAKEAWAYSGermany has the highest rate of multiple entry visa issuance.Other countries with high rates of multiple entry visa issuance are also Austria, Italy, and Switzerland.At the same time, Germany has a lower visa rejection rate than the EU average… View More →

  • Thu Jun 2024

    Canada’s Immigration Minister signals that changes are coming to post-study work
    Here are the highlights:Canadian immigration officials are consulting with provincial counterparts and peak bodies on reforms to the country’s Post-Graduation Work Permit programmeThe immigration ministry intends to update the programme to better align it with labour market needs in CanadaThe… View More →


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