Last week, the U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama promoted global education at a Stanford lecture in Beijing, highlighting the importance of studying abroad to gain a better understanding of countries’ interdependence. International cooperation often leads to groundbreaking technological or medical discoveries, which benefits all parties involved. These partnerships are set
BEIJING (AP) — U.S. first lady Michelle Obama has spoken to rural Chinese students via web conference on her last stretch of a six-day China tour that has focused primarily on education and cultural exchange.
A news report earlier this month that UCAS, the Universities and Colleges Admission Services, has been selling access to student data to advertisers such as Vodafone and O2 for £12 million drew widespread criticism in the UK – particularly from students. But the details about what UCAS’s activities amount to
BEIJING (AP) — U.S. first lady Michelle Obama has hosted a discussion about education with Chinese professors and students on the third day of her visit to China. She spoke about the importance of education with a handful of Chinese professors, students and parents at an event at the U.S.
Over the past 10 years, Canada’s appeal to international students has grown stronger. Today, 10% of students in Canada are from abroad. With a government plan to increase international student numbers up to 450,000 by 2022, the country is upping its game and developing an offer that many cannot refuse.
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