Four in 10 colleges are seeing drops in applications from international students amid pervasive concerns that the political climate might keep them away. Nearly 40 percent of U.S. colleges are seeing declines in applications from international students, and international student recruitment professionals report “a great deal of concern” from students and their families about visas and … Continue reading Will International Students Stay Away?
There are a growing number of opportunities for students to engage in PRME. One is a joint initiative between PRME and oikos, a network of more than 45 student chapters at universities worldwide with the joint mission to integrate sustainability into education and research. The oikos-PRME Research Hub is addressed to students in economics and … Continue reading Sharing and Inspiring Student Sustainability Research – The oikos-PRME Research Hub
Dive Brief: A new policy brief from the Council for Higher Education Accreditation outlines its concerns for the changing landscape of the industry, which paints a bleak picture of governmental oversight and a lack of understanding of what makes college education valuable and sustainable. The brief outlines several key areas of concern: Muddled views of … Continue reading Accreditation Council Outlines the Government’s Role in the Process