On Thursday night, when US president Barack Obama took recourse to executive action to push through a muchanticipated immigration reform plan, there were sighs of relief heard in many pockets in the US that are home to Indian students and skilled ... Economic Times, 1 day ago
US immigration reform: How it benefits Indians - Economic Times, 1 day ago
In 2012, the Centre for Marketing in Emerging Economies (CMEE) was set up at IIM Lucknow for those keen to pursue research in BRICSIT (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, Indonesia and Turkey) nations. This was in line with the shifting ...Businessworld India, 1 week ago
In a recent article, Jane Knight noted the definitional and qualitative issues with joint and double degrees and called for a rigorous debate on the vexing questions of accreditation, recognition and legitimacy of the qualifications. In addition, a ...University World News, 1 month ago
International students are increasingly using wireless devices to research and select colleges and universities that best meet their higher education needs and many American schools might not be keeping pace with the trend. A new survey, released at ...University Business, 1 month ago New Study Shows International Students Increasingly Tap Wireless Devices To Make U.S. Higher Ed Choices [EMBIN (Emerging Markets Business Information News] TMC Net, 1 month ago
In a world of increasing fiscal constraints, discourses that emphasise measuring impact continue to gain traction. Most recently, the Scaling Social Impact series by Harvard Business Review and The Bridgespan Group focuses on how organisations can ...University World News, 1 month ago
In 2011, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development reported that 4.3 million students were enrolled in tertiary education outside of their home country, more than double the 2.1 million students who studied abroad in 2000, with the ...University World News, 2 months ago
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