‘Exams might not be taking place’ if lecturer strikes not resolved – union

Summer exams and graduation ceremonies may be disrupted if UK universities do not reach a resolution with their staff members,…

European unis increase number of English-taught classes ahead of Brexit

Universities all over Europe have begun offering more courses taught in English to accommodate a predicted surge in students from…

Schools in Aussie state of Tasmania may be fee-free from 2019

Ahead of Tasmania’s state election next month, the Labor Party has promised it will get rid of public school fees…

Built on white imperialism, Rhodes Scholarship now open to all

The scholarship's namesake was a white Anglo-South African diamond tycoon who unabashedly pillaged African resources and people during the late…

New Zealand wants to better protect international students

The Labour government of New Zealand has announced it will launch an inquiry into migrant and international student abuse, aiming…

81-year-old man will soon be Europe’s oldest international student

Retirement and a heart attack don't sound like the normal combination of events that conspire to inspire someone to undertake…

Has Australia been successful at closing the Indigenous gap through education?

Ten years ago, Australia set out to reduce the inequality between the Indigenous people and the non-Indigenous. By 2018, it…

Blame guns, not ‘mental health’ for Parkland school shooting – Singaporean minister

Singapore's Home Minister K Shanmugam has denounced the lack of gun control laws as the reason behind the proliferation of…

5 things to remember if you don’t get a job straight out of uni

It's a structure of progression we are often told to follow: school, uni, job, retire. We are all fed the…

Here’s how resume writing got way easier in 2018

Job interviews are all about selling yourself. But to get there, you need a banging resume. One that markets your skills…