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UK’s ‘lower-ranked’ universities take non-EU students hit

About half of UK universities have lost international student numbers since the Conservatives entered power in 2010, with the losses across those institutions totalling 43,000 students and focused in “middle and lower-ranked universities”.

Calligrapher burns midnight oil to copy ancient classics

Zhou Baoxiang, 53, received a special task last September which was to copy Si Ku Quan Shu, an ancient encyclopedia compiled under the edict of Emperor Qianlong (1711-99) of Qing Dynasty (1644-1919).

DeVos lauds colleges for flexibility, innovation

In her first public event addressing higher education, U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos lauded community colleges for their flexibility, innovation and the myriad roles they play in their communities.