The growth in the number of students leaving their home country to study abroad is forecast to slow down substantially in the next decade, a new study from the British Council has predicted.
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From debates about immigration and the proposed border wall to concerns about stagnant wages and decreased social mobility, the American dream is getting a conceptual workout lately
Imagine getting treated by a doctor with a fake diploma, or losing a job to another candidate who faked his resume.
SYDNEY University is rolling out an online course that purportedly teaches students that they need an enthusiastic ‘yes’ from their partner before any sort of sexual conduct — including kissing — on campus.
Lowering entry requirements to allow poorer pupils greater access and improve diversity at the UK’s most selective universities risks “setting them up to fail”, the leader of the Russell Group has warned.
In its zeal to roll back protections, the EPA under Scott Pruitt is abandoning long-standing standard methods of evaluating the costs and benefits of regulations.
Russian-linked automated Twitter accounts, or bots, retweeted Donald Trump almost half a million times in the final weeks before the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, Twitter told the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Yes, I knew that oil giant BP had sponsored the British Museum’s stunning exhibition on the Scythians, an extraordinary — and long-forgotten — nomadic people who held sway across Siberia from 900 BC to 200 BC.
Children at risk of online grooming should be sent automatic alerts as part of the government's internet safety strategy, the NSPCC has said.