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Anti-homosexual law costs university UK certification

The University of Buckingham in the UK last week announced that it had stopped accreditation of courses for a private university in Uganda over freedom of speech issues and the controversy surrounding the homosexuality bill in the East African country.

China edges towards first agent association

The Beijing Overseas Study Service Association (BOSSA) – China’s largest association for small study abroad agencies – has launched the national alliance COSSA, which it hopes will become the first ever national agency association in China.

Declines in Tuition Revenue Leave Many Colleges Financially Squeezed

A new survey of nearly 300 colleges and universities by Moody’s Investors Service shows that about one-third expect their net tuition revenue will either decline outright this year or increase at a rate that fails to keep pace with inflation, a sign of the continued financial pressure they face.

Elite Colleges Struggle To Recruit Smart, Low-Income Kids

Top schools often offer scholarships that not only include free tuition, but also free room and board for top students from poor families. Each year, however, colleges are confronted with a paradox: No matter how many incentives they provide, enrollment of highly talented, low-income student barely seems to budge.