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French universities overturn selection taboo

French universities are being given more powers to select their intake, in a move that observers believe could make institutions more attractive to international students and potentially lead to a more stratified, UK-style system.

Investors bullish on potential for sustainable infrastructure

Ten months into the Trump administration, private-sector investors are still waiting for clarity on how exactly the feds expect to stimulate $1 trillion in infrastructure spending.

EU recruitment woes push business schools towards ‘tipping point’

Four out of 10 UK business schools have reported a decline in applications for undergraduate courses from European Union students, according to a survey that has triggered warnings that any fall in revenues could have a significant impact on universities’ bottom lines.

Defining Colleges’ Liability for Fraud Claims

Trump administration will ask negotiators of borrower-defense rule to reconsider institutions’ liability for claims of misrepresentation -- a request that has some worried DeVos plans to let bad programs off the hook.

Layoff notices delivered to faculty at Westminster Choir College

Anxiety was high Wednesday among about 70 full- and part-time faculty members at Westminster Choir College after they received emails Tuesday containing layoff notices from Rider University, which operates the 23-acre music campus in Princeton.