An open online learning platform jointly launched by Shanghai Open University and FernUniversität in Hagen in Germany started its pilot run on Friday.
Waiving standardized test requirements has helped boost Ivy League and large state schools.
College students want the gap between cost and value closed
A new report shows they are pleased with the care and efforts being made by instructors
The seemingly sci-fi world of digital couture – in which social media users can buy virtual clothing to be worn online, while gamers can dress avatars in flamboyant “skins” – is increasingly being hailed as the next big thing in the industry.
What colleges and universities can do to reach a generation of students affected by the pandemic and the myriad options they have in furthering their education.
Like many students caught up in the pandemic, 19-year-old Gracie* has spent the last few months feeling desperately worried about her finances.
Critics have long argued the high-stakes test are an unreliable and inequitable judge of students’ academic abilities
To make higher education more affordable and accessible, Purdue University has taken such steps as to freeze tuition, offer liberal arts degrees in three years instead of four, reduce dorm costs and create a unique partnership with Amazon to reduce textbook fees.
It is likely there are more fraudulent institutions than genuine ones, says head of fraud detection