The Kremlin says the university will join the world's best in a decade, but skeptics say it will be hard to recruit to a place that is "unbearably freezing and windy."
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The administration said it would continue to recognize as chairwoman a different professor than the Senate itself recognizes.
New College of the Humanities enrolls its first class of 60 students this fall, but it has already attained notoriety in seeming disproportion to its small size and tender age.
A high court judge has granted London Metropolitan University the right to take legal action against the government for revoking its right to recruit non-EU students—allowing thousands of displaced students to continue their studies in the process.
The elite college's rating was lowered to AA+, which means it still has a strong capacity to meet its financial obligations, according to Standard & Poor's.
Robert Shireman has long criticized colleges and lawmakers for not doing enough to protect lower-income students.
Most of the discussion at the biennial conference of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development here this week was, per the group's name, about potential collaboration in solving the common issues and problems that many countries face in their higher education sectors ...
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded more than $12.2 million to Maryland's four historically black colleges and universities, Sens. Ben Cardin and Barbara A. Mikulski said Monday.
A study of college graduates’ earnings released today uncovered a surprising finding: A year after graduating from Tennessee’s public colleges and universities, students receiving associate degrees tend to earn roughly $1,400 more than those who receive a four-year degree.
The GCSE exam in England is going to be replaced in core subjects by a qualification called the English Baccalaureate Certificate.