Shelling out thousands of dollars for a master’s degree in journalism may seem illogical in 2013, as newsrooms continue to shrink at alarming rates.
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Jamie Arehart always wanted to teach college students. So she earned bachelor's and master's degrees in English and began teaching.
India and China market entry specialists Sannam S4 and Grok Education Services have announced a strategic partnership to support educators trying to break into Asia.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has spent $472-million (so far) on higher education. Why many in academe are not writing thank-you notes.
Looking at the schedules and programs of the annual meeting of the National Association of College and University Business Officers is a peek into the zeitgeist of the financial side of the house.
In Texas, 20 teachers from grades K through 16 schools and colleges are participating in a two-week residential program this month for instruction on teaching Chinese as a second language.
Expansion is in the pipeline for Erasmus, the European Union’s higher education exchange programme.
The most comprehensive study yet of the UK higher education sector’s international student visa costs has revealed a complex system characterised by confusion and inconsistencies.
Hardly a day goes by without some author or commentator predicting that the end is nigh for higher education, or significant portions of it.
A University of Denver law professor has filed a federal complaint against her employer, alleging she has been underpaid in violation of the Equal Pay Act.