Education giant Navitas has reported a 5% fall in end-of-year profits, as its university programs, student recruitment and English divisions all suffered from regulation and currency issues in Australia and the UK.
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Capitalism, in hermit North Korea, is normally associated with moral and economic ruin.The Korea-born American who heads Pyongyang's only private university is trying to change that.
Having just finished my very first online lecture on the history of the internet, I am both heartened and dismayed by the experience. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/6-predictions-on-the-future-of-higher-education-2012-8#ixzz22YRxQeAg
More colleges and universities are using YouTube to reach prospective students, allowing students opportunities to improve their college searches and strengthen their applications.
Online education not only gave nontraditional students a chance to enroll in collegiate programs from afar; it has also given universities that historically have not enjoyed the prestige of the Ivies a chance to build a reputation on fresh territory and build reliable revenue streams.
Most for-profits operating in California have been deemed ineligible to participate in Cal Grants, the state's generous need-based financial aid program.
Last week, University of Colorado Denver officials assured reporters that students and faculty were free to talk about the former graduate student charged with killing 12 people at a movie theater.
Sen. Tom Harkin’s two-year investigation of for-profit higher education has ended, and was capped with a four-tome final report that many -- at least critics of the industry -- see as definitive.
Western Kentucky University’s Board of Regents approved Friday a change to the campus weapons policy, a new general education program and the purchase of two properties for new fraternity houses.
A U.S. Senate committee released an unflattering report on the for-profit college sector on Sunday, concluding a two-year investigation led by Sen. Tom Harkin, an Iowa Democrat