"Al Fanar" was to be launched at a conference this weekend in Dubai. Concerns over academic freedom in the emirates killed the meeting, but not the magazine.
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Approval of the Coursera-provided classses could be a major step toward bridging the gap between massive open online courses and traditional higher education.
College freshmen increasingly see higher education as a path to financial security during uncertain economic times, according to a UCLA-sponsored survey of first-year students across the nation. A
A UK student in Guangzhou finds out why Chinese teachers are so keen on memorisation
A ratings system that gives lesser-known universities the chance to highlight their qualities by paying a fee creates potential for conflicts of interest, detractors say.
Between the introduction of the MOOC (the ‘Massive Open Online Course’), and the explosive growth in the number of online offerings, all eyes were on higher ed. In the past twelve months, students [...]
A recently announced charity program is offering British students of less-privileged families the opportunity to attend some of America's top colleges at little or no cost.
Figures show 'cultural shift' as students reject the excesses of the last two decades
Pearson, a major media and education corporation, has opened its own school in London to teach business with the direct involvement of industry in drawing up courses.
Many worry that institutions need more innovation to stay competitive with other countries, a new study finds.