- Brazil: Multi-Billion Dollar HE Industry
- Germany: New Research Reforms
- Norway: Fresh Look at the HE Policy
- Japan: Universities to focus on English
Recent years have seen a concerted effort from universities in Eastern Europe and Central Asia to improve standards in higher education and research, and to gain recognition on the international stage.
In acknowledgement of this, QS and Russia’s Ural Federal University are pleased to announce the launch of the QS Rankosium Workshop.
Universities face a variety of unique challenges in the definition and implementation of efficient strategies in a fast-changing and competitive global environment. The increasing prominence of international university rankings has also led to increased scrutiny of institutional and national policies.
The Rankosium Workshop is intended to address these challenges, by bring together higher education leaders with Russian and international experts to discuss strategies related to sustainable institutional development, internationalization and innovative management.
The event will take place on 12th July during the annual INNOPROM international industrial exhibition, in Ekaterinburg, Russia. Learn more and register here.
- MOOCs: Who Pays The MOOCs Bill ?
- Russia: Demand Up for Russian Language
- UK: £50m unpaid fees of EU graduates
- Japan: Govt. Encourages Study-Abroad
The Erasmus programme, in my opinion, is one of the great success stories of the European Union for the undisputed benefits it provides to the society investing in Europe’s youth, investing in the future.
Personally if I hadn’t received an Erasmus Placement grant, now I couldn’t be in London working as an intern for one of the most important enterprise in the educational field like QS, which shares with the Erasmus programme the same mission of helping individuals fulfill their potential through fostering international mobility, educational achievement and career development. I am really grateful for this awesome opportunity that gives me the chance to live in London, a melting pot of different cultures and traditions, and also work in a multicultural environment with colleagues from all over the world.
- Research: Policy Note on Research Investments
- Russia: Revival of Academia
- Denmark: Effect of Teaching in English
- New Zealand: Dwindling Foreign Students Number
- Social Media: Influence of University Official Pages
- Canada: Too Many PhDs?
- Germany: Cash for MOOCs
- China: UNSW Recognises Gaokao
- Europe: European B-School Report – QS Bloomberg
- Australia: Battling Student Attrition
- US: Fall in Grad Applications
- Japan: Improving University Teaching
- Denmark: Fined for Too Many Foreign Students ?
- US: Accreditors Without Borders
- BRICS: Pace Differs in Building BRICs
- Australia: Employers ‘wary of wholly online study’
- MBA: Decline in MBA applicants
- Kazakhstan: Only 100 universities in 2 years
- EU: Easier Access to Non-EU Students
- Australia: University Experience Survey
- Vietnam: Slashing Enrolment for Quality
- Australia: New Australian MOOC
- Canada: $23m for international education strategy
- UK: Competition & UK Universities