Asia: UNESCO Report Advises More R&D US: Intl Students: Why they Stay or Leave Singapore:Rise of International Academics Turkey:Turkish university to open in U.S.
About Hillol Nag
Hillol enjoys discussing Higher Education policy and practices. Finds Comparative Higher Education fascinating with every nation, every continent bringing in its individuality in policies,issues, challenges and implementation initiatives. Hillol looks after the Advisory engagements which already helped quite a few universities in Asia,Middle East,Eastern Europe and Latin America in their development programs.
Entries by Hillol Nag
Development: Changing University Business Model Saudi Arabia: New Universities Coming Up EU: Student Recruitment in EU UK: Globalisation in HigherEd
MOOCs: The Typical MOOC student India: Research Output Grows at 14.4% Annually US: Handbag and College Degree Korea: Bracing for Reorganizations
EU: Erasmus Expanding to Latin America UK: Resistance to REF MOOCs: Economics of MOOCs Research Output: Asia Overtakes US
Russia: Job Cuts in Moscow State Uni India: Policy change suggested Graduate Employment: Grievance of International Students Australia: Universities need long-term vision
Turkey: Becoming a Regional HE Hub ? Funding: Hidden Cost of Private Funding US: Scepticism on College Rating Plan China: New breed of Branch Campus
Internationalisation: Student Mobility 2024 Outlook China: Misuse of Research Funds Gender Pay Gap: Fixing may Lead to Discord Europe: Return of Liberal Arts
UK: University Pension Black Hole EU: Teaching — Research Conundrum Peer Review: Overrated Papers in High-Profile Journals Tuition Fees: More the Merrier ?
US: New College Ratings Plan by Obama Social Media: LinkedIn’s Top 10 US university pages India: 40% Faculty Jobs Vacant in Reputed Universities UK: 40% Language Departments Face Closure
Japan: Internationalisation key to Abeducation US: Lower Enrolment Changing Colleges Norway: Record International Students China: NYU Shanghai Opens Door