New international graduate enrollment data shows a positive trend. But education agents in China warn of the coronavirus’ impact on students.
Researchers argue that coronavirus could be the biggest crisis to hit international education, and students in China share what it’s like in the eye of an epidemic.
From a prominent researcher’s arrest to a revised travel ban, it was a big week in international education.
What does China’s arrest of a student for what he posted while in the U.S. say about the government’s reach on American campuses?
Should an accrediting agency take part in a student-visa sting?
What are the potential bright spots?
A trip to China prompts thoughts of whether we're going backwards.
To make progress internationally, you have to track what you’re doing.
The enrollment boom is over. What will that mean for all the business that's grown up around these students?
Why the case of the University of Farmington isn’t really a critique of the student-visa system