When international students die violently in the United States, the reverberations are global.
The world watched the riots at the U.S. Capitol. Could they be a setback for American higher education's efforts to change global perceptions?
Instead of continuing to take part in the EU’s signature academic-exchange program, the UK will start its own.
By extending emergency pandemic guidance through the spring, the government resolves one source of uncertainty.
A trio of legal cases went higher education’s way. But the fact that they’re in the courts creates instability and uncertainty.
A commitment to welcoming students could reposition the country as a confident global leader.
How other countries grapple with Covid and international ed. Plus, new student-visa data bring this fall’s enrollment picture into sharper focus.
The amount international students contributed to the American economy shrank by more than 4 percent in 2019, the first decline since this data has been calculated.
Four years under Donald Trump has been dispiriting for international students. Here's what Biden has said, and what he's up against.
The policy debates of the Trump administration have motivated International students to become more active in the election.