International students face a dilemma — stay in the U.S. or return home? And readers weigh in with their coronavirus-related student-visa questions.
Colleges rush to pull students from Europe, while unanswered questions remain for international students in the coronavirus. Plus, books to get you through the pandemic.
The U.S. government relaxes regulations on international students because of the coronavirus. And a Q&A with the author of a new book on Chinese students in America.
A public-health crisis like a coronavirus outbreak could unfold over a much longer span, disrupting activities for weeks or even months.
International students weigh in on studying in America. And could Australian universities avoid the worst when it comes to coronavirus and Chinese students?
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?