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The latest news and features on the international aspects of higher education.

14 July 2015
Study travel trip organiser, Horizons du Monde, is launching a cruise-based package in its quest to ensure its offer stands out in the busy marketplace for study travel products.
14 July 2015
A new study suggests that undergraduates are generally positive about the contribution of international undergraduates and lecturers to UK universities. More than half of the undergraduates surveyed also said that international students work harder than British ones.
30 June 2015
Some Australian universities warned students this month not to wear wristwatches during final exams, amid concerns that increasingly popular wearable technology, like the Apple Watch, could foster cheating.


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