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

26 January 2016
In a study of video diaries submitted by 20 students participating in their first semester of online courses, researchers from Ireland, Australia, and England have identified soft factors that influence student motivation.
26 January 2016
UK publication, The National Student, waxes lyrical about who makes it to the top 20 of the world’s most international universities and who doesn’t.
26 January 2016
Mexico introduced the world to chocolate, chillies and corn, and is in the spotlight for our first newsletter of 2016.


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