Customer Experience Is the Future of Design

With the advancing importance of the student experience, adopting practices that elevate the customer experience will undoubtedly produce a return on investment and provide a steady foundation for your brand. goo.gl/qavnlf

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UK:Number of pupils anticipating university place at eight-year low

In the UK, tuition fees and student debt are deterring many, according to research for Sutton Trust charity goo.gl/MWRHpv

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Recruitment Event News: Q8 EduEx announces Autumn Fair

Q8 EduEx has announced their Autumn student recruitment event will take place on  22 & 23 October 2017 in Kuwait In Cooperation with the Ministry of Higher Education, Q8 EduEx is the largest, dedicated International Higher Education Expo in Kuwait. The expo  held twice a year in October and April provides Kuwaiti students with  opportunities

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Egyptian students enjoy reduction in tuition fees in the UK

Egypt signed an agreement with Imperial College London on Saturday to reduce the tuition fees of engineering faculty for Egyptian students by 50 percent, MENA news agency reported. goo.gl/YfRq7M

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Why The Sunday Times in the UK is wrong about international students; it’s not about the money

On Sunday 6 August, the UK’s Sunday Times published a front page article alledging that UK Universities were giving preference to international students over high quality domestic students. UniversitiesUK responded yesterday with this goo.gl/t4ieU8  

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Conference News

2018 AIEA Annual Conference Call for Proposals (Deadline 15th August 2017) THE INTERNATIONALIZATION IMPERATIVE IN TURBULENT TIMES February 18-21, 2018 Washington, DC, USA Internationalization of higher education is needed now more than ever.  Each day brings new challenges, and the next few years will undoubtedly continue to bring further uncertainty and definitive paradigm shifts. (Consider

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UK’s student migration data ‘potentially misleading’

Watchdog says data ‘does not bear the weight that is put on it in public debate’. Estimates of the number of overseas students who leave the UK after studying are painting a “potentially misleading” picture of net migration and should be treated with caution, the country’s statistics watchdog has warned. Read more

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International students less likely to accept offers in Trump’s US

Forty-eight per cent of universities report drop in overseas undergraduate ‘yield’, following election of divisive president. The time is now right to leverage the opportunity. Read More

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Academics in Saudi Arabia are facing “so much stress”

Stress levels are rising as academics try to meet ambitious targets on research income, according to a senior adviser at King Abdulaziz University. The Saudi government wants higher education institutions to become self-sufficient by 2030 as the country develops a technology-based economy in anticipation of its oil and gas reserves dwindling.  Read more

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Hamdan award allocates Dh2m for science research Award for medical science to fund 10 projects of three universities and DHA

Dubai: The Shaikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award for Medical Sciences has allocated Dh2 million to fund 10 scientific projects from the UAE University, University of Sharjah, New York University Abu Dhabi, and Dubai Health Authority. Read more

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