Eggheads overseeing Study Abroad schemes red-faced now

Hyderabad: Officials handling Study Abroad programmes in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh are now a red-faced, worried lot in the wake of the University of Farmington row,…

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‘I don’t know if I would feel comfortable:’ Students afraid to study abroad under Title IX proposal

If Annie Blalock was studying abroad in 2020, she fears what support she could get from her school if she was sexually assaulted or harassed by…

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A new wave of Indian students now studying abroad

More than 5 million international students were studying outside their home country in 2016. With over 3,00,000 Indian students studying overseas, India is the second…

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Study abroad opens doors and minds for students

By Michael Moore Jr. For students interested in venturing the globe for college credit, application deadlines for summer study abroad opportunities are fast approaching. USF…

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$20,000 grant supports study abroad for diverse Abington students

IMAGE: SHUTTERSTOCK ABINGTON, Pa. — Penn State Abington received a $20,000 grant from the Penn State Bookstore, which is operated by Barnes & Noble, to…

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Report Calls For Action Against Pak Groups Targeting British Sikh Girls

The UK Home Office said child sexual abuse has been categorised as a national threat. (Representational) London: British Sikh girls being targeted by Pakistan-origin grooming gangs…

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Report Calls For Action Against Pak Groups Targeting British Sikh Girls

The UK Home Office said child sexual abuse has been categorised as a national threat. (Representational) London: British Sikh girls being targeted by Pakistan-origin grooming gangs…

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Graduate study abroad: Toward transformation in Ireland

Toni Gay, Ed.D. student at the W&M School of Education, stood at the 13th-century stone ruins of Dunluce Castle in Northern Ireland and found herself…

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How One University Went From Proposing to Cut 13 Mostly Liberal-Arts Programs to Eliminating Only 6

The University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point plans to cut six mostly humanities majors, less than half of the cuts proposed in March, as part…

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Seeing the world differently: a Drexel study abroad column

A junior’s summer abroad at the London College of Fashion pushed her to reconsider her post-graduate options despite a daunting battle with culture shock. As…

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