Grok curates news about international education from around the world to help education professionals keep up to date with developments that may inform activities in China, India and Southeast Asia.
Chinese employers rate graduates of foreign universities highly, but fear that they are harder to manage and less loyal, a
Five classes in the morning. Three in the afternoon. Your dad picks you up at 4:30 pm and drops you
Chinese private education stocks sank recently after Beijing moved to tighten the reins on the early education sector, citing child
Two UIUC schools teamed up and worked with Lloyd’s of London, known as a specialist insurer, to become the first
According to the guideline, the key areas for which to develop standards include the establishment, construction and management of educational
QS BRICS ranks the top educational and research institutes in Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Tsinghua University was
Victoria has become the first Australian state to officially sign on to participate in China’s mammoth Belt and Road Initiative.
It is unrealistic for the US to stop issuing student visas to Chinese nationals due to its enormous trade surplus
The United Kingdom’s University of Birmingham has announced that it will accept the gaokao exam for high-flying Chinese students wishing
Hong Kong universities suffered drops in the latest Times Higher Education law, business and economics rankings, with the publisher urging