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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.

Why more international students should consider studying in China
China Education News |

The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is a global development strategy adopted by the Chinese government in 2013 that aims

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Emerging Economies University Rankings 2020: Mainland China continues to lead ranking
China Education News |

Mainland China has increased its dominance in Times Higher Education’s latest ranking focused on developing countries, but South Africa and Saudi

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Amid coronavirus threat, study abroad programs in China canceled
China Education News |

Last summer, Andie Yu arrived in Beijing for a yearlong program at Peking University. The UC Irvine computer science student

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China’s graduates are stuck without work as virus eats into jobs
China Education News |

The coronavirus outbreak  is denting the prospects of this year’s record 8.7 million-strong Chinese university graduating class, with many students stuck

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In China, 200 million kids have gone back to school. Online.
China Education News |

Almost 200 million kids across China started their second semester on Monday. But it was a school day unlike anything

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Grok VIRTUAL High School Fairs – China, Spring 2020
China Education News, Grok News |

In response to the uncertainty to international student recruitment caused by the coronavirus outbreak in China, Grok has assembled resources

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Webinar: Recruitment at a Distance
Global Education News, Grok News |

Distance recruitment tactics are increasingly important as institutions look to be more effective at enrolling students from smaller markets. However, these

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Meet Alex at APAIE 2020 in Vancouver
Grok News |

Alex Green, Grok’s Executive Director in Southeast Asia and Head of our Program Office service, is facilitating a pre-conference workshop

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Grok High School Fairs, Southeast Asia – Spring 2020
Grok's High School Fairs |

Throughout 2019, Grok successfully launched the inaugural high school fairs across eight cities in China and Southeast Asia. Entering the

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Meet Kim at AIEA 2020 in Washington
Grok News |

Grok’s CEO Kim Morrison, along with Brett Berquist (Director – International, University of Auckland), Tori Ellenberger (Director – North America,

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Nepal to make yoga education compulsory for schoolchildren
Long-tail markets |

The Nepal government has decided to make yoga education compulsory for schoolchildren to promote healthy lifestyle among students. The Ministry

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Travel bans, adventure, isolation: study abroad in North Korea
Long-tail markets |

China’s Hanban, the agency which oversees the country’s Confucius Institutes, opened a new centre at the Pyongyang University of Foreign

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Turkey becomes education hub for international students
Long-tail markets |

With about 178,000 foreign students receiving their higher education in its territories, Turkey has begun to be a center of

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The UAE’s all abuzz about AI
Long-tail markets |

We’re exposed to more and more news about artificial intelligence, or AI, these days – from stories about talking robots

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More students choosing three-year poly route over two-year junior college
Southeast Asia Education News |

More school leavers are choosing the three-year polytechnic route over the two-year junior college (JC) route. Figures from the Ministry

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One-size education policy doesn’t fit diverse lives across Indonesia
Southeast Asia Education News |

One afternoon at the end of 2014, several volunteer teachers sat in a circle under the palm trees of a host family

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Vietnam will start teaching statistics to second graders in 2020
Southeast Asia Education News |

Vietnam will soon introduce statistics and probability to second-grade students, raising concerns among parents who worry that the subjects may

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Vietnam: More universities are granted self-autonomy
Southeast Asia Education News |

Minister of Education and Training Phùng Xuân Nhạ talks with Tuổi Trẻ (Youth) newspaper about his plan to grant more universities autonomous rights Last year,

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Bhoot Vidya: India university to teach doctors Ghost Studies
India Education News |

A prestigious Indian university is offering a certificate course to teach doctors how to treat people who claim to see

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Access to higher education school infrastructure poor in villages: study
India Education News |

Access to higher education school infrastructure at the middle, secondary and senior secondary level remains difficult across villages in 3,773

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