UC Berkeley’s Clery Act fine part of new Ed Dept pattern, experts say

Dive Brief: The University of California, Berkeley, will pay a nearly $2.4 million fine and be monitored for two years for violating the Clery Act, the federal law requiring colleges to share campus crime statistics. UC Berkeley misclassified 1,125 incidents, most of which concerned liquor, drug and weapons violations, the U.S. Department of Education concluded […]

Kutaisi International University opens doors in Georgia

Launched in partnership with the Technical University of Munich and financed to the tune of €1 billion by the Cartu Foundation run by Georgian billionaire and former prime minister, Bidzina Ivanishvili, KIU is located in the city of Kutaisi, roughly 200 kilometres...

Londonist partners with iQ Student Accommodation

The agency now has over 33 residences in the UK capital, in addition to also offering housing opportunities in Dublin, Ireland. “Londonist feels that iQ Student Accommodation matches its values of flexibility, integrity, safety and comfort” “iQ’s residences are safe...

ACS International Schools opens revamped Doha campus

The campus in Al Kheesa, Qatar, accommodates almost 2,500 students aged three to 18 and features “state-of-the-art” sports facilities, science laboratories, libraries and purpose-designed art and performance arts studios. “The new ACS Doha campus embodies the spirit...

With fall off to a sputtering start, colleges look ahead to spring

Dive Brief: As the fall term gets underway, several colleges have released plans for opening campuses and teaching classes this spring.  The schools making announcements, which include the University of Connecticut and Pennsylvania State University, are largely...