English language program reduction causes disruption

Earlier this year the Danish government announced it will reduce the number of higher education programs offered in English in an attempt to control rising financial aid expenditure (SU) for EU students.  “When I came to Denmark my intention was to come here and get...

Youth call for inclusive and equitable learning

The recently concluded 15th edition of the conference ran under the theme “From inequality and vulnerability to prosperity for all”. Hosted virtually by Bridgetown, Barbados and Geneva, Switzerland, the event saw the adoption of the Declaration by more than 300 young...

competition for graduate jobs at a “record high”

The Institute of Student Employers’ Student Recruitment Survey 2021 showed an average of 91 applications per graduate vacancy – a 17% increase on 2020 and a record for ISE records. Popular areas, with 155 people applying, included jobs in health and pharmaceuticals,...

Surrey Uni signs agreement with China Scholarship Council

The agreement will initially allow 10 Chinese PhD students opportunities to study at the British institution, through the new joint CSC-Surrey Scholarship. Surrey has now become one of an “exclusive” group of universities to join forces with the CSC, following in the...