scholarships wooing students as regulations discourage TNE

Institutions from US, Canada, Europe and China are offering scholarships for online studies with the promise that the learners will relocate abroad for contact learning once the pandemic eases. This has happened as investment in transnational education Africa’s most...

Chinese edtech reacts to new tutoring and financial regulations

The new regulations, which have been anticipated for several months, broadly address two different aspects of business operations: course content and delivery, and the financial set up of companies. Extracurricular programs will be limited, schools will be prevented...

regulations on the way for private schools and tutoring

One Reuters report raised fears of a crackdown on foreign education after reporting foreign curricula for private schools teaching compulsory education could be banned. Among the regulations, which have been three years in the making, are measures that will prevent...

OfS considers making regulations around int’l student experience

Speaking during the IHE 2020 Policy Live event in a keynote address, Dandridge said that students at UK universities are facing issues around communication, changes in provision, accommodation and meeting self isolation requirements.  “We will be asking and looking at...

17 states, DC challenge new Title IX regulations’ impact on schools

Dive Brief: Democratic attorneys general from 17 states and the District of Columbia on Thursday filed a lawsuit against U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos over new Title IX rules released in May. The lawsuit claims putting in place the rules by the Aug. 14...