UK universities minister hails “landmark” Turing scheme

Speaking at the British Council’s Going Global Conference 2021, the scheme – announced in December 2020 – will support UK students to “take advantage of the benefits of studying and working abroad from September 2021”, Donelan reminded. With a budget of £110 million for 35,000 students, the “truly global” initiative will provide UK students with opportunities in “every country in […]

Universities in Australia set to “lose $2bn this year”

Australia initially closed its borders in March 2022 and now has some of the strictest entry requirements globally, which has left international students studying from abroad and campaigning to be allowed back into the country, although surveys suggest a majority of...

26 colleges and universities awarded grants to expand study abroad

The 2021 Increase and Diversify Education Abroad for U.S. Students grants have been awarded by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, and its implementing partner, World Learning. “The US Department of State is committed to expanding study abroad...

“the picture for universities will get worse”

However, stakeholders have highlighted the budget – announced May 11 – shows the government has ceased the emergency research funding provided in October, when the government injected $1bn for research and development following declines in international student...