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German industry faces with an accelerating shortage of graduates trained in mathematics, informatics, natural sciences, and engineering. Some say more should study.
The insane struggle between two stubborn men - both of whom would rule the Ivory Coast - has seen the end of Ivory Coast universities, at least for now.
What is the real purpose of a university? Is it a moneymaking business, a servant of the people, or an academic ivory tower?
The Faculty of Sciences at the University of Adelaide broke new ground this year when it handed first year students their own iPads.
The very existence of the University of Wales is under threat, partly because it seems to have lost its way academically, and partly because of government funding cuts.
Brazil is becoming a shining example of knowledge-based development, as national oil giant Petrobas joins hands with universities.
A research finding based on 12,846 Australian university student files has revealed the possibility of positive marking bias in favor of foreign learners.
The Kenyan government has announced plans to roll out rural branches of city-based universities, and to extend both digital and distance learning.
China is on the foreign education acquisition trail, with talk of doubling up on foreign students and becoming the world education hub.
A Pan-African study has revealed that there is little overlap between university strategies and national development goals. This is hampering growth on both dimensions.
Pepperdine University's Graziadio School of Business and Management on the U.S. Pacific Coast is responding to student demands for business training that aligns with their own values.
As Ontario, Canada high school graduation rate breasts 80%, students claim that they are ill prepared for university. Whose job is this?
Moves by the Scottish First Minister to keep university education for Scottish students free are in stark contrast to thinking further south in Whitehall.