UK higher education providers hosted 605,130 international students in the 2020/21 academic year, hitting its 600,000 target a decade earlier than hoped, figures from Higher Education Statistics Agency have indicated...
Britain is one of just five countries in the world to have developed a WHO-approved vaccine against COVID-19, a triumph that would not have been possible without the countless hours contributed to the project by international students...
The UK Student Futures Commission says international students' top priority is getting a job after graduation.Posted by: Abbie Smith | 1 week ago
A new report published today by a dedicated international working group of the UK Student Futures Commission has identified the priorities of international students in improving their student experience beyond COVID-19...
Study Group CEO Emma Lancaster has warmly welcomed the news that New Zealand has announced plans that gradually open up its borders and welcome international students...
WASHINGTON: Long term exposure to ambient air pollution mayheighten the risk of Covid-19 infection, suggests recent research. The findings were published in the journal 'Occupational and Environmental Medicine'.
Behind the glamor and luxury of private schools for the rich in New York: Using money to "overwhelm people"Posted by: Prof. Emerson Hermann DVM | 4 days ago
A private school in New York is a gathering place of rich children - those with wealthy parents who are willing to spend a lot of money to beautify their transcripts and help their children get into top universities.
The school closures in spring 2020 had a negative effect on the health and well-being of many young people.
Chinese professor said: When children are lazy to study, instead of scolding, take them to these 3 placesPosted by: Brenda Gaylord | 1 day ago
Through these 3 places, children will see people from all walks of life, what the difference is between less educated and more educated people.
You should lower your expectations, encourage your child to try his best to be better than his past selves, instead of comparing himself to his classmates.
While most preschool children in other countries go to school just to have fun, children in Japan have had to learn how to survive.