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US colleges risk losing federal funds if they take a dime from China

President Trump's trade war takes an unexpected victim in the shape of popular Confucius Institutes which dot US college campuses.

The Serge Bellanger scholarship nurtures next-gen business leaders

More than a dozen business students receive these prestigious $10,000 scholarships each year from the French-American Chamber of Commerce Foundation.

#SmartStudent: Choosing the right insurance while studying in the U.S.

Our #SmartStudent series brings you simple tips that help you ease into life as an international student and be a responsible resident of your host country.

US colleges cancel study abroad programs as coronavirus fears spread

Some schools including Stanford University, Syracuse University, and New York University said they were closing their campuses in Florence.

Want to study in the US? Here's all you need to know in one handy chart

This simple timeline helps you plan everything: choosing universities, working on your application, taking standardized tests, and preparing for your visa and travel.

The Importance of the SAT Verbal Score

Admission officers look closely at how foreign students score on the verbal portions of SAT exams, says Jacques Steinberg, senior editor at The New York Times and author of “The Gatekeepers: Inside the Admissions Process of a Premier College”.

International students can apply for H1B visas again!

Trump's ban expires on 31 March 2021 and Biden is unlikely to renew it.

5 postgraduate scholarships for art and design students

If you want to study art and design abroad and are worried about where the money will come from - we're here to help. Check out these 5 international art and design scholarships.

Harvard and Wharton tie for top spot in latest B-school rankings

Wharton climbed three spots from last year, in the latest US News & World Report survey of 471 master’s programs in business administration

University of Pennsylvania is first Ivy to launch an online bachelor's degree

Starting in the fall of 2019, the UPenn online undergrad degree program will be the first of its kind in the Ivy League, and geared toward working adults and other non-traditional students.

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