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Trump's Travel Ban Affects 20,000 Students, Faculty in US Colleges

Will the decree, easily interpreted as a deep hostility to the world beyond America's shores, put off international students?

Devoted to dance and wondering where to study? Here are 5 great schools you can choose from!

“When you dance, you enjoy the luxury of being you.” -Paulo Coehlo

The Obama Foundation is hiring interns - apply now!

The Obama Foundation is offering an internship program for university students. The deadline for applications is 14th May.

Odissi at Oxford, Bhangra in New York : Indian Student Life at International Universities

Celebrating Indian culture is a way of life at most international universities. And it is a formative element of a student's experience abroad. Read more below.

′Students need to broaden their search beyond the top 100 and start applying to other countries′

Regional coordinator for university and career guidance in China and Hong Kong, John Yi Liu talks about how the U.S.- China trade war has impacted Chinese high school students drawn to the American dream.

4 tips to ace the college interview

If a college or university invites you for an interview, don’t be nervous. In the tenth instalment in our 12-part series on US college admissions, we offer some useful tips to prepare

US universities adopt risky strategy to check sharp decline in student numbers

The charm of US as an international study destination is fading. To check that, universities are adopting new strategies to lure students. Are they sound? Will they work? We look at them in brief.

How Many Times Should I take the SAT?

College admissions officers say that after you’ve taken the SAT four times or more, elite colleges in the US will start raising their eyebrows

Career Contessa: How a Job Platform Helps Women Navigate their Careers

The career resource gives 1 million women access each year to even the people they need to help move forward and gain clarity about their careers

How universities accommodate students with disabilities

People with disabilities are a sizeable portion of any population, and in many countries the law requires public and private institutions to make efforts to be inclusive. Here's how Penn State upholds its values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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