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Stanford Seed's inaugural India program starts off in Chennai with 45 business owners

Over the past 5 years, the 1-year program, led by Stanford Universityís Graduate School of Business, has trained over 500 business leaders in other countries, and 62% report increased revenue

India added to the UK's 'Red List' but travel ban will not apply to students

Only international students are exempt from the UK's new travel ban.

China is a more popular choice for Indian students than the UK

China has emerged as a more popular choice for Indian students than the UK, and more popular than Australia and Canada internationally. Here's why.

Non-EU students will now pay tuition fees at some German universities

The German state of Baden-Wurttemberg has announced that international students will pay tuition fees starting next year. Read more below.

In 20 years, international tertiary student numbers have increased 200% - OECD

Education at a Glance, the OECD's annual report, reveals key trends in international education. Here's a brief overview.

Southampton Business School to hold free counselling sessions in India

The sessions will be held in Mumbai, Pune and Delhi up to May 29, and eligible candidates will be offered admission on the spot, on a provisional basis.

International students will not be able to study online-only and remain in the US, starting this fall

The US announces an unfriendly modification to their Student Exchange and Visitor Program.

Australia relaxes visa rules for university staff members

The Australian government has restored four-year visas for professors and other leading staff members in universities with a pathway to permanent residency

Japan to relax strict policies on post-work opportunities for international students

Hereís another reason to look east if youíre an international student.

Thaler's Nobel reflects how behavioral economics is in vogue

Richard Thaler won the Nobel Prize for behavioral economics, a branch of economics rooted in psychology, which has gained tremendous cachet

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