Student Mobility

From Times Higher Edcation – in WES / WENR, April 27.

U.K.: Experts See New Era of Globally ‘Contested’ Student Mobility

More restrictive immigration laws in the U.S. and Australia, together with Britain’s pending exit from the European Union, may trigger a “more contested and problematic” environment for global mobility among students and academics, according to the director of the Centre for Global Higher Education at University College London and others.

Check:

http://wenr.wes.org/2017/05/wenr-may-2017-europe

Povl Tiedemann
May 2017

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