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An Ivy Degree, With an Irish Twist

Columbia and Trinity College start dual B.A. program modeled on an existing Columbia collaboration with France's Sciences Po.

Is Russia Really Too Risky?

New State Department rating system provides more nuance to colleges in deciding where they will and won't let students travel. Russia may lose students, but Israel and Mexico may see gains.

New International Enrollments Decline

Open Doors survey shows declines in new international students starting in fall 2016, after years of growth. This fall universities report an average 7 percent decline in new international students.
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Study Abroad and a $41.5 Million Verdict

Could finding in favor of a high school student infected by a tick-borne disease on a school trip to China have a chilling effect on other study abroad programs?

The State of Campus Internationalization

Survey finds progress in comprehensive internationalization efforts. The top two priority activities for colleges are sending U.S. students abroad and recruiting international students.

Studying the Borderlands

First-year Grinnell students travel to Germany, Greece, Mexico, Spain and the U.S. Southwest for comparative class on migration, borders and refugees.

Funding Lost for Key Arabic Program

Loss of federal funding for highly regarded program has one scholar asking, “What’s our strategy here?”

Uncertainty on Cuba

Trump’s comments on possibly undoing U.S.-Cuba “deal” in wake of Fidel Castro’s death cast uncertainty about future of educational exchanges with island nation, which have been on the rise.