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Chinese higher education students drive non-EU enrolments since 2010

I am quite excited as my research briefing about the impact of non-EU higher education students on UK’s economy was published today by Oxford based  190 more words


#SAGrad and #SAPro: Not mutually exclusive

I’ve been nervous about the dreaded job search since before I sat in a classroom as an #SAGrad last Fall. As a child of the Internet, I spend some of my free time online reviewing the narratives of others in this field. 1,225 more words

Riding the BI wave

What a day! I’m currently heading North in a cramped East coast carriage from #thatLondon happy as Larry (no, I’m not sure who he is either). 724 more words

Spring turns to Summer

When I last checked in on my blog, I was mid-way through the Spring Quarter. As I sit here and type away, I’m broadcasting from Providence, Rhode Island, a small gem of a city in New England that I think might be one of the east coast’s best-kept secrets. 320 more words

A Canadian Accomplishment | HESA

Good blog by Alex Usher on the many strengths of Canada’s work-oriented higher education programmes via A Canadian Accomplishment | HESA

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New School, New State, New Lonely?

Some may know, some may not, but I moved from my home for nearly all my life. Moving from Mississippi to Iowa was interesting. Countless people tell me “what a great school!”, “you will do great!”, and “I’m proud of you”. 418 more words

Return to Loyola.

If you had told me in November (even in early January) that my summer internship would be back at Loyola University Chicago, I would not have believed you. 1,246 more words