Global Education

Lynn University Sending First Students To Cuba

Most people only read about Hemingway's Cuba. Some Lynn University students will get to live it as part of a travel opportunity not available to most students.

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Tulane, Cuban Officials Reinstating Program For Study In Havana

Tulane University students who are curious about Cuba will get the chance to earn six credits during a four-week program that will resume next summer at the University of Havana. The program had been offered from 1999 until 2004, when President George W. Bush restricted academic access to the island, which has been the object of a U.S. embargo for more than a half-century.

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Univ of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor To Sign Deal In China

Hundreds of Chinese students could be enrolling at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in the next few years through a preliminary recruiting agreement UWM Chancellor Michael Lovell is expected to sign in Beijing on Monday.

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Tuition Management Systems partners with peerTransfer

Tuition Management Systems, LLC (TMS), a provider of education payment services for Higher Education and private K-12 schools, and peerTransfer Corp, the leading provider of global payment solutions for the US educational industry, announce a new partnership to offer TMS customer schools an integrated, secure and affordable tuition payment solution focused on international students.

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Nelnet and peerTransfer Partner to Enhance International Payment Options on Campus

Nelnet Business Solutions and peerTransfer have partnered to offer an integrated solution that enables schools to take advantage of the international payment solution that peerTransfer is known for, and combine it with the secure, compliant payment gateway that is the hallmark of Nelnet services.

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UW-Madison Could Have Office In China By June

A UW-Madison office in Shanghai could be open as soon as June, according to officials who just returned from a trip to China to explore the possibility of the university's first foreign outpost.

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UND: Foreign Students Must Be Qualified

Nationally, higher ed under fire for unqualified students recruited abroad

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US Students: Turmoil Can Be Dangerous Lure Abroad

American universities send tens of thousands of students to study abroad every year, thrusting them into one of the most exciting periods of their lives with a heavy dose of maternal advice: Mix with the locals, but be careful. Don't get in any tight spots. Avoid protests.

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China Halts U.S. College Freedom at Class Door

In the 25 years Johns Hopkins University and Nanjing University have run a joint campus in China, it’s never published an academic journal. When American student Brendon Stewart tried last year, he found out why.

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