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26 October 2017
China is a growing power in innovation, spending five times more than the UK on research and development each year. Universities wanting to stay at the vanguard of scientific discovery should cast their eyes east says The Guardian.
26 October 2017
An important factor in enabling successful connections in the modern world is emotional intelligence, and universities have a role to play in developing these skills.
25 October 2017
The United Arab Emirates now has one of the most highly developed private education markets in the world and continues to promote itself as a regional and global education hub, particularly for higher education. As demand from both the local population and further afield grows, there is still significant potential in this market. Education Intelligence highlights five facts about the education market in the UAE.
25 September 2017
Considering the tumultuousness of current global events, ensuring that the international student experience meets expectations is crucial to recruitment and retention. With intensifying competition from study destinations such as China, Japan and Malaysia offering less expensive tuition as well as curriculums increasingly taught in English, higher education institutions in the UK and US can maximise their advantages in reputation and brand by focusing on how to make students feel welcome.
18 September 2017
Raegan Hiles leads Universities UK International (UUKi)’s outbound mobility programmes, overseeing the national strategies for Outward Student Mobility and transnational education (TNE) efforts. Education Intelligence interviewed Raegan to better understand TNE trends, her countries of interest and listening to the sound of parakeets at night.
15 September 2017
A snapshot from the latest Global University Employability Ranking, released annually by Times Higher Education, suggests the relative reputation of US and UK graduates may be slipping from the perspective of employability.

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