Australia has recognised China’s Sinovac and India’s Covishield as vaccines for travellers arriving in the country, while the prime minister has said that borders will open from November, beginning with Australians. Stakeholders had been concerned that only four…

Good food and a strong sense of community aren’t the only things bringing Kenyans to Melbourne for study – its diverse cultural setting and high quality of tertiary education is now being promoted on the ground in Kenya.…

More than 150 US colleges and universities have put their weight behind an amicus brief in support of Optional Practical Training opportunities for international graduates in the country. The written submission is part of the ongoing Washington Alliance of…

Chinese technology company Huawei announced plans to extend its educational outreach in digital and IT fields in South and South East Asia during its Digital Talent Regional Summit 2021 on May 20. “We believe the…

The Welsh government has announced a £65m International Learning Exchange Programme that will fund both inbound and outbound mobility in the wake of the UK’s exit from the Erasmus+ scheme. The new initiative will run alongside the recently launched…

Higher education institutions in Scotland are seeking to maintain enrolments from the EU, while its government in Holyrood has said it hopes to increase the budget for international activity by 674% to £6.75 million. The Scottish…