Lucie Kas

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The Online Transformation of Learning Languages

<b>While study abroad is widely considered one of the best ways to learn language, millions of students around the world lack the opportunity—and the</b> …

Australia Puts $3.9 Million Towards Women In STEM

<b>In its push to overcome cultural and institutional factors that impede women in STEM, the Australian government recently granted 24 organizations</b> …

4 Best Countries for Health-Conscious Students

<b>International experience isn’t just about studying in a new place; it’s about embracing a new culture and being open to new experiences. In addition</b> …

Thinking of Taking a Year Off From Med School? Read This First

<b>Rutgers Today, the university newsletter of New Jersey’s Rutgers University, recently ran a story highlighting a trend being seen across the</b> …

Virtual Anatomy: Med Students Use Giant Touchscreen to Study Human Anatomy

<b><br>The stuff of James Bond movies becomes a reality for first-year medical students at the University of British Columbia in Canada as they use giant</b> …

UK To Expand Medical School Places

<b>In an effort to increase the numbers of physicians in the UK, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt recently pledged a 25 percent increase in medical school</b> …

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Pledges $3 Billion for Scientific Research

<b>The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) recently pledged a $3 billion commitment over the next 10 years to “cure, prevent, or manage all diseases in our</b> …

Will Brexit Harm Your Legal Career?

<b>While all eyes are on America today, people in the UK are still wrangling with a momentous political outcome of their own: The passing of the Brexit</b> …

Opening of New Law School a First for Bhutan

<b>As Bhutan continues it transition from absolute monarchy to democratic constitutional monarchy, it’s experiencing many firsts along the way. The</b> …

American Bar Association Pushes for Stricter Deadline to Pass the Bar

<b>The American Bar Association (ABA) will push for a tighter deadline for law school graduates to pass the bar—75 percent of graduates will have to</b> …

Korean Law Schools Take Aim At Nepotism

<b>Nepotism is hardly a new concept. In fact, it’s pretty much a part of life. But the Korean Association of Law Schools (KALS) has taken steps to</b> …

Should You Start Your Own Law Practice?

<b>While the prospect of opening your own law practice is an exhilarating one, it can also be intimidating. After all, lawyers already have a full range</b> …

5 People You Need In Your Corner

<b>Nothing worth doing is easy—getting your MBA, studying, job-searching, working, relationships, starting a family—and while success partly depends on</b> …

How to Ensure the Success of Your Next Career Move

<b>We regret to inform you that there is no magic potion that will ensure the success of your next career move. Success in an evolving global workplace</b> …

Why Spanish Business Schools Are Best for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

<b>Have an amazing idea and planning on a b-school degree to help you bring it to life? Or perhaps you just embody the entrepreneurial spirit and are</b> …

Ethiopia Calls for a Higher Education Roadmap

<b>In response to a rapidly growing economy, Ethiopia’s Ministry of Education recently announced that it will prepare a Higher Education Roadmap to</b> …

French Government Advocates for New Transnational Education Strategy

<b>A new report released by France Stratégie, or the General Commission for Strategy and Foresight (CSPF), French Higher Education Across Borders: The</b> …

Want to Be Rich? Get This Degree.

<b>While passion for a specific subject is generally regarded as the best reason to pursue a particular path of study, the prospect of making bank</b> …

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Non-Tenure-Track Positions

<b>Non-tenure-track jobs have something of an “ugly stepsister” reputation when compared to their full-time faculty counterparts. While it’s true that</b> …

Choosing Between a Ph.D. and a Psy.D?

<b>Psychology is a perennial top five major among undergraduate students. And while many students use their undergraduate psychology degrees as a</b> …

Have You Met Lego Grad Student?

<b>Star Wars characters have their own Lego figures. So do Harry, Hermione, Ron, Hagrid and even He Who Must Not Be Named. In fact, everyone from Homer</b> …

Numbers of Ph.D. Applicants in the US Decline

<b>The Council of Graduate Schools recently released a report that shows a 4.3 percent overall decrease in the number of applicants to doctoral programs</b> …

More Indians Flock to the EU for Higher Education

<b>While the U.S. is holding on to its standing as the top destination for Indians studying abroad, the EU is having a major moment, according to The</b> …

Big Data and Clean Energy

<b>With the global push for clean energy, scientists are struggling to keep up with the vast quantities of data generated by high-performing computers,</b> …

Robot-Generated Peer Reviews Fool Academics

<b>The publish or perish culture of academia may soon have a new vigilante: a robot. Four researchers at Italy’s University of Trieste, concerned about</b> …

Algeria Announces New Higher Ed Roadmap

<b>The Algerian Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Tahar Hadjar recently announced the creation of a new roadmap for higher education</b> …

India’s Good Universities Rewarded with Autonomy

<b>Last month India announced a new program aimed at boosting its higher education offerings. The government plans to grant increased autonomy to “good”</b> …

New Online Education Platform Created for Displaced Students

<b>Currently, more than 57 million children worldwide have no access to school. Global conflicts and refugee crises have made it nearly impossible for</b> …

Britain Aims for More Multilingualism

<b>The benefits of multilingualism are increasingly well known. And with more than half of the world’s population speaking at least two languages, the</b> …

How International Students Are Coming Out on Top Post-Brexit

<b>The academic community has been vocal in its opposition to Brexit, citing concerns related to everything from research collaboration to international</b> …