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The UK is the most popular destination for ambitious Indian students seeking status and high quality courses, according to a unique survey published today.
British Council Chief Executive, Martin Davidson CMG, hosted an event at the UK-China Business Summit in Beijing for the launch of the ‘Generation UK CEO Initiative’.
Here are our top picks from November 2013's news in international higher education.
British Council and the Thailand Research Fund signed a groundbreaking UK-Thailand Researcher Links Memorandum of Understanding to initiate collaboration in research development.
The British Council Pakistan and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government signed a Memorandum of Understanding on education.
British Council has launched a new online list of specially trained education agents around the world to increase the number, effectiveness and quality of agents working on behalf of the UK.
FutureLearn, the first UK-led provider of massive open online courses (MOOCs), will provide the platform for British Council’s first foray into free, web-based, higher education study.
Thousands of UK students will be helped to study overseas thanks to the new EU programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport, Erasmus+.
Two major agreements to improve English language teaching in Afghanistan have been announced following a meeting in London between President Karzai of Afghanistan and the British Council.