Thoughts from the CONAHEC conference

I arrived at the University of Regina Kīšik Towers under cover of night.  It was late and I had traveled for many hours; I hardly glanced out of my dorm room window. During the next two mornings, campus was draped in fog and rain. As the campus was clear

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Canadian University College renamed

Canadian University College in Alberta (until 1997 known as Canadian Union College) received university status in July 2014 and was renamed Burman University in December of 2014. The university is named after Charles A. and Leona Burman the husband and w

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China Foreign Affairs University Partners Up with Institutions Overseas

China Foreign Affairs University offers an International Partnership Program (IPP) in conjunction with University of Alberta, Canada. Students receive an English-language document confirming completion of courses in the said program. IPP is not listed in

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Open Doors 2015 Report: International Students in the U.S. at Record High in 2014/15

A total of 293,766 international student enrollments in 2014/15 academic year proves to be the record high number, with its 10% increase from previous year. California, New York, Texas, Massachusetts, and Illlinois were the top five host states for inter

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ECE attended AIEA 2016 Annual Conference

The Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA) Annual Conference was held last week from February 21-24 in Montreal, Canada.  ECE President Margit Schatzman and Senior Director of Evaluation Margaret Wenger attended. The AIEA annual con

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