What is on the agenda for higher education stakeholders all over
the world? Every week ScienceGuide presents you with a selection of
the most important topics and items trending in social media.
Take 1 - Internationalization
@ICEF Monitor: Has Arab Spring contributed to
increased demand for study abroad?
@Christopher Ziguras: English students escape
the fees nightmare and head for Europe.
@International Unit: Russia announces $US165
million programme: Up to 2,000 students a year to study abroad from
2013 to 2015.
Take 2 - Policy
Dearn: Australia has to shift from exporting natural resources
towards education and services, new report urges.
@Diplomatic Courier: Talent Mobility: By 2050
population older than 65 will be 67% in Japan, 53% in Germany, 39%
in USA and 19% in India.
Edu: UK: More teachers to learn in classroom, not universities.
Take 3 - R&D
@Bristol University: Uranium-series dating
reveals Iberian paintings are Europe's oldest cave art.
@Global Higher Ed: The role of research
universities for America's future.
@Max Planck Society: What is beautiful? Max
Planck Society plans establishment of a Max Planck Institute for
…and this week on ScienceGuideEU
@ScienceGuideEU: Teachers, reclaim higher
education! urges Terry Aladjem from Harvard's Derek Bok Center.
@ScienceGuideEU: Economic crisis splits EU education.
@ScienceGuideEU: Rising stars of Latin higher education.