On the agenda – Week 24, 2012

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15 juni 2012 | Has the Arab Spring led to a greater demand for study abroad? Unemployment and HE capacity constraints drive students to foreign universities. Furthermore, in this week’s “On the agenda”: Australia faces major transformation of its economy towards export of education and cave art found its way to Spain 40.800 years ago.

What is on the agenda for higher education stakeholders all overthe world? Every week ScienceGuide presents you with a selection ofthe most important topics and items trending in social media.

Take 1 – Internationalization

@ICEF Monitor: Has Arab Spring contributed toincreased demand for study abroad?

@Christopher Ziguras: English students escapethe fees nightmare and head for Europe.

@International Unit: Russia announces $US165million programme: Up to 2,000 students a year to study abroad from2013 to 2015.

Take 2 – Policy

@JohnDearn: Australia has to shift from exporting natural resourcestowards education and services, new report urges.

@Diplomatic Courier: Talent Mobility: By 2050population older than 65 will be 67% in Japan, 53% in Germany, 39%in USA and 19% in India.

@OECDEdu: UK: More teachers to learn in classroom, not universities.

Take 3 – R&D

@Bristol University: Uranium-series datingreveals Iberian paintings are Europe’s oldest cave art.

@Global Higher Ed: The role of researchuniversities for America’s future.

@Max Planck Society: What is beautiful? MaxPlanck Society plans establishment of a Max Planck Institute forEmpirical Aesthetics.

…and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: Teachers, reclaim highereducation! urges Terry Aladjem from Harvard’s Derek Bok Center.

@ScienceGuideEU: Economic crisis splits EU education.

@ScienceGuideEU: Rising stars of Latin higher education.

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