On the Agenda – Week 21, 2013

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24 mei 2013 | France voted for lectures in English after an intense debate, but the number of foreign students in Britain has severely fallen. Also in this week’s ‘on the agenda’ 3-D printing against hunger and fierce criticism of dissident lawyer on European HE and China.

Take 1 – Internationalization

@RFI: French MPs vote bill for lectures in English at French universities

@RMEducation: Sharp decline in foreign student numbers UK

@theobhe: Chinese Students Adjust to American Education

Take 2 – Youth Unemployment

@EduBeat: Youth unemployment will eventually impact us all

@Linkigu: Berlin takes youth unemployment fight to Southern Europe

@EditorFrontiers: No End In Sight For Nigeria’s Youth Unemployment 

Take 3 – 3-D Printing

@mims: The audacious plan to end hunger with 3-D printed food

@LiveLeak: 3-D printer helps save dying baby 

@WIRED: “I might be a redneck from Tennessee, but I love the technology”, says maker first 3D-printed shotgun shell

…and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: Barefoot Lawyer Chen Guangcheng urges European universities to stick to their principles when cooperating with China.

@ScienceGuideEU: Are MOOCS the best way to deliver “higher education to more individuals, at lower cost, and at higher quality?”

@ScienceGuideEUThe battle for brains is increasingly being fought by all nations, what factors make students decide to stay?


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