New study abroad research explains why many students stay at home. (Image credit: Mat Wright)
Professor Dame Julia King, Vice-Chancellor of Aston University, was among the women leaders in higher education who spoke at Going Global. (Image credit: Suzanne Schumacher)
Dr. Halima Begum, our Jakarta-based regional director for education in East Asia, explains the Manifesto for Change released at Going Global to increase the number of women leaders in higher education.
New research shows that employers around the world value staff who understand the role of culture at work. (Image credit: Mat Wright).
Janice Mulholland, higher education manager for British Council USA, summarises new research about how employers in nine countries view the role of intercultural skills in the workplace. We launched the report today at our Going Global conference.
Indian Jubilee Scholars on the staircase inside 10 Downing Street (image credit: Frank Noon)
Connecting Classrooms puts UK students in touch with their peers around the globe. (Image credit: Frank Noon)
Tom Wilkes, a retired deputy headteacher at Nova Hreod College in Swindon, offers advice for schools applying for grants in our Connecting Classrooms programme, which links schools in the UK with others around the world.