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For HBCUs, Investing in Education Abroad a Key to Marketplace Success

HBCU students need a tactical “education abroad” approach, one that synthesizes global literacy, academic achievement and career development.

The club’s goal is to help students find others with similar identities and backgrounds, as well as provide support as they navigate through an unfamiliar culture.

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Some U.S. colleges are pulling students from overseas study programs in Israel as the Gaza war rages, though the relative calm beyond the immediate battle areas is raising questions about why they had to leave.

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Experts say American education must evolve to ensure that students are better able to navigate an increasingly complex financial landscape.

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The University of Massachusetts Amherst assistant professor is strictly 21st century in her approach to writing and teaching about the lives of Black women in the U.S., Britain and the African diaspora.

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Exchange students from the communist island nation are slowly trickling in to U.S. universities.

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In an age of popular study abroad programs and social media, the isolationist borders have fallen, and collaboration between universities in different nations has become common.

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Though overall Black enrollment in South Africa’s colleges and universities is up, one leading scholar says the raw numbers mask a series of other disparities that plague the nation’s institutions of higher learning.

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As an international authority on African legal systems, human rights and development, Muna Ndulo has keen insight into some of the conflicts and turbulent events that have dominated world news in recent months.

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American institutions are partnering with for-pro­fit companies to help provide bridge services to foreign students.

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