Sunday, August 31, 2008

NYTimes Series: Global Classrooms

College and Company Link Up to Lure Foreigners By TAMAR LEWIN 08/08/08
Northeastern is using Kaplan Inc. to find students for, and help run, a special program for international students.August 8, 2008EducationSeries

‘Sisters’ Colleges See a Bounty in the Middle East By TAMAR LEWIN 06/03/08
Five leading women’s colleges have gone recruiting to a place where single-sex education is more than a niche product.June 3, 2008EducationSeries

Matching Newcomer to College, While Both Pay By TAMAR LEWIN 05/11/08
Agents who recruit international students for American colleges are paid by both sides, raising questions about whose interest is being served.

In Oil-Rich Mideast, Shades of the Ivy League By TAMAR LEWIN 02/11/08
Education City, the largest enclave of American schools overseas, has become the elite of Qatari education.

U.S. Universities Rush to Set Up Outposts Abroad By TAMAR LEWIN 02/10/08
The American system of higher education, long the envy of the world, is starting to become an important export.

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