UK International Student Scholarships

The UK is one of the most popular international study destinations around the world and is widely known for the availability of scholarships on offer. International students in the UK can access numerous scholarships for both undergraduate and graduate courses in many fields of study.  These awards can provide valuable financial assistance towards tuition fees […]

Transforming Education and Teacher Education: Lead the Change Interviews

Over the next two months, IEN will feature excerpts from a series of Lead the Change (LtC) interviews with the presenters who will be sharing papers in the seven Educational Change Special Interest Group sessions at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association.  This week, the excerpts provide responses to one of the […]

Tips for studying abroad on a budget

If you are planning to study abroad, you may be concerned about the costs associated with studying abroad. Some countries such as the U.S., the U.K., and Australia charge high tuition costs and living expenses. Your study abroad programs can cost thousands of dollars. You may think this is out of your reach, but there […]

Franchise and Validation Programs: Opportunities and Challenges in a Post-pandemic World

Chris Mackie, Editor, WENR When countries began to close their borders to slow the spread of COVID-19 in 2020, universities had to adjust quickly. Almost overnight, institutions shifted to the virtual classroom, allowing them to reach students anywhere in the world, even those overseas. This experiment with remote learning gave many colleges and universities their […]

2022 in Review: Scanning the End-Of-The-Year Education Headlines

This week, Thomas Hatch looks back at 20222 by rounding up some of the end-of-the-year headlines from sources on education news and research globally and in the US. Next week’s post will look ahead by pulling together some of the education predictions for 2023. End-of-the-year headlines in education for 2022 include the usual collections of […]

Decolonizing Educational Research: Lead the Change Interview with Corinne Brion

In this month’s Lead the Change (LtC) interview Corinne Brion shares reflections on her experiences as researcher and teacher in efforts to disrupt institutionalized forms of discrimination in education and education research. Brion is an Assistant Professor at the University of Dayton. The overall framework for her research is cultural proficiency to foster equity, diversity, […]