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EUPRIO Mobility Programme seeks new comms challenges

  As EUPRIO makes the call for specific projects to be tackled by its second Mobility Programme, Nic Mitchell looks back at the first programme – which saw three very different international universities pool their ideas to improve the way they communicate with international students and staff. The EUPRIO Mobility Programme, or EMP, encourages members to network and share best practice by working across European borders to solve specific real-life communication…

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International spotlight on Sweden

It is not just England where much of the buzz around higher education is about tuition fees. For Sweden has started charging non-EU/EEA students around €10,000-a-year and the consequences could be far-reaching, as NIC MITCHELL finds out in the latest in our series of blogs looking at trends in HE around Europe. SWEDEN has had one of the best-resourced higher education systems for years, with Universitas 21 – a global…

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Spotlight on the unfinished higher education revolution in England

NIC MITCHELL gives EUPRIO members heading to the UK for the 2013 annual conference a quick overview of the “radical” or “bonkers” brave new world of English universities in the second of our occasional blogs shining the spotlight on higher education in different European countries. It’s been an ‘interesting’ 15 months since I wrote the first of my semi-regular blogs for the EUPRIO website in which I tried to explain…

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