Students say fee increases make life even more difficult.
Students in Palestine are surrounded by a weak economy with high unemployment and dwindling donor support. Rising tuition is the last straw for many.
Study beyond a bachelor’s degree suddenly gets more expensive, hitting dental and medical students particularly hard.
Students are protesting the confused route to master’s and doctoral degrees in the North African country.
Students are banding together informally to find ways to protect themselves against the harsh repression of authoritarian governments.
Pursuing university studies in jail is legally possible in Egypt. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy.
Like it or not, women in the United States on Saudi study-abroad programs find themselves representing the Muslim world.
Tunisian law is tough on illegal drugs, leaving many young people in prison when they would rather be on university campuses.
The intensive English programs that are a first stop for many Saudi students in the United States report falling Saudi enrollments.
The challenges faced by Syrian private universities encapsulate the difficult conditions under which educators and students are operating as war drags on.