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Too many higher education institutions in Latvia, says rector

The rector of the University of Latvia has said that there are too many higher education institutions in the country. In a television interview, Indrikis Muiznieks also said that their supervision is fragmented and suggested that some consolidation of institutions

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New ranking system in the pipeline for England’s universities

Universities in England are set to be graded as gold, silver and bronze under new teaching excellence standards. However, the bronze grade will indicate that institutions are “significantly below” the required standards, reported The Guardian.

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More demonstrations over tuition fees in Chile

Police in the Chilean capital, Santiago, this week broke up another demonstration against a proposed piece of education legislation. Students in Chile have been demanding tuition-free university education since 2011 and, despite promising reform of the sector, the country’s president,

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Tuition fee increases to spell the end of studies for some Vietnamese students

Students in Vietnam are having to re-think their decision to study at university due to the imminent rise in tuition fees. Those studying at the country’s universities purchase credits to study as they go along and, on average, a student

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