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Professor’s Solution To Refugee Crisis: ‘Shoot All That Black Scum’

A Portuguese professor has spread racist slurs on the Internet, and been getting away with it for years. Are they tasteless examples of economic theories, or a criminal offense? Events took the worst turn conceivable: In order to justify tough austerity policies, a conservative MP representing the Portuguese governing party PSD quoted from the blog […]

Never before have so many foreign students studied in Germany, while one in three German students goes abroad. Education Minister Johanna Wanka says Germany is more welcoming than its reputation implies. With no tuition fees and its beautiful university towns, Germany is becoming increasingly popular among foreign students. Approximately 300,000 of the country’s 2.6 million […]

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No tuition fees and generous grants give young Danes an opportunity that would make most green with envy – a university education without a massive debt yoke. But many, in both industry and politics, feel it’s become a free lunch that’s giving indigestion to Scandinavia’s already weakest economy. Too many pursue “fulfilment” and too few […]

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Foreign students love America, but other nations are wooing them. FUN, adventure, the aphrodisiac effect of a foreign accent—these are why 4.3m university students study abroad. Oh yes, and the need to prepare oneself for a global career. Worldwide, the number of migrants with mortar boards has more than doubled since 2000. And the number […]

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More than half of overseas students in the UK say they have felt “less welcome” because of policies on migration, a survey suggests. A survey of more than 500 overseas students across 105 institutions showed 52% had a negative perception of the attempts to cut migration numbers. Almost half of North American students in the […]

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