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Algerian students protest for 16th consecutive Tuesday
Algerian students are back to the streets of Algiers for the 16th consecutive Tuesday to demonstrate, two days after a vote planned for July 4 was cancelled.
To help fight vaping, US schools look to their own students
By Michael Nedelman*
Dozens treated for suspected chemical poisoning in Malaysia
Thirty-five people, mostly students, have been treated for poisoning in Malaysia after a suspected chemical leak near two schools in the country’s south on Thursday, officials said.
OfS: British universities luring students with unconditional offers could be fined
Colleges that use unconditional offers to pressurize students into accepting places could be fined or even lose their university status, England's higher education watchdog said.
Rich students in England save by paying fees up front
The wealthiest students are going to university in England for the lowest cost, by paying their tuition fees up front, say researchers.
Leader urges Iranian students’ efforts to eliminate reliance on ‘aliens’
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei called on Iranian students to make efforts to boost the country’s self-sufficiency in various areas and eliminate any reliance on “aliens.”
Three students killed in China university lab explosion
Three students were killed in a laboratory blast at a Beijing university on Wednesday, the city's fire department said, in an accident that blew out windows and left the building a blackened shell.
Bus crash kills nine university students in Tehran
Leader expresses condolences to victims’ families
Three students die of burn injuries in SE Iran
Number of US students seeking mental health services rises
As Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Council of Trustees learned during a Student Affairs Committee presentation, more students are seeking mental health care services.
Overseas students turn away from US
The number of new international students enrolling at US universities and colleges went down by almost seven percent last year, according to official data published this month.
Too many students left with debts for 'too little payback'
Too many graduates in England are being left with big debts for too little payback, MPs are warning.
Surgery students 'losing dexterity to stitch patients'
A British professor of surgery said students have spent so much time in front of screens and so little time using their hands that they have lost the dexterity for stitching or sewing up patients.
Iranian students bag 10 gold medals at 2018 Expo-Sciences Asia
Part-time students in England 'down by more than half'
Employers and universities are calling for major changes to student funding in England, to reverse the collapse in part-time student numbers.
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