Agnes Heller fled Hungary after facing persecution by Nazis and then Communists. Now she's back home, and again in a political fight.
Yosef Jabareen has helped an elite Israeli institute enroll more Arab students. Now a $170-million government program wants to duplicate his success.
The emirate says American know-how can help it modernize, but others say the branch campuses there are just for show.
A scholarship program that sends nearly 45,000 Saudi students to the United States restricts the number of online classes they may take. But the rules remain unclear.
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A Freshmen Year, Far from Home
For Chinese students in America, study abroad can be a daunting experience. Michigan State University, for example, is nothing like home.