Today’s edition of The Brief from Brussels is entirely devoted to French President Emmanuel Macron’s Strasbourg speech on the future of Europe. We
Universities were blocked and students marched in Paris on Tuesday
Police used water cannons to disperse protesters angry at a court ruling to overturn a decision by the previous government to ban universities operating for profit.
Some of the young people detained by the regime are said to be unaccounted for
French police have arrested a man who drove his car into pedestrians in Blagnac, near Toulouse; three people injured.
Texas Tech University in Lubbock was locked down while the suspect was at large.
Two Italian police officers have been placed under investigation, suspected of raping two American students while on duty in Florence.
Turkey’s Education Ministry unveiled new regulations this week that require every new school in the country be outfitted with gender-separated Muslim prayer rooms.
The American student who was arrested in North Korea for trying to steal apiece of propaganda, died shortly after his release.
US student Otto Warmbier, who was imprisoned in North Korea for 17 months before being returned home in a coma less than a week ago, has died in a
The Notre Dame protesters stood up in protest against the conservative vice-president's policies affecting immigrants and the LGBT community.
Two students at Yale University say they have developed a hangover-prevention supplement that actually works.
Thousands of students have marched in the Chilean capital Santiago to demand free universal education and for the state to waive student loans.
Many of the student protesters in Paris brandished slogans against Macron and Le Pen
A human rights group says the investigation into the disappearance of 43 student teachers in 2014 has failed to make significant progress for 16 months.
Thousands rallied in Budapest to denounce a right-wing government they accuse of trying to silence criticism.
Mashal Khan was beaten to death after being accused of blasphemy. But people who knew him say he openly professed devotion to Islam.
Germany is the most attractive country for international students, followed by the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.
Thousands of Hungarian and foreign students are demanding the government withdraws legislation which could force a university founded by philanthropist George Soros out of the…
The ERASMUS programme celebrates its 30th birthday this year.
Several interns have held a protest in Brussels to voice their anger at unpaid work experience.
There have been ugly scenes in Bologna in Italy after riot police and students clashed inside the city’s university for a second day.
Hundreds of students in Warsaw and other Polish cities have taken part in marches against the country’s populist government.
Reduced funding, restricted access to talent, and potentially visa requirements imposed on EU-nationals, will have a catastrophic impact on UK universities.Such changes will undermine the UK’s industrial base and the reputation of our world class universities.
The man who became a global figure of greed after hiking the price of a life-saving drug by 5000 percent in the US, may have just met his match.
In Havana, dozens of students at Fidel Castro’s former university expressed their grief following the death of the Cuban revolutionary leader.