033 | Anisha Abraham | Raising global teenagers

033 | Anisha Abraham | Raising global teenagers

Hormones, acne, heartbreak… and figuring out what country you even belong to. Adolescence is even trickier when you’re a global kid.Kids who grow up between cultures develop invaluable skills. But having to figure out one’s cultural identity, on top of the usual teenage challenges, can make adolescence

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020 | Katherine Alexander-Dobrovolskaia | Why every child should spend a year abroad

020 | Katherine Alexander-Dobrovolskaia | Why every child should spend a year abroad

Exchange students aren’t just the butt of jokes in American teen comedies. They’re young people going through one of the most transformative experiences life has to offer. Expanding it to more children – dare we say, to all children? – could change not just them, but the world. Katherine Alexander-Dobrovolskaia

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Why every child should spend a year abroad

Why every child should spend a year abroad

Episode 20 with Katherine Alexander-Dobrovolskaia

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004 | Jamie Kanki | The Trump administration sends foreign students home

004 | Jamie Kanki | The Trump administration sends foreign students home

The Trump administration has reinstated the rule that forbids international students from staying in the US if they are taking online classes only. The rule had been relaxed in the spring because of the covid-19 pandemic. Now despite institutions such as Harvard planning to go entirely online in 2020-21, the

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Isabelle Roughol
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Death, deportation or both: the rage episode

Death, deportation or both: the rage episode

The Trump administration's targeting of international students and the global bullying of immigrants during covid-19

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Isabelle Roughol
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Universities have been battling it out to woo international students. Can they survive without them?

Universities have been battling it out to woo international students. Can they survive without them?

Episode 2 of the Borderline podcast, with Jamie Kanki

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002 | Jamie Kanki | The big wooing of international students

002 | Jamie Kanki | The big wooing of international students

Universities have been battling it out to woo international students. Can they survive without them? Schools in the US and UK, but also now China, Taiwan, Singapore, South Korea... have been racing to attract international students from Asia, Eastern Europe or Africa, and cash in on a $300 billion market.

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