QS Insights Magazine – September 2023

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  • The Academic Panopticon: Subjecting students to increased scrutiny over the use of AI generated content may not be improving learning outcomes.
  • QS World University Rankings: Latin America and the Caribbean 2024: A look at how the rankings have changed, and how the region compares to the rest of the world.
  • When an international student isn’t an international student: The realities of international student visa fraud and why governments are cracking down on it.
  • From parity to planet: Entrepreneur Christine Amour-Levar reflects on how her childhood in the Philippines has empowered her belief in the transformative power of women shaping the world’s future.
  • Red Dragon’s soft push: How China is spreading its global influence through internationalization of education.

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