Welcome to NEBHE

We support innovation, engage conversation and drive change by working with New England’s higher education stakeholders in public and private education, government and business.

More than 800 undergraduate and graduate degree programs are offered through the RSP Tuition Break by New England’s 82 public colleges and universities.

Policy & Research

The P&R team seeks to support innovation, engage conversation and drive change by providing timely information, research and analysis on issues related to higher education and workforce development to decision-makers and the public throughout New England.

NEBHE – Chinese Government Scholarship

Qualified New England students may be eligible to study at a Chinese university and receive a full scholarship at a choice of hundreds of Chinese universities.

The New England Journal of Higher Education

NEJHE offers cutting-edge commentary and analysis about New England higher education and its relationship to the economy and quality of life.

NEBHE is a hub for higher education resources across several categories.
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The New England Journal of Higher Education

November 6, 2018

Celebrating International Education While Closing Minds and Borders?

In 2018, like in the past 17 years, the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education have designated one week in the fall “to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchanges worldwide.” With this year’s International Education Week upon us November 12-18, we must ask which international education benefits we are… Read more »

October 19, 2018

International Affairs: Survival Kit for Small and Medium-Sized Universities and Colleges

The future looks very bleak for many small and medium-sized colleges and universities in the U.S. According to a report published in Inside Higher Education, the high school graduation rate is expected to drop over the next seven years, and the numbers are aggravated by up to 4.5 million fewer babies being born since the… Read more »

October 12, 2018

Kavanaugh Campus Conundrum

The events surrounding Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court will have an effect of college campuses—and not just in the near term. This is not a political statement. It is a statement about reality. Campuses will be brimming over with concerns about how people treat each other, how people engage with each other, how… Read more »


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