Latin America

Greystar Launches a Five-Asset Purpose-Built Student Accommodation in Brazil

Greystar Real Estate Partners, LLC today announced that it has entered an agreement with Share Student Living and CIX Capital to operate and manage its first purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) in Brazil. Under the agreement, the properties will function under the brand 'Share by Greystar'.
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Increasing student mobility in Latin America signals opportunity

The number of outbound students from Latin America is increasing, as is the number of inbound students, and researchers at Latin American universities are...
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Chilean students protest metro fare increases in Santiago

University and high-school students have led protests against a rise in Santiago's metro fares, which are set to become some of the priciest in...

Climate strikes: Inside a global student movement

From the Global Student Living Conference 2019. Head here to register your interest for future GSL conferences, and learn more about the GSL Conference here. In October 2018,...
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A Mexican mystery: when 43 students ‘disappeared’

Mexico, September 2014. Over 100 rural college students are on a bus trip to the city of Iguala - but on their trip, 43...
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Costa Rican students’ sexual harassment ‘state of emergency’

Students have declared a 'state of emergency' in the Costa Rica's higher education system following a sharp uptick in the number of reports of...
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Mexican students’ opportunity to enrol in US uni – in Mexico

Andrew Oxford of The Santa Fe New Mexican reports that the state’s legislature last month approved the construction of a New Mexico State University (NMSU) campus...
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Cash-strapped Argentine students swap pricy private universities for budget-friendly public ones

Amid economic turmoil, swathes of Argentinian students are opting to study at public universities instead of their pricier private counterparts - even if it...
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Mexico’s growing demand for online education

According to Estudio de Educación en Línea AIMX (Study of Online Education AIMX), 97% of Mexican web surfers are studying or are interested in...
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Mexico’s student LGBT community suffers discrimination

Guadalupe Martínez from UDGTV, a Mexican online newspaper, has highlighted the results of the most recent National Survey about School Violence related to Sexual...
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