Universities worldwide are tightening spending in the wake of the financial markets’ downturn. In Japan, Keio University has reported $233 million in investment losses. In the US, financial losses at Yale and Harvard have forced the colleges to delay new buildings and new hires. The failure of Iceland’s banking industry has hit UK universities, including Cambridge. Australia’s University of Sydney plans to cut its budget 10% this year.

Source: University World News

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