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UWE professor leads panel appointed to explore concept of development bank for Wales

An independent panel appointed to explore the feasibility of a development bank for Wales held its inaugural meeting this week chaired by Professor Dylan Jones-Evans of UWE’s Bristol Business School.   The creation of a development bank  was one of the key recommendations from the task and finish group set up by Economy Minister Edwina Hart to review access to finance ... Read More »

NAFSA stages the biggest education conference in the world once again

NAFSA-logo

NAFSA once again stages the biggest education conference in the world with more than 10000 attendees and 400+ exhibitors in the International Education Expo. San Diego, California is the city in which for the first time the number of attendees has crossed the mark of 10000 in the NAFSA conference. Education sector experts from around the world attended this conference ... Read More »

NAFSA breaches the 10000 mark

NAFSA

NAFSA breaches the 10000 mark; The no of attendees at the 66th NAFSA Annual Conference 2014, San Diego has recorded the highest number of attendees in its annual conference so far. It was announced in the Opening Plenary that on the first day of the conference there were already  9937 registrations from more than 90 countries. This number included 3051 ... Read More »

Israeli, Chinese universities to collaborate

Tel Aviv University

Two top universities from Israel and China are launching a $300 million research project focused on nanotechnologies. The agreement is the latest move in booming ties between the two countries, as the Asian giant seeks Israeli technologies and the Jewish state vies for access to the Chinese market. Tel Aviv University and Beijing’s Tsinghua University said they will exchange graduate ... Read More »

2014 International Master Scholarships at University of the West of England in UK

University of the West of England

Applications are invited for master scholarships for international students at University of the West of England. Two scholarships are offered for one academic year and cover 50% of application fees. Applicants must have achieved the equivalent of a British 1st in an undergraduate degree and have an unconditional offer of a place. Application should be submitted till 31st May 2014. About Scholarship: University ... Read More »

NAFSA – Annual Conference & Expo set to begin on May 27th 2014 in San Diego, California for 4 days

NAFSA 2014

NAFSA – Annual Conference & Expo set to begin on May 27th 2014 in San Diego, California for 4 days. The theme of this 66th Annual Conference & Expo would be Pathways to Global Competence and is expected to have 8,000 education, immigration, and foreign policy experts from 100 countries to come together and share insights, data, and new trends ... Read More »

NZ’s universities ranked 16th in world

University-of-Auckland

New Zealand’s system of eight universities has been ranked 16th best in the world in an international league table. But the ranking, by the Universitas 21 group of universities which includes the University of Auckland, says New Zealand is punching well above its weight given its wealth. The ranking is based on measures including government funding as a percentage of ... Read More »

5 Philippines universities make Asia’s best list

University of the Philippines

By Helen Flores  Five universities in the Philippines made it to the Top 300 Asian universities list of the London-based education and career network Quacquarelli Symonds (QS). The state-run University of the Philippines-Diliman remains the country’s top school after it was ranked 63rd in the 2014 QS University Rankings in Asia. UP’s latest ranking was higher than last year’s 67th ... Read More »

Asian universities adopt strategies to boost rankings

Asia Exchange Scholarship

University enrolment continues to grow across Asia. A new report from the Unesco Institute for Statistics (UIS) has analysed ways in which countries across the region can accommodate more students while strengthening the quality of their university programmes and research. Titled “Higher Education in Asia: Expanding Out, Expanding Up”, the report will be released in Bangkok on May 19 next ... Read More »

New equine school at Royal Agricultural University

Royal Agricultural University

The Royal Agricultural University (RAU) is very pleased to announce the creation of its new School of Equine Management and Science, dedicated to equipping students with the skills required to meet the growing demands of equine-related businesses. The University’s equine courses were first established in 1992, after extensive consultations with the various areas of the equine industry. It maintains those ... Read More »

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