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UWE Bristol in top twelve Universities for widening access to Higher Education

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UWE Bristol is in the main twelve Universities for augmenting get to and enhancing accomplishment among understudies from low wage and other under-spoke to gatherings, as indicated by a report distributed today by HEFCE and OFFA. The figures likewise demonstrate that UWE is seventh as far as the sum put resources into guaranteeing understudies succeed on their courses after they ... Read More »

Trinity Laban consistently hits employability high for music and dance graduates

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New evaluates today demonstrate that for the second year consecutively 99%* of the students from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance were in livelihood or in further study six months in the wake of graduating. The HESA Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education 2012-13 review, distributed today, puts Trinity Laban’s employability rating at 98.8%. Trinity Laban Principal, Professor Anthony ... Read More »

J-5 for the 687,000 candidates Bac

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This session introduces some new features, like the ability to pass oral videoconference Nearly 687,000 baccalaureate candidates from 13 to 92 years, Monday attack a marathon six days written tests to get their diplomas, most sesame access to higher education. The tray is a gigantic machine that logistics is presented Wednesday by the new Director of School Education, Florence Robine: ... Read More »

CDU removes uncertainty about 2014 university fees

Students who enrol and begin studying at Charles Darwin University in 2014 will avoid the uncertainty surrounding funding changes foreshadowed by the Australian Government. Vice-Chancellor of CDU Professor Simon Maddocks said Higher Education students who enrolled and started studying at CDU this year, including in Semester 2 and Summer Semester, would have the same fee conditions as current students. These ... Read More »

Enrolment growth forces Asian universities to expand, diversify

But experts warn that countries need to focus on quality and aim for top standards THE NUMBER of enrolments in higher education has risen across Asia with developing nations such as Laos and Pakistan and more advanced countries like Japan all reporting a significant increase. The explosive growth, according to the Unesco Institute for Statistics (UIS), has much to do ... Read More »

NTEU Analysis: Student debt projected to exceed government net debt

NTEU analysis released shows that the Abbott Government is shifting debt and costs away from the government and onto students. Crucially, it shows that the level of debt students will owe the government will exceed the Australian government’s net debt sometime in the early 2020s as a result of their higher education changes. NTEU National President, Jeannie Rea said this ... Read More »

Australia: Regional unis feel the heat from budget changes

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As students hold a day of protest against changes to higher education, regional universities have spoken out against the budget, fearing they and their students will be out in the cold. Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his education minister Christopher Pyne were forced to abandon a visit to Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria, over security concerns as protests kicked off ... Read More »

CDU moves up list of world’s top 50 young unis

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Charles Darwin University has scored a rankings hat-trick by featuring on a prestigious list of the world’s best universities that are less than 50 years old – for the third consecutive year. The Times Higher Education “100 Under 50” list recognises the rising stars of higher education globally. CDU has risen from 77th place last year to 69th place this ... Read More »

Pyne signals more autonomy for unis could mean higher fees for students

Leader of the House Christopher Pyne during House of Representatives question time at Parliament House in Canberra, Monday, March 24, 2014. (AAP Image/Daniel Munoz) NO ARCHIVING

Education minister Christopher Pyne has given his strongest indicator yet that university fees will be deregulated, removing the cap on what universities can charge students. In a speech at The Policy Exchange in London, Minister Pyne declined to pre-empt any budget announcements, but emphasised the deregulatory nature of the Liberal government and insisted universities need more autonomy. Pyne said the ... Read More »

Turkish, Arab universities convene in Turkey

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The first Turkish-Arab Congress on Higher Education started in Istanbul to seek cooperation in the field of higher education between the universities of Turkey and the Arab world. Secretary-general of the congress, Orhan Alimoglu, said one of the goals of the meeting was sharing information about recent trends in higher education. How to improve the current situation of Arab and ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes