Saturday , 19 August 2017
                                                    
Breaking News
Home » Tag Archives: undergraduate students

Tag Archives: undergraduate students

Rising employability rates highlight opportunities in the agricultural sector

Royal Agricultural University

The Royal Agricultural University is celebrating high employability figures across the board. Recent surveys of 2013 graduates have shown that 96.3% of undergraduates and 97.5% of postgraduates were in employment or further study within six months of leaving the RAU. The official statistics for undergraduate students are produced for the annual national survey, organised by HESA (the Higher Education statistics ... Read More »

Guangdong seeks rural students for top universities

Chinese universities

Guangdong’s education authorities will create a detailed plan to recruit high school graduates from impoverished rural areas across the country into key universities in the province. The move is part of an expanded program under the Ministry of Education to recruit 50,000 students from poor rural areas into key universities nationwide this year. Apart from the 832 poor counties in ... Read More »

Syracuse University raises tuition, fees, room and board for 2014-15

Syracuse University

Syracuse University has announced increases for tuition, fees, room and board for the 2014-15 school year. Tuition for full-time undergraduates will be $40,380, an increase of 3.6 percent. Undergraduate tuition for the current 2013-14 school year is $38,970. The 3.6 percentage increase is the same as last year’s and is SU’s lowest percentage tuition increase in 48 years, according to the ... Read More »

University of Missouri to suspend Art Education Program

University of Missouri

The University of Missouri has suspended its undergraduate art education program because of its continuing lack of students, The Columbia Daily Tribune reported. Although the University will not accept new students into the program, current students have the chance to finish their coursework and graduate, The Columbia Daily Tribune reported. School officials said the decision will not cause any job ... Read More »

BIGTheme.net • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes