04 juillet 2013

Scénarios pour les compétences et le marché du travail à l’horizon 2025

Logo de l'Agence Régionale de la Formation tout au long de la vie (ARFTLV Poitou-charentes)Le Cedefop publie une note prospective sur les besoins en compétences à l’horizon 2025. Cette projection sur l’offre et la demande de compétences dans l’Union européenne fait état d’un retour progressif à la croissance de l’emploi et d’une population active plus âgée mais mieux qualifiée. Dans un horizon porté de 2020 à 2025, l’élément qui se démarque est l’accélération de la demande de qualifications de niveau élevé.
Dans sa note, le Cedefop considère trois scénarios « pour montrer l’influence possible de différentes situations économiques sur le marché du travail d’ici à 2025 ». Consulter la note du Cedefop. Voir l'article entier...
Logo de l'Agence Régionale de la Formation tout au long de la vie (ARFTLV Poitou-charentes) CEDEFOP skelbia perspektyvų dėmesį į įgūdžių poreikius 2025 m. Šis pasiūlos ir paklausos įgūdžių Europos Sąjungos projekcija pranešė laipsniškai grįžti prie užimtumo augimo ir senesnius bet geriau kvalifikuotos darbo jėgos. Daugiau...

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Russia looks to attract EU students

http://www.rsc.org/chemistryworld/sites/all/themes/chemistryworld/images/rsc_logo_elearn.jpgBy . The Russian government is planning to up its quota for foreign students studying on state funded places at its universities by 50%. The new quota will be set at 15,000 overseas students. Gulnara Krasnova, deputy president of Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, one of Russia’s most prestigious universities, says that increasing the quota is part of ambitious state plans to attract foreign students by creating the right conditions to both study, and later work, in the country. According to Izvestia, one of Russia’s leading business papers, there are currently more than 250,000 foreign students from 150 countries studying in Russian universities. The Russian education ministry wants the number of foreign students to make up 6% of the student population by 2015, growing to 10% in 2018. Krasnova said that particular attention will be paid to European students as the Russian labour market is currently more promising for them than the EU, where unemployment is steadily growing. Russian unemployment rate is only 5.2%, compared with 5.4% in Germany, 7.8% in the UK, 11% in France and 12% in Italy. Read more...

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Russia to recognise degrees from 11 Chinese universities

http://nl.media.rbth.ru/web/en-hkrbth/images/2013-07/big/3532005-china-468.jpgBy Yulia Strelchuk. A number of Russian universities will have the right to independently recognise foreign educational degrees and academic titles among which there are 11 Chinese universities. Starting on 1 September 2013, when a new academic year starts in Russia, a number of Russian universities will have the right to independently recognise foreign educational degrees and academic titles.-
There will be 33 such institutions in this country, including People's Friendship University of Russia (PFUR), Moscow State University, St Petersburg State University, and National Research University – Higher School of Economics (HSE).
Up until now, nostrification of foreign degrees has remained the prerogative of the Glaveksperttsentr agency, which reports to the Federal Education and Science Supervisory Service. Read more...

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The plight of Latin America's teachers

http://media.trb.com/media/thumbnails/storylink/2011-01/58584855-04104021.jpgIt's no wonder that protesters in Brazil are holding signs reading "more education, less soccer," or that there are constant teacher strikes in Argentina, Chile, Venezuela and Mexico - Latin American schoolteachers are among the most miserably paid in the world.
Last week, as protesters in Brazil complained about their country's huge expenditures for hosting the 2014 World Cup soccer tournament and held signs with slogans such as "Japan: take our soccer, give us your education," a new study by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development showed that teachers in Latin America earn less, work longer hours and have less time to prepare their classes than their counterparts in other regions.
The report, titled "Education at a Glance 2013," also shows that Finland and South Korea, which consistently rank at the top of international student achievement tests, pay their teachers almost twice as much as Latin American countries. Read more...

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UAE education market seen at $7.3bn

http://www.tradearabia.com/images/logo-up-sh.pngThe UAE education sector now accounts for approximately 24 per cent of total government expenditure and is estimated at a market size of $7.3 billion, a report said.
Due to its promising growth prospects, the UAE is fast becoming a hot destination for foreign education organisations as well as investors interested in seeking opportunities in the higher education sector, added the report, titled Education Sector in UAE to 2016 and published by ReportLinker.
Globalisation is also a key factor leading to the entry of several international players keen on providing quality education as per international standards, according to the report. Read more...

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Japan's top 13 varsities to teach in English

http://w1.nst.com.my/img/nst/new-straits-times.gifNOT being fluent in Japanese will no longer an obstacle for students wanting to pursue their higher education in Japan, thanks to the "Global 30" project.
Students can study at Japan's 13 top universities as they are conducting degree programmes in English.
Supported by the Japanese government, the project aims to bring 300,000 international students to universities in Japan.
Spearheading the move, Tokyo University, which was founded 136 years ago as the First Imperial College of Japan, has introduced an undergraduate programme taught entirely in English. Read more...

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EDUCATION Vietnam bans new universities in Hanoi, HCMC

http://tuoitrenews.vn/assets/3348cc33/images/logonew.pngVietnam will not allow the establishment of new junior colleges and universities in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City between 2016 and 2020, according to a government decision issued late last month.
The nation will give high priority to the formation of higher education institutions in key economic zones in the northern, central, and southern regions during the same period, the decision said. Annual enrollment quotas are expected to grow by 0.3 percent and new full-time enrollees are predicted to expand by 1.5 percent per annum over these years. Vietnam plans to hike its total enrollments to 2.2 million, 560,000 of which will be new full-time enrollees, and take the number of junior colleges and universities to 460 by 2020. Read more...

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Unisza to set up KL, China campuses

http://w1.nst.com.my/img/nst/new-straits-times.gifBy Fahirul N. Ramli. Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin (UniSZA) will open campuses in China and Kuala Lumpur to enable international students' enrolment.
Its vice chancellor Professor Dr Yahaya Ibrahim said the China campus will be set up through collaboration with China's universities' consortium.
“We are expecting 500 students in the first intake due this September,” he said during the 2013 Unisza Excellence Awards presentation held here in the Islamic Civilisation Park, Pulau Wan Man. Read more...

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8 College Degrees with the Worst Return on Investment

http://www.salary.com/Image/300/300/Media/Default/graphics/badroi_intro.jpgBy . These Careers Might Make You Happy, But Fail the Tuition ROI Test.
College: Is it Worth It?
What's more expensive than going to college? Until recently, the answer was easy: not going to college. Numerous studies over the years have shown that individuals with college degrees significantly out-earn those with high school degrees by $1 million or more over the course of a lifetime. But as the cost of education increases faster than inflation and the economy remains relatively weak, people are beginning to question how they spend their education dollars. As student loans hit the $1 trillion mark and more and more graduates are faced with years of paying staggering monthly payments, many are starting to ask themselves, "Is it worth it?" Read more...

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Young Afghans Flock to Higher Education, but Jobs Remain Scarce

http://s0.2mdn.net/viewad/1447902/3-97x70_cm_hdr_subscribe.png. By the time the gates opened at 10 a.m., the crowd had grown almost unmanageable. As if at a rock concert, young men and women thronged Kabul’s historic Babur Garden, jostling their way to the front. But this was no music festival. It was a job fair, and the headline acts the crowd had come to see were representatives of dozens of companies brought together by the organizers, local recruitment firm Capital Jobs, with funding from the U.S. government. Filling the support slots were consultants, offering training in interview skills or tips on writing résumés. Most of the crowd got to see neither, but simply reached over the heads of those in front of them to drop their résumés into a large pile, hoping that somebody would eventually see them. Read more...

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