25 décembre 2014

L'AIU à la Conférence mondiale UNESCO sur l'éducation au développent durable, Japon, 2014

La Conférence mondiale UNESCO sur l'éducation au développement durable adopte la déclaration d'Aïchi-Nagoya et lance le Plan d'Action Global (GAP)
L'Association internationale des universités a représentés ses Membres lors de cette Conférence qui célébrait la fin de la Décennie pour l'éducation au développement durable et lançait les initiatives pour sa suite.
L'AIU a fortement souligné l'importance du rôle de l'enseignement supérieur pour la mise en œuvre d'un développement durable pour aujourd'hui et demain. L'AIU était co-organisatrice de la Conférence internationale sur l'enseignement supérieur pour le développement durable et était présente sur de nombreux panels lors de la Conférence mondiale UNESCO sur l'éducation au développement durable; elle était en charge de la sesssion sur 'Enseignement supérieur et Recherche' au service du développement durable.
Ces conférences internationale et mondiale ont eu lieu les 9 et les 10 au 12 novembre 2014, à Nagoya.
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Pour partager et mettre en lumières vos initiatives à l'enseignement supérieur pour le développement durable merci de vous rendre sur le portail: www.iau-hesd.net/fr. Voir l'article...

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IAU at the UNESCO World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development, Japan, 2014!

The UNESCO World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development (WC-ESD) adopts the Aichi-Nagoya Declaration and launches the Global Action Programme.
The International Association of Universities represented its Members and strongly advocated for higher education for sustainable development at both the International Conference on Higher Education for Sustainable Development, which it helped organise, and the UNESCO World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development!, during which IAU spoke on a variety of pannels besides co-organising the Workshop on Higher education and Research.
Both Conferences took place in Nagoya, Japan, on 9 and on 10 to 12 November 2014!
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To bring your inistitives and events on HESD to the attetion of the broader higher education community please go to the IAU global potrtal on HESD. More...

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Just released: New in Hedbib December 2014

The December 2014 edition of New in Hedbib has been released. Containing references and abstracts of the latest higher education research articles and publications worldwide and links to online publications, this resource is produced from HEDBIB, the International Database on Higher Education. It represents all world regions with a focus on IAU’s priority themes – Equitable access and success in higher education, Education for All; Information and Communication Technologies; Intercultural dialogue; Internationalization; Research and doctoral education; and Sustainable development. Each edition highlights recommended publications. Contact: Amanda Sudic. More...

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Higher education - case studies

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No matter what your circumstances, Higher education may be the right choice for you. Students from various backgrounds share their experience of studying for a qualification and how it has helped their careers.
How others have accessed higher education
If you are the first in your family to think about going to university, are a mature student, have a disability or special educational needs, or are worried about the cost of higher education, you may think higher education is out of reach
The people in the videos below share their experiences of the support they received to help them into higher education:

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Changing career

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Thinking about a career change? It can sometimes be difficult to work out whether you just need a new challenge, or if it’s time to take a completely different direction. If you need help with making the right decision, you can get free impartial advice from a careers adviser.
How satisfied are you with your career?
Thinking about what you’ve achieved in your career so far can be a good place to start. Success means different things to different people, but you may want to consider whether you’ve:

  • enjoyed the challenges you’ve met in your work
  • been promoted in line with your talents
  • achieved a salary that lets you live the way you want
  • built up expertise in your line of work
  • made an impact, within your organisation, or more widely
  • earned the respect of clients, customers and colleagues. More...

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Life and work after graduation

n i direct government servicesOnce you’ve got it, your higher education qualification could open up plenty of career options - or pave the way for postgraduate study.
What options are available to graduates?
Your university or college will be able to help you weigh up your options after graduation. They will be able to advise on options for further study, or give you some tips on the best places to look for careers leads.
While in higher education you might want to think about enhancing your employability through voluntary work or other work experience opportunities. Getting involved with student newspapers, radio stations, sports classes or taster courses might also help provide the kind of experience employers are looking for.

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Higher education and your career

n i direct government servicesYour choice of career might be a key reason in deciding whether to go into higher education and what course to take. Look at the different options available, and focus on what you think is best for your future.
Research your career
Going into higher education can open up new career options, and choosing which course and career is right for you can be an exciting process. It's an opportunity to look at what kind of person you are, what kind of life you want and how you can achieve your goals in the real world.
Before making any career decisions you should research the following areas to make sure you make a successful career choice:

  • skills and entry requirements
  • options with your subjects/qualifications
  • are there jobs in the area you are considering
  • employment trends – where the jobs are now and likely to be in the future
  • vacancies that employers find hard to fill
  • where jobs are advertised
  • Job trends

Higher education and your career prospects
Higher education helps you develop qualities that employers value, such as problem-solving and communication skills. By doing a higher education course you will increase your chances of getting a job and earning more money.
A higher education qualification is necessary for some careers - such as medicine, dentistry, chartered engineering and architecture. For some professions - like law or speech therapy- you will need an additional postgraduate qualification before you can practise.
Exploring your career options
If you decide to go on to higher education you need to make sure the course you take best suits what you want to do with your life.
The Careers Service can offer you free impartial information, advice and guidance on the career options available.

Choosing a course to suit your career plans
Selecting the best possible course for you is a key career decision to make, and often a challenging one. There can be intense competition for the most popular courses, and later for graduate jobs. There are tens of thousands of courses, and the same title of course will not be taught in the same way, or cover the same material, at every university offering it.
Course accreditation from professional bodies
Some professions approve or accredit related courses. If you're looking to pursue a career in a particular area, check your course is one of those approved by the relevant body. Every institution should be able to give you this information.

Changing your career direction through higher education
You don't need to have academic qualifications to go into higher education. Some universities are prepared to accept life and work experience as an alternative to formal qualifications. They may take your work experience into account if you apply to do an Access course, a foundation course or foundation year.

Finding out more about graduate careers
If you have decided on, or are thinking about, a particular higher education course, you may want to:explore the graduate job market in your chosen field and find out about salaries for particular jobs

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The benefits of higher education

n i direct government servicesHigher education gives you the chance to study a subject you are interested in and boost your career prospects and earnings potential. If you are thinking of higher education, help and support is available.
Reach higher - is higher education right for you?
No matter what your age or background is, or if you don't know anyone else in higher education, it could still be the right choice for you. You can take a higher education course at a university, higher education college or at some further education colleges.

Why go to university or college?
Higher education could benefit you in a number of ways. University or college lets you experience a rich cultural and social scene, meet different people and study something you are really interested in. A higher education qualification can lead to increased earning potential, a wider range of opportunities, and a more rewarding career.

How much is it going to cost?
The cost of higher education can vary depending on where you study and the length of courses. Financial support is available, so money needn’t be a barrier. The help you can get depends on your family income and the type of course you’re doing. Universities and colleges also offer support and bursaries so contact them directly to find out what they offer.

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Postgraduate qualifications

n i direct government servicesIf you want to continue your studies after a bachelor's degree, or learn more about a particular subject, there are a range of postgraduate qualifications available. Some are linked to a specific profession, while others allow you to complete an original piece of research.
What is a postgraduate qualification?
There are four main types of postgraduate qualifications:

  • postgraduate certificates
  • postgraduate diplomas
  • master's degrees
  • doctorates

Most types of postgraduate qualification will include taught and research elements. More...

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Qualification and Credit Framework

n i direct government servicesVocational qualifications on the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) are work-related qualifications. They are designed to allow you to learn in a way that suits you, and give you the skills that employers are looking for. There are lots to choose from, in a wide range of subjects. More...

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