07 mars 2016

Outcomes of the seminar "learning providers and the quality of learning delivery"

HomeThe outcomes of the seminar "learning providers and the quality of learning delivery" that took place in Thessaloniki on 10 and 11 December 2015 are available to download. More...

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Commissioner Thyssen visits Cedefop exhibition at the Berlaymont

Home European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility Marianne Thyssen visited the Cedefop exhibition marking the agency's 40 year anniversary at the Berlaymont building in Brussels on 19 February. More...

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Fostering partnerships for continuing training – Cedefop workshop

Home This field is still rather underplayed. Cooperation is mostly practiced in the area of research, development and innovation, but less in education, especially when it comes to continuing vocational education and training (CVET). The workshop focused on work-based learning (WBL), i.e. linking WBL in the world of work with learning in higher education for continuous professional development. More...

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Semaine nationale des missions locales du 10 au 18 mars 2016

Numero_VertLa 1ère Semaine nationale des Missions Locales va se dérouler du 10 au 18 mars 2016 : plus de 500 événements sont programmés partout en France pour promouvoir les politiques publiques d`insertion des jeunes de 16 à 25 ans, avec un accompagnement de leur parcours vers l`emploi et l`autonomie.

Les dates et les lieux de ces manifestations en région Provence-Alpes-Côte d`Azur sont disponibles sur le site de l`Union nationale des Missions locales.

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Remote learning expands options for public universities

Higher education providers across Latin America are turning to online study instead of traditional lecture halls as a way of bringing university education within the reach of growing numbers of less affluent students, writes Richard House for Financial Times. Read more...

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New programme for 2,000 science students to PhD level

Up to 2,000 students at 40 British universities are to be educated to PhD level in engineering and physical sciences under a US$261 million programme announced last week, reports Xinhua. Read more...

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British agency to rank country’s universities

Albania is to pay a British agency, the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education, around €700,000 (US$766,000) to rank the quality of its 35 public and private universities, writes Fatjona Mejdini for BIRN. Read more...

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Harvard abolishes 'master' in titles in slavery row

Harvard University is going to remove the word ‘master’ from academic titles, after protests from students who claimed the title had echoes of slavery, writes Sean Coughlan for the BBC. Read more...

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Universities should cut majors not in demand – Official

Universities should close down or admit fewer students into disciplines with which the civil service is oversupplied, according to the head of the agency responsible for public sector employment, writes Laila Azzeh for The Jordan Times. Read more...

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New arts universities to be banned

The National Accreditation Board is formulating new guidelines that will ban people from establishing arts-based universities in the country, reports GhanaWeb. Read more...

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