22 février 2017

MOOC sur la transformation RH

Logo de l'Agence Régionale de la Formation tout au long de la vie (ARFTLV Poitou-charentes)« Aborder les enjeux humains de demain en entreprise », c’est le thème d’un MOOC intitulé « Transformation RH ».
Le MOOC a lieu du 22 février au 22 mars 2017.
Plus d’infos et s’inscrire au MOOC. Voir l'article...

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Rendez-vous avec les Geiq en mars

Logo de l'Agence Régionale de la Formation tout au long de la vie (ARFTLV Poitou-charentes)Du 15 au 17 mars 2017 sont organisés « 3 jours avec les Geiq ». Les groupements d’employeurs pour l’insertion et la qualification prévoient informations collectives, job dating et journées portes ouvertes afin de faire connaître leurs actions de recrutement, d’accompagnement et d’ingénierie de formation.
Plus d’informations sur l’événement. Voir l'article...

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Nigerian Open University expanding to meet high demand

The registered active student population of the National Open University of Nigeria has hit 254,000, reports Premium Times. . More...

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Education students being 'thrown under the bus' – Judge

A Supreme Court judge in Canada has said that education students on the cusp of graduating from universities are being "thrown under the bus" by a work-to-rule campaign being waged by Nova Scotia's public school teachers, writes Blair Rhodes for CBC News. More...

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Idle research network reactivated after more than a year

The Nigerian Research and Education Network has been reactivated after lying idle for more than one year, after funds were made available, writes Chike Onwuegbuchi for The Guardian Nigeria. More...

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University president seeks exchanges in the sciences

The University of Costa Rica has been stepping up its efforts to expand cooperation with Korean universities and institutions, especially in the sciences, writes Chung Hyun-chae for The Korea Times. More...

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Economists reject full higher education tuition subsidy

Economic managers are opposing proposals to fully subsidise tuition in state universities and colleges, saying it would not be beneficial to the poor and would be a financial drain for the government, writes Czeriza Valencia for The Philippine Star. More...

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Ministry urges private higher institutions to merge

Out of 4,455 higher education institutions in Indonesia, more than 3,200 are private and many of them are not run effectively – which is why the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education is urging them to merge, reports the Jakarta Globe. More...

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Universities turn a blind eye to disability

A new report claims that visually impaired students are being failed by Ireland’s education system and are 50% less likely to go to college than their classmates, writes Aoife Finneran for The Irish Sun. More...

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Unemployed graduates ‘still at acceptable level’

A recent donation of US$115 million by billionaires Chen Tianqiao and Chrissy Luo Qianqian, the founders of internet game giant Shanda, to the California Institute of Technology for brain research has drawn criticism in China, writes Alice Yan for South China Morning Post. More...

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