24 août 2018

Guidelines don’t address failure to report sexual assault

By Andrea Durbach. Guidelines for how universities should respond to student sexual assault and sexual harassment released on 20 July fail to address the reason so many students don’t actually report their experiences. More...

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Attirer les talents dans les PME et les ETI

Les difficultés de recrutement de PME-ETI : La situation est grave !
41% des entreprises interrogées ont des difficultés majeures de recrutement, une proportion en hausse de 7 points sur un an.
Dans un contexte de reprise économique, où les prévisions de recrutement des entreprises sont à la hausse, les PME et ETI déclarent manquer de talents pour croître.
Grâce à une enquête réalisée auprès de 2000 dirigeants de PME-ETI, Bpifrance Le Lab établit plusieurs constats qui bousculent les idées reçues sur les talents en PME et propose des recommandations concrètes accessibles à ces entreprises pour mieux attirer et fidéliser de nouvelles recrues
Ce qu’il faut retenir :
1/ 6 PME sur 10 déclarent manquer de talents pour croître
2/La notion de talents ne se limite pas seulement à celle de haut potentiel ou de top manager.
3/Pourquoi les PME-ETI manquent-elles de talents ?
4/Manquer de talents ne signifie pas toujours en vouloir.
5/ Pour combattre la pénurie de talents, Bpifrance le Lab propose cinq pistes d’action pour combattre la pénurie de talents : 3 individuelles et 2 collectives.
L’étude, les résultats de l’enquête et l’infographie sont présentées sur le site de Bpifrance

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Displaced universities face looming identity crisis

By Uliana Furiv. For many decades, universities across the world have been frequent targets during violent conflicts and wars. A significant number of higher education systems are currently operating in a situation of crisis in the Middle East, Africa, Eastern Europe and elsewhere. More...

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Transnational education and the neo-colonial disguise

By Osman Z Barnawi. How do we make sense of transnational education? Through the adoption of critical multidisciplinary lenses coupled with a long commitment to exploring new epistemological, methodological, conceptual and pedagogical understandings, Professor Phan Le-Ha has pushed us to a space that demands that the scholarly study of transnational education proactively question itself. More...

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Dutch court defers decision on English in universities

By Rosemary Salomone. A recent court decision in the Netherlands says as much about the potential and limits of court action in shaping education policy as it does about the legal status of English-language programmes in Dutch universities. More...

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Recalibrating value for money for international students

By Rahul Choudaha. "Prediction is very difficult, especially if it's about the future," said Nobel laureate Niels Bohr. So, I am looking back at my predictions from 2011 about ‘the future of international student mobility’ with scepticism. More...

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Left and right dislike direction of higher education

By Emma Pettit, The Chronicle of Higher Education. Most Americans aren’t fond of where higher education in the United States is headed, a new Pew Research Center survey has found. To learn why, the results say, find out a person’s political party. More...

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What happened to internationalisation of the curriculum?

By Craig Whitsed, Wendy Green and Carla Camargo Cassol. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button ends with Button forgetting all he had achieved throughout his life and him finally blinking out of existence. Is this an appropriate metaphor to describe what has happened to the internationalisation of the curriculum (IoC) agenda in Australia’s higher education sector. More...

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Huge rise in unconditional offers for university places

By Brendan O'Malley. Sam Gyimah, the universities minister, has accused universities of being “completely irresponsible” and undermining the credibility of university education by steeply increasing the number of unconditional offers made to prospective students in a scramble to fill places. More...

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Skills mismatch under the spotlight at Yaoundé meeting

By Christabel Ligami. Africa is likely to miss out on the fourth industrial revolution if universities do not focus on entrepreneurship courses or transform their current education curricula so as to give graduates the right skills for the job market, according to education experts. More...

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