18 mai 2019

Paying for Students to Move

HomeBy Ashley A. Smith. The largest technical college in Kansas is paying relocation and housing costs for students to move to the area, many from other states, to deal with a work-force shortage in the local aviation industry. More...

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25 avril 2019

Écoles de commerce (3) : le coût

Sur le blog "Histoires d'universités" de Pierre Dubois. Troisième chronique sur les écoles de commerce, gestion et vente : le coût. Coût pour l’État, les régions, les entreprises. Coût pour les étudiants et leurs familles (inscription aux concours ; inscription aux études). Plus...

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21 avril 2019

How South Africa could fund steeper higher education costs

The ConversationRecent student protests over tuition fees, university staff and curricula, university autonomy and outsourcing have highlighted a number of issues facing South Africa. More...

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31 mars 2019

The high cost of college textbooks, explained

Techno-News BlogTextbook publishers, for their part, have begun acknowledging that textbooks and other course materials have become so expensive that some students simply can’t afford them, even if it means their grades will suffer as a result. More...

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11 mars 2019

Is Online Learning Cheaper?

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Is Online Learning Cheaper?
Terry Anderson, Virtual Canuck, August 2, 2013
My answer would be, "It depends on what you're doing and who is doing it." Terry Anderson references Tom Carey and David Trick (2013), How Online Learning Affects Productivity, Cost and Quality in Higher Education: An Environmental Scan and Review of the Literature. More...

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02 mars 2019

The True Cost of Inclusive Access

HomeBy Lindsay McKenzie. A college is accused of making it nearly impossible for students to opt out of a program that automatically bills them for textbooks -- a potential breach of government regulations. More...

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24 février 2019

Le véritable coût de la voiture électrique

C2RP Carif-Oref Hauts-de-France Effet sur l’emploi dans le secteur automobile, investissements pour les Etats, impact environnemental… des interrogations se font jour alors que les constructeurs européens sont censés vendre un tiers de véhicules à zéro émission d’ici à dix ans. Plus...

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29 janvier 2019

Price and Cost are Not the Same Thing

By Matt Reed. Folks who follow higher ed policy debates know that price and cost are not the same thing. But most people don’t. So, a brief foray into “explainer” blogging follows. More...

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27 janvier 2019

Online classes cost reduced to same as on-campus classes

Techno-News Blog The price of online courses through the University of Memphis have been reduced to become the same price as on-campus courses. Previously, online courses at the UofM required an additional tuition premium that made them more expensive than on-campus courses. More...

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23 janvier 2019

Diversify Australian tertiary ed to reduce costs, says Nous group

By Anton Crace. Changing Australia’s tertiary education funding and removing institutions’ need to cross-subsidise research with teaching funding could lead to cheaper alternatives for students and alleviate the urgency for international student fees, according to a report from consultancy Nous Group. More...

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