31 mars 2018

College of Southern Idaho board endorses bachelor's degree proposal

University Business Magazine logoCollege of Southern Idaho trustees endorsed a proposal Monday to offer two bachelor’s degrees — possibly starting in fall 2019. More...

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28 mars 2018

Nouveau bac : pour trouver les bonnes épreuves, posons les bonnes questions

The ConversationLa réforme du bac met en pleine lumière le problème de ses épreuves, qui sont à « réinventer ». Certaines épreuves semblent soudainement bénéficier d’une nouvelle et forte cote (un grand oral ?). D’autres sont menacées de disparition (ex : le « sujet d’invention », épreuve d’écriture créative en français). Plus...

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27 mars 2018

Are too many graduates getting good degrees?

The ConversationMore than a quarter of UK graduates received a first-class degree, and nearly half received an upper second-class award in 2016-2017. This means 75% of graduates gained “good degrees” – up from 60% ten years ago. More...

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26 mars 2018

In Defense of Graduate Organizations

After undergraduate studies, the idea of joining an on-campus organization may seem ludicrous especially with the other responsibilities entrusted to graduate students. You have deadlines to meet, office hours to hold, and not to mention your own personal life. However, getting involved with your Graduate Student Association (GSA) can be helpful to your overall graduate experience. More...

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25 mars 2018

Will Master's Gains Come at Expense of the M.B.A.?

HomeBy Scott Jaschik. New data suggest one-year programs in finance and related fields may be poised for gains.
Several years ago, some universities sensed a growing market for one-year master's programs in fields such as finance -- with prospective students seeing these programs as an alternative to the two-year M.B.A. Students reported getting good jobs with the one-year programs and not paying the tuition (or taking on the debt) associated with a full-time two-year M.B.A. More...

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24 mars 2018

Look Who’s Championing the Degree

http://people.uis.edu/rschr1/wp-content/themes/default/images/kubrickheader.jpgTechno-News Blog. Coursera is now putting much of its energy into — and staking much of its future on — academic programs launched in conjunction with some of the world’s leading universities, with Arizona State University, Imperial College London and the Universities of London and Michigan joining its degree-program ranks today. More...

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Here’s 5 Reasons Why You Should Study An Online MBA In 2018

http://people.uis.edu/rschr1/wp-content/themes/default/images/kubrickheader.jpgTechno-News Blog. Online MBAs offer opportunities for women in business, career progression, and flexible learning.   A labyrinth of opportunity is opening up for students in search of an MBA, but who struggle to find the time amid family and work commitments—distance learning manages to conjure up more hours in the day. More...

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Coursera teams with 5 universities to expand its full masters and bachelors degree programs

http://people.uis.edu/rschr1/wp-content/themes/default/images/kubrickheader.jpgTechno-News Blog. With traditional university programs getting more expensive and competitive, we’re seeing a boom in the number of alternative programs that are taking advantage of the internet and more flexible teaching and learning formats to fill the gap in the market. More...

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Coursera to offer degrees from UK universities

http://people.uis.edu/rschr1/wp-content/themes/default/images/kubrickheader.jpgTechno-News Blog. Online learning platform Coursera is set to offer its first degrees from UK universities, including its first ever bachelor’s programme. The Californian company announced on 6 March that it would host a new public health master’s from Imperial College London, as well as a computer science bachelor’s from the University of London. More...

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Les coefficients du nouveau bac

Le contrôle continu comptera pour 10 % de la note, les épreuves ponctuelles pour 30 % et les épreuves finales pour 60 %. Plus...

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