09 novembre 2015

Financer sa formation

Studyrama Pro - Gestion de carrière et évolution professionnelleFrais de scolarité, manque à gagner si l’on arrête de travailler durant sa reprise d’études et dépenses imputables à l’hébergement et aux repas : reprendre une formation peut représenter un budget conséquent. D’autant plus que cette formation est longue. Voir l'article...

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31 octobre 2015

Financing the Green Climate Fund

France Stratégie - Commissariat à la stratégie et à la prospectiveBy Dr. Matthias Kroll - Based on "How central banks can contribute to staying below the 2°C benchmark by purchasing Green Climate Bonds.", Future Finance - Policy Brief No. 1, 4/2015. More...

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How to Finance the Low Carbon Transition: The Role of the Financial System

France Stratégie - Commissariat à la stratégie et à la prospectiveThe aim of this webpage, co-hosted by France Stratégie and CEPII, is to provide a medium for experts and non-experts to discuss the merits and the limits of the various proposals and initiatives in the field of international finance. It is intended to become a forum where the debate on the financial system’s contribution to the energy transition can flourish. More...

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21 octobre 2015

Are Australia’s universities under-funded?

Résultat de recherche d'images pour Since the 1990s, it is said, Australian universities have become ever more under-funded and over-reliant on fee income. Internationally we seem to lag our peers, as governments short-change the sector, our students and society.
Some claim that in 2011 Australia’s public spending on universities “ranked thirty-third out of the thirty-four OECD member countries”. While governments across the OECD spent an average of 1.1% of their GDP, Australia spent just 0.7%. However the story is not so simple. More...

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20 octobre 2015

Cut HE funding to boost FE, says thinktank report

By John Elmes. Policy Exchange calls on government to redirect £500 million from universities to colleges. More...

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18 octobre 2015

Requiring colleges to supplement, not supplant, federal aid

University Business Magazine logoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. The federal government’s oldest grant program that helps low-income students gain access to college may be on the chopping block. More...

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16 octobre 2015

Bénéficiez de financements exceptionnels

Retour à la page d'accueil de DEFIEntreprises de moins de 50 salariés
Les branche professionnelle, le FPSPP et l'OPCA DEFi se mobilisent pour permettre aux TPE/PME de développer les compétences de leurs salariés.
Vous avez jusqu'au 31 décembre 2015 pour faire une demande. Pour en savoir plus, cliquez ici. Voir l'article...

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01 octobre 2015

Higher education funding changes put on the back burner for at least a year

http://static.guim.co.uk/static/c55907932af8ee96c21b7d89a9ebeedb4602fbbf/common/images/logos/the-guardian/news.gifBy . The Turnbull government has accepted the political reality on the Coalition’s stalled higher education package and said it would delay introducing funding cuts and fee deregulation by at least a year. More...

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29 septembre 2015

Gov. Nixon announces increased funding for higher education

University Business Magazine logoBy Stefanie Botelho. Gov. Jay Nixon announced Monday a 6 percent increase in funding for the higher education system in Missouri. More...

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24 septembre 2015

Funding should go to whoever delivers best bang for the buck

HomeBy Vicki Thomson. Halt support of research that cannot deliver quality results
It is of critical importance that taxpayer-funded research be of demonstrable high quality to ensure a return on investment to the nation and to ensure the best training of our future researchers. More...

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