08 février 2016

How severe is Africa’s brain drain?

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "qz.com"By Scott Firsing. Losing your doctors, engineers, professors and other skilled professionals can be detrimental to your country. Brain drain is a topic with which many countries deal. In a September open letter in Le Monde, the heads of 10 successful French start-ups pleaded with Silicon Valley expatriates to come back to a revived Paris full of new opportunities. China is another country where hundreds of thousands of educated professionals leave for education and work experience. Some return. Some do not. Read more...

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07 février 2016

La fuite des cerveaux continue

Par Orientations. Selon une étude, le niveau d’études des Français souhaitant s’expatrier augmente. S’ils ne représentent qu’une grande minorité, ce résultat confirme que la fuite des cerveaux est toujours réelle. Voir l'article...

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22 novembre 2015

Millions of graduates quit Sub-Saharan Africa

SciDevThe number of highly educated people leaving Sub-Saharan Africa to work abroad nearly doubled in a decade, a study reveals.
The research, commissioned by the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development), found that about a million Sub-Saharan Africans with a degree migrated to another, usually better off, country outside the region in 2010/11. This is a 92 per cent rise from 2000/01, bearing in mind that migration trends over the past four years are not included in this data. More...

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18 novembre 2015

'Better Alternative to Stop Brain Drain, Boost Equity'

The New Indian ExpressBy Ram M Sundaram. Rejecting the apprehensions against the GATS, a section of educationists say this agreement would open up higher education to foreign investors, which will improve the access, quality and equity. More...

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24 août 2015

Faut-il avoir peur de la fuite des cerveaux ?

Par L'Atelier de l'Emploi. Nos élites sont-elles en train de fuir l'Hexagone pour des contrées plus accueillantes ? C'est ce que laisse entendre une étude Linkedin qui relance, depuis quelques jours, la grande peur de la fuite des cerveaux. Pourtant, derrière ces chiffres se cache une réalité plus complexe. Analyse. Suite...

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05 août 2015

Ban proposed on recruitment of Russian talent to reverse brain drain

Chemistry WorldBy . The Russian parliament is planning to ban overseas non-profit organisations from luring away the country’s top students and skilled workers. These organisations, which often offer grants and support for promising students that want to study abroad and can arrange lucrative salaries at top western firms for workers with the right skills, will no longer be allowed to operate in Russia. More...

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04 août 2015

Brain drain: International student exodus from Germany

Germany's foreign students were assumed to be a hot commodity in a country desperate for skilled labor. But inhospitable employers and lack of preparation from their universities are forcing them to leave in droves.
A study published this week by the Expert Council of German Foundations on Integration and Migration (SVR) highlighted the gap between Germany's professed need for skilled labor to fill in the blanks left by an aging population versus the harsh reality faced by most foreign graduates of German universities and schools of applied sciences. More...

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14 juin 2015

Brain drain to the corporates comes as no surprise

http://static.guim.co.uk/static/c55907932af8ee96c21b7d89a9ebeedb4602fbbf/common/images/logos/the-guardian/news.gifGeorge Monbiot’s piece (How a corporate cult captures and then destroys our best graduates, 3 June) will strike a chord with many; but there is a curious naivety in the questions he claims to have put, with John Sheil, to the eight “blue chip” universities they chose to consult on the matter. More...

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11 mars 2015

How Philippines can reverse 'brain drain'

As some Filipinos continue to seek greener pastures abroad, it may seem as if the decades-long "brain drain" shows no signs of stopping.
But there's still hope for the Philippines in reversing "brain drain".
In its latest Economic Insight report, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) noted that ASEAN economies are benefiting from growing populations, but some, particularly the Philippines and Malaysia, are facing difficulty in "brain drain." More...

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22 février 2015

Curbing the brain drain from Africa and Asia

By Munyaradzi Makoni. Various studies have found that well-educated people from developing countries are likely to emigrate, hurting their economies and depriving their countries of much-needed expertise in universities. Read more...

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