12 juillet 2015

Competition, Selectivity, Quality Assurance and Innovation in the Higher Educational Market

By Lynne Pepall and Dan Richards. Competition, Selectivity, Quality Assurance and Innovation in the Higher Educational Market.
Declining college matriculation rates, the unrelenting rise in net tuition costs and the questionable quality of some accredited degree programs has led to heightened public scrutiny of the higher education sector.
Competition, Selectivity, Quality Assurance and Innovation in the Higher Educational Market (PDF Download Available). Available from: http://www.researchgate.net/publication/278327941_Competition_Selectivity_Quality_Assurance_and_Innovation_in_the_Higher_Educational_Market [accessed Jul 12, 2015].

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11 juillet 2015

Marché de la formation en entreprise : le pire est-il à venir ?

Le blog de C-Campus Un blog animé par C-Campus !Par Marc Dennery. Les organismes de formation sont montés au créneau et ont exigé des améliorations sur le CPF. Hiboux, FFP… annoncent des baisses de CA de 15 à 30% pour 2015. Les chiffres font froid dans le dos, car le marché de la formation représente 150.000 salariés, essentiellement dans des entreprises petites ou moyennes, par conséquent faiblement capitalisées. Voir l'article...

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09 juillet 2015

Customization for Credit: What It Takes To Succeed in the Corporate Training Marketplace

The EvoLLLutionBy  - EvoLLLution. In the years we’ve been doing corporate training here at UC Irvine Extension, our biggest competitors really are not only some of our sister schools in the southern California area but also the non-academic private institutions that are providing the same type of training: customized onsite short courses to companies throughout the country. More...

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24 juin 2015

Countries fail to retain foreign students in job market

By Peta Lee. International students are increasingly seen as ‘designer’ or ‘model immigrants’ for the labour markets of their host countries – perfectly positioned to alleviate future talent shortages, particularly in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields. But while most would like to stay and work after graduation, many cannot find employment. Read more...

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26 mai 2015

The K12 Education Market

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. The K12 Education Market
Rachel Norris, PILOTed, 2015/05/21

Short article making the impoirtant point that the K-12 education market is a complex array of interplaying forces, including several levels of government, corporations, lobbyists, school boards, and finally, teachers and children. More...

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25 mai 2015

Creating a Fit to Stand Out: Succeeding in the Non-Traditional Market

The EvoLLLutionBy  - EvoLLLution. There are over 4,700 colleges and universities in North America and each one is doing its best to attract non-traditional students. With this being the case, how does a university stand out from all the others? The best way to stand out is to be truly student-centered. Where universities fall short is either remaining true to the “build it and they will come,” “this is how we have always done it,” and “all things to all people” mentalities. Those mentalities take the focus off the students and keep it on the institution. More...

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17 mai 2015

Jobs market faces a tsunami of university graduates

By Nader Habibi. They will join more than six million students who are currently studying in Turkey’s 170 universities. The total number of students in universities and other institutions of higher education has increased by 91%, from 3.5 million students in 2008 to 6.7 million in 2013. (Russia, with a population of 143 million, had seven million students in higher education institutions in 2013). Read more...

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13 mai 2015

Mapping The Growing Importance of Student Affairs

The EvoLLLutionBy  - EvoLLLution. In the modern higher education marketplace, being student-centered and focused on meeting the expectations of today’s student-consumers is of critical importance to the long-term success of colleges and universities. This is reflected in a wider industry trend, in which higher education institutions are starting their presidential searches by identifying candidates with experience leading student affairs divisions. More...

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Small Fish in a Big Pond: Higher Ed Institutions and the Corporate Training Market

The EvoLLLutionBy  - EvoLLLution. Given the reduction in demand from their more traditional markets, colleges and universities are looking at what were once periphery markets with renewed interest. Along those lines, the corporate training marketplace is becoming increasingly important for today’s higher education institutions. More...

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03 mai 2015

Can impact bonds improve service delivery?

By . In mid-March, the United Kingdom launched five new social impact bonds (SIB), adding to the momentum that the field has witnessed in the last few years. As the number of SIBs around the world has grown to 43, they have become more diverse both in terms of countries and social issues targeted. In the most mature SIBs market, the U.K., impacts funds have even grown to cover multiple deals instead of just individual transactions. More...

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