11 juillet 2015

La qualification d'établissement d'enseignement supérieur privé d'intérêt général (EESPIG)

Seuls les établissements créés par des associations, fondations reconnues d'utilité publique, ou syndicats professionnels (au sens de l'article L2131-1 du code du travail) peuvent obtenir la qualification d'établissement d'enseignement supérieur privé d'intérêt général (EESPIG).

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04 juillet 2015

'Partner or Perish'

HomeBy Carl Straumsheim. Influuent (the university says the name is a combination of “influence” and “influunt,” the Latin word for “flow”) is being developed as more than just a faculty directory. For the private sector, administrators say, the database could serve as a starting point for commercial partnerships; for faculty members, a “matchmaking” site for research projects; and for journalists, a catalog of experts available to comment. Read more...

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17 mai 2015

Bills to ‘privatise’ four major universities passed

By Suluck Lamubol. Thailand’s military-dominated National Legislative Assembly has passed bills granting four major public universities increased autonomy, which opponents regard as a step towards privatisation. Read more...

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29 mars 2015

A Plan to Privatize Public Universities in Illinois

HomeAdvocates for public higher education sometimes describe various state plans as efforts to de facto privatize colleges and universities. In Illinois, a Republican legislator has proposed a plan that would literally privatize the state's universities, The News-Gazette reported. Read more...

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16 mars 2015

Vade-mecum des passerelles public-privé

Des aménagements successifs ont levé les freins réglementaires à la mobilité, à la consultance et à la création.
Ce vade-mecum est destiné aux chercheurs et enseignants-chercheurs qui souhaitent effectuer une mobilité en entreprise, réaliser des travaux de consultance, ou créer une entreprise, et qui s'interrogent sur les dispositifs en vigueur et sur la marche à suivre.
Les personnels ingénieurs, techniciens et administratifs de l'enseignement supérieur et de la recherche peuvent bénèficier de certains dispositifs décrits dans le vade-mecum.
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Vade-mecum 2014 passerelles public-privé. Voir l'article...

Passerelles public-privé

 

Passerelles public-privé

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30 janvier 2015

UK: Gov imposes new regulation for private colleges

By  Katie Duncan. A ‘Rapid Response Team’ to investigate fraud allegations and ‘fit and proper’ tests for directors of alternative providers (APs) are just some of the new measures the government will apply to private colleges, as revealed yesterday in an unexpected ministerial statement by Universities and Science Minister Greg Clark. More...

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02 janvier 2015

State and private school university approaches compared

By . State schools need to move beyond a “narrow focus” on exams in order to help increase aspirations for pupils to attend university. More...

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27 décembre 2014

Le SUP privé : a waste of money

Sur le blog "Histoires d'universités" de Pierre Dubois. Private colleges are a waste of money for white, middle class kids, Max Ehrenfreund, Washington Post, December 18. Signalement par Samuel Bliman.
These students attend the University of Maryland in College Park. They were smart.
Many parents whose kids have their eye on an exclusive, private college face a difficult question: Is it worth unloading your life’s savings or having your child take on tens of thousands of dollars in student loansSuite...

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19 décembre 2014

Public-private partnerships and all that

By Beckie Smith. “We are in the midst of a widespread exercise in innovation, adaptability, and resilience”
Dr William Lawton, outgoing Director of the Observatory on Borderless Higher Education (OBHE), shares some insights on public-private partnerships (PPPs) in higher education in the wake of a successful event on the topic.
‘If PPPs are the answer, what was the question?’ That was one question tackled at the Observatory’s latest conference, ‘The future of public-private partnerships in higher education’, held on 3-4 December at Regent’s University London (incidentally a private but not-for-profit institution). Presentations can be seen here. More...

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15 décembre 2014

Canadian governments have become seduced by private-public projects

Go to the Globe and Mail homepageBy Barrie McKenna. Revelations that cash-strapped Ontario may have squandered as much as $8-billion on dozens of infrastructure projects is shocking enough.
But the real stunner for tax payers is that the province, and governments across the country, risk repeating the same costly mistakes on hundreds of future projects. More...

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