31 août 2013

Centro Interuniversitario de Desarrollo (CINDA)

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 El Centro Interuniversitario de Desarrollo (CINDA) es una corporación internacional sin fines de lucro, integrada por universidades de América Latina y Europa. CINDA, en conjunto con las universidades integradas al Sistema han explorado temas centrales sobre política y gestión universitaria con el interés de poner el conocimiento acumulado al servicio de las políticas públicas y de las instituciones correspondientes. The link address is: http://www.cinda.cl/

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Columbus

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 Columbus es una asociación sin fines de lucro, fundada por la Asociación Europea de Universidades (EUA) y la Asociación de Universidades Latinoamericanas (AULA). Hoy, reúne a 51 universidades miembros: 35 universidades latinoamericanas y 16 universidades europeas. Desde 1987, Columbus promueve la cooperación entre universidades de Europa y América Latina. Su consolidada red de instituciones de educación superior y de responsables de la gestión universitaria es un espacio donde los directivos pueden identificar e implementar estrategias institucionales para responder a nuevos desafíos. The link address is: http://www.columbus-web.com/

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28 août 2013

Fewer Law School Applicants Due To Lack Of Jobs, High Tuition

http://wosu.org/2012/common/images/wosu-color-128-32.pngBy . As students return to class, there are fewer law students in the lecture halls. Law schools across the country report close to a 20 percent drop in the number of applicants this fall. The lingering recession, staffing cuts at law firms, and the rising cost of a law degree get the blame for the decline. It can cost more than $100,000 to earn a law degree. Twenty-three year old Brandon Edwards says that was too much when he thought about attending law school full time at the University of Cincinnati. So he decided to stay home in Columbus and attend Capital University’s law school. More...

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MBA : des frais de scolarité de plus en plus fous

http://www.e-orientations.com/imgs/orientation-etudes-metier-emploi.gifLes MBA américains sont souvent en pole position dans les classements mondiaux. Mais ils sont également les plus onéreux, frisant parfois les 200 000 dollars ! Pourtant, l'investissement est rapidement récupéré…
L'UNEF a récemment pointé du doigt la hausse du coût de la vie étudiante. Mais on est bien loin des coûts délirants pratiqués outre-Atlantique ! Logement, assurance santé, transport,… A ces coûts s'ajoutent parfois les frais de scolarité mirobolants. Dans un pays où les MBA coûtent parfois jusqu'à 200 000 dollars, les étudiants doivent se serrer la ceinture… pour un temps seulement. Suite...

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25 août 2013

American Gulf University’s Presence in the UAE

http://www.hastac.org/files/imagecache/Small/hastac-icon.jpgBy Michelle Kwan. American Gulf University is a reputable online university that has branches all over the world and especially in the UAE. The University is renowned for imparting country-specific education to students in keeping with the market conditions of the region. Accordingly, American Gulf University hires and allocates teachers so that the students are more receptive to learning and there are no language barriers or similar problems.
American Gulf University's presence in the UAE means that students studying in that region are exposed to the highest levels of excellence in education and innovation. The prospering economy of the UAE provides the perfect base for cultivation of natural talent and a promise of extraordinary achievement. American Gulf University offers 71 majors in its 16 schools of education. More...

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Why Does College Cost So Much--And Why Do So Many Pundits Get It Wrong?

http://www.hastac.org/files/imagecache/Small/hastac-icon.jpgBy Cathy Davidson. To say that American universities are too expensive is like saying cars are too expensive. What do we mean by such a statement?  Are we talking about the cost of a Lamborghini Veneno (at 3.5M, one of the world's  most expensive cars) or a Hyundai Atos (at $9000, one of the least expensive)?  For the captain of industry, the sultan, or the magnate, there might not be enough luxury features on the Lamborghini.  For the person barely hanging on to that minimum wage job with no benefits, paying $9000 for an Atos to get across town to work at Walmart every day may be hopelessly out of reach.
So is the Hyundai too expensive?  Is the Lamborghini too cheap?
That is the kind of question we need to be asking of U.S. higher education, an ad hoc system that varies tremendously by state and by kind.  Unlike many countries, we do not have a publiic, national university system. The range of tuition costs (elite private university? public community college? for-profit institution? online provider?) is as diverse as the students being served. More...

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U.S. universities top world rankings

University Business Magazine logoBy Matt Zalaznick. U.S. universities took eight of the top 10 places in a ranking of 500 world universities by a China-based research center. Harvard, Stanford, University of California at Berkeley and MIT took the top four spots, followed by Cambridge in England, on the annual Academic Ranking of World Universities by The Center for World-Class Universities at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. More...

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22 août 2013

Canadian Millennials Look For Opportunities Abroad, Embrace Expatriate Culture

http://s.huffpost.com/images/snn-logo-comments.pngBy . Royal Tsang was working at a bank in Canada when he was offered an opportunity to move to Hong Kong. The 29-year-old Vancouver native had never lived abroad before, but took the opportunity to gain global experience. Almost two years later, he says the nature of the job in Hong Kong is global in scope, making it an ideal place for career growth and making connections from around the world. Tsang is one of many Canadian millennials who have sought experiences abroad.
Each year, 10 to 12 per cent more students go abroad, says Glynn Hunter Executive Director at the University of Calgary International. Universities are increasingly making opportunities abroad a priority in their academic plans, and a nursing student can now do their practicum at a campus in Qatar. More...

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21 août 2013

Canadian universities assisting international students caught in visa backlog

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQXqXhP3sQmoMYGA5nHvl9mCNTZroT4XFMeVNJVT-SXBXCc_aQe4IIFaB8By . Schools are informing prospective students of options, which include starting later, in the hopes that overseas students won’t choose to study elsewhere. Canadian universities are being proactive and offering support to international students caught in the visa backlog created by the labour dispute between federal government and foreign diplomats. More...

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University of Alberta suspends admission to 20 arts programs

http://profile.ak.fbcdn.net/hprofile-ak-frc3/373030_100429659640_257453280_q.jpgBy Alex Migda. The University of Alberta is suspending admission to 20 arts programs as the faculty grapples with a budget shortfall over the next three years. The programs were chosen “because they have had 10 or fewer students enrolled as majors” in each fall term, from 2005 to 2012, according to an Aug. 16 memo from dean Lesley Cormack to her department chairs. Some of the programs have no students enrolled. Cormack stressed that students already enrolled in the programs will be allowed to complete their major. More...

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