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College applications from international students are taking a hit

College applications from international students are taking a hit

The political climate in the United States have led universities to raise concerns towards the decrement in international student numbers. However, changes in the...

QS serves to expand its business prominently through the acquisition of Hobsons Solutions

QS reckons to have a significant business expansion following its recent announcement of a merger with Hobsons Solutions. It also added a total of...
QS reveals its first QS World University Rankings: Masters in Management Rankings 2018

QS reveals its first ‘QS World University Rankings: Masters in Management Rankings 2018’

Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) is set to end the year with a bang by revealing its first-ever QS World University Rankings: Masters in Management Rankings...
Robots becoming the teachers of tomorrow

The fourth industrial revolution: Robots becoming the teachers of tomorrow

With the rapid advancement in technology, within 10 years, school teachers may be removed from their current job responsibilities and be assigned to roles...
Asia Pacific’s leading MBA programmes

Asia Pacific’s leading MBA programmes

The leading MBA programmes The QS Global MBA Rankings 2018 has been released, and INSEAD is ranked second behind Harvard Business School. At second place...
College students listening to a university lecture

Number of youngsters intending to go to university tumbles to lowest in eight years

The extent of youngsters who think they are probably going to go to university is at its most reduced level in years, new figures indicate,...
South African universities are not producing enough graduates

South African universities are not producing enough graduates

Statistician-General Pali Lehola attributed high university students retention rate as the cause for the raising tuition fees among South African universities. At present, universities...
One billion African youths in need of education by 2050

One billion African youths in need of education by 2050

If the current trends continue, by 2030 only one in ten youths will be on track to gain fundamental secondary-level skills in developing nations,...
Dr Eugene Mutimura : Call to increase ICT research funding at universities

Call to increase ICT research funding at universities

Speaking to World University News at the eLearning Africa conference in Kigali, which was part of the 13th International Conference & Exhibition on ICT...
Traditional Medicine: Past, Present and Future Research and Development Prospects and Integration in the National Health System of Cameroon

Traditional Medicine: Past, Present and Future Research and Development Prospects and Integration in the...

Traditional medicine refers to health practices, approaches, knowledge and beliefs incorporating plant, animal and mineral based medicines, spiritual therapies, manual techniques and exercises, applied...

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