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Vilnius University will contribute to the entrepreneurship education program

According to Eurostat data, in 2016, 4.219 million young people were unemployed in the EU28 and the youth unemployment rate was 18.6%. Studies show...

London College of Creative Media hosts opening ceremony for new Music Box campus

London College of Creative Media (LCCM) held a ceremony on Tuesday 4 December to celebrate the opening of the “Music Box”, the new home...

The University of Law announces launch of first international campus in Hong Kong

Hong Kong, 22 November 2018 – The University of Law (ULaw), one of the UK’s longest established specialist providers of legal education, has today...

GISMA Business School brings Kingston University degrees to Germany

GISMA Business School has announced a partnership with the Business School at Kingston University, which will see the delivery of British postgraduate degrees in...

Berlin School of Business and Innovation officially launches with opening event in Berlin

Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI) officially opened on Tuesday 6 November in Berlin. The ceremonial event celebrated the first achievements of the...
Not Exporting But Empowering: Translational Education in Finland

Not Exporting But Empowering

In Finland, translational education is often termed as koulutusvienti. A literal English translation of the word would be education export. However, education is deeply...

Seminar on “Opportunities to Study in France, French & Scholarships”

On 9 July 2018, the Office of External Affairs of North South University arranged an informational session titled, “Opportunities to Study in France, French...
Recruitment in UK Hospitality is in need of reform

Recruitment in UK Hospitality is in need of reform

Hospitality is fundamental to the growth of UK economy; it employs over 3 million individuals, contributing £130 billion of economic activity and brings about...
Growth and innovation policies for a knowledge economy: experiences from Finland, Sweden and Singapore

Growth and innovation policies for a knowledge economy: experiences from Finland, Sweden and Singapore

In recent times, economists have begun to single out technical progress or more generally, knowledge creation, as the key factor for economic growth. The...
University study abroad: good for the character and the bank balance

University study abroad: good for the character and the bank balance

Parents may feel more distressed about the idea of studying abroad than students themselves. Today students are increasingly enthusiastic about pursuing a degree or...

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