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This news was about the announcement from New Zealand’s eight universities who looks forward to welcoming back their international students as their border reopen with its new schedule that were suppose to be on October and made more earlier to July. The said announcement will definitely brings much-needed certainty for their existing and prospective international students after an anxious and stressful two years stranded outside the country because of border restrictions.
Aotearoa New Zealand’s eight universities look forward to welcoming back their international students after today’s announcement that the final part of the government’s staged border reopening will be brought forward from October to 31 July. “This announcement brings much-needed certainty for our existing and prospective international students after an anxious and stressful two years stranded outside the country because of border restrictions,” says Universities New Zealand – Te Pōkai – Tara Chief Executive Chris Whelan. “They can now be sure, Immigration New Zealand visa processing capacity permitting, that they will be in New Zealand and at their chosen university in time for the start of the 2023 academic year and, in some cases, to study later in 2022.
Overseas education is a dream of numerous students but a tough call to make when it comes to investing lakhs of rupees. It would be wise to compare the return on investment over the years to make sense of the decision. Here, we are comparing three study destinations for Indian students, namely Canada, the UK, and Australia, based on four parameters. The parameters include average income before and after pursuing the course, direct cost (tuition fee, living expenses), opportunity cost (professionals who plan for higher education after a few years of work sacrifice the amount of yearly salary and experience), and education loan cost.
LONDON, May 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Premium international schools organization Nord Anglia Education released its latest EdTech analysis today showing how its 70,000 students have used online learning to further develop their well-being and global citizenship interests, STEM-related skills, and creativity. Its analysis also looks at how teachers are using digital learning to support their professional development. The analysis of Global Campus Nord Anglia’s leading online learning platform shows that students accessed over 1.2 million online learning sessions, across 239 co-curricular activities between December 2021 and March 2022.
The European Union (EU) Ambassador to Ghana, Irchad Razaaly, has called for the nation’s education to be focused on developing attitudes, skills, and knowledge to enable products of the system to make informed decisions for the benefit of themselves and their communities. He commended the government for the effort made so far in transforming Ghana’s education and pledged the EU’s support in this regard. Mr. Razaaly made the call when he spoke at a networking event at the European Union Embassy in Accra last Thursday to promote the European Union-Ghana partnership on higher education. The event brought together members of the European Union, representatives from the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Youth and Sports, Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations, former Erasmus+ scholarship beneficiaries, student organizations, and representatives of various universities.
Hritish Kakati had a keen interest in sports and sports management since high school at Delhi Public School, Ghaziabad. When planning his higher education pathway, he found that Indian universities didn’t have much to offer in terms of infrastructure facilities and student experience for sports-related courses. A bachelor in business, and sports management, at Deakin University, a public university in Victoria, Australia, seemed a good choice for him as he looked around for courses globally. But when Kakati finished high school, in 2020, international travel was completely disrupted because of the pandemic, and universities in Australia and several other countries had shut their doors to international students.
Advanced Education Minister Gene Makowsky traveled to Mexico to meet with government partners, many post-secondary institution partners, and students in Mexico City and Merida. The mission builds on the province’s new International Education Strategy that positions the post-secondary sector to meet the commitments outlined in Saskatchewan’s Growth Plan. Key activities focused on building partnerships, strengthening relationships, and advancing current and building new opportunities for post-secondary institutions in Saskatchewan and Mexico to collaborate around student mobility and research.
Bahrain, Manama, May 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — In line with the global standards of quality medical education, the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland – Medical University of Bahrain (RCSI Bahrain) received re-accreditation from the Medical Council of Ireland (IMC) for its undergraduate medicine program in 2021, and revalidation from the Bahrain Education & Training Quality Authority (BQA) for its undergraduate nursing and MSc in nursing programs in 2022. The undergraduate medicine program has been accredited by the IMC since 2014 and the RCSI Bahrain School of Medicine is included in the World Directory of Medical Schools and listed on the International Association of Universities’ “List of Universities of the World” by the UNESCO.
The universities offer scholarships for students pursuing higher studies in medicine, engineering, business studies, etc. Also, the cost of living in some cities in China is much lower when compared to other countries like the US, the UK, etc. Over the past few years, China has risen through the ranks to enter the top 10 education destinations for Indian students. What does the country have to offer? Unlike many other things that the Covid-19 pandemic punctuated, students studying abroad felt its wrath more palpably as they had to make their way back and then continue their courses online. There was and continues to be a special spotlight on China, the neighboring country in the eye of the coronavirus controversy, where many Indian students, mostly medical, were stuck when the pandemic broke out in December 2019.
University of Miami President Julio Frenk and other university leaders explored how colleges can enact bold and innovative action just as they have done during the pandemic to address the climate crisis, as part of a panel discussion at the four-day Aspen Ideas: Climate Conference on Miami Beach. To address the urgency of the pandemic, universities scaled research, innovation, testing, public health delivery, and other facets of their operations, and the Tuesday session “Launching the Next Generation of Solutions: Higher Education’s Role in the Climate Crisis,” investigated how that same bold and robust response could be sustained to address the climate crisis.
RIYADH: Saudi Education Minister Dr. Hamad Al-Sheikh on Sunday stressed the importance of “qualitative, flexible education” and finding ways to overcome challenges through “creative planning, resilience, and quick implementation. He made the remarks at the opening ceremony for the International Conference and Exhibition for Education, which is being held in Riyadh. The ICEE is one of the largest education forums to be held in the Middle East since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, with a focus on contemporary issues in education, opportunities for developing education and exchanging expertise and experiences to enhance global competitiveness.
RIYADH: An international education conference began on Sunday in Riyadh and was inaugurated by the Saudi education minister. The three-day International Conference and Exhibition for Education 2022 are being held at Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Center. It is being attended by education ministers and experts and representatives from more than 260 international and local universities and educational bodies from 23 countries. Education Minister Dr. Hamad bin Mohammed Al-Asheikh said he is confident that the event will provide a broad gateway for opportunities, innovative ideas, and inspiring results.
The UK is experiencing a skills gap in science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) roles. According to the IET, there’s a shortage of over 173,000 vacancies. Skills gaps must be addressed in a number of ways, from embedding teachings and awareness of specific roles and sectors into school subjects to upskilling existing members of the labor force. In positive news, more students are choosing STEM courses than ever before. But are their courses sufficiently preparing them for the vacancies that need to be filled? Here, we’ll discuss whether education is preparing STEM students for their future careers and what more can be done to address this pressing skills gap.
Founded 170 years ago, NDNU is the third oldest college in California. It is a fully accredited, private, Catholic, co-educational master’s university, located on the San Francisco Peninsula in Silicon Valley. With approximately 1,700 students from 29 states and 32 different countries, NDNU broadens the perspective and outlook of its students by exposing them to peers with very different backgrounds, cultures, and world views. With smaller class sizes, ranging from 12 to 25, means that students receive personal attention from excellent instructors in challenging courses that cover a wide range of academic programs. Their professors don’t just teach; they are committed to helping advise and mentor you through your college journey.
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