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UK to promote International education through student support services

UK Government is planning to implement student friendly programmes for the International students. ‘Oxford Economics for Universities UK studies’ report reveal that International students contribute 25.8 Billion Pound to UK economy. UK used to get an annual incomeof around 4.2 billion Pounds through tuition fee from non-European countries. UK was the market leader in promoting International education in English due to its cutting edge technology, new generation and customized courses, flexible curriculum and advanced learning methodologies. British council is facilitating UK education. But UK curtailed post study work visa since ...
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US Universities started damage control measures over Trump’s executive order

US President Donald Trump’s move to restrict the entry of refugees and change the visa norms created an apprehension among US Universities and students aspiring for education and career in United States. Even though Several US Federal Courts stayed the move, educational institutions are worried about the recent happenings. US is one the global destinations for international students. Many Universities in United States started writing letters to their collaborators from other countries explaining about the developments in United States and are trying to pacify the situation. US Universities are community of scholars that is home to ...
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US Universities started damage control measures over Trump’s executive order

US President Donald Trump’s move to restrict the entry of refugees and change the visa norms created an apprehension among US Universities and students aspiring for education and career in United States. Even though Several US Federal Courts stayed the move, educational institutions are worried about the recent happenings. US is one the global destinations for international students. Many Universities in United States started writing letters to their collaborators from other countries explaining about the developments in United States and are trying to pacify the situation. US Universities are community of scholars that is home to ...
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Website for Indian, Aussie students launched

New Delhi: The Australian High Commission has launched a website that will help Indian and Australian students looking for study opportunities in each other's countries, a statement here said Tuesday. Introduced by Australia's acting High Commissioner Bernard Philip, the online database is an initiative of the Australia-India Education Council and has been funded by the University Grants Commission (UGC) and implemented by Jamia Milia Islamia. The site will assist Indian students in finding Australian university courses, recognised for credit by Indian universities, and will also help Australian students interested in studying in India, ...
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Indian student's performance is excellent in UK

Unlike British students, Indian students are quite comfortable with the idea of travelling overseas for education, says Andrew Soper, Counsellor (Prosperity), British High Commission, New Delhi.In an interview with Mathrubhumi Education Online, Andrew Soper said that Indian students were very much ready to travel round the globe for quality education and this was increasing their global experience. "But UK students are not good enough in travelling across the globe, particularly for education. This attitude deprives them of global experience. We don't see it as a good trend. Hence, we are trying to implement student ability programmes ...
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BRICS ministers agree on high-level HE collaboration

Education ministers from the BRICS – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – countries met in Paris last Tuesday and agreed to establish a mechanism at the “highest political and technical level” to coordinate and implement collaboration, especially in higher education. South Africa’s Dr Blade Nzimande, minister of higher education and training, hosted this first meeting of the BRICS education ministers, which was aimed at establishing cooperation and sharing experiences. They met on 5 November on the margins of the 37th session of the UNESCO general conference. Issues highlighted included ...
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Professor Kadambot Siddique honoured at Western Australian of the Year awards

The University of Western Australia's Professor Kadambot Siddique, whose mission is to ‘feed the world', and UWA arts, law and economics student - and football umpire - Timothy Lefroy have been named winners in the Western Australian of the Year awards.Winthrop Professor Kadambot Siddique AM won the Professions Award. He was recognised as an international leader in crop science, dryland agriculture and food production systems. Professor Siddique has been pivotal in assisting Australian farmers improve their agricultural productivity, and instrumental in establishing the pulse industries in WA and nationally through the development and ...
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Solving the puzzle of a clever fungus

Scientists from the CSIRO and UWA's Institute of Agriculture (IOA), with financial aid from the Grains Research and Development Corporation, have sequenced the genome of a strain of the common fungus Rhizoctonia solani and found some surprising results.R. solani infects many plants including major crops. Currently there is no effective resistance to it, leading to serious losses. The AG8 strain of the fungus has a very broad host range and causes bare patch and root rot diseases of cereals, canola and legumes, costing Australian agriculture about $87 million annually. It is vital to investigate R. solani in order to discover exactly how it ...
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Average Pay & Bonus At Top 50 Business Schools

Are Harvard and Stanford MBAs no longer the highest paid business graduates on the planet? For years, it was pretty much a given that the most lucratively rewarded MBAs in the world strode off the campuses of the Harvard Business School and the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Yet, for the first time ever last year, the average salary and bonus paid to HBS and Stanford grads was below the sums landed by rival MBAs at both the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business. For Harvard and Stanford MBAs, in fact, starting salaries and bonuses were the lowest they have ...
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BRICS ministers agree on high-level HE collaboration

Education ministers from the BRICS – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – countries met in Paris last Tuesday and agreed to establish a mechanism at the “highest political and technical level” to coordinate and implement collaboration, especially in higher education. South Africa’s Dr Blade Nzimande, minister of higher education and training, hosted this first meeting of the BRICS education ministers, which was aimed at establishing cooperation and sharing experiences. They met on 5 November on the margins of the 37th session of the UNESCO general conference. Issues highlighted included ...
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Potential problems at home requires more attention for success at School; says US teachers

On the verge of violence and consequent death of a 17 year student who was stabbed to death and three others were injured during a fight at a high school campus in Houston in the US State of Texas this week, some of the eminent teachers from United States shares the secrets to make everyone’s school experience better and for a peaceful atmosphere in the campus. A cordial Student-Teacher-Parent relationship will help to maintain success in education. It is important for the parent/guardian to attend school night and parent teacher conferences. This will help to review course expectations, grading policies, distribution of important ...
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