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A-level results are out, but what about those not going to university?

By Fiona Millar A significant number of young people are turned off by traditional higher education. They should have a decent alternative This year’s A-level results day saw grades down slightly, universities awash with places, and signs that young people might be starting to vote with their feet, and not in the direction successive governments have predicted. […]

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THE Asia-Pacific University Rankings 2018: methodology

By The Times Higher Education The Asia-Pacific University Rankings are built on the results of Times Higher Education’s extensive data collection, analysed with the same methods used for the World University Rankings and adjusted to reflect regional priorities Browse the full Times Higher Education Asia-Pacific University Rankings 2018 results The Times Higher Education World University Rankings are the only global performance […]

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EEUU: Trump ‘to scrap’ college racial bias policy

By: bbc.com/04-07-2018 The Trump administration is set to roll back the Obama-era policies promoting diversity in universities, known as affirmative action, US media report. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions revoked 24 guidance documents on Tuesday, many involving race in schools and affirmative action recommendations. It comes as Harvard University faces a discrimination lawsuit alleging it limits […]

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Africa: Mahama wants re-engineering of university education curriculum

Africa/ June 27, 2018/Source: https://www.myjoyonline.com Former President John Mahama has called for re-engineering of the curriculum of University education in Africa to stimulate accelerated development if the continent is to remain competitive and relevant in the global space of skills acquisition and training. He identified the mismatch nature curriculum bequeathed the continent from colonial mastership, which […]

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Colleges and State Laws Are Clamping Down on Fraternities

By Kyle Spencer Fraternity members at Louisiana State University adhere to age-old rituals, shrouded in secrecy, that dictate how they gather, greet each other and initiate their young pledges. But when they return to campus in the fall, one ritual will be drastically different: They will face much more severe consequences for dangerous hazing incidents. […]

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