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26 June 2017
Greece is well positioned to benefit from a comprehensive and sound government strategy after which there is significant potential to excel in the study abroad market in both TNE and the public sector. Education Intelligence highlights a number of key facts for those who want to know more about Greece’s education market.
26 June 2017
MOOCs were originally viewed as a vehicle to even the education playing field by expanding access to content and knowledge to those unable to do so through more traditional means.
26 June 2017
Teens from a lower socioeconomic background are more likely to give up going to university than their wealthier counterparts, according new research which analyses how young people’s expectations about applying to university changes from the ages of 14 and 17.
26 June 2017
The fastest-rising institution in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings is Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU), leaping 120 paces over six years, currently ranked 54th in the table. The university’s President Emeritus, Su Guaning, divulges some of NTU’s strategies behind its success.
26 June 2017
According to The Manpower Group, a human resources consulting firm, the so-called ‘skills gap’ is significant. Of the more than 42,000 employers the firm surveyed last year, 40 per cent said they were struggling to fill roles, the highest level since 2007, due to a perceived misalignment between what universities are teaching and what is needed by corporates.
26 June 2017
For successful employment in today’s global marketplace, it is crucial that university students graduate with an international mindset.

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