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Nursing at Derby

By Fri, Nov 28, 2014 6:35PM UTC Comments Off

At The Univerusty of Derby we are offering a International Nursing degree. Have you got IELTS 6.5? Read how you could gain a globally recognised qualification from the UK The BSc (Hons) International Nursing programme is designed to enable nurses to top up their qualifications to a degree level. The programme equips students with the...


By Thu, Oct 16, 2014 12:00PM UTC Comments Off M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I

At Maynooth University, all undergraduate students have the opportunity to study abroad as part of their degree programme. And with almost 200 partner universities on five continents, students can benefit from an international outlook and a wealth of global connections. In a recent post, Kellyanne reported on her Erasmus experience in the city of Saint...

Liberal arts education: the key to our global economy

By Thu, Oct 09, 2014 5:19PM UTC Comments Off Pic: Students at Mount Royal University

“You’re going to study English? It must be great to love a subject so much that you don’t need to eat.” Thus, the recurring refrain common to the majority of discussions on liberal arts education resurfaces. While it cannot be denied that today’s graduates are being hurled head-first from tutorials into a heavily skills-based economy,...

5 ways graduate programmes spur students to succeed

By Thu, Oct 02, 2014 7:13PM UTC Comments Off 5 ways graduate programmes spur students to succeed

Expensive, time-consuming and irrelevant: three accusations which have been levelled at graduate programmes in an era of tuition fee increases across Europe, Australia and the US and high living costs worldwide. In what is, undoubtedly, a turbulent period for graduate study, the significant benefits of remaining in Higher Education have become muddied by myth and...

Discover the secret weapon of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

By Thu, Oct 02, 2014 6:51PM UTC Comments Off Discover the secret weapon of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

The juxtaposition of a recent surge of graduate employment in science and engineering with funding cuts and decreased support for disciplines such as the arts could leave students pondering why they would risk their futures by studying anything other than science or technology. Countless budding artists, historians and sociologists worldwide have fallen prey to the...

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