The number of students leaving their home countries to earn degrees and credentials is surging. Last year, UNESCO’s Institute for Statistics (UIS) released figures covering the first few years of the 21st century. Among their findings: the number of students who crossed international borders to participate in higher education grew by 80 percent between 2000 and 2010....
Back in 2008, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) released a report covering the expansion of global economies and the effect this has on the creative industries. It found that the developed world still dominates the global market when it comes to creative products. Furthermore, developing nations trying to compete for global creative...
It has been said that journalists are the watchdogs of a nation, the people who keep those in power in check and give voice to those whose stories must be told. As economic, political, cultural and social change ripples across Asia, journalists and media professionals are essential in this region. There are stories that need...
Students with a passion for journalism and for the arts are in luck, as they can find the best of both worlds at the UK’s University for the Creative Arts. UCA journalism graduates are known to work at prominent newspapers, magazines and other media outlets, where they partake in exciting and challenging assignments. UCA offers...
The University for the Creative Arts’ (UCA) MBA Creative Industries Management is a niche MBA that brings together talented professionals who wish to develop their entrepreneurial and business management skills and make a mark in the creative industries. This MBA is ideal for anyone with an undergraduate degree and two years’ professional experience in related...
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