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Ireland team to hold events in Africa, solidify support for agents

IT Sligo has announced that international students will be entitled to a 10-15% scholarship when they enrol in the institution’s latest postgraduate course offering for the September 2020 intake.

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Turning the spotlight on TU Dublin’s MSc in Energy Management ­

With a Master’s degree that integrates energy, environmental issues and management, graduates of the Master of Science in Energy Management are poised to have highly-esteemed, relevant careers in the next few years.

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Students receive scholarship with IT Sligo’s MSc in Public Health Nutrition

IT Sligo has announced that international students will be entitled to a 10-15% scholarship when they enrol in the institution’s latest postgraduate course offering for the September 2020 intake.

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Southern Cross University offers new STEM-focused degrees

Southern Cross University Melbourne, Sydney and Perth campuses will be offering STEM-focused postgraduate courses beginning 2 March, the start of 2020 Session 1 intake.

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Canada recruitment team joins ICEF Miami Conference

Director of Student Recruitment and Marketing (Onshore) Lidija Lazarevic and (Offshore) Tanja Milosevic recently represented the Acsenda School of Management to the 11th ICEF Conference attended by at least 600 educators, student recruitment agents and education service providers at Loews Miami in the United States on 9-11 December.

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Canada a most popular study destination among education agents in 2019

In a survey conducted among over 2,000 educations agents from 119 countries, Canada emerged as the most popular study destination being recommended by 55% of education agents in 2019 compared with 48% in 2018 in spite of the perceived difficulty of obtaining visas particularly for work and travel study programs.

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A Canadian Christmas caps 2019 for Arbutus students

Arbutus College students have been invited to a number of events in the city and everyone in the campus community felt the excitement in the air particularly on the days leading up to Christmas.

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Acsenda students go hiking with President Mort at Lynn Canyon Park

Acsenda School of Management students are a fun-loving and adventuresome lot. Quite naturally, they’re just taking the lead of President Neil Mort who recently went hiking with them to Lynn Canyon Park in Vancouver’s northern district – the wintry season notwithstanding.

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Southern Cross University issues GTE and admissions guide for agents

Southern Cross University has introduced a quicker and more efficient way for education agents to determine entry requirements for its Melbourne, Perth and Sydney branch campuses by launching the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) and admissions guidelines (GAG).

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Postgraduate Qualifying Program – a more accessible option towards a graduate degree at Southern Cross University

International students who wish to pursue a Master’s degree at Southern Cross University’s Sydney, Perth and Melbourne campuses but do not meet entry requirements can now enrol in the Postgraduate Qualifying Program (PQP), a new program that serves as a pathway to a graduate degree.

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Southern Cross University holds year-end agent events in Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka

To wrap up a busy and productive year, Southern Cross University held agent events in the key cities of Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka to show appreciation for the efforts of its agents in the South Asian region.

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Southern Cross University gains prestigious accreditation for IT degrees

Southern Cross University has just received a prestigious professional accreditation for ICT programs from the Australian Computer Society (ACS), the largest professional body representing the information and communications technology sector in Australia.

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Survey says 79% of international students have a positive student experience

A survey of the student experience of some 40,000 students in 27 Irish higher education institutions (HEIs) reveals that 78.6% of international students are generally positive about their teaching and learning experiences.

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Pointers for the January 2020 intake

International students who wish to study at EduCo’s Irish partner institutions Technological University Dublin, Dublin City University, IT Sligo and Maynooth University should now be completing their requirements in order to meet the mid-December deadline.

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3 DCU students join Ireland’s Student Ambassador Program

Dublin City University students Chao Yuan Hsu, Shamile Aicha Aldossary and Akanksha Puniyani have been named International Student Ambassadors by Education in Ireland, an organisation being managed by Enterprise Ireland and backed by the Minister for Education and Skills.

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SPU alumnus Ian Cook – From small-town Alaskan boy to Seattle’s Slalom Build GM

Seattle Pacific University alumnus Ian Cook has been the general manager of Slalom Build for eight years now and manages over 1,000 employees across North America with teams handling hundreds of engineering projects every year for some 400 clients.

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NJIT collaborates with Facebook to boost opportunities for women and minorities

New Jersey Institute of Technology students have been given an opportunity to participate in Facebook’s Engineer-in-Residence Program whose primary objective is to increase the number of women and minorities entering the high-tech world.

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UMBC, a global university model for supporting student achievement

Times Higher Education (THE) cites the University of Maryland, Baltimore County as a model for supporting student achievement by graduating more low-income and minority students in the sciences, referring to this strength as ‘the holy grail of academia.’

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Welcome Team increases international student satisfaction at Nebraska

The International Student Barometer, a global benchmark of the international student experience, reports in its latest study that the percentage of international students who are satisfied with the University of Nebraska­–Lincoln’s point-of-arrival experience has grown from 69% to 92% in just four years.

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Duquesne’s Accounting program, internationally-certified

Duquesne University’s Accounting program is now considered among the 52 internationally-certified Accounting programs in the world and one of 30 in the United States by the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA).

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