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Acsenda undertakes shoreline cleanup

Students and staff of Acsenda School of Management recently participated in a major cleanup drive of the Vancouver shoreline.

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Melbourne and Sydney students recognised at the Women in Technology Awards

Current students from Southern Cross University Melbourne and Sydney have been honoured at the Women in Technology (WIT) Awards, which encourages young women to pursue programs in areas predominantly dominated by their male counterparts.

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Melbourne is world’s #22 Tech City

Opportunities await international student graduates in the information and communications technology (ICT) field in Melbourne, ranked #22 among the world’s top cities for tech companies by the Savills UK Tech Cities in Motion report.

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Merit based scholarships announced at Southern Cross University agent events

Southern Cross University is reinforcing its focus on attracting high-achieving students. Graduate employability and ongoing scholarships are just two of the topics discussed in the recently-concluded agent events held in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.

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Why Dublin City University is #1 in Ireland for graduate employment

International students of Dublin City University have a reason to be more confident about their job prospects after graduation based on the latest rankings released by QS.

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How Ireland’s universities prepare students to be job-ready

With the unemployment rate in Ireland at 4.4% – its lowest level since 2005 – international students have a great chance of landing a job after graduation.

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Maynooth graduates land prestigious jobs in research and finance

Chinese international students Long Cheng and Wanjun Yang both completed their respective degrees at Maynooth University. Now they are embarking on their professional career in Ireland.

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DCU’s International Foundation Program registers record growth

Dublin City University (DCU) has experienced a record growth for the International Foundation Program in this year’s September intake.

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SPU Class of 2019 – what are they up to 3 months after graduation

It hasn’t been long since they attended the Ivy cutting at the Tiffany Loop and marched at the Alaska Airlines Arena for the commencement exercise and yet some of them have already been boldly paving their way to success. Here’s a snippet of what three of them are up to these days, and how they believe SPU helped them achieve their goal.

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NJIT graduating students average three job offers prior to graduation

New Jersey Institute of Technology graduating students get an average of three job offers prior to graduation, according to NJIT President Joel Bloom. This comment came on the heels of the release of 2019 College Salary Report by Payscale which placed NJIT in the top 2% all over the United States.

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University of Nebraska announces plan to roll out a world-class engineering program by 2023

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is gearing up to reinforce its engineering programs to attract and keep the smartest students and academics as well as maintain the university’s world-class standards. To do this, the university is poised to start its massive renovation and rebuilding project in October for the first phase.

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College of Osteopathic Medicine at Duquesne University to open in 2023

Duquesne University’s goal to integrate curing with caring will soon be realised with the plan to open the College of Osteopathic Medicine on campus in time for the 2023 Fall semester. The accreditation process for osteopathic medical schools can take up to three years. Once established, the first batch of 75 students will become pioneers…

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UMBC Graduate School student Qianqian Song receives NASA research fellowship grant

Qianqian Song, a fourth-year Ph.D. candidate in Atmospheric Physics at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), has just been awarded a three-year fellowship grant by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration through the Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology (FINESST).

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NJIT now in the Top 100 National Universities in the United States, up almost 50 places in the last 2 years

New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) is now among the Top 100 national universities in the United States, placing #97 in the 2020 U.S. News & World Report released early this month.

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Melbourne and Sydney are the second and third most liveable cities in the world, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit

Out of 140 cities surveyed by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Melbourne has been ranked the second most liveable city in the world, while Sydney has climbed in the rankings to take third place, an incredible accolade for two of Australia’s most popular student cities.

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SCU recruitment staff host events in China, Nepal and Sri Lanka

It has been a fruitful month for our SCU Recruitment Teams in China, Nepal and Sri Lanka; they have undertaken a number of successful recruitment events to support all of the fantastic local marketing and recruitment initiatives that have been established by SCU representatives in these regions.

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Students can now gain a competitive edge in the job market with SCU’s exclusive Career Edge Program

In today’s fast-moving job market, students need more than just a degree to stand out, they need relevant on-the-job skills, meaningful study experiences and industry exposure to set themselves up for the global workplace, and that’s where SCU’s brand-new Exclusive Career Edge Program comes in.

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Top 5 things you need to know about our US partner universities

Learn about the top 5 things you need to know about our US partner universities and share them with your students!

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Brent Schmoker takes on new role as Director of Recruitment for EduCo in the USA

Brent Schmoker’s first professional experience in the international field came when he worked for a sustainability NGO in his hometown of Lincoln, Nebraska, in 2011.

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Students get the benefits of a traditional American college experience at Duquesne and Nebraska

A recent study of student populations in US college cities has shown that Pittsburgh ranks second largest when it comes to the number of college students living and studying in the city with 95,436 students, and Lincoln is ranked the third largest, with 52,609 students.

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