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Ontario University Offers $60,000 Scholarships to Students

Huron University College is offering $60,000 scholarships to students affected by the announcement of the Trump administration to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA). Huron University College, referred to locally as Huron College, is one of the affiliated colleges of the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada. Huron recognizes this …

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Google With Udacity Launches Online IT Courses In India

Following the present scenario of online world and education Google has launched a new program called ‘Android Nanodegrees’ In India. Current move of this web king is to give boost to the android application developer ecosystem. Google is offering this programme with Udacity, a US-based organisation which offers massive open online courses (MOOC). Udacity is …

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US Extends Kenyan Visa Validity

The United States of America has increased the validity of Visa for the Kenyan citizens. This new scheme shall cover tourists, business executives and students. The deal was signed by President Barack Obama and President Uhuru Kenyatta. The new visa validity will begin from last week of the September. As per the deal, the applicants …

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International Travel College Announces Its 2016 Scholarship Opportunity

The International Travel College, New Zealand (ITC) has notified for the 2016 scholarship opportunity. The theme for the scholarship is ‘Tell Us Your Story’. The scholarship opportunity is for one full course (New Zealand Certificate in Tourism with a Strand in Aviation Level 3, New Zealand Certificate in Tourism with a Strand in Tourism and …

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Undocumented Students Can Now Earn Scholarship

Partnership Between George Mason And Thedream.US George Mason University, with its recruiting efforts has become quite active on the international scene, especially after getting into a partnership with private national scholarship fund TheDream.US. This is an effort to offer scholarship benefits to DREAMers. This will help George Mason to reach out to undocumented students and …

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Building Hopes For Higher Education In South Sudan

South Sudan, the newly formed African country is reeling under the war, leaving behind nothing but a state of deprivation, dysfunctional government, untapped natural resources, and large social vacuum in terms of unemployment, cash-strapped education sector and falling social security. The ongoing war has not only jeopardized the economic system, but also has devastated the …

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British Universities Turn To Capital Markets

Some universities in Britain are now moving to a new source of securing funds on account of funding cuts imposed by the government and a steep escalation in spending. The bond market appears as a convenient source for these universities to seek funds. According to the statement made by the Higher Education Funding Council for …

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Foreign Education Regulatory Bill Buzzing High For Local Education

Every student wishes to earn a certificate from foreign destination during his academic tenure. Students have always an aspiration to hold the degree from colleges and universities based in UK or US. Though, there might be some strata to prove that such opportunities are losing their hopes, yet the University Grants Commission’s (UGC) ordinance on …

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Canada Announces $40 Million Paid Internships

The Canadian Government has decided to support the young unemployed people with paid internships. Speaking to a gathering at Fanshawe College, Prime Minister Mr Stephen Harper, announced a significant policy initiative, which would help the young people making the transition to the highly competitive and demanding job fields. The paid internships, supported by the Canadian Government, …

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Myanmar e-Library Project Opens : Aims Ideal Usage of e-Resources

The ‘eLibrary Myanmar’ project tries to ascertain online access for local academics and students for a comprehensive and multidisciplinary collection of scholarly resources. This initiative has come with the support of Ministry of Education, and is popularly funded by the Open Society Foundations’Higher Education Support programme. Further, it is implemented by EIFL, an international non-profit organization that basically aims …

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H1 B Work Visa Gets More Competitive With Certain Amendments

For those looking forward to a lucrative career in the United States, the time is ripe to apply for their H1 B visa. This limited period visa is allotted through a first come, first serve basis. Well, knowingly so, thousands of students and working professionals yearn for it every year. Testimonials are presented by the …

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BAFTA Opens Scholarship Opportunities in Asia : A Way Towards UK

In order to promote creative collaboration between Britain and Asia, The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) in association with the Yip Foundation shall offer scholarships to the residents of Hong Kong to study in Britain. BAFTA is an independent charity responsible for the development and promotion of art forms of the moving …

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Online Programmes to be a Big Success at Massey

Massey University undertakes initiatives to enhance educational hub worldwide through its new plans.  The details in regard to this respect were declared in the launch ceremony on February 25, 2014. Vice-Chancellor Mr. Steve Maharey addressing on the same has mentioned that a large number of   international students are attracted to New Zealand by the same …

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Japanese Universities Target 30,000 International Students Enrollment By 2020

Japanese Government has declared the growing figures of international students who wish to aspire for further education from Japanese Universities to increase in huge numbers. It also confirms that their students will be encouraged to go abroad for further studies. For international enrollments in Japanese Universities the number set is around 30,000 students which were …

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Saitama City Government to Open Bonsai Academy for Japanese and Foreign Nationals

The Saitama city government has taken the initiative of establishing a Bonsai academy to enroll both Japanese people and foreigners. It will be in action on the World Bonsai Convention to be held in the city in 2017. With a positive response coming from all corners of the world for the age old Japanese the government is apparent enough to promote education on …

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International News & Scholarship Announcements For January 2015

Global academic 2015 news keep the national and international students updated with the recent activities of the academic world. Scholarship-Positions provides the latest and valuable information for students. Applicants can explore the valuable information of the academic changes of past year. We provide the important details to students, so they should pay attention to keep themselves updated …

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