The current high approval rate for student applications from Nepal’s offshore VET sector could increase the risk of colleges focusing on selling “work visas” rather than education, writes Dr Aboul Rizvi. MOST AUSTRALIANS would be surprised that over the past two months, Nepal has been the top source of overseasRead More →

Berkley School District’s Director of Student Services received an award for her work in special education. Heather Lackey recently received the annual Gwisdalla Award from the Oakland County Special Education Administrators (SEAOC). Berkley Superintendent Scott Francis praised Lackey for his commitment to helping students with an individualized education program succeedRead More →

By Laura Leslie, WRAL Capitol Office Chief Teachers, parents and student advocates lined up Thursday to speak out against a section of the Parents’ Bill of Rights bill before the Senate Health Care Committee. The bill, introduced Wednesday by state Senate Republicans, would require school staff to notify parents ifRead More →

Spiller has held various leadership positions at the College over the past six years “The goals and objectives of the Urban Campus Student Services team and the district-wide responsibilities that I will continue to support are all centered on student success and engagement,” Spiller said. In his new role, SpillerRead More →

Admissions & VISA Location: Campus Highfield Salary: £25,627 to £30,497 Per yearFull time, permanent Closing Date: Monday, June 13, 2022 Date of interview: be confirmed Reference: 1826822NP Student Visa and Immigration Advisory Service, Global Recruitment and Admissions The work of the Student Visa and Immigration Advisory Service (VISAS Team) covers:Read More →

The Faculty of Arts could cut its international student advisers in the next academic year. Academic counseling at UBC performs a variety of functions, including assisting students with degree planning and filing academic grants. Each undergraduate faculty has its own advisory office, with several general academic advisors that students canRead More →

We need to minimize the impact of the pandemic on international learners. As international student offices emerge from the past two years, we need to ask ourselves where additional resources are needed to ensure we can minimize the impact of the pandemic on international learners. The students I am talkingRead More →

WATSONVILLE — Dozens more community support groups are expected to begin offering services in the coming weeks at the Pajaro Valley Unified School District Wellness Center, which is kicking off the expansion with a groundbreaking celebration Friday after- midday. “Our most vulnerable families usually have a fairly complex situation, whichRead More →

Developing student assessment for community learning Session 1: Wednesday June 8, 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. in the President’s dining room (PDR) This three-part workshop will guide participants in building customized, ready-to-use assessment tools for their own CEL-oriented courses. Alyssa Melby, Director of the Academic Civic Engagement Program at St.Read More →

Academic Accommodations PolicyThis policy establishes the College’s goal of providing equal educational opportunities, full student participation in the learning environment, and equitable access to programs and services. Academic Integrity PolicyDescribes the principles that support academic integrity, expectations of conduct related to academic integrity, and sanctions for academic misconduct. Academic PerformanceRead More →

While on-campus student activity is quieter during the summer, Student Affairs units continue to offer programs, services, and year-round student advice and support, both online and in person. For Kingston students, there are several walk-in spaces, including Yellow House, Ban Righ Centre, Four Directions Indigenous Student Center and Queen’s UniversityRead More →

“Because this forum is entirely student-focused, it will provide a unique perspective on each of the candidates’ platforms and personalities,” BHEF’s Danielle Lieber told The Mail. “Our teenagers see local and community issues from a different perspective than we do and are therefore better placed to ask creative and newerRead More →

Student loan debt listed on the board with name tags. Getty By accelerating the forgiveness of some income-tested student loans, President Biden performed minor cosmetic surgery on an abysmal system. Fortunately, there is a simple solution: let students and parents borrow and refinance their loans at the prevailing 30-year TreasuryRead More →

the “Global student travel insurance market” The research report represents major insights on the current growth momentum along with major revenue generating elements available in the Student Travel Insurance industry along with various other factors over the forecasted period 2022-2028. The Student Travel Insurance market report focuses on a seriesRead More →

Short on time ? Here are the highlights: Analysts report increased search traffic to study abroad in areas affected by lockdown in China The pandemic continues to disrupt some study abroad planning, at least for Chinese students, with thousands of locked-down students recently barred from taking advanced-level exams needed forRead More →

University of Connecticut Storrs Campus (Hugh McQuaid/CTNewsJunkie) Governor Ned Lamont has signed into law a bill that allows Connecticut student-athletes to use their school’s names, logos, trademarks, mascots, unique colors, copyrights and other insignia in endorsement contracts. The law updates one the governor signed last year that allowed student-athletes toRead More →

Troy Lange has been selected as the Acting Executive Director of Exceptional Student Services for Eagle County Schools.Courtesy picture The Eagle County School District recently announced that Troy Lange has been selected as the Acting Executive Director of Exceptional Student Services for the 2022-2023 school year. Although Lange’s start dateRead More →

The Charlottesville City Council met Monday for its second hybrid meeting since 2019. The only update on the agenda for this meeting was the consideration of a special use permit to enable the conversion of an apartment complex on 14th Street into a hotel. During the public comment portion ofRead More →

Support the Student Services Manager in achieving the operational goals of the Student Services team Full-time appointment working directly for UWA’s partner organization, INTO University Partnerships The position is based in Perth, on-site at UWA College, part of the Crawley Campus of the University of Western Australia.Read More →

Kathleen Greene is retiring after 41 years as Kansas State University Student Services Director. (Elizabeth Sandstrom | College Media Group) After 41 years at Kansas State, Director of University Student Services Kathleen Greene has announced her retirement. Greene’s career spanned many departments and positions, from teaching to advising to workingRead More →

By mikem@thecolumbiastar.com | on May 05, 2022 Contributed by Angela Crosland Charles Trezevant Charles Trezevant, an Eau Claire high school student, is already reaping the rewards of obtaining his commercial apprentice’s permit (CLP). He landed a job as an intern at the City of Columbia Wastewater Management Plant. Trezevant isRead More →

CIBT Education Group Inc. (MBA) (TSX.MBA, OTCQX: MBAIF, Forum) is one of Canada’s largest education and student housing investment companies focused on the domestic and global education market since 1994. The company owns Global Education City Holdings, which focuses on education-related real estate…like student-centric housing. Global Holdings provides accommodation servicesRead More →

Following multiple suicide attempts, a student from mainland China attempted to murder four women in Hong Kong in hopes of being sentenced to death. Liu Yueteng, a 26-year-old former university student at a mainland college, pleaded guilty to four counts of attempted murder in the High Court on Wednesday. HeRead More →

Browse > Home / News / University of Melbourne Students’ Union resolution: Community as one May 4, 2022 by J-Wire Newsdesk Read on for the article Zionism Victoria has written to the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne regarding the resolution adopted Friday by the Melbourne University Students’Read More →

Posted May 2, 2022 | 09:00 Winni Simon’s “Lines” won the President’s Purchase Award. (Winnie Simon) The Arts Department at Santa Barbara City College has named the 2021-22 scholarship recipients in recognition of their outstanding performance and dedication to the arts. Winni Y. Simon received the Adrian “Ozz” Osborne MemorialRead More →

Hyderabad: A political row erupted after the administration of Osmania University refused to allow former Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to address residents on campus. According to reports, the university has not communicated its decision in writing, but the university’s executive council has made it clear that the congressional leader isRead More →