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  • Student Power!

    CNP sports hydration/energy products can help students make it through their studies.

    (Filed: Tue Jul 14 2009)
  • eFinancialCareers.com European Student Survey - London remains leading financial centre for graduate

    As the first generation of graduates post the collapse of Lehman take their first steps into the working world, the latest survey of over 600 students in three European countries by eFinancialCareers.com, the leading global careers site for financial professionals, highlights the sobering impact that the events of the last ten months has had on their career path and aspirations.

    (Filed: Sat Jul 11 2009)
  • Celebrities back University Guide for the 21st Century

    A breakthrough university guide hailed as the online prospectus for the 21st century is set to revolutionise the university selection process as students embark on making one of the biggest decisions of their lives.

    (Filed: Fri May 29 2009)
  • Demand for Microsoft's Entry-Level Certification Still High in 2009

    Firebrand Training are still seeing strong demand for Microsoft's entry level support qualification, the MCDST, despite the fact it's now well out of date, having been replaced 2 years ago by the much newer MCITP Enterprtise Support Technician cert.

    (Filed: Sun May 24 2009)
  • Wanda Pipen Selected as Study Artist by School near Manchester, England

    Wanda Pipen, an internationally acclaimed and collected contemporary artist currently living in the south part of Oregon, USA, has been selected as a study artist by South Chadderton School in Manchester, England. Chosen as a favored artist by the students and because of her impressive online presence, Pipen is now inspiring these children throughout the year in their art classes.

    (Filed: Fri May 22 2009)
  • The eLN debates the secrets of building engaging e-learning

    Methods and media; learning strategies; design processes, and personality, values and culture, are the four stages in creating effective and engaging e-learning, believes e-learning designer ‘guru’, Patrick Dunn. Addressing the issue of ‘designing engaging e-learning’, Dunn explained his view at a meeting, in London, of the eLN - a non-profit organisation run by the e-learning community for the e-learning community.

    (Filed: Sat May 16 2009)
  • BA in Fashion Design

    IFA Paris offers a 3-year Bachelor's Degree program where students can hone their fashion design skills in Paris for the first two years and then in Shanghai for their final year. The school also offers MBAs in other fashion and merchandise courses.

    (Filed: Wed May 06 2009)
  • UK teachers miss out on thousands of pounds in benefits

    Early Years Vouchers Ltd highlights low take-up of childcare vouchers by teaching professionals. Working Mums and Dads in profession entitled to Tax and N.I. savings of almost £2,000 per year.

    (Filed: Fri May 01 2009)
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