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The business of Business Schools: global study of Business School decision makers highlights optimism...

The business of Business Schools: global study of Business School decision makers highlights optimism in the higher education sector and reveals...

CWUR: World University Rankings 2020-21

Source: The Center for World University Rankings (CWUR) The Center for World University Rankings...

Why study in Canada as an international student?

Panorama of Toronto skyline at night with CN Tower over lake from Central Island Canada is a land...

New strategies needed for marketing in the New Normal

Marketing in the New Normal Press Release: University of Canterbury Join a panel of local...

How do you rising to the challenge of remote learning

Image by Suzanne Armstrong. Two weeks. That’s all the time McGill staff, administrators and professors had to...

Coronavirus Sequencing Leads to Insights on Transmission, Vaccine Development

Source: Graduate School, UW-MadisonBy Meghan Chua As graduate students at UW–Madison, Katarina Braun and Gage Moreno were already working...

MSc in Biomedical Engineering upgraded for Autumn 2020

If you are interested in medicine, but not necessarily in working in a hospital environment, if you are passionate about life sciences,...

World University Rankings 2020

The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 includes almost 1,400 universities across 92 countries, standing as the largest and most diverse university rankings ever to date.

University of California Board of Regents unanimously approved changes to standardized testing requirement for...

Source: The University of California The University of California Board of Regents unanimously approved the suspension of the standardized test requirement...

Grain varieties under climate stress: new research network examines conditions for greater food security

As a result of climate change, cereal crops will undoubtedly be exposed to longer and more frequent periods of drought. How well they survive this depends on their interaction with water, nutrients, bacteria, and fungi in the soil.
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