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The handbag – a contemporary marketplace icon

Source: School of Business, Aalto University (Finland) Phone, tissues, wallet, pen and keys. These daily necessities – and many...

Study abroad stories: A fantastic year, full of experiences and memories

Meet with Elisabetta Mezzedimi, Italian, current student of the MSc in Luxury Management program, in the Hospitality & Event specialization.

International students thrive at the University of Michigan

Source: The University of Michigan International students thrive at the University of Michigan. At both the undergraduate and...

Student Success: Lindsey Antos, MBA

Recent MBA graduate, Lindsey, is very familiar with the business side of higher education. For last several years and throughout her MBA studies, she’s been working as the Assistant Director of Annual Giving at the University of Puget Sound

Enhancing food production with bee-friendly pesticides

The development of eco-friendly pesticides urgently required to protect crops will be accelerated with funding from the Australian Research Council.

Working in Denmark

Having a part-time job while you study is very common in Denmark. Some students even hold a job that is relevant for their studies. As an international student, you will have the opportunity to work while you live here and to seek full-time employment when you have completed your studies.

Marine Food Webs Under Increasing Stress

Scientists at the University of Adelaide have found growing evidence that marine ecosystems will not cope well with rising sea temperatures caused by climate change.

Vivek Goel on University of Toronto’s plans for a gradual return to campus this...

With the new academic year approaching, the University of Toronto is busy preparing for a limited and gradual return to campus in September.

The future of learning lies in a blended approach

With the approach of B Trimester, the University of Waikato is taking the opportunity to apply the advantages of the Covid-19 lockdown shift to online teaching and learning and revisit traditional ways of delivering lecture content.

HKU architects and marine scientists co-develop novel 3D printed ‘reef tiles’ to repopulate coral...

The restoration project was commissioned by the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD) as part of the active management of coral communities in the Marine Park.
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