Ifema has already set the dates for the staging of the sixteenth edition of the fair, AULA´08, the International Educational Opportunities Exhibition, which will take place at its usual venue, Feria de Madrid, between 2nd and 6th April 2008. Over a number of years this event has consolidated its position as the leading Spanish event [...]
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As many as 7,000 Indonesian vocational school students who successfully passed English test will go to Unites States to learn more about cooperatives, an official said.
“We have given international-standard vocational school students across the country a chance of taking part in English test and found that 7,000 of them passed the test,” National Education Ministry`s [...]
Eight Van Buren High School graduating seniors have been awarded Harry O. Hamm scholarships providing them a college education. Stephen Chapman, Lauren Clark, Leanne Cushman, Natasha Harris, B.J. Huffstetler, Caitlin McBride, Meredith McCabe and Daniel Sharp join 61 other recipients of the prestigious scholarship.
Hamm, who attended Sophia Meyer School, valued his education and the influence [...]
The British Council, in co-ordination with Vietnam’s Ministry of Education and Training, today opened a two-day symposium on international education and employability in Hanoi.
The symposium is expected to lead to concrete proposals for co-operation and research and encourage the development of strategic alliances and networks.
This symposium kicks off a series of at least six in [...]
Just six years ago, Ms Everlyne Ekomwa Morita was desperate and alone, her future threatened by the death of her parents.
For a girl from Turkana District, Ms Morita had done well for herself.
She was sitting Form Four examinations when the harsh conditions at home claimed the lives of her mother and father within months.
Everything seemed [...]
THE ROTARY CLUB OF BARBADOS WEST recently assisted in making Shari Maloney’s dream come true.
The 18-year-old student of the University of the West Indies (UWI) received a $15 000 scholarship cheque yesterday morning at the office of the Ministry of Education, Youth Affairs and Sport on Constitution Road, St Michael.
Maloney is studying to be a [...]
Fifteen students from schools in Kingston’s inner cities received bursaries valued at $15,000 each on Friday, under the government’s Safety and Security Scholarship Programme.
Junior minister in the Ministry of National Security Dr Donald Rhodd said the initiative was timely, particularly in light of research data which estimates that there are approximately 160,000 unattached youths on [...]
The One-District-One-Scholarship programme funded by profits from digit lottery sales will be continued, government spokesman Yongyuth Mayalarp said during a TV show this morning.
“There will be no changes on this because government sees it as a good programme,” said Mr Yongyuth on “Direct from Government House” which aired on government-owned Channel 11 and numerous radio [...]
On November 29, the President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev signed an order to increase the allowances for the cadets of the military-education institutions, Trend reports.
According to the document, from November 1, the allowances will increase up to AZN 70. The allowance will be received by the Military School named after Heydar Aliyev, High Military [...]
During its September meeting, the Hagerstown Lioness Club honored four Washington County students who were awarded scholarships for the 2006-07 academic year.
Â· Andrea Bishop, a 2006 graduate of Hancock Senior High School, was a member of the Honor Club for three years and was inducted into the National Honor Society during her junior year.
Andrea has [...]