Are you looking for a university where you can feel like an individual, not a number? Want to challenge yourself academically, and get stuck in to the social side of things too? A smaller university could be ideal – here are six reasons why.
Ever wonder what goes on inside the Leahy Community Health and Family Center? The answer is “a lot.” Or, more specifically, “a lot of helping.”
A new study is being carried out in Liverpool to discover what the legacy of the Beatles is worth to the city looking at the current Beatles offer, its value to the city, any gaps in the offer and the potential value if the gaps are filled
- The University at a glance
Under the leadership of President M. Duane Nellis, Texas Tech continues to make strides toward becoming the next national research university. Nellis wants the university to aspire to even higher levels of success: to become more AAU like, and be at the highest level based on the Carnegie Classification of Research Universities.
- Setting Sights on Academic Excellence, Student Success
European depictions of China in 18th and 19th century books may seem an esoteric source of real-life experiences, but for eight Fine Arts students they represented an uncommon opportunity to gain new skills and insights.
An Unique Rehabilitation program designed to assist inmates
In 2006, the UAE Ministry of the Interior, in collaboration with the Higher Colleges of Technology, initiated a bold and unique training and development program custom-designed to provide prison inmates with soft skills and technical competencies that would help them join the workforce upon release and to be positively reformed and reintegrated with the society.
- Formative Years: Balancing Quality With Demand
- "Education is like a lantern which lights your way in a dark alley”