Tag: higher education

The Moment That Shaped Education As We Know It
The Moment That Shaped Education As We Know It

De 1824 à 1833, une bataille fit rage en Europe Elle n’était pas militaire, plutôt politique et religieuse Et son impact fut tellement fort qu’on connaît encore ses conséquences aujourd’hui C’était une bataille pour l’Éducation […] Read More

Studying an Illustration Degree at University | Middlesex University
Studying an Illustration Degree at University | Middlesex University

– [Nancy] Perhaps the first thing I could say about the course is that it’s been very carefully designed so that each year feeds into the next year, and we’re very conscious of trying to […] Read More

Education Beyond Borders: South Africa
Education Beyond Borders: South Africa

Emily Karem: I had a feeling in South Africa that I hadn’t felt anywhere else. I’ve traveled all over the world and there’s something special about the spirit of the people of South Africa. Andrew […] Read More

Goldsmiths Degree Shows 2019: BA Fine Art/BA Fine Art & History of Art sneak peek
Goldsmiths Degree Shows 2019: BA Fine Art/BA Fine Art & History of Art sneak peek

Maria: This is really impressive, in terms of how much work people have put in and how almost monumental some of these pieces of work are. Just like in our year, people are still concerned […] Read More

Career advice | Professional guidance from alumni
Career advice | Professional guidance from alumni

My name’s Amy and I’m a Senior Scientist at Signature Discovery. Signature is a drug discovery Contract Research Organisation, working to develop new medicines right from the early stages and into the clinic. I work […] Read More

The value of public higher education
The value of public higher education

I came from a middle class family. We were comfortable, but there were five kids in the family. There was the expectation that of course that I would go to college. I could work a […] Read More

Launch the next big education startup. Enter the Lumina Prize!
Launch the next big education startup. Enter the Lumina Prize!

Our model is really predicated on the idea that we need large-scale change. We need system change, not tinkering at the margins. We actually need to focus on a much broader model of learning and […] Read More

Student-led education for sustainable development // Examples of active student participation at UU
Student-led education for sustainable development // Examples of active student participation at UU

CEMUS is primarily student-led university centre, that was founded in 1992 by students and professors. At CEMUS, students are hired as course coordinators to plan and run university courses for credit. Working as a course […] Read More

Queen’s Bachelor of Education Program
Queen’s Bachelor of Education Program

[ Music ]>>[Background Music] I chose Queen’s and the faculty of education here because it’s such a great community, and you really get to go in depth in the material thanks to the expertise of […] Read More

Get Schooled in New Ways to Learn
Get Schooled in New Ways to Learn

(Music) Good morning everybody and welcome to The Balancing Act. We are having so much fun this morning. I’m Julie Moran. And I’m Olga Villaverde, and Julie we’re gonna have a whole lotta fun. Really. […] Read More