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New Trends in Education Will Shape How People Are Learning

Technology is becoming one of the most important tools for education. Education institutions are investing more in software solutions than in technology hardware. M-learning, Bring Your Own Device, gamification and virtual reality are gaining popularity and enabling teaching to be student-centered, while lectures are becoming project- and inquiry-based. M-learning and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) […]
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Why Business Dynamics Insights Matter for Business Strategy

A clear understanding of a business’ operating environment is vital for minimising risks and maximising commercial potential in any investment destination. This process involves answering a number of questions in relation to the regulatory burden, corruption, political stability, physical infrastructure and labour force and there’s a challenge between risk and operation costs. The most expensive […]
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Conundrum of Higher Education Funding: Public, Private or Other?

Funding higher education is no easy task; usually the choice is made between increasing already overstretched public budget allocations or raising politically unpopular tuition fees. Countries may choose different financing models, but most successful higher education institutions supplement their financing sources with research and development and medical services revenues. Although, due to ageing societies, government budgets in developed countries tend to […]
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Trump Administration Releases Budget Proposal: Potential Implications for US Education Lending

On Monday 22 May, the Trump Administration released details of its proposed budget. The budget seeks to cut government spending across a variety of programmes. Among cuts to social programmes and the Environmental Protection Agency, the budget also aims to overhaul the student loan landscape in the US. Changes include removing subsidised provisions from certain […]
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