Between summer school and the autumn intake, we’re fast approaching the time of year when a lot of new international students arrive on campus. Naturally, as an international administrator, your to-do list is under control, and you’re well on course for a smooth registration period and an exciting start to the semester. But with all … More Are You Ready For Your International Arrivals?
Congratulations! You’ve attracted a lot of students to your summer programs. But it doesn’t need to end after a few weeks of packed classrooms and eager learning. What if they stayed more than a month or two on your campus? A summer school full of students is a receptive audience just waiting to form a … More How To Turn Your Summer Intake Into Successful Graduates
GDPR, or The General Data Protection Regulation, is a European Union law regulating data protection and privacy for individuals in the EU and the European Economic Area (EEA). It actually came into effect in April 2016, but with a two-year transition period that ended on May 25 of this year – which explains the sudden … More Be GDPR-Ready In Your Student Recruitment
Never has our future required smarter custodianship. The technological, political, and social progress – and turmoil – of recent years has positioned our culture on the brink of an unknowable tomorrow. What we do know is that we need our business leaders to be wise, innovative, and compassionate in the decades to come – but … More How to Become a Leader of Tomorrow
The European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) is holding its annual conference from 6-8 June in Copenhagen, Denmark, under the theme of Education 4.0: New Jobs, New Skills, New Education. Like any upgrade with a ‘dot’ in it, Education 4.0 is an opportunity to build on the solid foundations of what’s come before while mixing things up … More How To Prepare Business Students For The New Economy
The history of computer science is a history of the innovations and hard work of women. For every Ada Lovelace or Grace Hopper, countless unnamed coders and designers have toiled to develop the systems on which today’s world operates: indeed, it has become almost a truism to point out that the industry originally considered computer programming to be … More How to Close the Gender Gap in Computer Science
High school students with a flair for science or mathematics who are thinking about what to do next should look towards an up-and-coming field: modeling and data science. Employers in data science, cybersecurity, economic and financial engineering, artificial intelligence, and quantum technology are looking for digital natives with the tools to design the future of … More Why Study Modeling and Data Science in Paris