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A majority of teachers would rate their knowledge of apprenticeships as "poor" or "very poor", a survey suggests. A quarter considered apprenticeships a good alternative to...

Many universities in England and Wales want a sharp increase in tuition fees, a survey by BBC News has concluded. Two thirds of vice-chancellors, speaking anonymously...


Study in English in Germany

Germany 6 March 2009, 00:00

Almost all German universities also offer internationally oriented B.A. and M.A. degree courses for both German and foreign students. These courses are usually taught in English.

Wales offers £ 25 k to attract PhDs

27 February 2009, 00:00

The University of Wales is offering what it says is one of the world's highest paying PhD schemes to encourage fresh thinking in Welsh companies...

EU seeks more English translators

24 February 2009, 00:00

EU enlargement has increased the bloc's language challenges. The European Commission has launched a recruitment drive...


The Italian Higher Education System

Italy 14 February 2009, 00:00

Italy has played an important role in European higher education: it is one of the four countries that first engaged to create the so-called "European Area of Higher Education"

Graduates from a leading UK university are being offered £2,000 to stay on and do research rather than try to find their first job during the recession...

The German Academic Exchange Service together with the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation...

The number of exclusions from Scottish schools has dropped by 11% in the past year, according to official statistics.

The French educational system is distinguished by the variety of its institutions, each with its own goals, structure, and admission requirements...