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MMIT Group offers bursary place to Cilip Conference 2015

MMIT Group is delighted to offer a bursary place to the Cilip Conference 2015, being held in Liverpool on 2-3 July 2015. The bursary place includes a complimentary place on both days of the conference, as well as one nights’ accommodation at Z Hotels on Thursday 2 July and attendance to the drinks reception at The Museum of Liverpool. 96 more words


How to get there: Big IAML, NYC 2015

The Music Libraries Trust and IAML (UK & Irl) are pleased to open the application process for the 2015 Ian Ledsham Bursary. This bursary is intended to help IAML (UK & Irl) members to attend the annual IAML international conferences. 94 more words


Al Muslim, Akhul Muslim.

Asalam Alykum,
I wrote about a new sister in Islam here, name is Warda. We went through the everyday challenges she faces as a mother and a New Muslimah who has brought her sister and 2 nephews to the fold of Islam. 790 more words


It's been a while!

So third year has definitely been getting in the way of my blog-writing!
I am now nearly half way through my second term of my third year and am busy busy busy. 995 more words

Sunday, 8th February 2015

The Department for Education gives out what it calls bursaries, ‘To encourage the best graduates to enter the profession’. But in several subjects ‘the best graduates’ include those with a two-two, and in physics, maths and primary maths those with a pass. 72 more words


The 2015 Sabrina Shannon Memorial Award - Applications now being accepted

Anaphylaxis Canada is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the sixth annual Sabrina Shannon Memorial Award.

This award is dedicated to Sabrina Shannon, an inspiring teenager who suffered a fatal anaphylactic reaction in 2003. 188 more words

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The huge gap between country and city kids

Source: http://www.def.org.au

Young people in rural and regional Australia face huge obstacles getting into higher education and jobs, compared to city kids. Only 17% of rural youth go on to higher education, compared to 26% of city students. 359 more words