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Letter (or more of a note, really) from Vienna

While I always emphasise that academics do not, overwhelmingly, take anything more than very short summer holidays, it is still a good idea to get some rest, refreshment and perhaps a change of scene. 231 more words

Higher Education

University closures in Russia - will Central Asia follow?

Although this blog focusses on Central Asia, every now and then something happens in the broader sphere of influence on Central Asia that merits being featured. 204 more words

LITERARY INDEPENDENCE STILL A LONG SHOT FOR OUR UNIVERSITIES.

At Independence up to 1984 Kenya had only one University with student enrollment of approximately 7624 .Years later the number has grown to 22 Public Universities,14 Chartered Private Universities and 12 universities with Letter of Interim Authority (LIA)It is a statistic worth smiling about,but that is not yet still the cream of the cake.Recent  research… 555 more words

Liberal Arts Colleges Where the Most Accepted Students Enroll (US News)

Students may spend weeks, months or years stressing over which college to attend.

Many colleges stress over the same thing, working to maximize the percentage of accepted students who decide to enroll.

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College Planning

CORPERS LODGE (ONE)

We call it Cemetery Lodge because the apartment is opposite the village burial ground. The building is half-circled with bushes so our nearest neighbours are the occupants in the graves. 1,346 more words

NYSC Tales

What's the Best Choice for a Performing Arts Education? College or Conservatory? (PlaybillEDU)

The process of applying to college is filled with often-bewildering and potentially life-changing choices for any student. But performing arts students find themselves with an extra quandary: conservatory or non-conservatory?

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College Planning

The Truth About Rejection by Elite Colleges (DIY College Rankings)

What am I talking about? Let’s start with the joke that in order to get into the elite universities, high school students need to have discovered the cure for cancer or, at the very least, won a Nobel Prize.

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College