It has been determined that paying for a child’s college education represents a big threat to retirement for parents today. That is especially true if their efforts of setting money aside for college expenses fall short, which is the case for many families. The good news is that financial aid through federal and school grants is more widely available than ever, making it possible for many students in need of college funds to attend a postsecondary school. Continue reading “Everything You Need To Know About Winning Scholarships”→
Within the framework of AU-Korea Cooperation, the Government of the Republic of Korea has made training offers to the AFRICAN UNION through the African Union Commission Department of Human Resources, Science and Technology (HRST). A short-term training course of 2 weeks in ‘Trade Facilitation through Modernization of Administration in Customs’ will be offered from 2nd – 15th September 2018 in Cheonan and Seongnam, South Korea. The Language of Instruction will be in English. The Course Information is attached for more details. Continue reading “African Union-KOREA SHORT TERM TRAINING PROGRAMME 2018 CALL FOR APPLICATIONS”→
The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) will co-organize the “UNESCO-CERN School on Digital Libraries 2018” which will be held in Nairobi, Kenya, from 8 to 12 October 2018 and will be hosted by Nairobi University.
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2018 IPOS Research Training Academy in Hong Kong Theme: Research Training Academy to Build the Future Generation of Psycho-Oncology Researchers in Low- and Low-Middle-Income Countries Submit your scholarship application by June 22, 2018Continue reading “2018 IPOS Research Training Academy in Hong Kong”→
In your search for the perfect degree program, you’ll probably spend a lot of time browsing through prospectuses, visiting new cities and towns, milling around campus with current students and imagining your life as an undergraduate. As you do this, you’ll obviously want to be paying close attention to the quality of the teaching and the institution’s reputation, but what other elements should influence your ultimate decision? Continue reading “How to Choose a University (Instead of Looking at Rankings)”→
International development is an amazing field. It gathers some of the smartest, most diverse workers, people willing to move to far-flung corners of the world to alleviate poverty. Working in this field is my life – I believe in what we do and want to see the best people work to achieve our goals. Continue reading “How to Get a Job in International Development”→