Category: Top Institutions

Call for NGOs to apply for ECOSOC Consultative Status with the United Nations

 

1 June 2018 is the last day for Non-Governmental Organizations to apply for consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), in order to have an opportunity to take part in UN deliberations. ECOSOC consultative status is governed by ECOSOC resolution 1996/31, which outlines the eligibility requirements for consultative status, Continue reading “Call for NGOs to apply for ECOSOC Consultative Status with the United Nations”

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Scholarships to Study at the 10 Top Art & Design Schools in 2018 across the World

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While arts and humanities degrees are usually among the most affordable, it can nonetheless be important to find funding in order to make studying at your chosen art & design school viable. If you’re interested in studying at any of the 10 top art schools in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018, here’s information on scholarships and funding opportunities available at each institution.

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UCL Institute of Education remains first for Education in QS subject rankings

QS Ranking 2018

UCL Institute of Education (IOE) has been ranked as the world number one for Education for the fifth year running, in the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject.  Continue reading “UCL Institute of Education remains first for Education in QS subject rankings”

PhD Studentship: Helen Hamlyn Centre for Pedagogy

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The Helen Hamlyn Centre for Pedagogy was founded in September 2017 in the Department of Learning and Leadership at the UCL Institute of Education, with the core aim to undertake research into primary and early years pedagogy which has a positive impact on education practice and on children’s learning (age 0-11 years). The Centre is directed by Professor Dominic Wyse (Founding Director) and Dr Rosie Flewitt (Co-Director).

The Centre is now offering a full-time PhD studentship to commence in October 2018, that will develop an original contribution to primary pedagogy, or primary and early years pedagogy. Engagement with the work of teachers and their pupils will be a key feature of the research. The successful applicant will demonstrate in a research proposal of a maximum of 2,000 words, and at interview, the original contribution that their proposed research could make to research in pedagogy. Mixed methods designs that include rigorous quantitative elements are welcomed, as are high calibre qualitative studies. Continue reading “PhD Studentship: Helen Hamlyn Centre for Pedagogy”