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Revista LideresDecember 29, 2014
Ecuadorian design students from Universidad de las Americas created toys using local materials and manufacturing facilities. A total of 24 students developed the ideas for these toys.
ExameDecember 29, 2014
In Brazil, programs that receive scores of 4 and 5 are classified as excellent. The physical education course from Universidade Anhembi Morumbi was recognized among the top 10.
KPBSDecember 29, 2014
A year and a half ago, a group of students from the NewSchool of Architecture and Design wanted to set up a temporary park in a vacant lot in downtown San Diego's East Village. The students graduated last year and formed the company RAD Lab, which is building the park at Park Boulevard and Market Street, along with other projects.
TivaratiDecember 22, 2014
In an effort to address critical employability issues every student faces upon graduating, Stamford International University hosted a round-table on the topic “What does it take for students to be globally employable and what exactly does this mean for the fresh graduate?” The round-table was facilitated by Sir Drummond Bone, Master of Balliol College Oxford and the Chairman of Stamford University Council and Piti Sithi-amnuai, a member of the Bangkok Bank Board of Directors and member of the Laureate Thailand Advisory Board.
Entorno InteligenteDecember 21, 2014
According to PETA, more than 100 million animals are used for scientific experimentation each year. A group of biotechnology engineering students at Universidad Andrés Bello (UNAB), created "Platech", a technology dedicated to replace the need to use animals.
UCVRadioDecember 21, 2014
Aiming to provide care in the areas of kinesiology, speech therapy, occupational therapy and medical technology to a region with limited facilities, Universidad Viña del Mar (UVM) opened the first Teacher Welfare Centre of the Fifth Region, located at the Freedom Tower.
Times of IndiaDecember 21, 2014
Well-known design institute Pearl Academy hosted a discussion with design academicians from around the world on the 'Future of Design Education.'
Hotel Industry MagazineDecember 19, 2014
Judy Hou, Director General/CEO at Glion Institute of Higher Education, one of the top three institutes of higher education for an international career in hospitality, highlights the importance of being aware of new trends in the hospitality industry.
L’EtudiantDecember 18, 2014
ECE Paris, a private Parisian engineering school, requires students to go abroad during their program and is ranked as one of the top three engineering schools for study abroad.
The PIE NewsDecember 18, 2014
Doug Becker, CEO of Laureate Education, told delegates at a public-private partnership event in London this month that his company’s mission was to increase access and focused on the “transformational impact” of education.
MarketingDecember 18, 2014
To reset the thinking that learning is forced and painful, INTI International University & Colleges (INTI) has launched a campaign called “Rethink Education”. The campaign aims to spur discussions and encourage the youth and their parents to reflect on the role of higher education. The campaign started rolling with two marketing videos that paint real life success stories of its students.
Campaign BriefDecember 18, 2014
The Marsden Inch Scholarship has been awarded to Julie Koch and Tania Menzies from the Adschool at the Media Design School. Marsden Inch has also awarded a second female team, Liz Henwood and Lowri Pountain, with the new Inch Perfect Award for most improved team.
India Education DiaryDecember 17, 2014
Les Roches International School of Hotel Management president and CEO, Ms. Sonia Tatar, spent the week of December 8 meeting with members of the media, alumni and industry leaders to exchange ideas and perspectives on the development and trends of the hospitality industry in India and across the globe to enhance the collaboration with local industry leaders.
R7 NoticiasDecember 16, 2014
Business School São Paulo won top spots in two important rankings, which assess the quality of business schools around the world. Eduniversal, for 2014/2015, recognized BSP with four Palmas, recognizing it as a top business school. In the ranking of the 2014/2015 Best of Business Schools by magazine AméricaEconomia, BSP was voted as the second best in the country.
De Zeen MagazineDecember 16, 2014
Italian design school Domus Academy has recruited leading creatives – including Patricia Urquiola, Joseph Grima, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Alice Rawsthorn – to form a panel that will help the school "revolutionize" its teaching.
El PeriodicDecember 15, 2014
Universidad Europea de Valencia and SEMERGEN (Spanish Society of Primary Care) Foundation have signed an agreement to launch a university research chair in chronicity.
ABCDecember 13, 2014
"Education has reached the end of a cycle. We have to build a new system. " With this statement Fernando Alberca began his presentation at the education forum, “Educate to Transform” held at Universidad Europea. The education expert talked about school failure in Spain and discussed the keys to cope with change.
El EconomistaDecember 18, 2014
In a ceremony, to be held on Friday, December 12, Les Roches Marbella students will receive their bachelor’s degrees in business administration (hospitality) and graduate degrees in international hotel management.
FinancierioDecember 18, 2014
Adrian Villa Santiago wanted to be an astronaut, but so far, has become a very young Mexican entrepreneur. He won an international prize for a contest that recognizes the entrepreneurial projects, the 2012 James McGuire Business Plan Competition, which was held in Miami and organized by Laureate International Universities.
Italian VogueDecember 9, 2014
Profile piece on Rimzim Dadu, a fashion designer who completed her bachelor’s at Pearl Academy in India.
SabahDecember 9, 2014
Young people from all over Turkey brought their inventions to the 11th Istanbul Festival hosted by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory at Istanbul Bilgi University.
Obras WebDecember 9, 2014
Researchers at the Universidad del Valle de Mexico’s Villahermosa and Tuxtla campuses, and the University of Science and Arts of Chiapas (UNICACH), created and developed solar water heaters that are already installed in urban dwellings of Chiapas.
Mujere EmprendedoraDecember 5, 2014
Ten entrepreneurs will be growing their projects over the next five months in the HUB program at Universidad Europea, an initiative that is part of the new Alcobendas campus. The program aims to promote entrepreneurship among students and society in general, opening channels of communication between companies, these new ventures, and the university.
ComunicatiDecember 4, 2014
The winning project of the online contest "BeHandy Social Design" was “A Tangible World”. The competition is a result of a collaboration between BeHandy and Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Milano (NABA). Students in the bachelor’s in design at NABA volunteered with BeHandy to map an area of Milan to identify how accessible the city is for people with different disabilities. The collaboration is part of a program to promote youth volunteering through LightUp, the City of Milan and Ciessevi.
HunanGovDecember 4, 2014
Nineteen steel sculptures out of waste materials were displayed on Orange Isle in Changsha on the morning of December 2. Visitors were amazed at these vivid sculptures. These exquisite works were created by Yang Gang, a professor at Hunan International Economics University, and his students.
Milenio NovedadesDecember 1, 2014
To promote openness and permanence of new businesses in Yucatan, the Yucatan Institute of Entrepreneurship (IYEM) created new scholarships to promote the incubation of business projects in the state. In the first stage, at least 100 scholarships will be channeled to educational institutions; Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana (20); Universidad del (20); and Universidad del Valle de Mexico (60).
Travel News DailyDecember 1, 2014
Stamford International University is promoting further education in English for Thai high school students in Bangkok through the Stamford Global Knowledge Competition 2014. The program awards prizes of recognition for top performing teams via a 50 - question English language quiz, with prizes totaling THB 175,000 and with six 50% scholarships awarded in the final round.
ZamanNovember 30, 2014
Istanbul Bilgi University students from the Pantheon Club have identified the most successful people in the business world. Students selected Murat Ülker Yildiz as the "Businessman of the Year''. A ceremony was held on the campus of Istanbul Bilgi University to honor Ülker.
MenaraNovember 29, 2014
First prize for the StarTech Africa Technological Innovation award was awarded to Imad Morchid, an engineering student at Université Internationale de Casablanca. StarTech Africa is an event open to all creators of innovative technology projects from higher education institutions in Morocco.
El Vaca NudoNovember 29, 2014
Instituto Profesional AIEP in Puerto Montt held the first conversation about the need for communal work on HIV / AIDS to better coordinate ongoing work at regional organizations and institutions as well as to promote prevention.
JC MagazineNovember 28, 2014
Six engineering information systems students from Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC) developed three applied research projects to improve strategies, deployment tools and best practices for companies that use SAP Retail in Peru, inspired by the business model from a local retailer.
Diario SurNovember 26, 2014
One of the award winners, currently based in Marbella, has a brilliant career, despite his youth. Gonzalo Gutiérrez Araujo, studied at Universidad Europea de Madrid and has won several national and international awards.
Gold NewsNovember 25, 2014
European University of Cyprus has awarded the title of honorary professor to Nobel Laureate Biochemist, Robert Huber, from the University of Cardiff.
UT San DiegoNovember 24, 2014
Look for a movable park popping up every two weeks in downtown San Diego next year. The Downtown San Diego Partnership business group won the endorsement last week of the idea from Civic San Diego, the city's development arm. A group of NewSchool of Architecture and Design graduates won the partnership's contest to design a prototype parklet that could be moved from block to block. They called it the "Board Room" and later tweaks were made to satisfy city transportation planners.
Interiors AddictNovember 24, 2014
Setting out to change the face of campus design in Australia, Think Education’s new campus in Ultimo has taken out the win for Best Interior Fitout at the NSW Master Builders Awards.
UCV RadioNovember 20, 2014
Universidad Viña del Mar is the only private university Chile to be awarded a major grant with the support of the Chilean government through the Ministry of Education. The grant will strengthen their educational programs and social responsibility commitment to the region of Valparaiso.
Roodepoort NorthsiderNovember 20, 2014
Top students from Monash University’s School of Science were recently treated to an evening where they were awarded for their academic excellence throughout the year.
Super MexicanosNovember 20, 2014
The health sciences program at Universidad Tecnológica de México (UNITEC) announced that in February 2015, they would open a specialized clinic to serve people with diabetes, with the goal of establishing and monitoring for preventive maintenance of oral and overall health.
Hotelier Middle EastNovember 19, 2014
Les Roches International School of Hotel Management is celebrating its 60th anniversary by hosting a conference called Breaking Boundaries in Education on November 20, 2014.
Notas de PrensaNovember 19, 2014
The Santander Group hosted the finals of the 19th edition of the Global Marketing Competition -GMKC- the largest business competition for students worldwide, in Boadilla del Monte (Madrid). Six finalists from among more than 4,635 participants and 1,957 teams from 81 different countries, presented their plans before a panel of professional experts. Juan Pablo Gu Ku, a student from Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas, took sixth place with prize of 1,000 euros.
Gapers BlockNovember 19, 2014
Kendall College will be the site of this year's Chicago Food Film Fest, an annual, four-day merging of the screen and plate. Short films and documentaries will be aired while theatergoers feast on themed plates.
Blog Entry by Bill Reese, Huffington PostNovember 14, 2014
I recently returned from Lima, Peru, where I had the privilege to meet with 20 young social entrepreneurs who had traveled from around the globe to take part in a week-long leadership retreat. The event was hosted by Laureate International Universities / Sylvan Laureate Foundation and the International Youth Foundation. Together with these Laureate Global Fellows, we talked about their visions for change and what it takes to transform their communities.
HondudiarioNovember 14, 2014
UNITEC authorities recognized the leadership and entrepreneurship of five young people on their efforts in creating organizations, or projects, with a high social impact on their country and which have demonstrated sustainable operations for at least six months.
Press Release via ScoopNovember 14, 2014
Crash Course, a futuristic short film created by Simon Heath and seven students from Media Design School’s Bachelor of Art and Design, won second place in the Car Shorts Grand Prix. The Car Shorts Grand Prix, an online film festival run by Direct Line Versicherung AG and Interfilm Berlin, saw people from all over the world visit the Car Shorts website to vote for their favourite short film. Crash Course competed against over 350 other short films that featured a car or mobility based storyline to win over the general public.
MilliyetNovember 12, 2014
Istanbul Bilgi University this year organized this year a photo exhibit of 31 students from different countries called "Through the Eyes of Erasmus Istanbul 2013", which opened for viewing at its Santralistanbul Campus.
Zocalo y SaltilloNovember 12, 2014
In order to raise awareness about the damage diabetes can cause, Universidad del Valle de Mexico’s Saltillo campus held an inaugural 5k called "Together Against Diabetes".
La RepublicaNovember 12, 2014
PERUHACK 2014 is an event that is focused on hacking and computer-security in Peru. This year it was hosted by Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas.
Aujourd’huiNovember 12, 2014
Social enterprise: a new way for development? Université Internationale de Casablanca hosted a 2014 Social Talk with the Olea Institute to focus on the role of NGOs in the democratic process of a progressive nation.
Animation World NetworkNovember 10, 2014
The SIGGRAPH Asia 2014 Computer Animation Festival presents the most stunning animation and visual effects works. Every year, it showcases the latest technologies and creative innovations for attendees, and this year it will continue to thrill with a variety of creative arts and technological advancements. The Jury Special Prize was presented to James Cunningham of Media Design School (New Zealand), for his short film Over the Moon.
Blog de FlorestaNovember 10, 2014
Uninorte marketing students joined forces and cleaned two bus stops on Avenida Getúlio Vargas, in the city center near their campus. The initiative received support from a number of different agencies of the city of Manaus.
PueblaNovember 9, 2014
Hope, affection, trust and solidarity were felt by dozens of families who came to the University Hospital (Puebla HUP) to join the Puebla Surgical Campaign. The BUAP, in collaboration with the Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM), The Champions of Hope and the Smile Network International, are helping return smiles to children suffering from cleft lip and palate.
SURNovember 7, 2014
Andalusia Excelente is an award that values innovation, creativity, social responsibility and internationalization of Andalusian companies have been successfully placed in leading business through expertise, differentiation and effort. Les Roches Marbella has been recognized in the category of Excellence in Education for the quality of its educational offerings which places students among the most demanded by leading companies in the Hospitality sector at nationally and internationally.
E-DuesseNovember 7, 2014
Aster Cucine is working with future designers from Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Milano (NABA) in a collaboration titled "Create your mood." Fifteen students from the MA Degree in Product Design will design a kitchen through using an alphabet of materials, components, accessories, finishes and volumes provided by Aster.
TechdayNovember 6, 2014
Media Design School is hosting the second annual Girls in Games. Targeted at female students between 14-18 in the Auckland region, Girls in Games in an immersive workshop that encourages young girls to get involved in game development and design.
Podcast, BFM, The Business StationNovember 5, 2014
Amit Sevak, CEO, INTI Education Group and also CEO of Laureate Malaysia, discusses the university’s performance, the country's education sector and answers questions about Laureate. He also discusses in detail the private-public conundrum and the role of business in education.
Ser PeruanoNovember 4, 2014
Cibertec has opened their newest campus and first location in Arequipa. Arequipa is Peru’s second largest city and has a large and growing demand for graduates from technical colleges.
ZamanNovember 4, 2014
One of the most important authors in Turkish literature, Yaşar Kemal, was awarded an honorary doctorate degree from Istanbul Bilgi University during a special ceremony at the university’s SantralIstanbul campus.
Yahoo MexicoNovember 3, 2014
Students from Universidad del Valle de Mexico’s campus Lomas Verdes, advise women in the community of Carrizal, Veracruz on the production of the artisan seasoning Chiltepetl to try to expand the market to US.
El ComercioNovember 3, 2014
Virgilio Martinez, the renowned chef and owner of Central restaurant in Lima, which was recognized as the best in Latin America and number 15 in the world, has now become the founder of the degree of Gastronomy and Culinary Management, which will start next year at Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC).
EMOLNovember 2, 2014
Located 140 kilometers from Santiago, Rapel Lake is known for being one of the most popular eco-tourism destinations in the country’s central region. Recently declared a Tourist Interest Area (ZOIT), the regional government, in conjunction with the school of ecotourism at Universidad Andrés Bello (UNAB) and SERNATUR, has been conducting several projects with the aim of promoting sustainable tourism in the area.
Gulf BusinessOctober 30, 2014
Online higher education offers accessibility and flexibility, writes Dr. Ward Ulmer, associate dean of Walden University’s College of Management and Technology.
UCV RadioOctober 30, 2014
The Naval War College, in conjunction with Universidad Andrés Bello, conducted the seminar "Women in Chile Today: Training for Change," which took place in the university’s auditorium at their Viña del Mar campus.
ETB Travel NewsOctober 29, 2014
Stamford International University in Thailand supported a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project pioneered by Miss Thailand World 2014 “Maeya” Nonthawan Thongleng, a 3rd year student in Stamford’s International Airlines Business Management program, in Udon Thani province. The mission of the CSR program “Return the happiness to society” is to provide educational opportunities (including the benefits of participatory sports education) to young Thai students in underprivileged areas.
UT San DiegoOctober 29, 2014
Five architects and a developer duked it out Thursday in a make-believe Fight Club boxing ring, all to prove a point: It's not all about design. Sponsored by the alumni board of the NewSchool of Architecture and Design, the two-hour slugfest before an audience of nearly 150 students and professionals had veteran designers doff their traditional, good-guy personas and debate the pros and cons of the real world.
E-Global Travel MediaOctober 27, 2014
Stamford International University, a respected and established innovative educational institute in Thailand, hosted the Laureate International Universities webinar broadcast of the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting, giving students a chance to be included in a debate on a wealth of key global issues.
La HoraOctober 27, 2014
During the weekend, the municipality of Quito and metropolitan health department ran a campaign to provide services to dogs and cats with the support of professionals and students from the veterinary colleges of San Francisco de Quito (USFQ) and Universidad de las Americas (UDLA).
Plano InformativoOctober 25, 2014
Student health programs at Universidad del Valle de México’s campus San Luis Potosí started their prevention campaign against breast cancer.
El ConfidencialOctober 24, 2014
The director of the Spanish Society of Emergency Medicine (SEMES), Juan González del Castillo, explained his thoughts on the side effects of Ebola treatment, and more, during a special event organized and hosted by Universidad Europea de Madrid in response to questions about the virus.
El UniversalOctober 22, 2014
The former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom spoke of the numerous benefits he sees from the structural reforms being implemented in Mexico during a talk with students from Universidad del Valle de Mexico.
La TribunaOctober 19, 2014
Chancellor Mireya Agüero Corrales gave awards to outstanding students of University Technology Centre (CEUTEC), who designed the official logo of the Third Inter-American meeting of ministers and high level authorities on sustainable development of the Organization of American States (OAS).
El UniversalOctober 19, 2014
The Center for Public Opinion at Universidad del Valle de Mexico released the results of a new study.
ESPN DeportesOctober 15, 2014
Profile of Universidad del Valle de México student and Olympic medalist, Aida Roman, by ESPN Mexico.
Hospitality InteriorsOctober 14, 2014
The Glion Institute of Higher Education, one of the world’s top three institutes of higher education for an international career in hospitality management (TNS Global Survey, 2013), has received the 2014 IAIR Award in the category of Best Company for Leadership in Higher Education, Europe, during a ceremony at the Palazzo Mezzanotte in Milan, Italy.
ABQ JournalOctober 14, 2014
Good news for New Mexico, “Manhattan” is coming back for a second season. The series is filmed largely on the campus of Santa Fe University of Art and Design.
La CuartaOctober 13, 2014
The first Symposium of Forensic Veterinary Medicine was held at Universidad de las Americas in Viña del Mar and included students from different cities in Chile, police and forensic professionals in veterinary research.
Der WestenOctober 11, 2014
The private university BiTS (Business and Information Technology School) in Iserlohn is the partner for the first German-Chinese business school in Qingdao.
La InformacionOctober 10, 2014
Universidad Europea will bring together about 400 students for a conference to be held on Thursday, October 16 in Madrid, to educate young people about the importance of going for a digital future as one of the objectives promoted by the "e-Skills for Jobs” campaign.
AgrariaOctober 9, 2014
In order to enhance its management and agribusiness degree program, Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC) will incorporate courses in agrifood research, trends in agribusiness and agro marketing.
Soy ChileOctober 7, 2014
The Antofagasta Clinic and Instituto Profesional AIEP signed a cooperation agreement for students who are pursuing a degrees in nursing to complete internships at this medical facility.
El TiempoOctober 7, 2014
The former Spanish soccer player, Emilio Butragueño, director of institutional relations at Real Madrid, officially announced on Monday in Bogotá a partnership with Colombian school, Universidad Sergio Arboleda, that will advance research in sports through a master’s program in sports management.
Ser Madrid NorteOctober 7, 2014
Universidad Europea opened its newest campus in Madrid in Alcobendas. This new campus is designed as a unique place where business and entrepreneurship are in permanent contact with the university.
The HinduOctober 5, 2014
Master chef Christopher Koetke from Kendall College’s School of Culinary Arts, one of the most reputed culinary schools of United States of America, is on a five city tour of India with visits to Hyderabad, Jaipur, Delhi, Chandigarh and Mumbai.
El HeraldoOctober 4, 2014
Jossué Amador is part of robotics research team composed of José Donaire, Samuel Cruz and Bryan Flores, are all students of the Universidad Tecnológica Centroamericana (Unitec), who designed the first robotic tour guide. Named HargEsta, the machine is a virtual assistant who can interact via voice to guide tourists to their requested destination.
Campaign BriefOctober 3, 2014
It's been a big week for AdSchool students at Media Design School who picked up five Crowbars at the International Crowbar Student awards, including the top award for copywriting for a campaign for Gnosh Supermarkets by students Sian Henderson and Tania Menzies.
Health NewsOctober 3, 2014
Universidad Europea’s doctoral and research school has signed an agreement with the Spanish Society of Primary Care Physicians (SEMERGEN) for the creation of a new university chair to support research.
TiempoOctober 2, 2014
Universidad Tecnológica Centroamericana (Unitec) and the Organization of Professional Sports Journalists in Honduras (OPPDH) yesterday conducted a media workshop seminar.
Clave SocialOctober 2, 2014
Climate change and the use of alternative energy sources are receiving media attention following the UN meeting on climate change, one great initiative is the Semilla Verde & Eskeje Project, created by a young leader who won the young social entrepreneur award from Universidad Europea and Banco Santander.
RefrescanteOctober 1, 2014
The court of Rio Grande do Sul (NUPEMEC TJ / RS) and UniRitter have taken the first step to improve the service of the court system through mediation by creating the country's first private center for applied mediation. The proposal was approved in July by TJ / RS with the goal of establishing joint actions for the dissemination of methods to resolve conflicts through mediation practice.
The Guardian, Global Development BlogSeptember 30, 2014
Online public health student at the University of Liverpool, Ambeen Haq, is among commentators and authors from countries across the world reflecting on the impact and outcomes of the twentieth anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development, held in Cairo in 1994.
CronicaSeptember 30, 2014
Graduates and teachers from the Universidad del Valle de Mexico’s Guadalajara Sur campus created a prosthetic hand that will improve the quality of life for children who have suffered from a loss of one or both hands.
Noticias CanariasSeptember 29, 2014
The rector of Universidad Europea de Canarias hosted a working group meeting with the Enterprise Network, Tenerife.
La TribunaSeptember 29, 2014
The President of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández, started an intense three-day agenda in Spain. The Honduran delegation will visit Universidad Europea de Madrid, where he will deliver a keynote lecture for the opening of the 2014-2015 academic year.
La PrensaSeptember 29, 2014
UNITEC and CEUTEC recognized 184 new graduating professionals from the institution’s undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The writer Julio Escoto spoke at the graduation ceremony.
Fox Business NewsSeptember 29, 2014
Laureate Education CEO Douglas Becker discusses the rising cost of college and student loan debt.
InfoTur PeruSeptember 26, 2014
As part of the celebration of "World Tourism Day", the School of Hotel and Tourism Management at the Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC) and Glion Institute of Higher Education in Switzerland will host the international conference “Tourism Trends and Prospects in Latin America” on Tuesday at the Monterrico campus.
Codice InformativoSeptember 26, 2014
Leaders from Universidad del Valle de México Campus Queretaro and Implan created the nation’s first observatory for tourism. The center will focus on gathering and distributing information to raise the profile of Santiago de Queretaro as a destination for national and international tourists.
Hotel IndustrySeptember 25, 2014
Judy Hou, general director/CEO at Glion, discusses the vital – and changing role – of hospitality education in preparing young leaders to deliver a first-class customer experience.
MSN EstadãoSeptember 25, 2014
More than 6,500 people attended the Eighth Paladar Culinary Arts of Brazil event, which was held at the Vila Olimpia campus of Universidade Anhembi Morumbi.
The New Indian ExpressSeptember 25, 2014
Chef Chris Koetke from Kendall College, a leading culinary arts school located in Chicago, who has been in the industry for 36 years was in the city, delivered a demonstration of a student’s journey in culinary education. Beginning with how to hold a knife, Chris went on to give the audience an understanding of many things at ITC Kakatiya, Begumpet.
Terra.clSeptember 23, 2014
The School of Public Health at Universidad Andrés Bello signed an agreement with Fonasa to study ways to more effectively and efficiently treat patients.
Yahoo! MexicoSeptember 19, 2014
The Ministry of Economy, through the National Institute of Entrepreneurship and Universidad del Valle de México, began creating a network of business incubators to support entrepreneurs.
La Voz DigitalSeptember 18, 2014
The first class of doctors, trained at the Getafe Hospital, per an agreement the hospital signed with Universidad Europea de Madrid in 2008, graduated this June and September.
International Meetings ReviewSeptember 17, 2014
Thailand's Stamford International University signed a Memorandum of Understanding with IMPACT. The MOU was signed at a ceremony led by Prof. Dr. Boonmark Sirinaovakul, President, Stamford International University, who welcomed Loy Joon How, General Manager of IMPACT Exhibition Management.
La Cronica September 17, 2014
Jairo Sánchez and Arody Paredes, alumni from Universidad del Valle de México Campus Tuxtla designed aerial drones to help provide the government with a resource to use to respond to ecological disasters and threats to public security.
Chicago ReaderSeptember 15, 2014
"What is the relevance of the Mexican pantry in modern cuisine?" asked Rick Bayless of a crowd of about 60 or 70 people assembled lecture-hall-style in front of a test kitchen area at Kendall College on Saturday morning.
El Siglo de TorreonSeptember 12, 2014
Robert B. Zoellick, former president of the World Bank (2007-2012), said during a talk with students at various campuses of Universidad del Valle de Mexico, that changes in energy in Mexico will rebound in the economy at the end of this year or the next.
The Sun DailySeptember 11, 2014
Discrimination of any sort, such as against women or any particular group will impede a nation's chance to succeed in this age of globalisation, former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair said today. "You may get a round of applause from like-minded people now (when you discriminate), but it will be the death knell of your future," Blair said in his talk on "The Opportunities and Challenges of Globalisation" at INTI International University.
El Sol de DurangoSeptember 10, 2014
Studying architecture at the Universidad Tecnológica de México (UNITEC)’s south campus allowed Aldo Castillo to fulfill a dream. He developed a sustainable approach to building houses by creating bricks from eco-friendly materials. His project, "Ecoladrillos Mexico" was developed in the UNITEC Business Incubator. Aldo and his business partner won the 2013 James McGuire Business Plan Competition, graduate category.
Blue Mountains GazetteSeptember 10, 2014
The Chris O'Brien Lifehouse at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital is a recently established world-class cancer treatment and research facility providing integrated care and support services to both public and private patients, and its services have benefitted many from the Blue Mountains. To raise funds to support this wonderful facility, chef Andrew Neale from the Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School is leading team "Blue Magic" in the Sunsuper Ride to Conquer Cancer.
Afternoon Dispatch and CourierSeptember 10, 2014
The hospitality sector is experiencing above-average growth, writes Judy Hou, CEO, Glion Institute of Higher Education, adding that the industry demand for qualified graduates with the necessary management skills and practical knowledge and services is continuously increasing.
GloboSeptember 9, 2014
A few years ago, the prevailing business model was local management and performance; today professionals are facing a global market. These changes have created a new profile of a professional: dynamic and constantly changing. To adapt, continuing education and training are essential, such as MBAs and specializations offered byCEDEPE Business School.
E-Global TravelSeptember 9, 2014
Stamford International University, a respected and established innovative educational institute in Thailand, has received the ‘Blackboard Catalyst Award’ for innovative blended learning in its signature MBA Program, the first university in Thailand to be bestowed such an accolade.
Revista ConstruirSeptember 9, 2014
With a series of lectures and workshops delivered by experts from Honduras, Mexico and Colombia, the university discussed developments and innovations in the field of engineering and architecture. The week of engineering and architecture at UNITEC in Tegucigalpa also recognized research projects developed by students and graduates.
Cyprus MailSeptember 7, 2014
Expect to see some unusual and wonderful sights at the European University Cyprus at the first ever Cyprus Comic Convention, also known as ComicCon.
San Diego Union-TribuneSeptember 6, 2014
"Boardroom" is the name of the winning mobile parklet design by three NewSchool of Architecture and Design students. It will be painted with glow-in-the-dark paint and accommodate about eight users.
La TribunaSeptember 5, 2014
The Universidad Tecnológica Centroamericana (UNITEC) graduated 521 professionals. Of those that received their degrees, 168 received master’s, 57 graduated from the engineering department, 124 graduated with undergraduate degrees and 172 working adults graduated from Centro Universitario Tecnológico (CEUTEC).
La RazonSeptember 5, 2014
Students with degrees in food and tourism at the Universidad de of Valle de Mexico (UVM) Querétaro campus may cooperate with the municipal government in the investigation of the local tourism heritage as part of their social service and professional practices, authorities said.
Der WesternSeptember 4, 2014
Authentic, direct, open: Africa-activist Sir Bob Geldof thrilled with an emotional speech on Thursday to the audience at the BiTS Campus Symposium. More on the event, with image gallery
New EuropeSeptember 2, 2014
The European Commissioner responsible for digital agenda, Neelie Kroes, underlined the importance of freedom of expression. Kroes said "free expression is a herald of liberty, and an essential ingredient of democracy." The digital agenda commissioner spoke at the “Media Freedom in the Internet Age” conference at Istanbul Bilgi University on September 2.
Trujillo InformaSeptember 1, 2014
The project was designed by young people from the Universidad Privada del Norte (UPN) and includes hostels terraces, outdoor café and cable car. The proposal will promote commercial activity in the area.
El Sol de DurangoAugust 28, 2014
Students from Universidad Tecnológica de México’s (Unitec) Cuitláhuac campus developed a project that converts mechanical energy into renewable and sustainable electricity, through the passage of vehicles over speed bumps. The project won the undergraduate category of Laureate’s 2014 McGuire Business Plan Competition.
O Jornal de HojeAugust 27, 2014
To help new entrepreneurs and to prevent premature demise of their companies, Universidad Potiguar (UnP) launched a business incubator, Incubadora Empreende. Students enrolled in any degree program, undergraduate or graduate, will have the support of the university on their path to creating a company.
UCV RadioAugust 27, 2014
University Viña del Mar (UVM), Chilean Investigative Police (PDI), and the National Youth Service Valparaiso (SENAME) began the first of a series of talks called Improvement Program for Sexual Assault Prevention or PAS. This event, organized by the early childhood education program at UVM and the vice-rector for international relations and liaison and support department and community action (DACOM) of PDI, aims to raise awareness about sexual abuse of minors and instruct the audience on this important issue.
EMOLAugust 25, 2014
Eight students from Instituto Tecnológico San Mateo de Pudahuel were looking for a partner to develop their solar car and compete in the Atacama Solar Race 2014 and found that partner in engineering students from the Universidad Andres Bello (UNAB).
Trujillo InformaAugust 20, 2014
Fernando Marañón, the former vice president of human resources and security systems of McDonald's Spain, visited students from Universidad Privada del Norte’s MBA program and delivered a session titled “How to Build a Successful Career.”
El Diario de CoahuilaAugust 20, 2014
The Center for Public Opinion at the Universidad del Valle de Mexico published the results of a survey that revealed three of every four Mexicans have stopped eating any food considered a risk to their health because there is little knowledge about their ingredients.
St. Augustine RecordAugust 20, 2014
Over 100 graduates from 24 different states and Brazil celebrated their graduation from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences on August 15, with more than 500 friends and family in attendance.
Sydney Morning HeraldAugust 16, 2014
Careers in pre-school education are set to soar in the next five years, according to a recent survey by IBIS World. A predicted 6.8 per cent increase in jobs in the industry will create demand for more highly skilled educators. Torrens University Australia, along with other national tertiary institutions, is delivering comprehensive master of education (early childhood) and master of education (reading and literacy) programs.
Forbes MexicoAugust 15, 2014
During the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Mexican Aida Roman, from Universidad del Valle de Mexico, earned silver and bronze medals in archery. A year later, Aida was without her coach, Songi Woo, who had decided to leave the country. "I became self-taught," jokes the athlete. And so, one of the stars of the national sport must walk alone for a few competitions.
MaxPressNetAugust 15, 2014
FADERGS, a member of Laureate International Universities, a global leader in the education sector - celebrates this August, its 10 years of operation. The institution received from the Ministry of Education Note 4 (scale 1-5) in General Courses Index (PMI) - the level considered high performance.
ArtSlantAugust 14, 2014
An interview with Rosa Lena Reed Robinson, curator of the Pushkin Gallery, about SFUAD’s ongoing regular summer series, OVF@Pushkin, as well as the Pushkin Gallery Prize.
JC MagazineAugust 14, 2014
Researchers from four different areas of Universidad Andrés Bello have patented a revolutionary advance in bio-nanotechnology. One of the major impacts this application will have on agriculture is to help regulate the ripening of fruit during their transport, preventing its breakdown, product loss, achieving better shaped fruit, better flavor and sweetness, that is, a more appetizing product quality.
GloboAugust 14, 2014
UniRitter announced an alliance with the Faculdade Port-Alegrense (Fapa) to expand its operations in Rio Grande do Sul. With the partnership, the university launches its fourth campus and its third in the capital.
Portal FatorAugust 14, 2014
IBMR and the South American Federation of Jiu-Jitsu will partner to provide athletes and their families special discounts on a number of different graduate and English courses.
TechDay EducateAugust 13, 2014
Media Design School has received over $3 million New Zealand dollars of the world’s most advanced visual effects (VFX) software. The South Korean software development company FXGear has donated 200 software licenses for the Media Design School’s computers as part of its software donation program.
Hotelier Middle EastAugust 12, 2014
The Glion Institute of Higher Education will support the Hotelier Middle East Great GM Debate 2014 as a sponsor of the event. Glion partnership manager Anouk Tenten discussed the reason the institution is sponsoring this important meeting and hinted at some upcoming developments.
HR PortugalAugust 12, 2014
Carlos Rosa will take over the coordination of the technology, arts and communication at Universidade Europeia. Carlos Rosa has research projects published in Lisbon, London, Utrecht, Delft and Beijing and a Ph.D. in design from the School of Architecture of the University of Lisbon.
ProcesoAugust 11, 2014
With the goal of helping low-income families who have been affected by natural disasters, the government of Honduras on Monday gave houses to citizens in the Villa Peniel community. The president stressed the willingness of Universidad Tecnológica Centroamericana (Unitec), to complete these innovative homes in less than three months. The chief executive did not miss the opportunity to congratulate the architects Allan Mauricio Palma, Gabriela Destephen, Denis Pineda and Lilian Muñoz, who designed the houses to help poor families. The student architects won the Laureate network’s 2013 McGuire Business Plan Competition.
Primera HoraAugust 11, 2014
In order to meet the evolving needs of Mexico’s higher education students, Universidad del Valle de Mexico has launched a new option for professional students in Nuevo Laredo; an online law degree.
El TiempoAugust 9, 2014
Matias Santana, director of the MBA program at UDLA, received the award for Best Paper in Quantitative Finance with “Modeling Attitude to Risk and Returns,” a study based on a model of agents for the cultural profile of Latin American investors.
Hospitality TimesAugust 9, 2014
Prospective university students in the UK believe the best way to a successful career is the academic degree from a top university. Vocational degrees are viewed not as a route to management, but rather to the first rungs in the industry. Which is odd since top recruiters are heading to hospitality schools to seek out future managers and executives. A Les Roches student was profiled in this article.
El ConfidencialAugust 8, 2014
A commentary on the link between social progress and education by Miguel Carmelo, CEO of Laureate International Universities Europe.
Online PresseAugust 8, 2014
The “Sub-Zero” network is an interdisciplinary project between science, art and photography, and will hold their annual workshop series 60-km from the Arctic Circle in Finland, at the Oulanka National Park in the Oulanka research station. Scientists, artists and professors from Finland and Norway, ten students from BTK - Hochschule of Design and the two BTK professors Walter Berg Moser and Alexander Lembke will participate in the event in early September.
El ComercioAugust 7, 2014
An interview with Edward Roekaert, rector of Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC), who discusses how the university promotes innovation through the business creativity prize.
ScoopAugust 4, 2014
An animated food army is leading an urgent appeal for donations to the Presbyterian Support Northern Foodbank. A one-minute video features “Sergeant Canny” who is recruiting food for an army that will fight hunger in Auckland communities. The animation was created by a student from Media Design School to raise awareness about the food bank’s current shortage of food.
Haber TurkAugust 2, 2014
Famous ballet dancer Sağtürk Tan, who founded the Sağtürk Tan Academy many years ago, teaches thousands of students the art of dance. Sağtürk will take this training a step further as he begins work with Istanbul Bilgi University to move the academy within a university department.
Human Resources PressAugust 2, 2014
Universidad Europea has signed an agreement with Live Nation, one of the world’s leading production companies, to implement a master’s degree in live entertainment.
Talent ManagementAugust 1, 2014, Kate Everson
A 2011 study from Walden University found that 90 percent of millennials had done something to participate in some type of social change in the year before the survey, a rate higher than Generation X (81 percent).
Diario MexicoAugust 1, 2014
Academic leaders and researchers from Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM) in collaboration with other higher education institutions have developed environmentally friendly biomaterials that can be used in construction.
Bio Bio ChileAugust 1, 2014
According to Daniel Almonacid, professor of bioinformatics at UNAB, the study compared 128 cases of women with different body shapes and subjected them to the same environmental conditions. "With the study we aim to ensure that even if they have the same stimuli, the same incentives and share similar lifestyles, there are women who are genetically predisposed to gain more or less weight, allowing us for the first time in Chile to understand the factors causing this disease and how to prevent it in time."
Diario de YucatanJuly 31, 2014
Physicians from different states of the Mexican Republic agreed on the urgency of creating a protocol for the treatment of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). According to a study by the Center for Public Opinion at Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM), 26 percent of doctors do not associate the acronym ELA with illness and 62 percent recognized that diagnosing the condition is very complicated.
ColetivaJuly 30, 2014
Uniritter and the Brazilian Association of Communication Agencies in Rio Grande do Sul (Abracom/RS) have teamed up on a project that will create a radiograph of the state’s corporate communications market.
The Daily BlogJuly 30, 2014
Saturday night was New Zealand’s Best at the New Zealand International Film Festival. The collection of 6 short films are selected from over a hundred and are all of very high quality. They compete for a number of cash prizes and the audience were invited to vote on their favourites. The film, “Over the Moon” created by Media Design School students was highlighted as one of the six this writer favored.
Mittelstand CaféJuly 29, 2014
On September 4-5 2014, Sir Bob Geldof, the Irish singer-songwriter, entrepreneur, composer, actor and political activist will be a guest at the international economic conference, the “Campus Symposium”, which takes places at BiTS in Iserlohn. At the event, he will present his vision for the future of the world, remaining true to his self-imposed objective to create awareness.
The European Executive Education ReviewJuly 28, 2014
The University of Roehampton’s online MBA program is primed for the digital age. The online MBA programs that deliver on the contemporary needs of today’s workforce are the ones that will produce tomorrow’s leaders.
Dr. Ward Ulmer, Walden University’s associate dean of the College of Management and Technology, writes how understanding the importance of tracking your performance personally and professionally is an essential part of the management process.
Science DailyJuly 28, 2014
Researchers have developed a powerful new tool that can help advance the genetic engineering of 'fuel' crops for clean, green and renewable bioenergy -- an assay that enables scientists to identify and characterize the function of nucleotide sugar transporters, critical components in the biosynthesis of plant cell walls. Ariel Orellana, from Universidad Andrés Bello, Santiago, Chile, was a researcher on the project and co-author of the paper on this research in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
AMJuly 28, 2014
In order to promote the values of competition and teamwork, the fourth edition of UVM Culinary Cup was held, a culinary competition, organized by Universidad del Valle de Mexico and the Laureate International Universities network. During three days, more than 40 students from around the country arrived at UVM Campus Guadalajara to showcase their culinary talents.
Glam AdelaideJuly 28, 2014
To officially commemorate the launch and inaugural year of Torrens University Australia, President Bill Clinton – The Honorary Chancellor of Laureate International Universities – addressed hundreds of academic staff, students and industry leaders at the Festival Centre in Adelaide on Thursday July 24th, outlining his future vision for global education.
El MartutinoJuly 27, 2014
"Energy Rating System and application of renewable energies in building" was an event organized by the Chilean Chamber of Construction in Valparaiso for partners, academics and professionals in this field. The activity took place in the auditorium at Universidad Viña del Mar in Miraflores and featured exhibitions by a number of prominent experts.
MSNJuly 27, 2014
The academic director of the school of communication at Universidade Anhembi Morumbi, Luiz Alberto de Farias, says that it is a great time for live broadcasters. "This is the professional who best understands the concepts, language and techniques related to the design, production, placement and direction of programs and projects for radio, television and internet activities. Therefore, they are more prepared to meet the demands new media alternatives."
Trujillo InformaJuly 26, 2014
Seven students from Universidad Privada del Norte demonstrated their talent to automotive and electronics companies in Brazil as part of an academic exchange program with the Universidade Anhembi Morumbi in Sao Paulo.
Albuquerque JournalJuly 25, 2014
Since March, crews have been building the set for WGN America’s latest TV series, “Manhattan,” on the campus of Santa Fe University of Art and Design.
Con SaludJuly 25, 2014
The fact that tooth decay caused by the wearing down of teeth over time is "one of the most common treatments in dental practices" has motivated a team of specialists from the Universidad Europea de Madrid (UEM) to conduct a study focused on ways to make earlier diagnoses.
China DailyJuly 25, 2014
Yang Gang, an associate professor and dean of the animation department at Hunan International Economics University, started to make transformers in June 2012 when he noticed waste metal pieces in a scrap yard.
Herald SunJuly 24, 2014
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton has praised Adelaide and issued a call for global co-operation while officially launching Torrens University Australia at a packed function at the Adelaide Festival Centre.
The AustralianJuly 23, 2014
On Thursday, Bill Clinton will be in town to officially launch Torrens University in his capacity as chairman of Laureate International Universities network.
CBS ChicagoJuly 24, 2014
Chicago chef extraordinaire Rick Bayless is serving up a couple of full-ride scholarships to some well-deserving students. Two CPS students were celebrating a dream come true after each receiving a full-ride to attend Kendall College’s School of Culinary Arts.
YancuicJuly 23, 2014
RoboCup 2014 began today in the city of Joao Pessoa, Brazil. The team from Universidad del Valle de Mexico, composed of students majoring in Computer Systems Engineering and Mechatronics Engineering from the Toluca campus, remains the leader after the opening day of the robotics tournament.
Leisure ManagementJuly 23, 2014
Les Roches International School of Hotel Management has launched a specialized course in spa and health management – in collaboration with ESPA and Genolier Swiss Medical Network (GSMN).
El Diario de VictoriaJuly 22, 2014
Researchers from Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM), Campus Tuxtla, are working on prototypes of biomaterials from fungi native to Chiapas, as an alternative to using Styrofoam.
Deccan HeraldJuly 22, 2014
When in class five, this young girl developed concern for her wheelchair bound-English teacher. Often spotting her mentor in simple and repetitive clothes, Tavleen Dhingra could not understand the reason behind her same clothing choices. This continued until she enrolled in a fashion school and realized that there are hardly any clothing options for the physically disabled. Therefore, when given a chance to deliberate on a project idea for the Global James McGuire Business Plan Competition, conducted by the Laureate International Universities network, Dhingra decided to work on clothing for the physically disabled.
La Estrella de PanamaJuly 21, 2014
Universidad Interamericana de Panamá (UIP) opened its new campus in La Chorrera, on Costa Verde Boulevard. With the opening of this building, the UIP demonstrates its intention to be the major contributor to an inclusive and progressive society.
Hospitality Biz IndiaJuly 21, 2014
Emily Williams Knight, President, Kendall College, talks about the benefits of pursuing a BA in Culinary Arts and an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Baking & Pastry with Neha Pradhan.
ServiMediaJuly 17, 2014
Universidad Europea has selected the ten winning projects of the sixth year of the Premios Jóvenes Emprendedores Sociales, among which there are several initiatives focused on sustainable social, economic and environmental developments.
HondudiarioJuly 16, 2014
This week, 431 students graduated from UNITEC/CEUTEC from a variety of different degree programs and will begin to put their knowledge and experience to work.
Soy ChileJuly 16, 2014
On Tuesday morning, Mayor Gaston Saavedra, representing the municipality of Talcahuano and the Vice Chancellor of Universidad Andrés Bello, Octavio Enriquez, signed an agreement to benefit elderly in the community.
El Diario Rotativo – July 16, 2014
Francisco Giovanni Delgado Ocho, a industrial and systems engineering student at Universidad del Valle de México’s Hispano campus, used CAD software to create a virtual tour of National Museum of Virreinato, one of Mexico’s oldest museums.
Equipos y TalentoJuly 15, 2014
Randstad, Universidad Europea and Mediaset Spain have signed a collaboration agreement to offer two college scholarships in specialized media.
El Semanal DigitalJuly 15, 2014
Women enjoy better protection from cardiovascular disease than men, as shown in research led by Gregorio Marañón, from the university hospital and Dr. Martinez-Selles, of the Universidad Europea de Madrid, and president of the geriatric cardiology department of the Cardiology Society of Spain (SEC).
Expok NewsJuly 15, 2014
“The crime rate in the federal district is thankfully going down”, said Azucena Sanchez Mendez, the assistant secretary for public participation and crime Prevention of the SSP DF. This morning, he welcomed guests to Universidad del Valle de Mexico's Coyoacan campus for the event “Deciding Together on Security”, a day of citizen participation and education.
Forbes Entrepreneurs blogJuly 14, 2014
Dr. Cheryl Lentz, editor of The Refractive Thinker and a faculty member in Walden University’s School of Management, "is one of the few people who has crossed over from the business world to academia and back again."
Skills PortalJuly 14, 2014
To commemorate the legacy of Nelson Mandela, Monash South Africa has embarked on a month long book drive with the aim of collecting thousands of books for the local communities.
Expok NewsJuly 11, 2014
Through her hard work and dedication, Jessica Sarai Aviles, a student in the nutrition program at Universidad del Valle de Mexico's Coyoacan campus, will compete at the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships for competitors with disabilities in August.
SigmaLiveJuly 9, 2014
Successive graduation ceremonies were held at the European University Cyprus. A total of 716 undergraduate and graduate degrees were awarded to 2014 class. Awards were also presented to outstanding students from each degree program.
PublimetroJuly 8, 2014
Hernán de la Barra, professor at the School of Kinesiology at Universidad Andrés Bello, said that office workers and students who spend increasingly long hours in front of a computer screen are in a situation that can lead health drawbacks.
Plano InformativoJuly 7, 2014
Universidad del Valle de Mexico's San Luis Potosi campus opened a new simulation hospital. Governor Fernando Toranzo Fernández attended the ceremony, along with local health authorities, members of the school and the board of directors.
Agencia OrbitaJuly 7, 2014
Entrepreneurial students Stephanie Frías and Karen Da Cruz from Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC) and the Universidad de Lima respectively, won the Intel Peru Challenge with their project Hobbieworks.
Extra NoticiasJuly 5, 2014
The rector of Universidad de las Americas, Pilar Armanet, and Mayor Rodolfo Carter of La Florida, opened four new medical care centers at Centro de Salud Familiar Los Castaños in order to expand care to community members. In these new spaces, students majoring in kinesiology and nursing will help residents in one of the most vulnerable sectors of La Florida.
Bloomberg Business WeekJuly 2, 2014
Former U.S. President William J. Clinton (1993-2001) visited Universidad Latina de Costa Rica on July 1, as part of the university’s 25th anniversary celebrations. While visiting the university, he toured the new medical research and teaching facility and addressed students and local leaders.
Study MalaysiaJuly 2, 2014
More than 200 INTI students volunteered as camp facilitators and the children’s guardians in the 3-day 2-night event.
Le MondeJuly 1, 2014
In June 2014, Laureate released the results of a global survey they conducted with Zogby Analytics to better understand what students think the university of the future will look like. They received 21,000 responses from students at 27 institutions.
Press ReleaseJune 30, 2014
Stanley Paris, PT, PhD, FAPTA, a member of the Foundation’s Board of Trustees, and his wife, Catherine Patla, donated $500,000, and Laureate Education Inc. matched their $500,000 donation.
GestiónJune 29, 2014
Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC) signed an agreement for cooperation in research and technological application with Microsoft Devices.
VanguardiaJune 29, 2014
The winning team of this year’s Laureate Culinary Cup was led by Chef Salvador Morales and included students José Ramón Cota and Omar Samuel Hernández of Universidad del Valle de Mexico’s Querétaro campus.
The Tico TimesJune 28, 2014
Former U.S. President William J. Clinton (1993-2001) will visit Costa Rica next Tuesday, July 1, as part of the inauguration of a new medical research and teaching facility at the Universidad Latina in San Pedro, east of San José.
Baltimore Sun June 28, 2014
A few hundred Laureate Education employees recently helped construct a playground at Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Elementary School in Baltimore to provide a safe place to play for the students and children in the Upton/Druid Heights neighborhood.
Medi MagazinJune 24, 2014
Istanbul Bilgi University has signed an important agreement with Liv Hospital to help increase a qualified workforce for the health sector. Through this valuable partnership, second-year students in the School of Health Sciences and Health Services Vocational School will have the opportunity to intern at Liv Hospital.
FSR MagazineJune 23, 2014
Kendall College and the Center for the Advancement of Foodservice Education (CAFÉ) presented the 2014 CAFÉ/Kendall College Green Award to Miami Culinary Institute (MCI) in Miami at CAFÉ’s 10th-anniversary national Leadership Conference for foodservice educators, held in Salt Lake City.
TeinteresaJune 22, 2014
The CEO of the Real Madrid-University School, Emilio Butragueño, considered that the world of sport "has changed and requires highly trained professionals.” Butragueño participated in a special event focused on professions in sports management that took place at the Cultural Space CajaCanarias Foundation in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and was organized by the Universidad Europea de Canarias.
New York Times DealBookJune 19, 2014
“It is hard to find another country in which the government is working so hard, in cooperation with the private sector, to expand access to higher education,” said José Roberto Loureiro, president of Laureate’s Brazil operations.
Gaceta de MexicoJune 18, 2014
Founded in Mexico in late 2011, Cúrsame, a virtual learning system, is a private social network that connects teachers, students, administrators and parents from the same school. The platform was incubated at (IPN) National Polytechnic Institute and students there have seen an increase their academic performance by 30 percent. José León Rangel Reyes, from Universidad del Valle de Mexico, is the leader of the project, and part of a team that also includes Alfredo Reyes, Gabriel Velarde, Armando González and Ignacio Torres.
Papakura CourierJune 17, 2014
Virtual tools and materials are replacing picks and shovels as young techies help bring the Anzac story to life through a computer game. Students from Alfriston College are part of a year-long project with the Auckland Museum and the Media Design School to recreate 1915 Gallipoli using Minecraft, an award-winning game that allows users to create virtual worlds by placing and removing blocks.
El UniversalJune 16, 2014
Seventy percent of students believe that schools should teach real-world job skills and not just theoretical content.
El FinancieroJune 15, 2014
Employability and professional development of graduate students is what the world expects of secondary and higher education in the future.
Suzhou Industrial ParkJune 13, 2014
On the afternoon of June 12, Suzhou Industrial Park SME Service Center, Soochow University, and Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University held an entrepreneurship competition, presenting the creative projects launched by college students to experts and investors.
APN NewsJune 12, 2014
Glion Institute of Higher Education, one of the world’s top three hospitality schools, has launched multi-campus degree programs for both undergraduate and postgraduate studies. The programs allow students to study in Glion, Switzerland, and spend up to two semesters in London if they enroll in undergraduate studies or one semester if they pursue postgraduate diplomas.
UCV RadioJune 12, 2014
Students in nutrition, nursing, dentistry and medicine will strengthen the services that are currently delivered to primary care centers in the district. An important agreement between the Municipal Health Department of Quisco and major universities, including Universidad Andrés Bello and Universidad Viña del Mar, aims to enable students to do internships in existing health centers in the district. This measure will increase the number of health workers, allowing faster and more personalized attention.
El UniversalJune 11, 2014
A study by the Center for Public Opinion of the Universidad del Valle de Mexico has found that 33% of respondents agree that they consume more snacks and that 19% have increased their consumption of alcohol.
TivaratiJune 10, 2014
Stamford International University has introduced a unique Bilingual program for Bachelor degrees, the offer is aimed at gradually easing Thai students into programs delivered in English.
Fox BaltimoreJune 10, 2014
The playground was donated by Laureate International Universitiesand its Baltimore-raised CEO, Doug Becker, in honor of its 15th anniversary.
Enterprise IT NewsJune 10, 2014
The AIMS Group (AIMS) and INTI International University & Colleges (INTI) announced a joint partnership under the ‘INTI Corporate Partner’ (ICP) initiative to provide INTI students with more industry-specific programs that are crucial to prepare them for their future career and boost their employability.
BBC BrazilJune 9, 2014
A survey released Monday reveals that for Brazilian students, universities should have in the future increasing focus on preparing students to excel in the job market.
EstadaoJune 9, 2014
Deciding on a professional field is not easy, but most young people in the Metropolitan Region of São Paulo already have idea of ??what path they want to follow before they enroll in higher education, according to research by Universidade Anhembi Morumbi.
ForbesJune 9, 2014
To make sure its educational model is and will remain relevant to the students who attend its network of 74 institutions worldwide, Laureate commissioned Zogby Analytics to survey students in 21 countries who presently attend post-secondary institutions who are part of the Laureate network. Zogby engaged 20,876 students in the survey and asked a series of questions on their vision of the optimum model for their university 15 years from now and how it would best meet student needs.
The Wall Street JournalJune 8, 2014
In 15 years, college as we know it won’t disappear, but it will be profoundly different, with more on-demand classes, free online materials and significantly more employer input on what is actually taught in schools. So says a massive new survey of 20,876 undergraduate students in 21 countries, conducted by polling firm Zogby Analytics and commissioned by Laureate Education Inc.
SantaFe .com, June 5, 2014, staff)
Mayor Javier Gonzales has announced a pilot program to recruit talent to Santa Fe. For up to ten weeks this summer the City has partnered with Santa Fe University of Art and Design to provide paid internships and free housing for a group of graduating college students.
ZawyaJune 4, 2014
ALHOSN University hosted delegates from the Universidad Europea de Madrid (UEM) for a series of three lectures on architecture. The knowledge-sharing event was the first of its kind since a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the two universities in October 2013.
Diario de LeonJune 2, 2014
In Madrid, the preferred schools are the University of Alcalá, Nebrija University, the Carlos III University, the Universidad Europea, the Francisco de Vitoria University, the Technical University and the Pontifical University of Comillas.
The Star – June 2, 2014
Students Kok Kah Seng, Yoh Yi Feng, Chung Soon Zui, and Lee Joo Han could not believe their ears when they heard that they had won the grand prize in the Laureate Award For Excellence in Robotic Engineering. The team was one of ten to reach the finals in Madrid, Spain.
A Crítica-ManausJune 1, 2014
Centro Universitário do Norte (UNINORTE) has launched a youth entrepreneurship program. The program is part of Premio Laureate Brazil.
NBC Chicago, May 31, 2014
Emily Williams Knight, president of Kendall College, talks about the Oscars of the food world's big move to Chicago, and the city's international culinary scene.
SozcuMay 30, 2014
Germany's EU Affairs Minister Michael Roth visited Istanbul Bilgi University on Thursday, May 29. Roth, the Minister of Information and International Relations, was hosted by the Student Club and given a tour of the campus, accompanied by university officials.
TVI 24May 30, 2014
The former U.S. president Bill Clinton said this Thursday, in Lisbon that Portugal "did an outstanding job" to exit the financial crisis and recover to a level where economic growth is possible. At the event at Universidade Europeia, the honorary chancellor of Laureate International Universitiesstressed that the best long-term strategy for the country is focusing on education and improving the conditions for employment.
El EmpresarioMay 29, 2014
The international organization, with a presence in Mexico, released the sixth edition of the national contest, which brought together 1,000 entrepreneurs from 78 university institutions. Karen Medina, a student of International Relations at the Universidad del Valle de Mexico, Campus Lomas Verdes is ready to present her project of artisan seasoning, which they will feature at the Enactus 2014 National Competition.
Diario CorreoMay 28, 2014
Sixteen Peruvian universities are among the Top 300 in Latin America, according to this ranking, including Universidad Peruana de Ciencias.
Santa Fe ReporterMay 27, 2014
A production team has begun filming the third season of A&E’s hit crime drama Longmire at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design’s Garson Studios.
HospitalityNet, May 27, 2014, Staff)
Alan Diaz, senior vice president of Laureate International Universities recently shared his more than 30 years' experience in the global hospitality industry with students of The Private Hotel School (PHS) and members of FEDHASA during an event organized by the students as part of their events management syllabus.
Global Travel MediaMay 26, 2014
Nine students from Torrens University Australia have been selected for a life-changing opportunity to be personal assistants and shadow global leaders at Australia’s inaugural World Business Forum, taking place at The Star in Sydney (28-29 May 2014).
Peru.comMay 24, 2014
Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC) launched Sports UPC, a comprehensive program to benefit student athletes. Thanks to Sports UPC, students can successfully achieve their athletic goals and fulfill their academic challenges.
Cinco DiasMay 23, 2014
In a study by McKinsey, European companies reported the inability to fill places in several countries for not finding the right offer. Águeda Benito, rector of Universidad Europea de Madrid, recommended that universities and employers work to reduce the longstanding gap between academic and employment so students develop the skills they need to be successful.
HondudiarioMay 22, 2014
Careers in industrial and systems engineering, civil engineering and computer systems engineering at UNITEC were accredited for three years by the Central Accreditation Agency for Architecture and Engineering Programs (ACAAI).
The PioneerMay 21, 2014
Guy Bentley, of Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School (BMIHMS), tells Shalini Saksena that they have the best to offer to Indian students when it comes to theory, practical training and job opportunities in the hospitality sector globally.
Inside Higher EdMay 20, 2014
Douglas Becker, Laureate’s chairman and CEO, conducted a rare, exclusive interview with Inside Higher Ed to reflect on the company’s expansion and what comes next. He also discussed where Laureate fits in debates over accreditation and for-profit education.
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AberjeMay 16, 2014
A student group from Universidade Anhembi Morumbi came up with the best idea to solve the challenge of urban mobility in the 4th edition of the University Aberje / PUA Award.
CIO PeruMay 16, 2014
Universidad Peruana de Ciencias (UPC), along with Cosapi Data, Citrix and Dell have created, for the benefit of students and teachers, an information technology service called “Virtual Labs”. This is a virtual platform that makes it possible to remotely use software applications so that college students can access academic materials needed to optimize their education.
Hotelier Middle EastMay 15, 2014
The Glion Institute of Higher Education is offering bespoke training programs to hotels worldwide for select groups of staff, with a particular focus on the Gulf Region, North Africa and Asia Pacific.
Study MalaysiaMay 15, 2014
Students of INTI International College Penang made a brilliant debut at the inaugural Laureate Award for Excellence in Robotic Engineering by taking the top spot in the network competition that showcases innovative talent and skills.
EMOLMay 15, 2014
Constanza Palavecino is convinced that she will succeed and is making all the sacrifices necessary to reach her goal. With five years of study at the Escuela Moderna de Música, she has been accepted and is working at the started prestigious conservatory, the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Interview with the EMM alum.
La RazonrMay 14, 2014
The former rector of UNAM, Juan Ramon de la Fuente, will preside over the Academic Advisory Council of institutions in the Laureate International Universities network in Mexico (Universidad del Valle de Mexico and UNITEC), for the next three years in which he will seek to strengthen the academic offerings of these schools.
InformadorMay 13, 2014
Karla is studying a degree in Fashion Design at the Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM), Guadalajara campus. The 21-year-old joined the fashion exchange in Madrid. She and other students from Universidad Europea de Madrid (UEM) are now preparing their first exhibition for the Museum of Costume Research Center showcase.
Egitim NeredeMay 13, 2014
The Istanbul Bilgi University Debating Club organized a debating competition for high schools on May 10-11. Robert College took first place in the tournament, Galatasaray High School took second, and Kabatas High School came in third.
Le MatinMay 11, 2014
Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Christine Lagarde visited 'Université Internationale de Casablanca Friday and called for the development of jobs especially for young people, who are an essential pillar for economic growth and contribute to a prosperous and dynamic economy.
El EconomistaMay 11, 2014
Gorona Wind and Universidad Europea de Canarias have signed an agreement that will create opportunities for students to intern at the company, which is located in El Hierro.
UniversiaMay 9, 2014
With the need to establish new lines of work and establish joint efforts by stakeholders to find solutions to youth unemployment, the Universidad Europea de Madrid organized the second edition of the Youth Employment Summit - Youth & Jobs.
Trujillo InformaMay 8, 2014
Specialists in mining, business and construction, among other fields, were honored at the first meeting of the UPN Advisory committee. In order to train professionals to meet the demands of the various sectors of the country, the Universidad Privada del Norte’s advisory committee is composed of first class experts and entrepreneurs.
APA NewsMay 7, 2014
On Wednesday, Christine Lagarde, the Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), began a visit to Morocco, where she will have meetings, including with members of the government and with the director of the economic, environmental and social committee (EESC). She will also meet with representatives of civil society, Université Internationale de Casablanca students, businessmen and women politicians.
Hotel IndustryMay 7, 2014
Judy Hou, columnist and director/CEO of Glion Institute of Higher Education discusses the opportunity for women to shape the future of the burgeoning global hospitality industry.
ABCMay 7, 2014
Reaching 100 years is more than a matter of luck; genetic and environmental factors are also very important. In addition, says Alejandro Lucia, of the Universidad Europea, for people who reach the century mark, a large percentage have "avoided many of the diseases associated with aging, such as cardiovascular disease or cancer". And, he says, this exceptional 'healthy' longevity is a trait that is partly inherited. Lucia's team investigated potential genes and genetic mutations that may be associated with healthy longevity.
El Sol de San LuisMay 6, 2014
Christopher Koetke, the vice president of the Kendall College School of Culinary Arts, visited students in the bachelor of management tourism and culinary management programs at Universidad del Valle de Mexico, Campus San Luis.
El PeriodicMay 5, 2014
The Minister of Economy, Industry, Tourism and Employment, Máximo Buch, said that "163.5 million euros will be invested for the direct care of the young who are unemployed” in Valencia. The minister of economy shared this news after participating in the roundtable on youth and employment organized by the Universidad Europea de Valencia, part of the 2014 Youth & Jobs Conference, which focused on the issue of youth unemployment and possible solutions.
Peru InformaMay 4, 2014
Aware that today's professionals face an ever-changing, competitive and dynamic environment where innovation is premium, Universidad Privada del Norte (UPN) organized the event "Strategic management beyond the enterprise".
El ImparcialMay 3, 2014
A program organized by the Instituto Hermosillense de la Juventud (IHJ) and the school of dentistry of Universidad del Valle de México has brought free dental care to more than 300 youth and teens in the underserved rural areas around Hermosillo.
Santa Fe New MexicanMay 2, 2014
Live performances, interactive multimedia installations, sculpture and video installations, projected motion graphics, and more are featured during the Santa Fe University of Art and Design’s fourth annual Outdoor Vision Fest, a free self-guided program of innovative, collaborative projects by students from various university departments.
Chronicle of Higher EdMay 1, 2014
Douglas Becker, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Laureate Education, Inc., was a panelist at the British Council’s annual Going Global meeting, which attracted more than 1,000 college leaders and international educators from 70 countries.
El Siglo de TorreonMay 1, 2014
Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM) Torreón, recently hosted the first Tae Kwon Do tournament for children, youth and college students. Approximately 82 people competed in the event.
BioTechApril 30, 2014
Over 80% of Spaniards have vision problems at night, causing a loss in visual quality, preventing them from clearly seeing certain points of light. It is a disorder that stems from "a geometric fault of the normal human eye," explains Professor César Villa , director of the department of optometry at the Universidad Europea de Madrid and one of the participants in the Visual Health Week organized by the university.
CorresponsablesApril 30, 2014
Chiapas was the fourth city in the Correspondence Mexico national tour which presented the newly published Annual Correspondence Mexico 2014. The event was held at Universidad del Valle de Mexico, Tuxtla. During the event, students discussed the state of entrepreneurship in Mexico.
The Edge MalaysiaApril 28, 2014
"There is still room for growth in Malaysia’s education sector, though it will be driven by institutions that are focused and able to deliver quality," said Amit Sevak, chief executive officer (CEO) of INTI International University & Colleges and Laureate Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore.
China DailyApril 27, 2014
China and the United States have a lot to learn from each other in terms of education, former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said on Sunday. Rice made the remarks in her speech on "the importance of education" addressing dozens of students from Beijing Normal University and Hunan International Economics University.
UT San DiegoApril 28, 2014
President Gregory J. Marick of NewSchool of Architecture and Design is interviewed about its role as an educational institution of global architecture and design, its interdisciplinary offerings and international opportunities, and San Diego as an urban laboratory.
El EconomistaApril 25, 2014
Catholic Schools of Madrid (REEF EYG-CECA and Madrid) and the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports of the Universidad Europea de Madrid organized the Second National Congress of Physical Education and School Sport to be held this Friday.
Santa Fe New MexicanApril 25, 2014
“Real life is slowly disintegrating into the Internet,” Briana Ritter said. The 16-year-old New Mexico School for the Arts student joined others from both NMSA and the Santa Fe University of Art and Design for weeks of playwriting and rehearsal for the original stage production Left To Our Own Devices: Staying Connected in the Digital Age.
MilenioApril 22, 2014)
The autonomous flying device AIRPENGÜIN shocked attendees of the Minirobótica 2014 contest. The contest exemplified feats of engineering at Universidad del Valle de México.
UCV RadioApril 20, 2014
Despite having been destroyed in the fire that recently swept much of the hills of Valparaiso, the Guacolda Kindergarten in Cerro Las Cañas will open Monday morning allowing dozens of children to return to some normalcy in the midst of disaster. This is possible thanks to the quick action of the Neighborhood Board, No. 62, of the Cerro Las Cañas area and Universidad Viña del Mar.
La HoraApril 21, 2014
Chilean researchers at Universidad Andrés Bello, in conjunction with two Belgian laboratories, spent a year and a half working on creating a drug able to eliminate the effects of traumatic events.
Art and Multimedia DesignApril 16, 2014
PANDORA, the Danish jewelry brand, the expression of accessible luxury , celebrates new design talent in collaboration with Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Milano (NABA) through an innovative initiative, “Moments in Design”.
HabercinizApril 16, 2014
Education institutions in Turkey brought together for the first time managers and private universities to emphasize the importance of cooperation between education and the business world. Attendees from Istanbul Bilgi University included Rifat Saricaoglu, chairman and Dr. Atilla, vice rector. Both attended and spoke at the event.
TechDayApril 16, 2014
Auckland’s Media Design School has partnered with Sony to become the only tertiary institute in New Zealand where students can develop for PlayStation platforms.
Business DayApril 15, 2014
Cynthia Baum, president of Walden University, speaks on the use of technology to increase access to information and the role of online education in bridging learning gaps for countries like Nigeria.
Indian News and TimesApril 15, 2014
Pearl Academy, India’s premier institute for design, fashion and related business courses now has a center in one of India’s most creative cities—Mumbai. Mr. Sharad Mehra, CEO of Pearl Academy, along with Sussanne Roshan, interior designer and founder of the “Charcoal Project” announced the launch of the new campus.
El EconomistaApril 15, 2014
Universidad Europea last weekend hosted the “Call of the Future”, an innovative program to help prepare students for the university entrance examination. High school sophomores from across Spain lived for three days on the university’s campus to receive skills training.
Actualidad MexicoApril 15, 2014
During the Easter holiday period, four out of 10 Mexicans plan to visit and vacation at a domestic tourist destination, according to a study by the Center for Public Opinion at Universidad del Valle de México.
ZawyaApril 13, 2014
Laureate Hospitality Education, a global leader in hospitality education, is hosting its second education forum at Emirates Towers Hotel. During the event, they will showcase the uniqueness of the hospitality, event and sports management education offered by its four international institutions: Glion Institute of Higher Education, Les Roches International School of Hotel Management, Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School and Kendall College.
La RepublicaApril 12, 2014
Peru is the only country that will have double representation in the finals of the Indra Future Minds Competition. A team from Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru (PUCP) and a team from Universidad Peruana de Ciencias (UPC) will be traveling to Mexico to attend the finals.
Zocalo SaltilloApril 12, 2014
The Children's Rehabilitation Center Teleton (CRIT) has modern technological devices that facilitate the work of therapists in each area of the center, however, some problems associated with various disorders are still treated with old methods. Arturo Guzman, an engineering professor at the Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM) Saltillo Campus, has been working on creating a robot focused on improving the motor skills for children at CRIT.
El ComercioApril 12, 2014
Four months ago, researchers from Universidad de Las Américas began altering cells to better understand the development of breast cancer.
BizCommunity.comApril 22, 2014
International studies honours student, Thembile Ndlovu, was selected by Laureate Education to attend the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) conference, which took place in March 2014 in Phoenix, Arizona. Ndlovu was chosen because of her record of academic excellence and involvement in a community initiative.
Peru is the only country that will be represented by two teams in the finals of the Indra Future Minds Competition. A team from Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru (PUCP) and a team from Universidad Peruana de Ciencias (UPC) will be traveling to Mexico to attend the finals.
Arturo Guzman, an engineering professor at the Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM) Saltillo campus, has been working on creating a robot focused on improving the motor skills for children at Children's Rehabilitation Center Teleton (CRIT).
XEUApril 9, 2014
Students of tourism, hospitality and gastronomy degree programs at the Universidad del Valle de Mexico, Veracruz campus, attended an event featuring international chef Chris Koetke from Kendall College.
Tele MadridApril 8, 2014
The school of arts and communication at the Universidad Europea has signed a collaboration agreement with the Victor Ullate School of Dance to work together in the education of his dance students.
Trujillo InformaApril 8, 2014
The agreement between HEC Montreal and Universidad Privada del Norte (UPN) will allow teachers to be trained in case study methodology.
NZ GamerApril 7, 2014
Pick & Shovel, a Minecraft community hosted by Auckland-based Media Design School, is teaming up with Auckland Museum to recreate significant locations from New Zealand's World War 1 history in Minecraft.
El Universal QueretaroApril 6, 2014
Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM), Campus Querétaro, hosted the 2014 Laureate International Fair to share study abroad options with the student community offered by educational institutions that are part of the Laureate International Universities network.
Emirates 24/7 (UAE)April 4, 2014
Dr. Freda Turner, program director for the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program at Walden University, discusses how the role of corporate boards in the UAE has evolved to welcome a new class of executives.
Equipos y TalentoApril 3, 2014
A commentary piece by Itxaso Larrañaga, Vice President of Human Resources at Universidad Europea.
Chef at LargeApril 2, 2014
Chef Christopher Koetke, Vice President of Kendall College School of Culinary Arts in Chicago, demonstrated his technique and passion for his art during a masterclass he delivered in Mumbai, India.
HondudiarioApril 1, 2014
UNITEC created a certified graphic design and art direction degree program, with an international certificate in product design and interiors, in partnership with NABA.
Via Ashoka MexicoMarch 31, 2014
This article in Forbes Mexico profiles young entrepreneurs, including Dina Buchbinder, a Laureate Global Fellow and winner of the 2009 Universidad del Valle de México award for social development.
Business Review AustraliaMarch 31, 2014
Professor Fred McDougall, vice-chancellor and president of Australia’s 40th comprehensive university, Torrens University Australia, which is also a part of the Laureate International Universities network, discusses the importance of upskilling for the post-recovery job market.
El DictamenMarch 29, 2014
Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM) and UVR signed a cooperation agreement with the state bar of Veracruz to provide young students with professional experience through internships.
El Periodico de PublicidadMarch 28, 2014
The second edition of Cannes Lions Day is an initiative of Grupo Consultores and Universidad Europea aimed at sharing and celebrating the best creative campaigns in Spain.
NoticiasMarch 27, 2014
Digital advertising has been part of the conversation during the “Twentieth Edition of the Week of Communication” organized by the faculty of arts and communication at the Universidad Europea de Madrid at the Villaviciosa campus. Michael Christopher, the director of the digital project, “Man with Two Brains”, and Jose Ortega, the social media creative director of Way to Blue, have exposed students to case studies of different campaigns, including the recent campaign “Save the UK Children” video which has gone viral.
Noticias de QueretaroMarch 26, 2014
The Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM), Queretaro campus supports six young people with intellectual disabilities and helps them to develop functional academic, social and work skills to join the community and live a productive life. The school said that the "Contigo at UVM" program integrates young people with intellectual disabilities into college and provides those even without degrees, with a college experience.
Chicago Business JournalMarch 25, 2014
Choose Chicago and Mayor Rahm Emanuel need the upcoming United States Travel Association's 2014 IPW to be a big hit. To help ensure proper etiquette is employed, Choose Chicago has enlisted the help of Kendall College, which is being billed as an "official training partner" for the upcoming 2014 IPW confab running April 5 through 9 at McCormick Place.
Las ProvinciasMarch 25, 2014
Students of Universidad Tecnológica de México developed a system that uses rainfall to recharge batteries connected to LED bulbs This method has already been tested in some houses in Iztapalapa, one of the poorest districts of the capital.
Campaign BriefMarch 24, 2014
Two weeks after winning the Student Axis, the class of 2013 continues to make Media Design School proud. On Friday, Ellie Jones and Avani Maan, received the news that they'd won a student Young Guns Gold. Not only that, Jones and Maan who are currently interning at Barnes Catmur & Friends, also found out that their idea for Getty, The Living Photograph Series, was one of only two Golds awarded to ad students worldwide.
Fashion MagazineMarch 24, 2014
Lectra continues partnerships with major fashion schools in the worlds. The Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti (NABA) has signed a “privilege partnership” with the multinational company specializing in technology solutions for the textile products.
Famagusta GazetteMarch 20, 2014
Ensuring that young Cypriots have the skills employers are looking for is vital if the country is to reduce its youth unemployment rate, which has increased from 9% in 2008 to more than 40% today among under 25s. The need to address the 'skills mismatch' will be the focus of a speech by Androulla Vassiliou, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth, at the European University Cyprus Forum on Youth and Employment tomorrow (21 March).
La Nouvelle T March 20, 2014
As part of their extra-curricular activities, students of the Université Internationale de Casablanca (UIC) (2 students project managers and 55 student organizers) led an educational day for the benefit of more than 150 children from SOS Villages between the ages of 4 and 13.
El Sol de MexicoMarch 19, 2014
Chiapas governor, Manuel Velasco Coello, gave the "State Merit for Recognition of Research" award to Professor Nein Farrera Vázquez, a research leader at Universidad del Valle de Mexico campus Tuxtla, in the category of technological development and innovation.
GestionMarch 18, 2014
Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas created "StartUPC", a center that focuses on the development and sustainability of startups and helps to accelerate these ventures.
Ulasim OnlineMarch 18, 2014
On March 17, at Istanbul Bilgi University, students in Club Pantheon organized the "Internet Law and its Effects" panel to discuss the content of the new internet laws.
BackstageMarch 14, 2014
Amid the mountains, clean air, history, and green chili of Santa Fe, N.M., is a small yet powerful film school that’s taking things to the next level in terms of community and skill. The Film School at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design is a mecca of opportunity for its students and staff. With a professional filmmaking studio in the same building, several businesses on campus, established filmmakers teaching an evolving curriculum, and the opportunity to be awarded a scholarship by Robert Redford, the school is overflowing with career possibilities for students.
Diario de YucatanMarch 14, 2014
Mano Especiales received the 2013 UVM Award for Social Development for his work in training and integrating people with disabilities for jobs in a bakery.
Dwell on DesignMarch 12, 2014
Quartyard is the first project by RAD Lab, which stands for research, architecture, development laboratory, and is led by NewSchool of Architecture and Design graduates.
Equipos y TalentoMarch 12, 2014
The renowned jurist Antonio Garrigues Walker opened the week of Social Sciences at the Universidad Europea, or SOC SUMMIT 2014, that brings together business professionals in law, banking, international relations, politics, education and human resources, to discuss key topics such as youth employability, criminology, the European elections and the right to privacy on the Internet.
EmprendeMarch 11, 2014
In February 2014, Hot.es, a mobile phone application that allows booking last minute hotels, offset 2,000 tons of carbon footprint. The company was co-founded by entrepreneur and Les Roches Marbella graduate, Adelaide Muriel.
Hospitality NetMarch 11, 2014
Glion Institute of Higher Education, one of the world’s top three institutions of higher education for an international career in hospitality management, has appointed Judy Hou as Directeur General/CEO to manage Glion-branded institutions in Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
Portal MineroMarch 11, 2014
Chilean Heart is the first Chilean robotics team participating in the FRC (FIRST Robotics Competition), from the world's largest educational robotics teams. Composed of more than 30 students from all over the country, the team was founded in late 2007 by a group of students from Universidad Andrés Bello, who, led by José Ignacio Fernández, sought to create the first Chilean team to participate in the FRC.
El InformanteMarch 10, 2014
Students from Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas and the Catholic University of Peru will participate in the fourth edition of the international university competition, Indra Future Mind, a contest in which student teams compete to earn a place in the finals, held in Mexico.
PanoramacajamarquinoMarch 7, 2014
More than 500 villagers in Polloc, in the district of La Encañada, have a new market square and sports complex. These infrastructure ideas were created by students at Universidad Privada del Norte who are committed to generating more opportunities for economic and social development in communities of Cajamarca.
AZZTVMarch 5, 2014
Dr. Milton Chen, senior fellow and executive director emeritus at the George Lucas Educational Foundation (GLEF), will speak to more than 400 doctoral students at Walden University's academic residency on March 8, 2014, at the Gaylord National Resort, National Harbor, Md. GLEF is a nonprofit foundation in the San Francisco Bay Area that utilizes its award-winning website, Edutopia.org, and documentary films to communicate a new vision for 21st-century schools.
Dinero en ImagenFebruary 27, 2014
Universidad Tecnológica de México (Unitec) awarded the Prize for Technological Innovation for Social Development, which recognizes entrepreneurs who use technology to benefit society, in association with the YouthActionNet network. First place was awarded to the project Pluvia, an initiative by a group of architects that recovers rainwater in Mexico City for secondary use in the home, as well as using it to generate energy and produce crops at home.
IntoFebruary 27, 2014
Economics students from Aalto University won the International Rubicon Contest competition in Germany. The competition was held in the Business and Information Technology School, in Iserlohn. Competition is tough, and was attended by a total of about 100 students from all over the world.
La PrensaFebruary 25, 2014
A new range of high quality educational opportunities, combined with the most modern campus infrastructure in Honduras, is what Universidad Tecnológica Centroamericana (Unitec) provides to its students. This higher education institution began operations on January 15 in its new facilities in the Altia Business Park, which is located in the city of San Pedro Sula.
BroadsheetFebruary 25, 2014
Although they haven’t been in Melbourne long, Italian duo Erika Zorzi and Matteo Sangalli are certainly making their mark. The pair, originally from Milan, came together in 2010 to form Mathery, a multidisciplinary design studio focused on creative communication and expression through materials. Zorzi and Sangalli met while studying at the Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti (NABA), in Milan. The university offers a range of classes spanning multiple areas, including product design, multimedia arts and graphic design.
3er SectorFebruary 25, 2014
Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM) and IBM signed an academic collaboration agreement for the benefit of the university community. Dr. Bernardo Gonzalez-Arechiga Wiella Ramirez, rector of UVM, and Salvador Martínez Vidal, president and general manager of IBM Mexico, signed the agreement.
Study MalaysiaFebruary 24, 2014
INTI International College Penang achieved 98.5% pass rate in the 2013 New South Wales Higher School Certificate (NSW HSC) exam. 36.7 percent achieved an ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) of 80.00 and above which placed them among the top 20 percent of high achievers worldwide.
Las ProvinciasFebruary 24, 2014
Universidad Europea de Valencia, part of the Laureate group, plans to open five new programs, including three master’s programs, that will help expand access to quality higher education in the region.
Deccan HeraldFebruary 24, 2014
Chef Christopher Koetke, vice-president of the prestigious Kendall College School of Culinary Arts, views the ‘chef’ before his name as a doctor views ‘Dr’ or ‘PhD’. His achievements are truly more than most chefs can brag about. He spoke to Metrolife about his multi-flavored tryst with food during his visit to the ITC Windsor.
Hotelier Middle EastFebruary 21, 2014
Glion, Blue Mountains, Les Roches, Kendall, Les Roches Marbella, and Les Roches Jin Jiang all made the top 30 list.
La Voz de la FronteraFebruary 21, 2014
Nearly 100 people, including students from the Hospitality and Food Division, academics, businessmen and other personalities from Mexicali society, attended "Beer from A to Z" by Mr. Javier Sanchez Valenzuela, held yesterday at the Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM), Mexicali campus.
El HeraldoFebruary 19, 2014
The Secretary of Labor and Social Security of the State Government, Fidel Pérez Romero, and the rector of the Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM), Fernando Letayf Pesqueira, signed a collaboration agreement in which the law students of this school will do internships in the state agency, while public servants have scholarships.
Palmarés 2014 Le PointFebruary 18, 2014
LePoint has published its well-regarded, annual ranking of French Grandes Ecoles of Business, the Palmares 2014. In this ranking, École Supérieure du Commerce Extérieur (ESCE) moved up to No. 20 overall among all 5-year Grandes Ecoles of Business delivering the grade of Master and is among the highest ranked post-Bac schools in the list. Additionally, European Business School (EBS), which joined Laureate International Universities in 2013, was ranked No. 28 overall among all French Grandes Ecoles of Business.
Fashion UnitedFebruary 18, 2014
First prize at the annual Amity School of Fashion Technology (ASFT) fashion show was awarded to Pearl Academy (Delhi), while JD Institute of Fashion Technology received the second prize.
Clean TechnicaFebruary 14, 2014
The US Department of Energy has just announced the student teams and the location for the Solar Decathlon 2015. Universidad Tecnológica Centroamericana is one of the winning universities.
TeinteresaFebruary 11, 2014
Carlos Diez de la Lastra has been appointed director general of Les Roches Marbella, replacing Maria Teresa Gozalo, who held the position since 1995.
The HinduFebruary 9, 2014
Neha Duhoon, a student at Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School, talks about her hospitality management experience.
The Brunei TimesFebruary 8, 2014
Two reputable Swiss education institutions held an exhibition to promote their hospitality and tourism courses to Bruneian students yesterday. The Les Roches International School of Hotel Management and Glion Institute of Higher Education participated in the first hospitality education fair at Laksamana Business College (LCB).
E-Global Travel MediaFebruary 6, 2014
International advocates for women’s empowerment in the travel industry will gather in Singapore on March 7, 2014 for the inaugural "Women In Hospitality and Tourism in Asia" Conference, organized by Diageo, the world’s leading premium drinks company. Three leaders from Laureate Hospitality Education (LHE) — Judy Hou, CEO, Glion Institute of Higher Education, Emily Williams Knight, President, Kendall College and Sonia Tatar, Director General/CEO, Les Roches Worldwide — will form a panel on higher education in the hospitality sector.
Que Pasa MineriaFebruary 5, 2014
The "First Latin American University Students - 2014 ELEEX" event was sponsored by the School of Earth Sciences at Universidad Andrés Bello.
Trujillo InformaFebruary 5, 2014
A shortage of professionals managing catering enterprises prevents the potential of our region and growth in the sector. It requires trained personnel who are familiar with cooking techniques and administration. Universidad Privada del Norte (UPN) announced a new degree program in Gastronomy and Restaurant Management to help address these needs.
Mundo Acuicola PesqueroFebruary 5, 2014
The national salmon industry has recently faced an emergence of pathogens that are causing significant damage and leading to declines in production. To address this situation, a project funded by the Foundation for Agrarian Innovation (FIA) and executed by Universidad Andrés Bello, will seek to implement a national basis for the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of bacterial diseases.
Entre RayasJanuary 31, 2014
Universidad Europea hosted “Proyección de la Ingeniería Española en el Mundo” yesterday with a panel of experts to study the role of Spanish engineering internationally. The meeting was moderated by Salvador Heras, Advisor to the Cabinet of the Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport and Housing in the Ministry of Public Works, and Advisor to Universidad Europea’s Polytechnic School and was attended by representatives from leading companies and universities.
Greek ReporterJanuary 31, 2014
A conference on “Legal Entities of Non-Muslims: Problems and Rights” was organized by Istanbul Bilgi University in Istanbul to discuss legal issues that concern non-Islamic communities in Turkey. The conference was attended by many lawyers, politicians and journalists, as well as representatives of Turkey’s Christian minorities.
Madrid PressJanuary 30, 2014
MADRID +100 project is a joint research initiative between the Ministry of Social Affairs, the CIEN Foundation and Universidad Europea to study centenarians.
IdealogJanuary 30, 2014
Games created during last weekend's Media Design School Global Game Jam will be on show in the Semi-Permanent Research Lab in February and March.
UniversiaJanuary 29, 2014
The Harvard National Model United Nations (HNMUN) is the largest, oldest and most prestigious conference of its kind worldwide that brings together over 3,000 students from all over the world, simulating the activities of the UN in the same way that a formal meeting would, with the discussion of political, social, economic, cultural and humanitarian problems. A delegation of 17 students from different degree programs and three undergraduate professors from the faculty of business at UPC will participate in the 60th edition of HNMUN 2014.
Bio Bio ChileJanuary 29, 2014
Marcelo Mena, director of the center for sustainability at Universidad Andrés Bello was named assistant secretary for the environment. Javiera Montes Cruz, a Domus Academy alum, was named undersecretary of tourism.
HondudiarioJanuary 28, 2014
To continue promoting the development of research in the university community, the university called on students and teachers to participate in the "UNITEC/CEUTEC 2013 Research Competition".
El HeraldoJanuary 27, 2014
Young people receive a lot of information about bullying, but are not willing to change their behavior, according to a study by the Center for Public Opinion at the Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM).
Pura NoticiaJanuary 24, 2014
Supporting medical work and strengthening partnerships are part of the objectives of the joint work plan between the Children's Hospital of Viña del Mar and the School of Medicine at University Andrés Bello. Aware of the importance and high costs of medical equipment, UNAB has donated the cardiopulmonary equipment to support the care of children at the hospital.
La RepublicaJanuary 23, 2014
The Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, the Universidad Cayetano Heredia and the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, stand out among the best universities in the country during 2013, according to the latest rankings released by the magazine América Economía. Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas made the top 10 list, ranked ninth overall.
HaberlerJanuary 22, 2014
On January 21, Sheryl Sandberg, the Chief Operating Officer of Facebook and the author of the book “Lean In”, visited Istanbul Bilgi University to speak to students.
Mujer HoyJanuary 21, 2014
A team of researchers from the Center of Excellence for Research in Physical Education and Sport at the Universidad Europea de Madrid, led by Professor of Exercise Physiology, Alejandro Lucia, has conducted a scientific review that reveals that regular exercise has benefits at the preventive level and is an effective treatment in patients with cardiovascular disease.
RotativoJanuary 18, 2014
Starting in the August / September 2014, Universidad del Valle de Mexico (UVM) will offer a new undergraduate degree program in biomedical engineering.
Compromiso RSEJanuary 17, 2014
Universidad Europea, in collaboration with the International Youth Foundation and Sylvan / Laureate Foundation, annually organizes the Young Social Entrepreneurs Awards. This initiative supports young social entrepreneurs from throughout Spain, ages 18 to 29, who have founded or co-founded organizations that seek to promote social transformation based on equity, social justice or environmental protection.
La ProvinciaJanuary 16, 2014
Dr. Isabel Fernandez took up her post as Rector and Director General of the Universidad Europea de Canarias.
El Programa de la PublicidadJanuary 16, 2014
The head of digital communications from the European Commission, Maria Eugenia de la Rosa, participated Wednesday in a conference on the online reputation of institutions in the European Union, organized by Universidad Europea, in partnership with Wolters Kluwer Education, at the headquarters of the European Parliament in Madrid.
UniversiaJanuary 16, 2014
On Monday January 13, Universidad Peruana de Ciencias (UPC) received at their Campus Monterrico, the Certificate of Approval of the Integrated Management System of Academic Quality (SICA), by the renowned English Certificate Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance (LRQA).
TerraJanuary 15, 2014
Universidad Andrés Bello (UNAB) has opened the personal library of poet Gonzalo Rojas, the Chilean National Prize for Literature, which will bear the name of poet and will be available to the public.
UniversiaJanuary 15, 2014
A group of students graduating from the undergraduate degree program in nutrition at Universidad del Valle de Mexico’s Chapultepec Campus developed a jam that is sweetened with agave nectar to support the prevention of and combat diabetes and obesity, health issues alarmingly increasing in Mexico today.
Santa FeJanuary 15, 2014
New Mexico Film Office Director Nick Maniatis announced today that the third season of the hit A&E drama series Longmire, produced by The Shepard/Robin Company in association with Warner Horizon Television, will be produced in the state. Production will begin in spring 2014 in and around Santa Fe and at Garson Studios at Santa Fe University of Art and Design.
SpiegelJanuary 14, 2014
Profile on Christina Hansen, a graduate of the Business and Information Technology School, who gave away a five-figure sum of her inheritance to a non-profit.
InformadorJanuary 13, 2014
The first students from Universidad del Valle de México’s Campus Zapopan have completed their program in medicine and are beginning their professional residencies in some of the leading medical establishments in the region.
EcoticiasJanuary 13, 2014
Dr. Francisco Fernandoy from University Andrés Bello (UNAB) travelled with a group of scientists to the Antarctic to study climate change.
UniversaJanuary 13, 2014
A team of 17 students and 2 professors will represent the Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC) in the 2014 Harvard National Model United Nations (HNMUN) in Boston, MA from February 13 to February 16.
Em.com.brJanuary 11, 2014
Brought to Universidade Anhembi Morumbi by the Laureate Network in 2008, the technique allows professors to provide students with direct hands on expertise in nursing, pharmacy, physiotherapy, nursing, psychology, veterinary medicine, among other health sciences, without the use of cadavers.
GlobediaJanuary 10, 2014
According to new research, genetic factors have a direct impact on the effectiveness of smoking cessation treatments. This study is the first of its kind in Spain and was been carried out by a team of researchers from the Center of Excellence for Research in Health and Life Sciences at the Universidad Europea led by Felix Gomez.
La Gazzetta del MezzogiornoJanuary 8, 2014
From the web to the chair: Scott Schuman, photographer and creator of the popular 'street fashion' blog The Sartorialist, will work with Domus Academy in Milan as a 'visual mentor' at the fashion school.
La CrónicaJanuary 7, 2014
After spending too much during the holidays, January can be a tough month for many. According to a recent report from Universidad del Valle de México’s Center for Public Opinion, this issue is more problematic for those that don’t budget or build up adequate savings.
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