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  1. Wentworth Institute of Higher Education We offer quality undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in Business, Professional Accounting, and Interactive Media. At Wentworth Institute, Our Bachelor's and Master's degrees are fully accredited by Australia's independent national regulator for higher Education – The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). This means that Wentworth Institute is responsible for maintaining compliance with the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency Act 2011- Higher Education Standards Framework (Threshold Standards) 2015. Our courses are recognized under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), with our Diplomas at AQF Level 5, Bachelor Degrees at AQF Level 7, our graduate certificates, and graduate diplomas at AQF level 8, and our master degrees at Level 9. Wentworth Institute is responsible for the issuance of AQF certification documentation. Our Bachelor of Accounting degree is fully accredited and recognized by CPA Australia and the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. Wentworth Institute is approved to offer courses to International Students. Therefore, it is obligated and responsible for adhering to the National Code and the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act. To achieve the status of a high-quality tertiary education provider in Australia for students who aspire to an entrepreneurial approach to life and business by developing knowledge and skills through business and digital media programs of study. The following mission and goals have been developed to provide an overall framework to guide the Institute in its planning, strategic objectives, and operational outcomes. These goals have been developed within the context of the goals of Australian higher education. Through the provision of industry-relevant, innovative, quality higher education courses, Wentworth Institute aims to address the learning needs of committed students and, in turn, the businesses and industries' future needs to contribute their values, skills, and knowledge.
  2. The Higher Institute of Paços de Brandão (ISPAB) is a private higher educational institution legally recognized by the Ministry of Education through the Ordinance No. 1119/91 of 29 October, nº1236 / 93 of December 2, and No. 457-A / 98 of 29 July. Established by the Association for Education and Development of Brandão Hall (FEDESPAB) nonprofit, the ISPAB develops its educational activities and scientific knowledge in the fields of management sciences and management, communication and engineering, and technology. Founded in 1990, the ISPAB is a value-recognized institution, an important agent of progress in the region where it is located, the local authority, and the community it belongs to. Assuming as a dynamic and versatile educational establishment that focuses on rigor and teaching quality in specific and key areas for the development of the region in which it operates, offering a variety of training prospects through various initial training courses and of taught postgraduate courses, the ISPAB favors a versatile and multifaceted training resulting from the consecration of multidisciplinary curricula and the adoption of theoretical and practical teaching model, able to equip graduates for multiple skills, enabling them to respond to an extensive range of career opportunities. All courses taught in ISPAB are especially geared to the labor market and lead to the formation of multi-purpose and specialized technicians. The ISPAB granting primacy to "learn to know," the "know-how" and "how to be" a perspective of respect, promotion, and development of the human person. Providing a space for learning, the ISPAB is much more than just a school. It is a community dynamic organism that is integrated and the region to which it belongs. It is a privileged partner of companies and other organizations with which it cooperates in several projects. It is also a place able to provide new and enriching experiences, offering a convivial atmosphere and joy. It is finally an institution promoting the spirit of citizenship and the development of the personality. Constitute statutory objectives of ISPAB: Promote and develop education, research, and culture Deliver higher education and granting academic titles and degrees on terms that are or will be authorized by the Ministry of Education Provide training courses, specialization and improvement, although not confer an academic degree Organize conferences, seminars, and other scientific and pedagogical activities Organize and develop community service providing activities within the given scientific fields and a mutual appreciation perspective Promoting training Organize or cooperate in educational outreach activities, cultural and technical Promote and foster contacts to educational, technical, scientific, and cultural cooperation with national and international institutions Promote actions to develop scientific research within their areas of training and other deemed of interest Collaborate with public or private entities, particularly in the context of regional development. The ISPAB has a rational and flexible organizational structure to enable the adjustments counted advisable to normal and more effective functioning of the institution. The ISPAB respects the principle of independence of the organs of scientific or educational nature and the bodies of an administrative or financial nature and ensures the participation of teachers, students, technical staff, research, administrative and assist in its management. The founding body of ISPAB is the Education Association and Development Paços de Brandão - FEDESPAB, legal person governed by a private non-profit organization that takes responsibility for the administrative, economic and financial management of ISPAB and ensures support for the feasibility of projects, programs, and activities that improve the functioning of ISPAB and effective realization of the objectives for its creation. View full university
  3. The Higher Institute of Paços de Brandão (ISPAB) is a private higher educational institution legally recognized by the Ministry of Education through the Ordinance No. 1119/91 of 29 October, nº1236 / 93 of December 2, and No. 457-A / 98 of 29 July. Established by the Association for Education and Development of Brandão Hall (FEDESPAB) nonprofit, the ISPAB develops its educational activities and scientific knowledge in the fields of management sciences and management, communication and engineering, and technology. Founded in 1990, the ISPAB is a value-recognized institution, an important agent of progress in the region where it is located, the local authority, and the community it belongs to. Assuming as a dynamic and versatile educational establishment that focuses on rigor and teaching quality in specific and key areas for the development of the region in which it operates, offering a variety of training prospects through various initial training courses and of taught postgraduate courses, the ISPAB favors a versatile and multifaceted training resulting from the consecration of multidisciplinary curricula and the adoption of theoretical and practical teaching model, able to equip graduates for multiple skills, enabling them to respond to an extensive range of career opportunities. All courses taught in ISPAB are especially geared to the labor market and lead to the formation of multi-purpose and specialized technicians. The ISPAB granting primacy to "learn to know," the "know-how" and "how to be" a perspective of respect, promotion, and development of the human person. Providing a space for learning, the ISPAB is much more than just a school. It is a community dynamic organism that is integrated and the region to which it belongs. It is a privileged partner of companies and other organizations with which it cooperates in several projects. It is also a place able to provide new and enriching experiences, offering a convivial atmosphere and joy. It is finally an institution promoting the spirit of citizenship and the development of the personality. Constitute statutory objectives of ISPAB: Promote and develop education, research, and culture Deliver higher education and granting academic titles and degrees on terms that are or will be authorized by the Ministry of Education Provide training courses, specialization and improvement, although not confer an academic degree Organize conferences, seminars, and other scientific and pedagogical activities Organize and develop community service providing activities within the given scientific fields and a mutual appreciation perspective Promoting training Organize or cooperate in educational outreach activities, cultural and technical Promote and foster contacts to educational, technical, scientific, and cultural cooperation with national and international institutions Promote actions to develop scientific research within their areas of training and other deemed of interest Collaborate with public or private entities, particularly in the context of regional development. The ISPAB has a rational and flexible organizational structure to enable the adjustments counted advisable to normal and more effective functioning of the institution. The ISPAB respects the principle of independence of the organs of scientific or educational nature and the bodies of an administrative or financial nature and ensures the participation of teachers, students, technical staff, research, administrative and assist in its management. The founding body of ISPAB is the Education Association and Development Paços de Brandão - FEDESPAB, legal person governed by a private non-profit organization that takes responsibility for the administrative, economic and financial management of ISPAB and ensures support for the feasibility of projects, programs, and activities that improve the functioning of ISPAB and effective realization of the objectives for its creation.
  4. It is with great pleasure that we welcome you ISAG. ISAG should be seen as a private School of Higher Education, dedicated to teaching, promoting, and developing Management Sciences, Tourism, and Hospitality, in the northern region of Portugal, and recognized as one of the most prestigious, qualified, and enterprising in the country, and at a European level, with a strong and lasting relationship of trust with the scholastic and business communities and official entities, resulting from the high standards of satisfaction provided and by the social responsibility demonstrated. In particular, ISAG should be seen as a reference point in terms of private schools in the North of Portugal, offering a service of high value to the student. In this regard, it will offer its students integrated training services that will be of the highest value to them, to earn and keep their respect and loyalty. ISAG Instituto Superior de Administracao e Gestao (Higher Education Institute of Administration and Management) is a private polytechnic institute of higher education, founded in October 1979 by ESE - Ensino Superior Empresarial, Lda., and recognized by the Ministry of Education (11th of December). To reinforce its positioning within the framework of Portuguese's higher education institutions, it began a merger process in November 2000 (the 1st stage of which included the merger of the founding entities ESE/ENFOC, in June 2005), that was completed in 2006 through the merger of ISAG - Instituto Superior de Administracao e Gestao and ISAI - Instituto Superior de Assistentes e Interpretes into a single institute of higher education, under the name of ISAG - Instituto Superior de Administracao e Gestao - (2nd Series), 13th March, of the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology. Our main objective is to provide technical and cultural education and training in Management Sciences, Tourism, Hospitality, and Applied Languages in the northern region of Portugal, through a teaching philosophy and practice that prepares students to perform highly qualified professional activities. Bearing this in mind, we pay continuous attention to the needs of Portuguese society and economy, especially in regards to European integration and market globalization. For coordination and dynamics of the educational activity, the curricular units taught in ISAGs courses are grouped by scientific areas defined by the Technical and Scientific Council. The educational activities of each course will be coordinated and supervised by a Course Director, who will have a term of two years, with effective functions at the end of the academic year in question (August 31). Accounting, Law, Economics, Translation Studies, Finance, Management, History, Hospitality Informatics, Modern Languages, Marketing, Mathematics, Portuguese Language, Psychology, Tourism. The Erasmus program is a subprogram of the Program of Lifelong Learning, which began on January 1, 2007, and ends on December 31, 2013. It aims to support the creation of a European Higher Education and strengthen the contribution of higher education and advanced vocational education in the innovation process at the European level. View full university
  5. It is with great pleasure that we welcome you ISAG. ISAG should be seen as a private School of Higher Education, dedicated to teaching, promoting, and developing Management Sciences, Tourism, and Hospitality, in the northern region of Portugal, and recognized as one of the most prestigious, qualified, and enterprising in the country, and at a European level, with a strong and lasting relationship of trust with the scholastic and business communities and official entities, resulting from the high standards of satisfaction provided and by the social responsibility demonstrated. In particular, ISAG should be seen as a reference point in terms of private schools in the North of Portugal, offering a service of high value to the student. In this regard, it will offer its students integrated training services that will be of the highest value to them, to earn and keep their respect and loyalty. ISAG Instituto Superior de Administracao e Gestao (Higher Education Institute of Administration and Management) is a private polytechnic institute of higher education, founded in October 1979 by ESE - Ensino Superior Empresarial, Lda., and recognized by the Ministry of Education (11th of December). To reinforce its positioning within the framework of Portuguese's higher education institutions, it began a merger process in November 2000 (the 1st stage of which included the merger of the founding entities ESE/ENFOC, in June 2005), that was completed in 2006 through the merger of ISAG - Instituto Superior de Administracao e Gestao and ISAI - Instituto Superior de Assistentes e Interpretes into a single institute of higher education, under the name of ISAG - Instituto Superior de Administracao e Gestao - (2nd Series), 13th March, of the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology. Our main objective is to provide technical and cultural education and training in Management Sciences, Tourism, Hospitality, and Applied Languages in the northern region of Portugal, through a teaching philosophy and practice that prepares students to perform highly qualified professional activities. Bearing this in mind, we pay continuous attention to the needs of Portuguese society and economy, especially in regards to European integration and market globalization. For coordination and dynamics of the educational activity, the curricular units taught in ISAGs courses are grouped by scientific areas defined by the Technical and Scientific Council. The educational activities of each course will be coordinated and supervised by a Course Director, who will have a term of two years, with effective functions at the end of the academic year in question (August 31). Accounting, Law, Economics, Translation Studies, Finance, Management, History, Hospitality Informatics, Modern Languages, Marketing, Mathematics, Portuguese Language, Psychology, Tourism. The Erasmus program is a subprogram of the Program of Lifelong Learning, which began on January 1, 2007, and ends on December 31, 2013. It aims to support the creation of a European Higher Education and strengthen the contribution of higher education and advanced vocational education in the innovation process at the European level.
  6. The Nursing School St. Joseph of Cluny was founded in 1940 by Mother Pedro Tavares, Nurse Hospital Pasteur of Paris, at the request of a group of Madeira, with good intellectual training, moral and social. Initially, the course had a duration of one year. On 13 October 1948, the ESESJC is recognized by the Order of the State Social Welfare Secretary. It was legalized under the Regulation of Nursing Schools, approved on 28 August 1952. This institution was endowed with pedagogical and technical autonomy, since its origin, and its direction and teaching of responsibility to the Sisters of St. Joseph of Cluny, with the collaboration of nurses and other health technicians. With the integration of Nursing Education at the Polytechnic Higher Education, the school was renamed the Nursing School of St. Joseph of Cluny. Currently, it has a legal personality and enjoys scientific, pedagogic, cultural, disciplinary, administrative, and financial, with respect for the basic principles and rules of the National System of Higher Education contained in the Act. It is an institution whose mission is to train professionals to such a high responsibility as being a nurse. Gives priority to human formation together with the scientific and technical and has stated, first, the learning opportunities and rigor printed the same, towards the development of skills related to the nursing profession and who, we are sure, are bearing its graduates. As a training institution adept people to take care of people, has dedicated special attention to socio-cultural changes in general and the amendment of the reference models, whether the nursing profession or teaching, valuing a close relationship and less formal teacher/student, but without devaluing the values of discipline and respect for the social roles of teachers, students or employees. The progressive introduction of active methods of teaching and learning, in which students take on the role of subjects and agents of their learning, was an important milestone with the adaptation of the Plan of Nursing Degree Course studies the philosophy of the Bologna Process, corresponding to 240 acts. Simultaneously it has adopted the Nursing College of St. Joseph of Cluny an exemplary laboratory - for the development of technical expertise - and another new technology, promoter of the development of research skills and access to the latest scientific evidence, recognized by teachers and students as a great asset. Through the school site, All this philosophy and allocation of resources has increased momentum in translated academic life, and scientific aspects, promotion of conferences, seminars, workshops, study visits, and clinical placements outside the region, with the most inherent strengths. The Student Association, the Tuna, participation in solidarity or health promotion campaigns, and other events, have contributed to the human development and citizenship of our students. The Nursing School of St. Joseph of Cluny, the quality of their education and training, has managed to achieve over the years the social recognition and prestige that much honor and dignify. Recognizes the excellence of nurses who passed through and consequently the Nursing and Health Regional, National, and International. They are proof of the feedback obtained from the employers of its graduates at regional, national, and international levels and other higher education institutions that receive our former students in post-graduate courses as well as the results of external evaluations carried out by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. From its foundation to the present time, the Nursing College of St. Joseph of Cluny has trained over 3000 professionals in Nursing. The first five decades were devoted to the teaching of basic training, and the years diversified its training offer by conducting specialization courses and graduate programs, seeking to match the population of nursing care needs. It is the commitment of the entire Academic Community - management bodies, teachers, administrative, assistants, and students - that the institution born remains high and continues its evolution long time. It is with the past and the present that the future is built. The Nursing School of St. Joseph of Cluny, founded on the values that have led states to the society it serves, will continue to make every effort so that, as part of its sphere of action, the nursing care rendered to the population of RAM correspond to your expectations and needs as well as the quality standards recommended by the Order of Nurses. View full university
  7. The Nursing School St. Joseph of Cluny was founded in 1940 by Mother Pedro Tavares, Nurse Hospital Pasteur of Paris, at the request of a group of Madeira, with good intellectual training, moral and social. Initially, the course had a duration of one year. On 13 October 1948, the ESESJC is recognized by the Order of the State Social Welfare Secretary. It was legalized under the Regulation of Nursing Schools, approved on 28 August 1952. This institution was endowed with pedagogical and technical autonomy, since its origin, and its direction and teaching of responsibility to the Sisters of St. Joseph of Cluny, with the collaboration of nurses and other health technicians. With the integration of Nursing Education at the Polytechnic Higher Education, the school was renamed the Nursing School of St. Joseph of Cluny. Currently, it has a legal personality and enjoys scientific, pedagogic, cultural, disciplinary, administrative, and financial, with respect for the basic principles and rules of the National System of Higher Education contained in the Act. It is an institution whose mission is to train professionals to such a high responsibility as being a nurse. Gives priority to human formation together with the scientific and technical and has stated, first, the learning opportunities and rigor printed the same, towards the development of skills related to the nursing profession and who, we are sure, are bearing its graduates. As a training institution adept people to take care of people, has dedicated special attention to socio-cultural changes in general and the amendment of the reference models, whether the nursing profession or teaching, valuing a close relationship and less formal teacher/student, but without devaluing the values of discipline and respect for the social roles of teachers, students or employees. The progressive introduction of active methods of teaching and learning, in which students take on the role of subjects and agents of their learning, was an important milestone with the adaptation of the Plan of Nursing Degree Course studies the philosophy of the Bologna Process, corresponding to 240 acts. Simultaneously it has adopted the Nursing College of St. Joseph of Cluny an exemplary laboratory - for the development of technical expertise - and another new technology, promoter of the development of research skills and access to the latest scientific evidence, recognized by teachers and students as a great asset. Through the school site, All this philosophy and allocation of resources has increased momentum in translated academic life, and scientific aspects, promotion of conferences, seminars, workshops, study visits, and clinical placements outside the region, with the most inherent strengths. The Student Association, the Tuna, participation in solidarity or health promotion campaigns, and other events, have contributed to the human development and citizenship of our students. The Nursing School of St. Joseph of Cluny, the quality of their education and training, has managed to achieve over the years the social recognition and prestige that much honor and dignify. Recognizes the excellence of nurses who passed through and consequently the Nursing and Health Regional, National, and International. They are proof of the feedback obtained from the employers of its graduates at regional, national, and international levels and other higher education institutions that receive our former students in post-graduate courses as well as the results of external evaluations carried out by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. From its foundation to the present time, the Nursing College of St. Joseph of Cluny has trained over 3000 professionals in Nursing. The first five decades were devoted to the teaching of basic training, and the years diversified its training offer by conducting specialization courses and graduate programs, seeking to match the population of nursing care needs. It is the commitment of the entire Academic Community - management bodies, teachers, administrative, assistants, and students - that the institution born remains high and continues its evolution long time. It is with the past and the present that the future is built. The Nursing School of St. Joseph of Cluny, founded on the values that have led states to the society it serves, will continue to make every effort so that, as part of its sphere of action, the nursing care rendered to the population of RAM correspond to your expectations and needs as well as the quality standards recommended by the Order of Nurses.
  8. Welcome to ISAL. We are thrilled to have you on our premises, a place where strong will, motivation, and knowledge are shared. SAL, as an institution of Higher Studies, initiated its activity in Madeira Autonomous Region – the Pearl of the Atlantic- in 1984. This year it commemorates its 30 years of existence. In the beginning, ISAL developed several Higher Studies which granted a Cacharel degree in Management and Tourism Areas. To accomplish further goals, ISAL acquired new facilities which allowed the adequate development of new actions within the area of Higher Studies. These new facilities were inaugurated in 2004 and they represent the first phase of the investment. 2005 was a marking year not only for ISAL but also for Madeira Autonomous Region itself once ISAL obtained permission to offer its first degree. For the very first time, a degree in Tourism was created in Madeira Autonomous Region. In 2006 ISAL began a new adventure: Postgraduate Studies. In that year a Postgraduate Study in Hotel Management was created and, thanks to its success, ISAL annually launches several new Post graduations in decisive areas always bearing in mind what is needed in the Region. In the next school year, we will promote the following Post graduation: Local Accommodation Management (New), Human Resources Management (5th Edition), Management and Logistics ( New), Management of Health Services and Social Institutions (6th Edition). With the setting up of the Bologne Agreement, ISAL created the following Degrees in 2007/08: Management, Hotel Management, Tourism. From 2008 to 2014 ISAL has developed several TSC´s(Technological Specialisation Courses): Human Resources Administrative Management (7 editions), Environmental Tourism ( 4 editions), Commercial Management (1 edition). Nowadays ISAL has acquired new facilities which will allow the development of consistent studies not only in the areas of Post graduations but also in new studies known as PHTS – “ Higher Technician Studies” along with the existing degrees. We acknowledge there is still a long way to go and to accomplish our goals we are also counting on the active participation of all the intervenients, besides new strategic measures which include a strong bet on post-graduation studies and, in the future, the offering of second-cycle studies (masters). ISAL is a nonintegrated Private Polytechnic establishment of Higher Studies. Its genesis dates back to 1971, a period when other institutions of Teaching and Professional Studies were created in Lisbon and which developed synergies that were determinant for the organization and functioning of ISAL in Madeira. In 1984, the Regional Secretary of Education of the Autonomous Region of Madeira granted the needed permission for this Institute to function. This way, the very first private institution of pos-secondary studies was born in the Region. The ISAL also develops, together with the higher studies of tourism and management, several complementary or connected activities to that level of studies, namely in the areas that allow the perfecting and counseling in management and tourism. The expansion of ISAL permitted the use of a wide variety of equipment which allowed not only the improvement of the scientific and pedagogical levels but also an increase in the offer of courses. In the school year of 2007/2008, the implementation of the adequacy of the courses offered at ISAL to the juridical regime, dated 24. March, thus making possible the aims of the Bologna Declaration, was relevant to explicit the adhesion of this Institute to a paradigm – a teaching system based on the acquisition and development of competencies- that is somehow already present in the working methodology adopted at ISAL. View full university
  9. Welcome to ISAL. We are thrilled to have you on our premises, a place where strong will, motivation, and knowledge are shared. SAL, as an institution of Higher Studies, initiated its activity in Madeira Autonomous Region – the Pearl of the Atlantic- in 1984. This year it commemorates its 30 years of existence. In the beginning, ISAL developed several Higher Studies which granted a Cacharel degree in Management and Tourism Areas. To accomplish further goals, ISAL acquired new facilities which allowed the adequate development of new actions within the area of Higher Studies. These new facilities were inaugurated in 2004 and they represent the first phase of the investment. 2005 was a marking year not only for ISAL but also for Madeira Autonomous Region itself once ISAL obtained permission to offer its first degree. For the very first time, a degree in Tourism was created in Madeira Autonomous Region. In 2006 ISAL began a new adventure: Postgraduate Studies. In that year a Postgraduate Study in Hotel Management was created and, thanks to its success, ISAL annually launches several new Post graduations in decisive areas always bearing in mind what is needed in the Region. In the next school year, we will promote the following Post graduation: Local Accommodation Management (New), Human Resources Management (5th Edition), Management and Logistics ( New), Management of Health Services and Social Institutions (6th Edition). With the setting up of the Bologne Agreement, ISAL created the following Degrees in 2007/08: Management, Hotel Management, Tourism. From 2008 to 2014 ISAL has developed several TSC´s(Technological Specialisation Courses): Human Resources Administrative Management (7 editions), Environmental Tourism ( 4 editions), Commercial Management (1 edition). Nowadays ISAL has acquired new facilities which will allow the development of consistent studies not only in the areas of Post graduations but also in new studies known as PHTS – “ Higher Technician Studies” along with the existing degrees. We acknowledge there is still a long way to go and to accomplish our goals we are also counting on the active participation of all the intervenients, besides new strategic measures which include a strong bet on post-graduation studies and, in the future, the offering of second-cycle studies (masters). ISAL is a nonintegrated Private Polytechnic establishment of Higher Studies. Its genesis dates back to 1971, a period when other institutions of Teaching and Professional Studies were created in Lisbon and which developed synergies that were determinant for the organization and functioning of ISAL in Madeira. In 1984, the Regional Secretary of Education of the Autonomous Region of Madeira granted the needed permission for this Institute to function. This way, the very first private institution of pos-secondary studies was born in the Region. The ISAL also develops, together with the higher studies of tourism and management, several complementary or connected activities to that level of studies, namely in the areas that allow the perfecting and counseling in management and tourism. The expansion of ISAL permitted the use of a wide variety of equipment which allowed not only the improvement of the scientific and pedagogical levels but also an increase in the offer of courses. In the school year of 2007/2008, the implementation of the adequacy of the courses offered at ISAL to the juridical regime, dated 24. March, thus making possible the aims of the Bologna Declaration, was relevant to explicit the adhesion of this Institute to a paradigm – a teaching system based on the acquisition and development of competencies- that is somehow already present in the working methodology adopted at ISAL.
  10. The Estoril Higher Institute for Tourism and Hotel Studies (Escola Superior de Hotelaria e Turismo do Estoril – ESHTE), created in 1991 (Law-Decree no. 374/91, dated 8th October), is a public polytechnic higher education institution under the tutelage of the Ministry of Education and Science. ESHTE’s statutes, published on 1st September 2008, reinforce its nature as an institute with management autonomy and emphasize ESHTE’s role in the development, transmission, and dissemination of highly qualified knowledge and training in the areas of tourism, hospitality, and catering. As a center for the development of tourism and hospitality activities, both in education and applied research, ESHTE has always been actively engaged with the business sector to adapt its teaching/learning practices to the requirements of the labor market and thus facilitate the employability of its graduate students. ESHTE’s cultural and vocational training aims at preparing future professionals that can successfully respond to the challenges and opportunities of the tourism sector, in a context of strong competitiveness and underlying uncertainty ESHTE’s location in the tourism area of Lisbon, Cascais, and Estoril, as well as the exceptional training facilities in which it undertakes its activities, contribute to reinforce its training and research offer in the areas of tourism, hospitality, and catering. ESHTE’s curricula include compulsory internships at public and private sector companies and institutions, which ensure that students have the opportunity to consolidate their experience and know-how through on-job training. This contributes to the establishment of a closer link with the business sector and allows for the constant adaptation of curricula and methodologies to the requirements of the labor market. These links with business are also strengthened by regular research visits undertaken throughout the academic year and the organization of thematic conferences, talks, congresses, and workshops with speakers from different tourism segments. In addition, ESHTE has established various agreements with public and private institutions such as hotels, travel agencies, catering and entertainment companies, city councils, as well as other local, regional, and national public entities, which have generated the development of joint projects, events, and strategies that contribute to students’ employability and enable students to transfer knowledge acquired at ESHTE to the work environment and vice-versa. Moreover, the fact that ESHTE has an Advisory Board composed of members of tourism’s institutional, business, and vocational areas ensures a more formal and permanent relationship between the school’s activities and those conducted in the market. This concern has also led to the creation of a careers and employment service (ESHTEmprego) that disseminates job and training offers to alumni and students. This rationale of opening ESHTE to the external community is further emphasized in the development of applied research (e.g. European funded projects or agreements with the public entities in the tourism sector). ESHTE has established bilateral agreements with over 20 European institutions that promote student and staff mobility exchange within the scope of the Socrates/Erasmus programs, as well as other agreements with universities in Brazil, Macao, and Camerino. ESHTE is also a member of different associations, both as a regular institutional member and as a member of their executive committees. These include AMFORHT (World Association for Hospitality and Tourism Education and Training) ATLAS (Association for Tourism and Leisure Education) EURHODIP (International Association supporting Hospitality and Tourism Education and Training) and EUHOFA (International Association of Hotel Schools). Additionally, and at a national level, ESHTE is a member of AULP (Association of Portuguese Language Universities) and ReCLes.pt (the Portuguese Association of Language Centres in Higher Education). View full university
  11. The Estoril Higher Institute for Tourism and Hotel Studies (Escola Superior de Hotelaria e Turismo do Estoril – ESHTE), created in 1991 (Law-Decree no. 374/91, dated 8th October), is a public polytechnic higher education institution under the tutelage of the Ministry of Education and Science. ESHTE’s statutes, published on 1st September 2008, reinforce its nature as an institute with management autonomy and emphasize ESHTE’s role in the development, transmission, and dissemination of highly qualified knowledge and training in the areas of tourism, hospitality, and catering. As a center for the development of tourism and hospitality activities, both in education and applied research, ESHTE has always been actively engaged with the business sector to adapt its teaching/learning practices to the requirements of the labor market and thus facilitate the employability of its graduate students. ESHTE’s cultural and vocational training aims at preparing future professionals that can successfully respond to the challenges and opportunities of the tourism sector, in a context of strong competitiveness and underlying uncertainty ESHTE’s location in the tourism area of Lisbon, Cascais, and Estoril, as well as the exceptional training facilities in which it undertakes its activities, contribute to reinforce its training and research offer in the areas of tourism, hospitality, and catering. ESHTE’s curricula include compulsory internships at public and private sector companies and institutions, which ensure that students have the opportunity to consolidate their experience and know-how through on-job training. This contributes to the establishment of a closer link with the business sector and allows for the constant adaptation of curricula and methodologies to the requirements of the labor market. These links with business are also strengthened by regular research visits undertaken throughout the academic year and the organization of thematic conferences, talks, congresses, and workshops with speakers from different tourism segments. In addition, ESHTE has established various agreements with public and private institutions such as hotels, travel agencies, catering and entertainment companies, city councils, as well as other local, regional, and national public entities, which have generated the development of joint projects, events, and strategies that contribute to students’ employability and enable students to transfer knowledge acquired at ESHTE to the work environment and vice-versa. Moreover, the fact that ESHTE has an Advisory Board composed of members of tourism’s institutional, business, and vocational areas ensures a more formal and permanent relationship between the school’s activities and those conducted in the market. This concern has also led to the creation of a careers and employment service (ESHTEmprego) that disseminates job and training offers to alumni and students. This rationale of opening ESHTE to the external community is further emphasized in the development of applied research (e.g. European funded projects or agreements with the public entities in the tourism sector). ESHTE has established bilateral agreements with over 20 European institutions that promote student and staff mobility exchange within the scope of the Socrates/Erasmus programs, as well as other agreements with universities in Brazil, Macao, and Camerino. ESHTE is also a member of different associations, both as a regular institutional member and as a member of their executive committees. These include AMFORHT (World Association for Hospitality and Tourism Education and Training) ATLAS (Association for Tourism and Leisure Education) EURHODIP (International Association supporting Hospitality and Tourism Education and Training) and EUHOFA (International Association of Hotel Schools). Additionally, and at a national level, ESHTE is a member of AULP (Association of Portuguese Language Universities) and ReCLes.pt (the Portuguese Association of Language Centres in Higher Education).
  12. ESAP-Escola Superior Artistica do Porto has an institutional affiliation with the Cooperativa de Ensino Superior Artistico do Porto (CESAP), a public non-profit entity, established in May 1982 and legalized by public deed in the Diario da Republica no. 202, III series, of 1 September 1982, with operating authorization granted by Order on 28 June. The location in the historic center of Porto - a world heritage site - corresponds to a strategic option that has contributed to significant interaction with the local community and the urban environment in which it is inserted. ESAP is one of the associate schools of UNESCO and has established various national and international protocols with universities and other institutions of artistic and cultural nature. The teachings here practiced are the various media that configure contemporary artistic and architectural production. Through an interdisciplinary practice, students construct their referential field, as a space of confrontation, in which different experiences and multiple theoretical-practical perspectives intersect. ESAP is a space for encouraging the research and meetings between artists, theoreticians, researchers, curators, or other professionals, national and international, both inside and outside the institution. The place that ESAP occupies in the territory of the arts and architecture is manifested in the growing recognition of its partners. Erasmus + started on 1 January 2014. The program replaced the previous European Commission funding programs in the areas of education, training, youth, and sport, namely: the Lifelong Learning Program, the Youth Program in Action, and other international programs, including Jean Monnet and Erasmus Mundus. The Erasmus + program is designed to support education, training, youth, and sport in all sectors of lifelong learning, including higher education, vocational training, adult education, school education, and youth activities. A new structure for the Erasmus + program was proposed to reflect the need for further simplification and rationalization. Bringing together a range of different programs and initiatives of the European Commission it is hoped that its funding program will become more efficient and more accessible. Erasmus + is an integrated program, which means that it is based on Actions. Some activities funded under Lifelong Learning and Youth in Action will disappear and others to be translated into the new structure of Erasmus +. Erasmus + is a simplified EU funding program for education and training, youth, and sport. The activities are based on different types of opportunities which are all the projects offered by the Erasmus + program grouped into broader actions. Each action represents a different type of project aligned with a given area. We have four departments: Department of Architecture, Department of Visual Arts, Department of Theater and Cinema, Department of Theory and History. View full university
  13. ESAP-Escola Superior Artistica do Porto has an institutional affiliation with the Cooperativa de Ensino Superior Artistico do Porto (CESAP), a public non-profit entity, established in May 1982 and legalized by public deed in the Diario da Republica no. 202, III series, of 1 September 1982, with operating authorization granted by Order on 28 June. The location in the historic center of Porto - a world heritage site - corresponds to a strategic option that has contributed to significant interaction with the local community and the urban environment in which it is inserted. ESAP is one of the associate schools of UNESCO and has established various national and international protocols with universities and other institutions of artistic and cultural nature. The teachings here practiced are the various media that configure contemporary artistic and architectural production. Through an interdisciplinary practice, students construct their referential field, as a space of confrontation, in which different experiences and multiple theoretical-practical perspectives intersect. ESAP is a space for encouraging the research and meetings between artists, theoreticians, researchers, curators, or other professionals, national and international, both inside and outside the institution. The place that ESAP occupies in the territory of the arts and architecture is manifested in the growing recognition of its partners. Erasmus + started on 1 January 2014. The program replaced the previous European Commission funding programs in the areas of education, training, youth, and sport, namely: the Lifelong Learning Program, the Youth Program in Action, and other international programs, including Jean Monnet and Erasmus Mundus. The Erasmus + program is designed to support education, training, youth, and sport in all sectors of lifelong learning, including higher education, vocational training, adult education, school education, and youth activities. A new structure for the Erasmus + program was proposed to reflect the need for further simplification and rationalization. Bringing together a range of different programs and initiatives of the European Commission it is hoped that its funding program will become more efficient and more accessible. Erasmus + is an integrated program, which means that it is based on Actions. Some activities funded under Lifelong Learning and Youth in Action will disappear and others to be translated into the new structure of Erasmus +. Erasmus + is a simplified EU funding program for education and training, youth, and sport. The activities are based on different types of opportunities which are all the projects offered by the Erasmus + program grouped into broader actions. Each action represents a different type of project aligned with a given area. We have four departments: Department of Architecture, Department of Visual Arts, Department of Theater and Cinema, Department of Theory and History.
  14. When deciding on a career, Egas Moniz – Cooperativa de Ensino Superior, CRL offers you a variety of Undergraduate (1st cycle), Integrated Masters (1st + 2nd cycles), Masters (2nd cycle), and other Postgraduate courses, in the Health and Forensic Sciences areas. These are educational options that match stimulating and prestigious professions with good professional outputs and employability, combining technical quality with human factors and interpersonal relationships. Egas Moniz – Cooperativa de Ensino Superior and its two schools – Instituto Superior de Ciencias da Saude Egas Moniz and Escola Superior de Saude Egas Moniz. Egas Moniz, CRL is a reference in Health education in Portugal. Our mission: “dedicated to the advancement of knowledge, learning, and education of students, at the service of the health improvement of global society in the 21st century”. Our two institutions currently have about 2 500 students and over 400 faculty members and they offer you undergraduate and master’s degrees and other postgraduate courses in the health area. The commitment to quality and the qualification of the teaching staff, as well as facilities, equipment, and scientific research, are undoubtedly reflected in the level of competence of our graduates. Also, internationalization plays an important role, in particular, the Erasmus and Erasmus Mundus programs, in addition to collaboration agreements with European universities and the attraction of foreign students. It is a constant concern and direct responsibility of our Cooperative to provide all the necessary means to achieve a good performance of teaching staff and students and, thereby, to enhance academic success. Apart from academic life, the very essence of the institution, in which all students are co-operators and actively involved in decisions, promotes an open mind and a way of being and living in a society that corresponds to an added value in their formation. It is highly rewarding and a source of pride for all those studying or working here the fact that, over the past years, hundreds of highly skilled professionals were trained in our two institutions and, nowadays, they are perfectly integrated into the labor market, performing their duties with quality and accuracy. The life of this Cooperative is not limited to academic offers, training of students, and research. We understand that it is our responsibility to serve our community. Therefore, our clinics and the Egas Moniz Senior Residence develop an important action of social support. With approximately 5 ha, the Campus is located in a quiet area near Lisbon, offering good accessibility. On the other hand, the students away from home may be accommodated at our on-campus Residence (211 rooms). View full university
  15. When deciding on a career, Egas Moniz – Cooperativa de Ensino Superior, CRL offers you a variety of Undergraduate (1st cycle), Integrated Masters (1st + 2nd cycles), Masters (2nd cycle), and other Postgraduate courses, in the Health and Forensic Sciences areas. These are educational options that match stimulating and prestigious professions with good professional outputs and employability, combining technical quality with human factors and interpersonal relationships. Egas Moniz – Cooperativa de Ensino Superior and its two schools – Instituto Superior de Ciencias da Saude Egas Moniz and Escola Superior de Saude Egas Moniz. Egas Moniz, CRL is a reference in Health education in Portugal. Our mission: “dedicated to the advancement of knowledge, learning, and education of students, at the service of the health improvement of global society in the 21st century”. Our two institutions currently have about 2 500 students and over 400 faculty members and they offer you undergraduate and master’s degrees and other postgraduate courses in the health area. The commitment to quality and the qualification of the teaching staff, as well as facilities, equipment, and scientific research, are undoubtedly reflected in the level of competence of our graduates. Also, internationalization plays an important role, in particular, the Erasmus and Erasmus Mundus programs, in addition to collaboration agreements with European universities and the attraction of foreign students. It is a constant concern and direct responsibility of our Cooperative to provide all the necessary means to achieve a good performance of teaching staff and students and, thereby, to enhance academic success. Apart from academic life, the very essence of the institution, in which all students are co-operators and actively involved in decisions, promotes an open mind and a way of being and living in a society that corresponds to an added value in their formation. It is highly rewarding and a source of pride for all those studying or working here the fact that, over the past years, hundreds of highly skilled professionals were trained in our two institutions and, nowadays, they are perfectly integrated into the labor market, performing their duties with quality and accuracy. The life of this Cooperative is not limited to academic offers, training of students, and research. We understand that it is our responsibility to serve our community. Therefore, our clinics and the Egas Moniz Senior Residence develop an important action of social support. With approximately 5 ha, the Campus is located in a quiet area near Lisbon, offering good accessibility. On the other hand, the students away from home may be accommodated at our on-campus Residence (211 rooms).
  16. PIMSAT was established with the specific aim of providing students with direct access to the methodologies and skills that employers value most. All its students get a holistic rounded education, targeted especially of enhancing their opportunities for employment and unlocking their potential. The courses provide a focus for independent learning and practical knowledge and skills. It is seriously committed to improving the quality of business and technical education in Pakistan. It is managed by a group of dedicated professionals and academicians who have committed their lives to the cause of higher education in Pakistan. We believe that human activities contribute to the success of an institution in a variety of ways ‘’Assets make things possible. People make things happen’’ Since its inception, PIMSAT has imparted knowledge and skills to numerous individuals through many teaching programs. Competent management and ivy league faculty have played an important role in the professional and personal development of our students. It will continue to fulfill its responsibilities to society by creating and providing facilities for the personal and professional growth of individuals who wish to make a career in the fields of Business, Science, and Technology. We understand that our students have chosen us from among the wide range of elite institutions and study options available to them. We provide a broad spectrum of programs in the areas of Business Administration, Information, Technology, Applied Technology & Telecommunications. We also offer a Bachelor of Technology in six disciplines i.e. Electronics, Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, Petroleum & Chemical. PIMSAT Department of Engineering & Technology offers B.E Electrical & Civil Engineering Programs. The unique feature that sets us aloof from others is our focus on the personal and professional development of our students. The key to our success is the individual care and attention we give to each student. PIMSAT is committed to achieving the highest standards. We confer upon our students the best experience through our dedicated faculty, the best service, and the top-notch facilities. In research and teaching, we are one of the top-ranking institutes of higher learning in Karachi. With the highest quality teaching, fantastic learning environments, and outstanding root of your success there are few grander of more inspiring venues anywhere for graduation than here, we educate our students to be problem solvers. PIMSAT fulfilled its promise by launching its Korangi purpose Built Campus which is now fully functional. PIMSAT operates under a charter by the Sindh governments. The institute has four functional facilities. The faculty of Engineering, The Faculty of applied technology, Business and IT, PIMSAT has set high quality as the major objective of its programs. This goal is achieved by the high level and standard of courses taught, by the high caliber, devoted, committed, and versatile faculty, and by the intensive theoretical and practical training imparted to our students. The rigorous level of teaching may be judged from the fact that PIMSAT remains open throughout the year. There are no summer and winter holidays except a few holidays of Eid and end-semester break. But the tough time given to the students prepares them for the stressful job responsibilities demanded of the top executive today. The rigorous teaching is, however, interspersed by the spells of the extracurricular activities, Sports picnic, study trips, quiz programs, seminars, conferences, etc. PIMSAT’S mission is to provide professional knowledge with the skills & state art resources to prepare the scholars to enhance the horizon of their vision much more matching than the rapidly fast-evolving technological and scientific landscape. We are striving to produce skilled leadership and researchers of tomorrow with high tech knowledge and critical thinking skills required for success in ever-growing and emerging domains of high technology by grooming their personalities and developing their qualities of vision, resourcefulness & initiative. The pivotal goal of education is to create professionals who are capable of doing new things not simply repeating what other generations have done and the prime goal is to produce creative scholars, inventors, and discoverers. We shall endeavor to develop minds that can be critical & not accept what they are offered. We provide a safe, secure and healthy environment to enhance the physical, emotional, cognitive, social, and creative development of the students. To help in government efforts to promote quality education on the right track and direction we equip our students with the knowledge, understanding, and skills that may prove driving force & impetus to the future progress of society. All of these programs offer a degree of flexibility so that you can broaden and deepen your subject knowledge and tailor your degree to match your interest. Degree programs aim to provide students with a solid grasp of subject techniques that best match the personal needs and career aspirations. Studying at PIMSAT has been stimulating, challenging, and rewarding.
  17. We are a learning community aiming for high standards of achievement in a purposeful, challenging, stimulating, and inclusive environment. At Higher Openshaw Community School we recognize that each child is unique and we are committed to helping every pupil succeed, whatever their background or ability. We want to create a safe, happy, and supportive atmosphere for all our children. At Higher Openshaw, we believe that your child deserves the best and we aim to provide outstanding learning opportunities and interesting curriculum enrichment activities both within the school and on external educational visits. We place great emphasis on education ‘the whole pupil’, and make no excuses for having high expectations of our pupils. Our staff is committed to working with your child to achieve the highest possible standards and outcomes. To achieve the very best, our children must be confident that school and home are working together to celebrate their achievements, to encourage good behavior and attendance, and to support them through times of difficulty. As well as offering a broad, creative curriculum, we spend a lot of time promoting healthy lifestyles and British values. Through the different variety of parental communication provided we hope that parents can feel connected to the school. At Higher Openshaw Community School we firmly believe in creating a ‘Reading for Pleasure’ culture. We encourage our children to read at every opportunity they get. Whether this is comics, newspapers, fiction, non-fiction, or E-Books, we believe reading provides opportunities for pupils to reach and achieve their true potential. The school is only responsible for the admission of pupils to its Foundation 1 (Nursery) class. All other admissions, Foundation 2 (Reception) up to Year 6 are managed by Manchester City Council. The Council’s admissions team operates an application process where your child will be allocated a place at the nearest available school. They keep a waiting list of places if our school happens to be full in the year group that you require. During the summer of 2016, we were lucky enough to be able to build our own, unique library space for the children. They are now able to borrow books from here, our vast in-class libraries, or choose books as part of our wider reading schemes. The internet is a fantastic place overflowing with knowledge, games, and communities of people, and the pupils here at Higher Openshaw spend a great deal of time using the internet within the school and at home. This is why it is important our pupils learn how to be safe when browsing online. The children here learn about E-Safety through taught lessons and discussions with adults and peers. We also encourage parents/carers to talk to their children about how to remain aware when online, to ensure pupils remain safe when browsing in their own time. At Higher Openshaw Community School, we believe that all children are unique and endorse the principle that they are entitled to the teaching and support which will maximize their abilities and sense of personal worth and hence their contribution to the school and the wider community. About this, we aim to detect those areas where individual children have special educational needs and to provide for them appropriately. At Higher Openshaw Community School, we welcome children with special educational needs and are committed to their inclusion in all aspects of school life. Children may have special educational needs either throughout or at any time during, their school career. This policy ensures that curriculum planning and assessment for children with special educational needs takes account of the type and extent of the needs of the child. Higher Openshaw Community School seeks to develop the full potential of each child, recognizing the uniqueness of each individual. We promote high standards of education for children with Special Educational Needs and encourage their full participation in school and community decisions about their education. At Higher Openshaw Community School, we will have regard to the SEN Code of Practice and consider the three principles for inclusion at all levels of curriculum planning. Pupils with SEN are entitled to have suitable learning challenges set for them. This is achieved through the delivery of a broad and balanced curriculum. The assessment and monitoring of the children’s needs feed planning. We will ensure that action is taken to respond to pupils' diverse learning needs through the class teacher and Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCo) monitoring and reviewing through the management of SEN provision. We will help to overcome potential barriers to learning and assessment for individual and groups of children by differentiated quality first teaching, using a variety of teaching and learning activities.
  18. We are a learning community aiming for high standards of achievement in a purposeful, challenging, stimulating, and inclusive environment. At Higher Openshaw Community School we recognize that each child is unique and we are committed to helping every pupil succeed, whatever their background or ability. We want to create a safe, happy, and supportive atmosphere for all our children. At Higher Openshaw, we believe that your child deserves the best and we aim to provide outstanding learning opportunities and interesting curriculum enrichment activities both within the school and on external educational visits. We place great emphasis on education ‘the whole pupil’, and make no excuses for having high expectations of our pupils. Our staff is committed to working with your child to achieve the highest possible standards and outcomes. To achieve the very best, our children must be confident that school and home are working together to celebrate their achievements, to encourage good behavior and attendance, and to support them through times of difficulty. As well as offering a broad, creative curriculum, we spend a lot of time promoting healthy lifestyles and British values. Through the different variety of parental communication provided we hope that parents can feel connected to the school. At Higher Openshaw Community School we firmly believe in creating a ‘Reading for Pleasure’ culture. We encourage our children to read at every opportunity they get. Whether this is comics, newspapers, fiction, non-fiction, or E-Books, we believe reading provides opportunities for pupils to reach and achieve their true potential. The school is only responsible for the admission of pupils to its Foundation 1 (Nursery) class. All other admissions, Foundation 2 (Reception) up to Year 6 are managed by Manchester City Council. The Council’s admissions team operates an application process where your child will be allocated a place at the nearest available school. They keep a waiting list of places if our school happens to be full in the year group that you require. During the summer of 2016, we were lucky enough to be able to build our own, unique library space for the children. They are now able to borrow books from here, our vast in-class libraries, or choose books as part of our wider reading schemes. The internet is a fantastic place overflowing with knowledge, games, and communities of people, and the pupils here at Higher Openshaw spend a great deal of time using the internet within the school and at home. This is why it is important our pupils learn how to be safe when browsing online. The children here learn about E-Safety through taught lessons and discussions with adults and peers. We also encourage parents/carers to talk to their children about how to remain aware when online, to ensure pupils remain safe when browsing in their own time. At Higher Openshaw Community School, we believe that all children are unique and endorse the principle that they are entitled to the teaching and support which will maximize their abilities and sense of personal worth and hence their contribution to the school and the wider community. About this, we aim to detect those areas where individual children have special educational needs and to provide for them appropriately. At Higher Openshaw Community School, we welcome children with special educational needs and are committed to their inclusion in all aspects of school life. Children may have special educational needs either throughout or at any time during, their school career. This policy ensures that curriculum planning and assessment for children with special educational needs takes account of the type and extent of the needs of the child. Higher Openshaw Community School seeks to develop the full potential of each child, recognizing the uniqueness of each individual. We promote high standards of education for children with Special Educational Needs and encourage their full participation in school and community decisions about their education. At Higher Openshaw Community School, we will have regard to the SEN Code of Practice and consider the three principles for inclusion at all levels of curriculum planning. Pupils with SEN are entitled to have suitable learning challenges set for them. This is achieved through the delivery of a broad and balanced curriculum. The assessment and monitoring of the children’s needs feed planning. We will ensure that action is taken to respond to pupils' diverse learning needs through the class teacher and Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCo) monitoring and reviewing through the management of SEN provision. We will help to overcome potential barriers to learning and assessment for individual and groups of children by differentiated quality first teaching, using a variety of teaching and learning activities. View full school
  19. The State School of Higher Education in Chełm was established based on the Prime-Ministerial Decree of July 24th, 2001. In its first academic year, 210 students were enrolled in The Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, offering two specializations: Teaching of Mathematics, and Mathematics with Computer Science. In October 2002, the number of students reached 600 people, and at present, the School comprises approximately 3000 students. Every year has witnessed a consecutive growth in student numbers and programs offered. As a result, in 2002, The Institute of Modern Languages was established with two departments: English and German Language Studies. In 2008, The Institute was expanded to Slavic Language Studies. In October 2003, The Institute of Technical Sciences was inaugurated, having initially The Department of Civil Engineering and Mechanics and the Mechanical Engineering, and in 2005, The Department of Electrical Engineering came into being. In 2011, the mentioned institute changed its name to The Institute of Technical Sciences and Aviation The School authorities have aimed to create in Chełm an academic institution for all, those who are linguistically gifted and humanities minded as well as for those with technical skills and scientific orientation. Hence, in October 2004, a newly created Institute of Humanities launched studies in two specializations: Polish Language Studies and History. Two years later, in 2006, The Institute of Agricultural Sciences came into being offering a specialization in Agriculture. Further, on July 31st, 2007, The State School of Higher Education was granted entitlements to conduct studies in Pedagogy. In 2010 range of studies was extended to International Relations. Additionally, the School has now expanded its offer to post-graduate studies. In 2014 the Institute of Medical Sciences was established with a faculty of Nursing. The PWSZ offer is also enriched with postgraduates studies. The educational process would not be possible without proper teaching facilities. In the academic year of 2001/2002, the School faculty began their work teaching in rooms rented from the Technical High School in Chełm, Rector’s Office was in Chełm Public Library. In the following year, The Institute of Modern Languages started its work in a rented part of the Relax Hotel. One year later, the Institute moved to a newly refurbished building in 8b Wojsławicka Street, which was handed over to the School by the town authorities. The general renovation has also been undertaken to the building at 54 Pocztowa Street, where the Rector’s Office now is. Also, following the renovation, the State School has been enriched with a modern gym and a library. In subsequent years, The State School of Higher Education in Chelm acquired from the Chełm commune and the Agricultural Property Agency facilities in Depułtycze Nowe, which at present houses the Academic Centre of Cross-Border Cooperation, and in Depułtycze Królewskie, where the University training airfield is situated. In 2004, the School also became the owner of a building in 3 Nowy Świat Street, where The Institute of Humanities and The Institute of Agricultural Sciences started to operate. As early as 2002, The State School of Higher Education in Chełm procured state funds for the installation of a new computer room. The next step was the installation of a language laboratory and a further three computer rooms were then opened, one with 64 workstations. Technical laboratories were also newly equipped. Apart from the funds obtained from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the School also received grants from the EU. Construction and equipping of The Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science were undertaken. Other investments, which the State School authorities put a great emphasis on are: the Center of Engineering Studies, the University training airfield, Academic Centre of Cross-Border Cooperation, and the dormitory. View full university
  20. The State School of Higher Education in Chełm was established based on the Prime-Ministerial Decree of July 24th, 2001. In its first academic year, 210 students were enrolled in The Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, offering two specializations: Teaching of Mathematics, and Mathematics with Computer Science. In October 2002, the number of students reached 600 people, and at present, the School comprises approximately 3000 students. Every year has witnessed a consecutive growth in student numbers and programs offered. As a result, in 2002, The Institute of Modern Languages was established with two departments: English and German Language Studies. In 2008, The Institute was expanded to Slavic Language Studies. In October 2003, The Institute of Technical Sciences was inaugurated, having initially The Department of Civil Engineering and Mechanics and the Mechanical Engineering, and in 2005, The Department of Electrical Engineering came into being. In 2011, the mentioned institute changed its name to The Institute of Technical Sciences and Aviation The School authorities have aimed to create in Chełm an academic institution for all, those who are linguistically gifted and humanities minded as well as for those with technical skills and scientific orientation. Hence, in October 2004, a newly created Institute of Humanities launched studies in two specializations: Polish Language Studies and History. Two years later, in 2006, The Institute of Agricultural Sciences came into being offering a specialization in Agriculture. Further, on July 31st, 2007, The State School of Higher Education was granted entitlements to conduct studies in Pedagogy. In 2010 range of studies was extended to International Relations. Additionally, the School has now expanded its offer to post-graduate studies. In 2014 the Institute of Medical Sciences was established with a faculty of Nursing. The PWSZ offer is also enriched with postgraduates studies. The educational process would not be possible without proper teaching facilities. In the academic year of 2001/2002, the School faculty began their work teaching in rooms rented from the Technical High School in Chełm, Rector’s Office was in Chełm Public Library. In the following year, The Institute of Modern Languages started its work in a rented part of the Relax Hotel. One year later, the Institute moved to a newly refurbished building in 8b Wojsławicka Street, which was handed over to the School by the town authorities. The general renovation has also been undertaken to the building at 54 Pocztowa Street, where the Rector’s Office now is. Also, following the renovation, the State School has been enriched with a modern gym and a library. In subsequent years, The State School of Higher Education in Chelm acquired from the Chełm commune and the Agricultural Property Agency facilities in Depułtycze Nowe, which at present houses the Academic Centre of Cross-Border Cooperation, and in Depułtycze Królewskie, where the University training airfield is situated. In 2004, the School also became the owner of a building in 3 Nowy Świat Street, where The Institute of Humanities and The Institute of Agricultural Sciences started to operate. As early as 2002, The State School of Higher Education in Chełm procured state funds for the installation of a new computer room. The next step was the installation of a language laboratory and a further three computer rooms were then opened, one with 64 workstations. Technical laboratories were also newly equipped. Apart from the funds obtained from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the School also received grants from the EU. Construction and equipping of The Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science were undertaken. Other investments, which the State School authorities put a great emphasis on are: the Center of Engineering Studies, the University training airfield, Academic Centre of Cross-Border Cooperation, and the dormitory.
  21. PIMSAT was established with the specific aim of providing students with direct access to the methodologies and skills that employers value most. All its students get a holistic rounded education, targeted especially of enhancing their opportunities for employment and unlocking their potential. The courses provide a focus for independent learning and practical knowledge and skills. It is seriously committed to improving the quality of business and technical education in Pakistan. It is managed by a group of dedicated professionals and academicians who have committed their lives to the cause of higher education in Pakistan. We believe that human activities contribute to the success of an institution in a variety of ways ‘’Assets make things possible. People make things happen’’ Since its inception, PIMSAT has imparted knowledge and skills to numerous individuals through many teaching programs. Competent management and ivy league faculty have played an important role in the professional and personal development of our students. It will continue to fulfill its responsibilities to society by creating and providing facilities for the personal and professional growth of individuals who wish to make a career in the fields of Business, Science, and Technology. We understand that our students have chosen us from among the wide range of elite institutions and study options available to them. We provide a broad spectrum of programs in the areas of Business Administration, Information, Technology, Applied Technology & Telecommunications. We also offer a Bachelor of Technology in six disciplines i.e. Electronics, Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, Petroleum & Chemical. PIMSAT Department of Engineering & Technology offers B.E Electrical & Civil Engineering Programs. The unique feature that sets us aloof from others is our focus on the personal and professional development of our students. The key to our success is the individual care and attention we give to each student. PIMSAT is committed to achieving the highest standards. We confer upon our students the best experience through our dedicated faculty, the best service, and the top-notch facilities. In research and teaching, we are one of the top-ranking institutes of higher learning in Karachi. With the highest quality teaching, fantastic learning environments, and outstanding root of your success there are few grander of more inspiring venues anywhere for graduation than here, we educate our students to be problem solvers. PIMSAT fulfilled its promise by launching its Korangi purpose Built Campus which is now fully functional. PIMSAT operates under a charter by the Sindh governments. The institute has four functional facilities. The faculty of Engineering, The Faculty of applied technology, Business and IT, PIMSAT has set high quality as the major objective of its programs. This goal is achieved by the high level and standard of courses taught, by the high caliber, devoted, committed, and versatile faculty, and by the intensive theoretical and practical training imparted to our students. The rigorous level of teaching may be judged from the fact that PIMSAT remains open throughout the year. There are no summer and winter holidays except a few holidays of Eid and end-semester break. But the tough time given to the students prepares them for the stressful job responsibilities demanded of the top executive today. The rigorous teaching is, however, interspersed by the spells of the extracurricular activities, Sports picnic, study trips, quiz programs, seminars, conferences, etc. PIMSAT’S mission is to provide professional knowledge with the skills & state art resources to prepare the scholars to enhance the horizon of their vision much more matching than the rapidly fast-evolving technological and scientific landscape. We are striving to produce skilled leadership and researchers of tomorrow with high tech knowledge and critical thinking skills required for success in ever-growing and emerging domains of high technology by grooming their personalities and developing their qualities of vision, resourcefulness & initiative. The pivotal goal of education is to create professionals who are capable of doing new things not simply repeating what other generations have done and the prime goal is to produce creative scholars, inventors, and discoverers. We shall endeavor to develop minds that can be critical & not accept what they are offered. We provide a safe, secure and healthy environment to enhance the physical, emotional, cognitive, social, and creative development of the students. To help in government efforts to promote quality education on the right track and direction we equip our students with the knowledge, understanding, and skills that may prove driving force & impetus to the future progress of society. All of these programs offer a degree of flexibility so that you can broaden and deepen your subject knowledge and tailor your degree to match your interest. Degree programs aim to provide students with a solid grasp of subject techniques that best match the personal needs and career aspirations. Studying at PIMSAT has been stimulating, challenging, and rewarding. View full university
  22. Wesleyan English Medium Higher Secondary School was established in the year 1974. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 3330216, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It lies in the Rajnandgaon district of Chattisgarh and is currently being managed by the Wesleyan Board Of Christian Institutions, Chattisgarh. It is presently under the principal -administration of A SCOTT, with a total of 40 staff members. There are a total of 46 rooms, 5 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is Rajnandgaon and it is 1 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station Rajnandgaon Distance in KM 1 Nearest Police Station RajnandgaonCity Kotwali Distance in KM 1 Nearest Nationalised Bank Bank of Baroda Distance in KM 1 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 1 59 I 2 31 II 2 42 III 2 50 IV 2 71 V 2 92 VI 2 83 VII 2 69 VIII 2 61 IX 2 89 X 2 73 XI 3 87 XII 3 106 Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 46 5 1 9 34 10 11000 2442 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Class Room 46 26 20 Composite Science Lab 1 33 20 Physics Lab 1 50 25 Chemistry Lab 1 50 25 Biology Lab 1 50 25 Maths Lab 1 24 20 Computer Science Lab 1 24 20 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 36 20 Other Rooms 4 24 20 Bio-Tech Lab 0 0 0 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 5 2 3 PRTs 13 7 6 TGTs 13 6 7 Librarian 1 0 1 PTI 1 1 0 PGTs 7 5 2 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 0 0 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 13839.84420236 (in Acres.) 3.4199 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 2144.20 Whether the School at one site or two site NO Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 3442.05 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals flush No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 20 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 20 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 2000 Periodicals 04 Dailies 10 Reference Books 250 Magazine 04 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium No Music Rooms Yes Hostel No Health and Medical Check up Yes
  23. Wesleyan English Medium Higher Secondary School was established in the year 1974. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 3330216, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It lies in the Rajnandgaon district of Chattisgarh and is currently being managed by the Wesleyan Board Of Christian Institutions, Chattisgarh. It is presently under the principal -administration of A SCOTT, with a total of 40 staff members. There are a total of 46 rooms, 5 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is Rajnandgaon and it is 1 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station Rajnandgaon Distance in KM 1 Nearest Police Station RajnandgaonCity Kotwali Distance in KM 1 Nearest Nationalised Bank Bank of Baroda Distance in KM 1 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 1 59 I 2 31 II 2 42 III 2 50 IV 2 71 V 2 92 VI 2 83 VII 2 69 VIII 2 61 IX 2 89 X 2 73 XI 3 87 XII 3 106 Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 46 5 1 9 34 10 11000 2442 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Class Room 46 26 20 Composite Science Lab 1 33 20 Physics Lab 1 50 25 Chemistry Lab 1 50 25 Biology Lab 1 50 25 Maths Lab 1 24 20 Computer Science Lab 1 24 20 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 36 20 Other Rooms 4 24 20 Bio-Tech Lab 0 0 0 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 5 2 3 PRTs 13 7 6 TGTs 13 6 7 Librarian 1 0 1 PTI 1 1 0 PGTs 7 5 2 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 0 0 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 13839.84420236 (in Acres.) 3.4199 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 2144.20 Whether the School at one site or two site NO Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 3442.05 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals flush No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 20 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 20 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 2000 Periodicals 04 Dailies 10 Reference Books 250 Magazine 04 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium No Music Rooms Yes Hostel No Health and Medical Check up Yes View full school
  24. Vivekanand Senior Higher Secondary School was founded in the year 1984. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1730707, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2023. It is located in the Dausa district of Rajasthan and is currently being managed by the Prasasvi Sansthan, Duasa, Rajasthan. It is presently under the principal -administration of Arvind Sharma, with a total of 20 staff members. There are a total of 32 rooms, 5 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is Dausa and it is 2 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station Dausa Distance in KM 2 Nearest Police Station DausaDausa Distance in KM 0.5 Nearest Nationalised Bank IDBI Distance in KM 2 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 0 0 I 1 18 II 1 17 III 1 19 IV 1 22 V 1 28 VI 1 24 VII 1 28 VIII 1 20 IX 1 18 X 1 14 XI 1 22 XII 1 30 Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 32 5 1 10 18 2 8096 2248 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Library 1 30 40 Other Rooms 10 30 20 Bio-Tech Lab 0 0 0 Class Room 12 30 20 Composite Science Lab 0 0 0 Physics Lab 1 30 20 Chemistry Lab 1 30 20 Biology Lab 1 30 20 Maths Lab 1 30 20 Computer Science Lab 1 30 20 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 0 0 0 PRTs 5 5 0 TGTs 4 4 0 Librarian 1 1 0 PTI 1 1 0 PGTs 9 9 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 0 0 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 12650.87779204 (in Acres.) 3.1261 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 2771.49 Whether the School at one site or two site NO Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 3000 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals flush No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 10 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 10 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 4536 Periodicals 8 Dailies 4 Reference Books 752 Magazine 10 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium No Music Rooms Yes Hostel No Health and Medical Check up Yes
  25. Vivekanand Senior Higher Secondary School was founded in the year 1984. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1730707, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2023. It is located in the Dausa district of Rajasthan and is currently being managed by the Prasasvi Sansthan, Duasa, Rajasthan. It is presently under the principal -administration of Arvind Sharma, with a total of 20 staff members. There are a total of 32 rooms, 5 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is Dausa and it is 2 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station Dausa Distance in KM 2 Nearest Police Station DausaDausa Distance in KM 0.5 Nearest Nationalised Bank IDBI Distance in KM 2 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 0 0 I 1 18 II 1 17 III 1 19 IV 1 22 V 1 28 VI 1 24 VII 1 28 VIII 1 20 IX 1 18 X 1 14 XI 1 22 XII 1 30 Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 32 5 1 10 18 2 8096 2248 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Library 1 30 40 Other Rooms 10 30 20 Bio-Tech Lab 0 0 0 Class Room 12 30 20 Composite Science Lab 0 0 0 Physics Lab 1 30 20 Chemistry Lab 1 30 20 Biology Lab 1 30 20 Maths Lab 1 30 20 Computer Science Lab 1 30 20 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 0 0 0 PRTs 5 5 0 TGTs 4 4 0 Librarian 1 1 0 PTI 1 1 0 PGTs 9 9 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 0 0 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 12650.87779204 (in Acres.) 3.1261 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 2771.49 Whether the School at one site or two site NO Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 3000 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals flush No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 10 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 10 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 4536 Periodicals 8 Dailies 4 Reference Books 752 Magazine 10 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium No Music Rooms Yes Hostel No Health and Medical Check up Yes View full school
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