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  1. The International College of Liberal Arts (iCLA) at Yamanashi Gakuin University is a four- year, liberal arts college in Yamanashi Prefecture in Japan. The language of instruction is English, with the exception of some Japanese language and cultural courses. International students study Japanese language alongside their degree studies, starting from any level, even complete beginner. Students can choose from a wide array of courses in various disciplines, learning from an intuitive and practical curriculum which incorporates one year studying abroad at one of our 70+ partner universities in more than 30 countries around the world. The innovative courses taught at iCLA lead to a bachelor’s degree in International Liberal Arts with majors in Global Business and Economics, Political Science, Interdisciplinary Arts, and Japan Studies. In addition to Japanese Language courses, studies can also take electives in subject areas like Data Science, Quantitative Reasoning and Natural Sciences, Psychology and Sociology, and Health and Physical Education. Over 60% of our students and 60% of our faculty members are from overseas and hail from over 40 different countries, creating a truly multi-cultural environment. Located just 90 minutes west of Tokyo, Yamanashi is famed for its breathtaking landscapes, historic sites, hot springs, hiking trails, fruit orchards and vineyards, against the iconic backdrop of Mount Fuji. iCLA offers students the unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the very essence of Japan and its culture, whilst acquiring a contemporary and globally relevant education at our state of the art facilities. For more information on our admissions requirements, fees, and scholarship opportunites, please visit the iCLA Homepage or download a copy of our student brochure. You can find out more about why Japan is a great study destination in our top ten reasons to study in Japan.
  2. The International College of Liberal Arts (iCLA) at Yamanashi Gakuin University is a four- year, liberal arts college in Yamanashi Prefecture in Japan. The language of instruction is English, with the exception of some Japanese language and cultural courses. International students study Japanese language alongside their degree studies, starting from any level, even complete beginner. Students can choose from a wide array of courses in various disciplines, learning from an intuitive and practical curriculum which incorporates one year studying abroad at one of our 70+ partner universities in more than 30 countries around the world. The innovative courses taught at iCLA lead to a bachelor’s degree in International Liberal Arts with majors in Global Business and Economics, Political Science, Interdisciplinary Arts, and Japan Studies. In addition to Japanese Language courses, studies can also take electives in subject areas like Data Science, Quantitative Reasoning and Natural Sciences, Psychology and Sociology, and Health and Physical Education. Over 60% of our students and 60% of our faculty members are from overseas and hail from over 40 different countries, creating a truly multi-cultural environment. Located just 90 minutes west of Tokyo, Yamanashi is famed for its breathtaking landscapes, historic sites, hot springs, hiking trails, fruit orchards and vineyards, against the iconic backdrop of Mount Fuji. iCLA offers students the unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the very essence of Japan and its culture, whilst acquiring a contemporary and globally relevant education at our state of the art facilities. For more information on our admissions requirements, fees, and scholarship opportunites, please visit the iCLA Homepage or download a copy of our student brochure. You can find out more about why Japan is a great study destination in our top ten reasons to study in Japan. View full university
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    HOSEO University is a youthful school devoted to fostering the talented personnel needed by society by "Reinforcing Personality Education founded upon the Spirit of Christianity." The university was originally a private technical college founded in 1978 in Anseo-dong, Cheonan-si, Chungcheongnam-do, called Cheonwon Technology University. The founder is Seokgyu Kang, and the motto of the school is, "We can do it, and it will come true." In 1980, Cheonwon Technology University changed its name to Hoseo University. It was re-formed as a four-year collegiate university; the university has a central library, museum, broadcasting company, newspaper, continuing education and health clinic center, etc. It also has several research centers: industrial-educational cooperation research center small and medium-sized businesses research center industrial technology research center display technical education research center environmental bioresearch center Hoseo University is founded upon the spirit of Christianity. As a Christ-centered learning community, we aim to equip students with the skills and values necessary for lifelong leadership and service through education. Bearing God's love, our faculty, staff members, and student body strive for excellence and demonstrate devotion to our neighbors, society, and country. Located at the vast, environment-friendly Asan Campus are the university headquarters, College of Engineering, new College of IT Engineering, College of Natural Sciences, and College of Arts and Physical Education. At the same time, the Cheonan Campus has the College of Liberal Arts, College of Social Sciences, Department of Music, and Department of Practical Music. The Seoul Campus, located in Seocho-dong, Seoul, has a Graduate School of Venture. Each campus supports education and research with the best facilities in a specialized, pleasant environment. To realize the school's foundation philosophy, we foster outstanding individuals with the venture spirit. The venture spirit is the creative spirit and challenge spirit that are demanded by the new era. It is the spirit of youth that overcomes hardships to achieve success. For the first time in the history of colleges in the nation, HOSEO University established Students' Business Incubator, actively supporting students to start businesses. HOSEO is the university equipped with the best conditions for students who challenge their dream. HOSEO's ambition and self-confidence are apparent in the large display of the slogan on the school building wall, saying, "Those without a dream, dare not come to this place. Those without the desire to make it to the end dare not come to this place, either. Only those who believe in the fact that if we try, we can make it may come to this place". HOSEO University is full of dreams and drive towards the future.
  4. The present Philippine Normal University was originally the Philippine Normal School (PNS), the first institution of higher learning established during the Philippines' American occupation. Created by Act No. 74 of the Philippine Commission, it gave Filipinos training in teaching science. The PNS formally opened on September 1, 1901, with Mr. Elmer B. Bryan as its first superintendent. Seven other Americans succeeded him before Mr. Manuel Escarilla was the first Filipino superintendent in 1939. The Philippine E-Journals is an expanding collection of academic journals accessible globally through a single Web-based platform. It is hosted by C&E Publishing, Inc., a premier educational publisher in the Philippines and a leader in the distribution of integrated information-based solutions. Emerald is a global publisher linking research and practice to the benefit of society. Founded in 1967, Emerald today manages a range of digital products, a portfolio of nearly 300 journals, more than 2,500 books, and over 450 teaching cases. In line with the commitment of Cambridge University Press to advance learning, knowledge, and research worldwide, the Press currently publishes over 300 peer-reviewed academic journals for the global market. Containing the latest research from a broad sweep of subject areas, Cambridge journals are accessible worldwide in print and online. Gale Virtual Reference Library provides access to electronic reference books from Gale and our 70 publishing partners; researchers can instantly access thousands of eBooks on virtually any subject. PNU Library Web OPAC (Destiny Library Manager)combines library circulation, cataloging, searching, reporting, and management into one centrally installed school library software system. The Basic Education Section, formerly known as CTL Library, serves the PNU elementary and high school students in library materials. It is also a place for conducting storytelling sessions for preschool and primary school pupils. It also serves college students who want to use materials for their lesson plans and other course requirements. The library collection consists of books and nonbook materials for children and young adults in various subject areas. The library houses a collection of children's books and other materials given by the Children's Literature Association of the Philippines, Inc. CLAPI is a non-stock, nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and developing children's literature and cultivate closer fellowship and cooperation in the Philippines. The Library is located on the first floor adjacent to the Basic Education and Periodical Section. The theses section contains the theses, dissertations, and special projects written by the PNU masteral and doctoral graduate students submitted to PNU. It also houses the special projects, theses, and education dissertations transferred from the DECS library as well as those recently deposited by masters and doctoral graduates from other Philippine Colleges and Universities. This section is located on the second floor, left-wing of the library building. The Periodical section contains serial sources such as newspapers, magazines, and journals. It also houses other reference sources such as pamphlets, handbooks, annual reports, PNU yearbooks, clippings, and pictures/ posters. The section is located on the second floor, left-wing, as one enters the library building's main door. The stack area contains duplicates of some books, theses, and special projects. It also houses PNU yearbooks, bound and loose issues of periodicals. Old books and books that are seldom borrowed and books that are considered for weeding are also placed in this area. It is located on the fourth floor of the library building adjacent to the Archives section. The library orientation is usually rendered during the first month of the first semester to first-year college students. Necessary information about the library rules, sections, facilities, collections, personnel, and services is shared with the new students. The orientation is held in several sessions at the Audio-Visual Theater or Multimedia Center. With the signing of the charter, Republic Act No. 416, on June 18, 1949, President Elpidio Quirino, PNS, was converted into the Philippine Normal College, authorized to grant undergraduate and graduate degrees education. Republic Act 6515 mandated the offering of doctorate and other academic programs relevant to the training of teachers. On December 6, 1991, the Philippine Normal College was converted into the Philippine Normal University. Finally, on January 12, 1992, it was elevated into a full-fledged university by President Corazon C. Aquino.Dr. Macario Naval was installed as the president of the college. Dr. Emiliano C. Ramirez succeeded him in 1957, Dr. Gregorio C. Borlaza in 1971, Dr. Bonifacio P. Sibayan in 1972, Dr. Edilberto P. Dagot in 1981, Dr. Gloria G. Salandanan in 1991, Atty. Lilia S. Garcia, in 1998, Dr. Nilo L. Rosas in 2002, Atty. Lutgardo B. Barbo in 2006, and Dr. Ester B. Ogena in 2011. In recognition of its continued leadership in teacher education, PNU was designated as the National Center for Teacher Education under R.A. 9647 on June 30, 2009. The main campus of the University is in the City of Manila with branches in Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur Alicia, Isabela Cadiz City, Negros Occidental, and Lopez, Quezon.
  5. National University of Science and Technology (NU) is a unique multi-campus and multidisciplinary University in Oman, established by the merger of three existing major higher education institutions in Oman namely Caledonian College of Engineering, Oman Medical College, and College of Pharmacy. NU is unique in its form and content with a vision is to become a renowned institute for excellence in education & research driven by social values. As a NU student, you can choose from 17 programs housed in 4 colleges and benefit from a core curriculum designed to forge new and meaningful connections across the health sciences, engineering, and technology supported by an exclusive foundation study,. Our students are tackling significant issues and benefiting from a wide variety of support resources. NU offers innovative programs, emphasizing creative applications of knowledge in tune with the global requirements in Science and Technology. College of Medicine and Health Sciences (COMHS), located in Sohar, offers a six-year Doctor of Medicine (MD) Program in academic partnership with West Virginia University (USA). College of Engineering (COE), located in Al-Hail, offers an attractive portfolio of Undergraduate and Masters Programs in Engineering and related disciplines. College of Pharmacy (COP), located in Bousher, offers a 4-year program leading to Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm). International College of Maritime (IMCO), offering Diploma and Degree programs in Marine and allied disciplines College of Advanced Technology (CAT) offering degree programs in Cyber Security, AI, Data Science, IOT and Machine Learning School of Foundation Studies (SOFS), a dedicated and purpose-built campus located at Airport Heights, offers a 3-semester General Foundation Program. In our constant pursuit for high-quality education, NU aims to set new standards as an emerging leader for higher education and research in the region. Students at NU can look forward to stimulating, productive, and rewarding learning experiences that will equip them for lifelong learning and responsibility as global citizens. We wish our students a fulfilling journey ahead in their academic endeavor.
  6. Alvernia defines the community. It is a vibrant intellectual environment where students learn, discover, give, and grow as leaders with moral courage. Guided by Franciscan values and the ideal of "knowledge joined with love," and rooted in the traditions of the Catholic and liberal art, Alvernia is a rigorous, caring, and inclusive learning community committed to academic excellence and to being and fostering broadly educated, life-long learners reflective professionals and engaged citizens and ethical leaders with moral courage. Through real-world learning, students discover their passions and turn what they love into lifetimes of career success and personal fulfillment, helping them make a positive difference in the world and others' lives. Alvernia's approach to real-world learning combines hands-on educational opportunities through internships, field experiences, co-ops, clinical assignments, research projects, community service and study/service abroad programs, roles in student organizations, and other creative and relevant campus experiences. Since 1958, Alvernia has been making its mark, first as a small college serving the local community and now as a forward-thinking, comprehensive university attracting interest across the nation as one of only 24 Franciscan schools in the United States. The ideal of "knowledge joined with love" is integral to everything we do and is an ethic recognized in our graduates, students, and faculty. Throughout your education at Alvernia University, you will be guided and encouraged to seek and achieve your potential through real-world learning while preparing for a lifetime of leadership and a positive impact on others' lives. We will help you discover your passion and develop what you love into lifelong professional success and personal fulfillment. In 2018, Alvernia celebrated its 60th Anniversary. In more than a half-century, this small women's college, founded in 1958 by the Bernardine Franciscan Sisters to prepare women religious for the mission of Catholic education, has become a regionally and nationally recognized comprehensive, competitive, multi-campus university. Under the leadership of a dynamic board and visionary president, Alvernia today remains a character-building institution that has remained true to the mission and vision of the founding sponsors, with a heritage and history that reflects the spirituality of St. Francis of Assisi. Alvernia's Mission Statement represents the ideal of a university education committed to academic excellence while developing lifelong learners who seek knowledge joined with love – a uniquely Franciscan perspective mirroring the intellection vision of a thirteenth-century Franciscan academic at the University of Paris, St. Bonaventure. Our core values, collegiality, contemplation, peacemaking, service, and humility, create a learning environment that is meant to be formative and transformative, committed to service and ethical leadership, doing well and doing good. With several graduate degrees and certification programs, Alvernia University will help you get where you want to go, whether you have set your career sights higher or want to move in a new direction. Not sure which graduate program is right for you? Make an appointment with a graduate coordinator today. We will help you figure out which program is a match for your goals and interests. The degree and certification programs at Alvernia University are designed to fit around your busy schedule. While getting a degree may be the catalyst you need to get ahead in life, it can be difficult for adults to find the time to attend classes while juggling a family and a career. Don't stop your life! Alvernia University has the flexibility you want and the degree you need to move ahead in a demanding world. Alvernia offers flexible scheduling with weekend and night classes, personal attention from a caring and supportive faculty, and convenient locations in Reading (main campus), Schuylkill, and Philadelphia. We are the area's leader in adult education, helping thousands of working adults realize their professional goals and offering convenience and excellence in education since 1999. Whatever your goals and dreams, they are attainable. Our faculty and staff are here to help you every step of the way with getting your degree. Also, all of our programs are approved by the Department of Education of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Our scenic 121-acre main campus in Berks County is three miles from the heart of historic Reading, Pa., and a comfortable car ride from Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. With about 3,000 students, a 12:1 student-faculty ratio, and an average class size of less than 20, Alvernia is the perfect size for students to develop and thrive. As one of only 24 Franciscan institutions in the United States, Alvernia's values-based learning philosophy is guided by the idea of "knowledge joined with love," shaping our educational philosophy and the healthy campus community. Our emphasis on developing ethical leaders with moral courage is blended with a commitment to serve locally and internationally. With hundreds of community connections in Greater Reading and beyond, students benefit from real-world learning opportunities that put classroom knowledge into action. Study abroad, internships, domestic and international service projects, the Washington Center Experience, and research fellowships are just a few of the experiential learning opportunities available. Alvernia offers the ultimate combination of personal faculty attention, hands-on knowledge application, leadership opportunities, and a serene campus environment to transform students into global citizens who create positive social change.
  7. The University of Jazeera is one of the most preferred universities in Dubai, as we emphasize the educational, professional, and personal growth of each student. We are devoted to excellence in teaching, learning, and research and developing leaders in many disciplines who shall make a difference globally. Since its inception, UoJ has committed itself to provide a world-class education that prepares students academically, personally, and professionally for successful careers in their chosen fields. UoJ faculty members are engaged with teaching and research to achieve excellence in providing knowledge, skills, and competencies to become successful professionals with the optimum blend of acceptable values. For students who are excited to manage the challenges of the 21st century, UoJ offers an unparalleled student experience and a generous financial aid program. Our educational approach is process-oriented. Our emphasis is on bridging theory and practice, as our curricula are career-driven and skill-based. The University of Jazeera was established in 2008 as a university duly licensed by the Commission for Academic Accreditation. The university offers bachelor's and master's degree programs in management, media and communication, law, and economics. The university has been strategically located in Dubai near to the airport. The university has been successfully offering various bachelor's and master's programs to deliver excellence in academics, research, and community engagement. The university has been successfully offering Bachelor in Law and Economics, Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Media and Communication Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Information Systems and Technology, Master of Business Administration, Master of Private Law, Master of Public Law, Postgraduate Diploma in Private Law, and Postgraduate Diploma in Public Law. The University of Jazeera aspires to become a distinguished institution of higher education, applied research, and human resources development, nationally, regionally, and internationally. The University of Jazeera responds to national, regional, and international changes by embracing diversity and nurturing innovation in learning & teaching, research, and community service. UOJ is dedicated to developing a community of scholars that promotes ethical behavior and disseminates knowledge to the UAE society and throughout the world. The University of Jazeera aims to effectively contribute to society's economic, social, and technological development. This will be achieved by providing the appropriate environment for creativity and enabling faculty, staff, students, and partners. The following goals will help in achieving the University aims: Qualifying human resources in the fields of knowledge and practice by the needs of society. Providing curricula that foster active student participation through applied learning, research, and community service. Creating an inclusive campus community where students, faculty, and staff from different backgrounds collaborate creates and sustains a vibrant learning community. Providing and enhancing continuing education and training opportunities to contribute to the continuous professional development of human resources. Incorporating continuous improvement into all programs and activities to ensure competitive excellence. The university's faculty and students are participating members of an educational institution charged with preservation, discovery, and dissemination of knowledge in the different disciplines and with the creative application of that knowledge in their lives both as individuals and as members of society. View full university
  8. The University of Jazeera is one of the most preferred universities in Dubai, as we emphasize the educational, professional, and personal growth of each student. We are devoted to excellence in teaching, learning, and research and developing leaders in many disciplines who shall make a difference globally. Since its inception, UoJ has committed itself to provide a world-class education that prepares students academically, personally, and professionally for successful careers in their chosen fields. UoJ faculty members are engaged with teaching and research to achieve excellence in providing knowledge, skills, and competencies to become successful professionals with the optimum blend of acceptable values. For students who are excited to manage the challenges of the 21st century, UoJ offers an unparalleled student experience and a generous financial aid program. Our educational approach is process-oriented. Our emphasis is on bridging theory and practice, as our curricula are career-driven and skill-based. The University of Jazeera was established in 2008 as a university duly licensed by the Commission for Academic Accreditation. The university offers bachelor's and master's degree programs in management, media and communication, law, and economics. The university has been strategically located in Dubai near to the airport. The university has been successfully offering various bachelor's and master's programs to deliver excellence in academics, research, and community engagement. The university has been successfully offering Bachelor in Law and Economics, Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Media and Communication Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Information Systems and Technology, Master of Business Administration, Master of Private Law, Master of Public Law, Postgraduate Diploma in Private Law, and Postgraduate Diploma in Public Law. The University of Jazeera aspires to become a distinguished institution of higher education, applied research, and human resources development, nationally, regionally, and internationally. The University of Jazeera responds to national, regional, and international changes by embracing diversity and nurturing innovation in learning & teaching, research, and community service. UOJ is dedicated to developing a community of scholars that promotes ethical behavior and disseminates knowledge to the UAE society and throughout the world. The University of Jazeera aims to effectively contribute to society's economic, social, and technological development. This will be achieved by providing the appropriate environment for creativity and enabling faculty, staff, students, and partners. The following goals will help in achieving the University aims: Qualifying human resources in the fields of knowledge and practice by the needs of society. Providing curricula that foster active student participation through applied learning, research, and community service. Creating an inclusive campus community where students, faculty, and staff from different backgrounds collaborate creates and sustains a vibrant learning community. Providing and enhancing continuing education and training opportunities to contribute to the continuous professional development of human resources. Incorporating continuous improvement into all programs and activities to ensure competitive excellence. The university's faculty and students are participating members of an educational institution charged with preservation, discovery, and dissemination of knowledge in the different disciplines and with the creative application of that knowledge in their lives both as individuals and as members of society.
  9. The University of Public Administration in Kehl is one of the most renowned institutions of its kind in Germany. It was founded in 1971 and enlarged in the 1980s. Currently, the University employs 42 full-time professors and approximately 250 visiting lecturers. The sole purpose of Kehl University is to prepare its students for careers in public service. This means training students for positions at the management level in German public service, whether in state agencies and departments, in municipalities, in counties or in other public corporations, institutions and foundations subject to state supervision. The University cooperates closely with Ludwigsburg University of Public Administration and Finance. The graduates often take on management positions immediately after having finished the program, especially in smaller municipalities. Many mayors have completed his training for the management level in German public service, which also plays such an important role in larger municipalities and in the state administrative offices that one speaks here of the 'backbone' of administration. During the last few years, 70% of the students have been female. Thus, the situation has completely reversed from that at the start of the University in the 70s. At that time, less that 20% of the students were women. In contrast to other universities, the students at the University of Public Administration are civil servants for the duration of the academic program. For this reason, they receive a salary during their university studies and practical training. But there are also other important differences from other universities with regard to the application procedure and student administrative affairs. The bachelor's programme of study in public management takes a total of 3.5 years to complete and is composed of two almost equal segments of practical experience in the field and coursework on campus. The degree granted is a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.). The bachelor's programme begins with a 4-week introductory course. Here the students are provided with basic knowledge regarding the training programme. This includes, for example, the basic principles of democratic rule, the tasks and organisational structure of public administration, the legal basis, the basis of municipal constitutional law, an introduction to economic affairs at the local level and methods of law application and the composition of letters of official notification. The introductory course has a total of 120 hours of instruction and a written examination is included. The introductory course is followed by the introductory internship. Here, the student interns become acquainted with tasks and methods in at least two areas of administration. Some of the special areas are: treasury, financial planning, administration of local fees, accounting, human resources, administrative offences, passport and citizen registration affairs, public relations, law concerning aliens, social welfare and well as child and youth welfare. The first half-year has been successfully completed if the student has taken part, on a regular basis, in the introductory course and the internship and has achieved at the very least the grade of 4.0 on the examination. It is possible to repeat. After the introductory internship the students begin the 3-semester basic course of study, which lasts 17 months. The courses are grouped into 13 modules. The content of the modules is similar to the content of the previous subjects. In Department 1 (Law and Administrative Sciences), the subjects taught are constitutional law, basis of administrative law, local administrative law, law regarding administrative offences, and the German Civil Code. In Department 2 (Economic and Social Sciences), the subjects taught are psychology, sociology, business administration in the public sector, economics, management in the public sector, law regarding local fees, and local commercial law. Each of the 13 modules mentioned above concludes with a test, which is generally a written examination. After failing an examination, you may repeat once. It is not possible to offset a low mark in one module with a higher mark from another module. The tests take place at the end of each semester. After the 17-month basic course at Kehl University, the students begin a 14-month period of practical experience. During this time span, the students become acquainted with four areas of administration in various departments (for at least 3 months each). The following areas of emphasis can be chosen: Organisation/Personnel/Data Processing Public law and order Administration of social benefits Economic affairs/Finance/Public enterprises Local government policy/Management in the public sector One segment should be done abroad, in another German federal state, or in the private sector. The meshing of theory and practice during this period takes place in the in-service study groups. At the end of this period of practical training, the students write their bachelor’s thesis. For this purpose they can have a month’s leave. During the last five months of the bachelor's programme the students are again on campus in Kehl for the in-depth course of study. They can choose from nine areas and attend lectures in their chosen in-depth area. Kehl University offers the following areas of emphasis: Administration of social benefits Public law and order Environmental and planning law Europe Economic affairs and finance Local government policy Public enterprises and hospital management Information technology und management Personnel und Organisation Lessons are divided into six modules. Each of these modules concludes with a test.
  10. Our global, distributed community of professionals is dedicated to lifelong learning, social justice and innovation, and advancement for individuals, organizations, communities, and society. Our curriculum offers quality degrees and courses for professionals living and working anywhere in the world. Fielding faculty members represent a breadth of scholarship and practice within the fields of psychology and leadership. We are an innovative global community dedicated to educating scholars, leaders, and practitioners to pursue a more just and sustainable world. We provide exemplary interdisciplinary programs within a distributed and relational learning model grounded in student-driven inquiry and leading to enhanced knowledge. This community of scholar-practitioners addresses personal, organizational, societal, ecological, and global concerns to pursue a more just and sustainable world. Fielding's administrative offices are located in two lot-adjacent office buildings in beautiful Santa Barbara, California. Many of Fielding's programs hold face-to-face events throughout the year in different regional locations to enrich your educational experience. Our Academic Conferencing & Events Department contracts with hotels and other educational spaces such as retreat centers to provide suitable spaces for your learning and engagement with faculty. Fielding Graduate University was founded by three friends: Frederic Hudson, Hallock Hoffman, and Renata Tesch–all distinguished higher–education administrators and educators. Here at Fielding Graduate University, we are different from other graduate schools. Taking a multidisciplinary, principles-centered, values-based, and inclusive approach to leadership and practice, we prize process along with significant outcomes. Whether our graduates become psychologists, educators, organizational development consultants, coaches, or practitioners, they acknowledge the evolutionary nature and interconnectedness of solving today's problems. Leadership competencies, such as skillful in emotional and social intelligence, decision-making judgment, and conflict management, are combined with area expertise to create uniquely qualified graduates and leaders in whatever sphere they may find themselves over their life's journey. We offer both in-person and online student and technology services that allow students to delve into their research and knowledge interests fully. Every environment is designed with your success in mind. For generations, Fielding has been graduating scholar-practitioners who know that research is not an end in itself, but it serves a broader purpose. Tested, applied, and used for broader application, Fielding research tackles the severe societal problems all around us. We ask big, broad, and tricky questions—because it is a bold scholarship that makes a positive social difference. New knowledge for practical application is the Fielding difference. The Office of Strategic Initiatives & Research (SIR), under the Office of the Provost, helps faculty, staff, and students promote and secure sponsored research funding to foster research that leads to lasting positive change. This office seeks to foster new efforts to enhance Fielding's reputation and quality of its academic offerings through special initiatives. Many of these efforts are expanded by creating institutional partnerships and organizational connections that assure Fielding's presence in national discussions on higher education policy and priorities and in programs that advance graduate education. Many of these initiatives are designed to create opportunities for Fielding's academic programs and their faculties, students, and alumni to further new frontiers of scholarship, curriculum, and practice within and across their disciplines. As innovators in adult education, we take developmental learning concepts and apply them in our mentoring and advising relationships with students forging new ways to help you connect with what you already know, what you need to know, and how to get you there. Fielding was at the forefront of using technology to deliver an educational experience. We continue to find ways to enhance the best of what we do with cutting-edge ideas and media-rich learning. From our online library to our student advising, tuition, financial aid, registrar, and help-desk support areas, Fielding staff strives to make our support services useful and timely. Accommodations for students with disabilities and study aids for all students are available. A mainstay of our learning ideology from the beginning, face-to-face sessions between students and faculty held throughout the US and globally, is a critical way to connect and re-connect within and across our disciplines. Moreover, they are usually great mini-vacation spots too. The founders speculated that students seeking advanced degrees would be mid-career adults. The latter wanted to enhance already well-established academic and professional skills committed to effecting a mid-life career change and interested in being part of a lifelong learning community. The traditional pedagogical method of education–active teacher, passive learner–would not be appropriate for this new experiment. To accommodate and capitalize on its students' learning styles, Fielding developed a rigorous, supportive learning model that today remains flexible, adult-centered, self-directed, practice-oriented, global, and competence-based. Fielding's School of Psychology offers the only accredited (on probation) clinical psychology doctoral program using a distributed delivery model. The program is accredited (on probation) by the American Psychological Association (APA Commission on Accreditation, 750 First St. NE, Washington, DC 20002, 202.336.5979). The clinical psychology program received initial accreditation by the APA in 1991. The Accrediting Commission accredits fielding Graduate University for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
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    Danubius University

    DANUBIUS UNIVERSITY OF GALAŢI is a top-ranked private university offering bachelor's and master's degrees. It was founded in 1992, and over the last two decades, has become firmly established as one of Romania's leading academic institutions. DANUBIUS is a modern, dynamic, and entrepreneurial European university, one perfectly adapted to our contemporary society. Internally, the crisp and clean campus design provides an inspirational environment for learning, with a 40,000-volume library, a judicial laboratory for forensic studies, and a state-of-the-art Apple lab among the numerous facilities available to students. The university even has its own printing house, with the Danubius University Press logo found on the spines of numerous books and journals. Danubius University promotes knowledge and innovation by providing unique learning, research, and development experience, regardless of age, experience, knowledge level, or training of its students and clients. Danubius University will be recognized in the Black Sea and Baltic Sea area as an international university of excellence, an open and stimulating environment for personal development and entrepreneurship, and a constant exchange of ideas and values.
  12. The conception of the development of our university is essentially based on collegial and participatory work where all the components will be requested according to their skills. Our goal is to get the support of all and establish collaborative management of our University by the establishment of an effective communication policy internally and externally, management methods, and appropriate and transparent procedures. The university develops and implements training in the perspective of the long training of life and allows any candidate eligible to access higher education to meet the needs of different types of public (Students in initial training, taking up their university, employees). Promote the University of relations with its socio-economic environment and initiate partnership programs Initiate any action to promote inter-university exchanges and cooperation in the fields of teaching and research, Conducting entertainment and communication actions, Organize and promote scientific events, Monitor development programs and retraining of teachers and ensure consistency. Partnership with the socio-economic sector. The organization of scientific events The development of the university's newsletters The spread of international news and information s heart the university website. The General Secretariat of the university is under the responsibility of a Secretary-General who is responsible for the operation and the administrative and financial management structures under its authority and administration and common techniques. Under the authority of the Rector, the Secretary-General is responsible for the administrative management of the university and ensures compliance with administrative rules. Together and in an unlimited sense of commitment to the university community that we will extend the best audience for our university. The development of the relationship with the socio-economic environment and professionals, today constitutes an essential dimension and a must course for our college. This will be achieved by integrating our training and research programs with the innovation system and entrepreneurial culture that will help to promote entrepreneurship among our students. In this perspective, we will multiply contacts with the socio-economic environment and national and international organizations to diversify and adapt the training offer and develop quality scientific research. With an effective and coherent action plan, the University of Science and Technology of Oran Mohamed BOUDIAF is committed to the future with the boldness and determination that have always characterized his community. We dynamiserons research structures and technological innovation, and bring permanent support employability of our students to position our university as a regional and national development actor. Together and in an unlimited sense of commitment to the university community that we will extend the best audience for our university. It consists of the following services: service statistics and forecasting. service orientation and information. monitoring the service building programs and university equipment.
  13. The conception of the development of our university is essentially based on collegial and participatory work where all the components will be requested according to their skills. Our goal is to get the support of all and establish collaborative management of our University by the establishment of an effective communication policy internally and externally, management methods, and appropriate and transparent procedures. The university develops and implements training in the perspective of the long training of life and allows any candidate eligible to access higher education to meet the needs of different types of public (Students in initial training, taking up their university, employees). Promote the University of relations with its socio-economic environment and initiate partnership programs Initiate any action to promote inter-university exchanges and cooperation in the fields of teaching and research, Conducting entertainment and communication actions, Organize and promote scientific events, Monitor development programs and retraining of teachers and ensure consistency. Partnership with the socio-economic sector. The organization of scientific events The development of the university's newsletters The spread of international news and information s heart the university website. The General Secretariat of the university is under the responsibility of a Secretary-General who is responsible for the operation and the administrative and financial management structures under its authority and administration and common techniques. Under the authority of the Rector, the Secretary-General is responsible for the administrative management of the university and ensures compliance with administrative rules. Together and in an unlimited sense of commitment to the university community that we will extend the best audience for our university. The development of the relationship with the socio-economic environment and professionals, today constitutes an essential dimension and a must course for our college. This will be achieved by integrating our training and research programs with the innovation system and entrepreneurial culture that will help to promote entrepreneurship among our students. In this perspective, we will multiply contacts with the socio-economic environment and national and international organizations to diversify and adapt the training offer and develop quality scientific research. With an effective and coherent action plan, the University of Science and Technology of Oran Mohamed BOUDIAF is committed to the future with the boldness and determination that have always characterized his community. We dynamiserons research structures and technological innovation, and bring permanent support employability of our students to position our university as a regional and national development actor. Together and in an unlimited sense of commitment to the university community that we will extend the best audience for our university. It consists of the following services: service statistics and forecasting. service orientation and information. monitoring the service building programs and university equipment. View full university
  14. University Sétif 2 was created via the Presidential Decree of November the 28th, 2011. The legal establishment should not hide the fact that it was born from another old university aged 35 years, which is the University of Ferhat Abbas, divided by that date, into two universities, Sétif 1 and Sétif 2. This division was imposed by several factors, including the difficulty of managing a university of over 60,000 students, 2,000 teachers, and more than 2000 employees. This division is distributed over large areas in different places in the city. It now houses two universities: the University of Sétif 1 in the west and Sétif University 2 in the east. It is, therefore: "An old honey poured into two bottles." There is no doubt that the creation of a university of human and social sciences has very important consequences. The most important one is to allow those sciences to develop and allow them to play their roles in this new social reality constantly renewed on the local or global level. Indeed, it is their responsibility to contribute to the understanding of the various deep social, cultural, political, and economic facts, events, and changes resulting in today's world in the various fields, to analyze it and propose the best solutions and ways to direct it, and to reduce its negative effects. In addition, these sciences have a key role in the development of a society’s new intellectual directions. The World Social Science Report published by UNESCO and the International Social Science Council in 2010 - prepared by hundreds of social scientists from all around the world - has highlighted the need for social sciences as a means to address the major challenges facing humanity, such as poverty, diseases, and climate change. It thus appears that we need more social and human sciences, because of the role of social and human knowledge in the construction of social and human values. These disciplines are intended first to form a balanced intellectually and culturally individual, thus allowing to establish a healthy society. However, the underdeveloped countries in their legitimate desire to acquire advanced scientific knowledge and technology have ignored the social and human sciences, human values , and the construction of the individual’s use of that knowledge and technology. Because of what happened and what is happening in several Arab countries such as extremism, protests, demonstrations, social and political violence, or the so-called "Arab Spring" this shows how we need to pay more attention to those sciences in question to understand those changes, as well as the behavior and orientation of individuals, the psychology of the citizen, his claims to make the best citizenship, membership, participation, group work, social solidarity, acceptance of other, shared responsibility, a culture of tolerance, dialogue and civil solutions to differences and conflicts to achieve social maturity whose base is ‘a wise man’. Reconsideration of the social sciences and humanities can only be achieved through the fulfillment of certain conditions. First, we must devote more resources, competent researchers, relevant research, improve the means of publication, encourage linguistic diversity, multidisciplinary methods, and improve the level of trainers and their spirit of creativity, to look after talents, and educate the trainer and show his role in society. It became necessary to occupy a "place" in the small global village as a means for the university to express its self, to better communicate inside and outside, thanks to modern technology. It is also a way for a transparent and well-governed university. In the end, we will provide you with an email address to receive your opinions and suggestions. All in all, we cannot attain the objective stated without the participation and positive contribution from the entire university family, teachers, students, workers, and chiefs. Hopes are high and the challenge is greater, to promote those sciences, with competent teachers, aware students, and appropriate scientific and professional atmosphere in the light of the Qur'anic revelation "Each of you is a shepherd and each of you is responsible for his flock."
  15. University Sétif 2 was created via the Presidential Decree of November the 28th, 2011. The legal establishment should not hide the fact that it was born from another old university aged 35 years, which is the University of Ferhat Abbas, divided by that date, into two universities, Sétif 1 and Sétif 2. This division was imposed by several factors, including the difficulty of managing a university of over 60,000 students, 2,000 teachers, and more than 2000 employees. This division is distributed over large areas in different places in the city. It now houses two universities: the University of Sétif 1 in the west and Sétif University 2 in the east. It is, therefore: "An old honey poured into two bottles." There is no doubt that the creation of a university of human and social sciences has very important consequences. The most important one is to allow those sciences to develop and allow them to play their roles in this new social reality constantly renewed on the local or global level. Indeed, it is their responsibility to contribute to the understanding of the various deep social, cultural, political, and economic facts, events, and changes resulting in today's world in the various fields, to analyze it and propose the best solutions and ways to direct it, and to reduce its negative effects. In addition, these sciences have a key role in the development of a society’s new intellectual directions. The World Social Science Report published by UNESCO and the International Social Science Council in 2010 - prepared by hundreds of social scientists from all around the world - has highlighted the need for social sciences as a means to address the major challenges facing humanity, such as poverty, diseases, and climate change. It thus appears that we need more social and human sciences, because of the role of social and human knowledge in the construction of social and human values. These disciplines are intended first to form a balanced intellectually and culturally individual, thus allowing to establish a healthy society. However, the underdeveloped countries in their legitimate desire to acquire advanced scientific knowledge and technology have ignored the social and human sciences, human values , and the construction of the individual’s use of that knowledge and technology. Because of what happened and what is happening in several Arab countries such as extremism, protests, demonstrations, social and political violence, or the so-called "Arab Spring" this shows how we need to pay more attention to those sciences in question to understand those changes, as well as the behavior and orientation of individuals, the psychology of the citizen, his claims to make the best citizenship, membership, participation, group work, social solidarity, acceptance of other, shared responsibility, a culture of tolerance, dialogue and civil solutions to differences and conflicts to achieve social maturity whose base is ‘a wise man’. Reconsideration of the social sciences and humanities can only be achieved through the fulfillment of certain conditions. First, we must devote more resources, competent researchers, relevant research, improve the means of publication, encourage linguistic diversity, multidisciplinary methods, and improve the level of trainers and their spirit of creativity, to look after talents, and educate the trainer and show his role in society. It became necessary to occupy a "place" in the small global village as a means for the university to express its self, to better communicate inside and outside, thanks to modern technology. It is also a way for a transparent and well-governed university. In the end, we will provide you with an email address to receive your opinions and suggestions. All in all, we cannot attain the objective stated without the participation and positive contribution from the entire university family, teachers, students, workers, and chiefs. Hopes are high and the challenge is greater, to promote those sciences, with competent teachers, aware students, and appropriate scientific and professional atmosphere in the light of the Qur'anic revelation "Each of you is a shepherd and each of you is responsible for his flock." View full university
  16. Since the foundation of USTHB, more than one hundred thousand students have studied in it. Nowadays, a community of nearly twenty-five thousand people is living on the campus, some twenty thousand students and more than one thousand five hundred teachers and workers in administrative and technical services. Meanwhile, more than forty thousand students have been graduated up to now USTHB in different cycles (Degree, Master’s degree, and Doctorate. The mission of the university is the graduate and post-graduate education as well as the research of which the organization and management types are called to evolve along with the reformation of the Algerian university. Its ambition is to ensure the best education by international standards which doesn’t ignore humanities and how to enhance student involvement in social issues. To study in the USTHB is to acquire a high level of teaching and recognized research to integrate rapidly into the world of the work after being qualified.
  17. Since the foundation of USTHB, more than one hundred thousand students have studied in it. Nowadays, a community of nearly twenty-five thousand people is living on the campus, some twenty thousand students and more than one thousand five hundred teachers and workers in administrative and technical services. Meanwhile, more than forty thousand students have been graduated up to now USTHB in different cycles (Degree, Master’s degree, and Doctorate. The mission of the university is the graduate and post-graduate education as well as the research of which the organization and management types are called to evolve along with the reformation of the Algerian university. Its ambition is to ensure the best education by international standards which doesn’t ignore humanities and how to enhance student involvement in social issues. To study in the USTHB is to acquire a high level of teaching and recognized research to integrate rapidly into the world of the work after being qualified. View full university
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    Bond University

    On May 15, 1989, Bond University welcomed its first cohort of 322 students at its brand new, state-of-the-art campus on Queensland’s Gold Coast. Modeled on the traditions of the world’s most elite educational institutions, the vision for Australia’s first private, not-for-profit university was to provide an exclusive educational experience of the highest international standards, under the tutelage of the country’s leading academics. Our Values: Respect and concern for students and colleagues. Truth, inquiry, and the pursuit of advanced knowledge. Excellence in everything we do and pride in achievements. Effective collaboration and teamwork. Accountability for performance, actions, and learning. Productive engagement between students and staff. As Australia’s first private non-profit university, Bond University seeks to be recognized internationally as a leading independent university, imbued with a spirit to innovate, a commitment to influence, and a dedication to inspire tomorrow’s professionals who share a personalized and transformational student experience. The 2018-2022 Bond University Strategic Plan provides a map to guide our collective action and signal our priorities for new investment. It is a plan that builds upon our existing strengths without diminishing our commitment to the mission that has underpinned our success to date and ensures that we will continue to push out the boundaries of university education. The preamble to this plan recognizes the distinctive characteristics that define the Bond Difference – our commitment to teaching excellence, the deep engagement between our academics and their students, the spirit of entrepreneurialism, the importance of applied professional skills, and the personal and transformative development of Bond people. It also explores the complex and dynamic context in which we operate and to which we must respond. Finally, the Plan describes the iconic projects that will drive its implementation. These projects are large and transformative. They are designed to drive change, have an impact across the whole of the University, and be tangible symbols of our ambition. VIDEOS
  19. ANU is a world-leading university in Australia’s capital city, Canberra. Our location points to our unique history, ties to the Australian Government, and special standing as a resource for the Australian people. Our focus on research as an asset, and an approach to education, ensures our graduates are in demand the world over for their abilities to understand and apply vision and creativity to addressing complex contemporary challenges. The Australian National University (ANU) is a celebrated place of intensive research, education, and policy engagement. ANU is home to an interconnected community of scholars. The University is located in the heart of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. Choose ANU and know that you will be studying at Australia’s leading university, in league with the world’s best. ANU consistently ranks highest in national and global graduate surveys for overall employability, as well as starting salary. We’re ranked first in Australia and 22 in the world for graduate employability. The Australian National University has a rich and diverse history. Across our campuses, ANU manages places with Indigenous, historic, and natural heritage value. These heritage values are embodied in the landscape, the buildings and the complex histories of the sites, the people who lived and worked there, the events that occurred, and the discoveries that were made. The Australian National University is endowed by the nation to bring credit to Australia through the quality of its research, education, and contribution to societal transformation. Our strategic planning reflects our priorities and responsibilities to the nation, the region, and the world. ANU is committed to equity and diversity and is actively building a more inclusive culture where all staff is supported to reach their full potential in their academic or professional careers. In recognizing the increasing need for an institutional approach to mental health, The Australian National University (ANU) has developed a mental health strategy. The strategy is based on current best practices in post-secondary student mental health. The past two centuries of dispossession and racism have profoundly impacted all aspects of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander life, including access to institutions like ANU. This is the legacy that ANU recognizes, acknowledges, and accepts. Current generations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples bear their histories into institutions like ANU, which benefit enormously from the opportunity to learn from them. The University’s vision for reconciliation is to be a place that facilitates learning that respects cultures and diversity: a place where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people come together to engage with their chosen discipline, contextualized by an understanding of our shared history. ANU will make an important contribution to reconciliation by furthering learning, research, services, and public knowledge about Indigenous issues.
  20. Torrens University Australia was recognized by the South Australian parliament in 2013 (Torrens University Australia Act 2013), making it the 40th university in Australia and the first new university for 20 years. Torrens is a private university and is part of Laureate International Universities, the leading global network of 70 accredited universities and higher education institutions with over 1 million students worldwide. Torrens offers courses through its Vertical structure in 5 fields of study being Business, Design, Health, Hospitality, and Education. Torrens University Australia is part of Laureate International Universities, a leading international network of quality, innovative higher education institutions comprised of nearly 70 universities across 23 countries. Torrens’ association with Laureate International Universities allows you to leverage the network of over 1,000,000 students around the world – including more than 100,000 online students. Whether you study on campus or online, you can access state-of-the-art Torrens campuses in Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. There are no more boring classrooms. Instead, we have designed our learning spaces to promote collaboration and engagement, and they are located in convenient and vibrant inner-city neighborhoods. Dynamic Online Learning mode means you can achieve success in your own time. We provide on-demand access to your course materials and content so you can study whenever it is convenient for you. At specific campuses, we also offer hybrid courses that combine an online and on-campus study to provide you with yet another option for completing your postgraduate course. Torrens University Australia is registered with the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) as an Australian University authorized to self-accredit its courses. TEQSA is Australia’s independent regulator of the higher education sector and assesses providers against the Higher Education Standards Framework. At an organizational level, the Quality Assurance Framework reflects a strong commitment to evidence-based decision-making and continuous improvement. This is consistent with Torrens University Australia’s aim to achieve excellence in all aspects of its work through accountability, collaboration and teamwork, and a student-centered approach to learning and teaching. The Quality Assurance Framework is designed to maintain the highest standards in meeting regulatory and legislative requirements. Torrens University Australia (TUA) values feedback and participation from staff and students in enhancing its effectiveness and acknowledges the importance of external reference points in monitoring and measuring performance.
  21. Opened in 1872, Trinity College was established as an affiliated residential college of the University of Melbourne and prepared theological candidates for ordained ministry in the Anglican Church of Australia. The College has significantly expanded since then and today consists of three divisions the Pathways School, the Residential College, and the Theological School. Today, the College has a diverse student body of more than 2,000 students from a wide range of socio-economic, geographic, and cultural backgrounds. This has created a vibrant and supportive learning community. Trinity College embraces reconciliation and is committed to giving young Indigenous students access to tertiary study and supporting them academically, pastorally, and culturally to build their chances of completing a university degree. Opportunities abound for all our students to explore new interests and pursue their extra-curricular passions – be they musical, sporting, cultural, spiritual, entrepreneurial, or in the areas of leadership and social responsibility. The breadth and depth of these opportunities, supported by extensive student welfare and pastoral care structures, and the diversity of students' backgrounds, nurtures the development of well-rounded individuals, able and willing to lead and serve, locally, nationally, or internationally. Trinity was founded initially as both an Anglican residential college and a training ground for young men pursuing ordination to the Anglican Church. As one of the earliest advocates for equality in tertiary education, the College has continued to innovate. We are proud to welcome men and women of various ages, nationalities, and religious backgrounds. Trinity College is a vibrant, diverse community inspiring and enabling students of exceptional promise to imagine and achieve a better world. The College expects the highest levels of achievement in the academic, cultural, ethical, and social endeavors of all of its members, past, and present. The College is committed to a holistic view of individual excellence, with each member seeking to realize their potential in all fields fully. The College enables members by providing facilities supportive of this goal and in a culturally and aesthetically rich setting. Trinity acknowledges that community is an essential component of all its programs. It is past and present students, teachers, and other staff who benefit from each other's experiences and exercise responsibility for each other's learning and well-being. The College is a community inclusive of all, regardless of their social or demographic attributes. The College welcomes all who are accepting of this diversity. All College members, past and present, create a more equitable society and a healthy and sustainable environment. Past and present members achieve these aims through both their public and private lives.
  22. The School of Rural Health is a rural clinical school of the University of Sydney with campuses in Dubbo and Orange. The School of Rural Health has campuses in Dubbo and Orange, and if you are an eligible University of Sydney medical student, you could spend a year of your degree studying with us. If you are interested in rural medicine, or perhaps you'd like a tree-change and a fresh new learning environment, the SRH offers excellent opportunities in a fantastic regional setting. You can come to the School of Rural Health for the third or fourth year of your degree. As an SRH student, you will continue the University of Sydney medical program. However, being in a regional center, you will get a broad range of clinical exposure and a more incredible opportunity to be involved in patient care. You have more access to tutors and supervisors, mentoring with academic and professional staff, and more significant opportunities to network with the local medical fraternity. The School of Rural Health campuses are spacious and modern, with excellent facilities catered to students' needs. Check out our Live pages for more about the campuses and the Dubbo and Orange communities. We aim to make your time at the SRH one where you achieve your best academically and enjoy the social and lifestyle benefits of living in a beautiful regional community. The School of Rural Health Strategic Plan has been developed to set the School's direction, responding to our core business of providing medical education in a rural setting and addressing rural medical workforce shortages. The plan is intended to focus the School's work in the local community while operating within the University of Sydney Strategic Plan's broader principles. The SRH Strategic Plan encompasses the new Regional Training Hubs. It includes six core goals that will drive the School in medical education, rural research, and engaging with our local communities. The School of Rural Health is proud of its achievements, and this Strategic Plan will see us continuing to strive for excellence now and into the future. The University of Sydney School of Rural Health has campuses in Dubbo and Orange and delivers the medical program to students completing year 3 or 4. The School of Rural Health engages several local clinicians, specialists, and medical professionals to teach our students in various areas. The teaching of medical history taking, clinical reasoning, and physical examination skills are some examples of the topics delivered by our tutors.
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    University Hall

    UniHall began in 1942 when The University of Western Australia (UWA) loaned land to the US Navy for use as a wartime officers’ base. After the war, UWA saw an opportunity to use the land and existing buildings for student accommodation, and in 1946 the University Hostel opened with a diverse student population. In 1961 the Hostel became Currie Hall, operating more closely with UWA in its management and operations. In 2013, Currie Hall was renamed University Hall and opened the new J, K, and L Houses, which wrap around the historical ‘heart’ of Currie Hall. The UniHall population grew from 250 to 760 residents and established our new chapters in UniHall’s story. UniHall’s core values evidenced through our Charter have been retained through each reincarnation of UniHall and are embedded in the way the community lives and learns together. UniHall is committed to a culture of diversity and inclusiveness, individual responsibility, high academic performance, respectful and honest relationships, and fair and ethical decision-making. You must understand and appreciate the community into which you are being welcomed. UniHall expects you to be proactive, engaged, respectful, and responsible no matter how long your stay – from a one-semester exchange student to a student who moves from undergraduate to postgraduate. Your contributions are valued so you can make your time at UniHall as enjoyable and successful as possible. UniHall Office has three Admin Assistants who offer a friendly face for you to talk to and assist with bike hire, laundry tokens, mail collection – almost any question you need to be answered! The office is open from 8 am to 7 pm Monday to Friday during the semester. The resident community elects the Residents’ Club (ResClub) Committee, which organizes an exciting social events calendar for all residents. This group of volunteers works with the UniHall team to ensure your experience is one you will remember for the rest of your life! Finally, UniHall students, UniHall staff, and UWA are one of respect and engagement and are unique throughout Australian residential colleges. Accordingly, you will find over the page our Mission and Charter that maintains the foundation of community, innovation, and progression that aims to support each student through their studies and life after UWA. University Hall aims to provide the most enriching UWA student experience possible. We deliver this in a fun environment where all cultures and interests are valued, and all residents are best prepared to leave UWA as leaders of purposeful lives.
  24. One hundred forty-three years ago, the University of Adelaide was founded with a noble goal: to prepare, for South Australia, young leaders shaped by education rather than birth or wealth in a settlement free of old world social and religious inequalities. The spirit of inquiry was further embraced, and the freedom to explore nonclassical subjects continued. Before reaching the 1900s, the University offered degrees in arts, science, law, medicine, and music. Additionally, mathematics, philosophy, languages, and mining engineering were taught. These flagship degrees and disciplines continue at the university today, with the curriculum evolving through industry input and the pioneering research and discovery for which Adelaide’s academics are known. The University is an international institution that distinctively embraces the ideal of the research university, where the excitement, vitality, and passion of the search for new knowledge is one in which all students participate as an enlightened and tolerant community where able students can find support, whatever their background or circumstances and as a place where the Kaurna people, original custodians of the land on which the campuses now rest, are acknowledged and their culture respected. The University of Adelaide draws strength from its founding values to fulfill its future research and teaching aspirations. The University has three primary areas of focus. We are committed to achieving excellence in education, research, and engagement with the community. Working closely with world-class academics, students acquire the skills, knowledge, and experience to make a significant contribution to their careers. Operating at the cutting edge of their disciplines, our academics enthusiastically share their passion for new knowledge and encourage students’ pursuits of world-changing discoveries. Equally important, students have ready access to staff throughout their time here, thanks to our low staff-to-student ratios. A commitment to incredibly high teaching standards ensure students are given every opportunity to excel and fulfill their potential. The University of Adelaide is committed to world-class research with tangible outputs of global significance, which challenge and change the world around us. Our researchers are committed to solving the world’s grandest challenges and significantly impacting the economy, health, public policy, and quality of life. Adelaide’s research strengths span a wide range of sectors, including food and wine, defense and security, health and medicine, engineering and technology, life sciences, mining and energy, and the environment. The University works with the community through strategic partnerships and alignments with business and enterprise, government bodies, other research institutions, non-government organizations, and industry groups. This is reflected in an extensive local and international partnership network. The University of Adelaide continues to deliver on quality of learning and teaching and service to its community. The University is organized into five academic faculties and four administrative divisions.
  25. Federation University Australia (FedUni) is one of the nation's leading regional universities. With a reputation for relevance and excellence, FedUni has a strong tradition of education and training delivery spanning more than 145 years. We were the nation's first regional, multi-sector university and are the third oldest site of higher learning in Australia. We offer access to vocational, undergraduate, postgraduate, and higher research degrees. With campuses in Ballarat, Berwick, Gippsland, and the Wimmera, our programs are also delivered online and via a range of partner institutes across Australia and worldwide. A new campus in Brisbane, Queensland, provides further opportunities for international students and student mobility. FedUni has also established a student support center based in Malaysia. We have around 20,000 international and domestic students. We are committed to serving regional Victorian communities yet have a broad national and international outlook. We offer the best of both worlds combining a strong tradition of tertiary education with the freedom and dynamism that comes with being a multi-sector university with close links to local industry and technology. Federation University Australia (FedUni) is a modern, progressive university providing high-quality vocational and higher education across a national and international campus network. The university has a distinguished history as the University of Ballarat, one of Australia's oldest higher education institutions. It became Federation University Australia in January 2014 upon amalgamation with Monash University's Gippsland Campus. Our campuses span Ballarat, Berwick, Gippsland, and the Wimmera in Victoria. A new campus in Brisbane, Queensland, provides further opportunities for international students and student mobility. FedUni equips students with the necessary knowledge, skills, and aptitude for further study, the world of work, and influential global citizens. We have an outstanding record for teacher quality and graduate employment, with a five-star rating from the Australian Good Universities Guide for Student Support, Social Equity, and Skills Development. Flexible study options make accessing our courses more convenient for those who wish to combine work and study commitments. Our university is committed to providing study opportunities for students from diverse backgrounds, nationalities, and ages. Our graduates are well prepared to make a difference to the communities they choose to live and work in. Many become distinguished alumni of the university in recognition of their leadership and impact. Research activity at Federation University Australia focuses on national and international importance issues, with local relevance and impact. Sports Science research is among the world's best, with a Shanghai Rankings in the 101 to 150 bracket for 2017 and a top one hundred ranking for academic subjects in hospitality, leisure, sport, and tourism disciplines.
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