02 août 2017

Gift officer benchmarks added to Reeher platform

University Business LogoReeher, developers of the shared management platform that is transforming the way colleges and universities raise money, recently unveiled community benchmarks within the fundraising platform. For the first time, Reeher users are able to access unique Reeher Community benchmark data directly in the Reeher Platform. More...

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26 novembre 2016

U. of I. backs deal that would set benchmarks in exchange for state funding

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. In an attempt to overcome unprecedented budget gridlock in Springfield, University of Illinois trustees Thursday backed a quid pro quo deal that would secure funding for the university's three campuses. More...

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07 mai 2016

Campus France, la marca de la educación superior francesa en el extranjero

Campus France, la marca de la educación superior francesa en el extranjero
Created by law on July 27, 2010, Agence Campus France is a public agency overseen by the French ministries of Foreign Affairs and of Higher Education and Research. The Agency acts in concert with higher education institutions and their representative conferences.
The principal missions of Campus France are to promote French higher education abroad, coordinate services for international students in France, and to make mobility arrangements for recipients of international grants and scholarships conferred by the governments.
Campus France, la marca de la educación superior francesa en el extranjero.

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04 avril 2016

Benchmarking the habits and behaviours of successful students: A case study of academic-business collaboration

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningStudent success and retention is a primary goal of higher education institutions across the world. The cost of student failure and dropout in higher education is multifaceted including, amongst other things, the loss of revenue, prestige, and stakeholder trust for both institutions and students. Interventions to address this are complex and varied. More...

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18 mars 2016

NZ: university benchmark for int’l operations

By Natalie Marsh. A national benchmark strategy measuring international operations at universities in New Zealand is in initial development stages. More...

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11 novembre 2015

The OECD’s Revised Benchmark Definition of Foreign Direct Investment: Better data for better policy

By Maria Borga. Let’s start with a quiz. Which country is the second biggest direct investor in China? Who are the largest investors in India and Russia? You probably won’t believe it, but the answers are (a) British Virgin Islands, (b) Mauritius and (c) Cyprus. It’s not a sordid tale of hot money but rather a more mundane story of companies investing abroad through a holding company or affiliate located in a third country. More...

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09 novembre 2015

Anticipez les enjeux des directions opérationnelles !

Par . Cegos vous propose un nouveau concept, pour faire avancer les réflexions et benchmarker vos pratiques sur ce sujet : les webcorners. Voir l'article...

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19 octobre 2015

OECD to launch university outcomes benchmark system

By Yojana Sharma. A new project to benchmark the performance of higher education systems is on the cards at the Paris-based Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, or OECD, to replace the discredited Assessment of Higher Education Learning Outcomes, or AHELO, project, which failed to gain the backing of key OECD member states to go ahead. Read more...

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New OECD plan to benchmark the performance of higher education systems

By Brendan O’Malley – Managing Editor. In a Special Report on the “Higher Education Futures” conference organised by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, or OECD, and the Singapore government, Yojana Sharma reports that the OECD has not abandoned its attempts to compare learning outcomes internationally and is planning a new project aimed at benchmarking the performance of higher education systems. She also reports from the conference that China has announced a new scheme, dubbed ‘World Class 2.0’, to ensure that its best universities achieve world-class status, and she writes that the rise of Asia is set to change the bipolar world of higher education dominated by Europe and North America.
In another Special Report from a different part of the globe, Karen MacGregor reports from the world conference of the International Council for Open and Distance Education held in South Africa that the boundaries between institutions and developers of technology-enhanced learning ought to be broken down in the interests of sustainable development. Also, Stephen Coan reports on keynote speaker Laura Czerniewicz’s message that higher education leaders would have to learn to manage uncertainty associated with rapid changes in learning technologies, and Munyaradzi Makoni covers another keynote emphasising that education expansion must balance increased access with greater equality of access.
The Commentary section focuses on rankings this week, with Richard Holmes, who produces the University Ranking Watch blog, arguing that the Times Higher Education rankings’ methodology changes have led to some remarkable fluctuations, questioning their credibility. In contrast, Waldemar Siwinski is very upbeat about the dependability and future of national university rankings, which are on the increase worldwide. Philip G Altbach bemoans the irrationality of contemporary science in which systems of scientific credit have run amok, partly due to the obsession with rankings.
In our World Blog, Anna Notaro urges European universities to become intellectual benefactors in the refugee crisis that has engulfed their continent.
And finally, in Features, Rebecca Warden reports on a gathering of international academics to review the blueprint for the UN’s new Sustainable Development Goals on education. Read more...

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15 octobre 2015

Global Capital Stock 2005-2014: A Natural Benchmark for Multi-Asset Portfolios

By Andrea Vacchino and Markus Schuller. How can you know whether a multi-asset portfolio is well managed? Many institutions have policy indices built according to the investment management’s preferences and expectations on risks and returns associated to each asset class. Other institutional investors run peer group comparison between multi-asset managers or measure their portfolio against total return indices. More...

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