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29 janvier 2019

Price and Cost are Not the Same Thing

By Matt Reed. Folks who follow higher ed policy debates know that price and cost are not the same thing. But most people don’t. So, a brief foray into “explainer” blogging follows. More...

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27 janvier 2019

Online classes cost reduced to same as on-campus classes

Techno-News Blog The price of online courses through the University of Memphis have been reduced to become the same price as on-campus courses. Previously, online courses at the UofM required an additional tuition premium that made them more expensive than on-campus courses. More...

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23 janvier 2019

Diversify Australian tertiary ed to reduce costs, says Nous group

By Anton Crace. Changing Australia’s tertiary education funding and removing institutions’ need to cross-subsidise research with teaching funding could lead to cheaper alternatives for students and alleviate the urgency for international student fees, according to a report from consultancy Nous Group. More...

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19 janvier 2019

Combien coûte une formation universitaire (et par extension celle des étudiants étrangers) ?

http://blog.educpros.fr/julien-gossa/files/2018/01/cropped-JulienGossa.jpgBlog Educpros de Julien Gossa. Le 19 novembre 2018, le Premier Ministre Edouard Philippe a présenté la stratégie nationale d’attractivité des étudiants internationaux baptisée “Bienvenue en France”. Un de ses piliers est l’augmentation des frais d’inscription pour les étudiants étrangers extra-communautaires. Malgré la surprise de la communauté universitaire, il s’agit d’une très ancienne revendication de la Conférence des Présidents d’Université (voir p. 37 et 42 des actes du colloque CPU 2001). Plus...

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05 janvier 2019

Education must meet the needs of a flexible, versatile workforce

Screenshot-2018-4-19 Techno-News BlogTechno-News Blog. College costs too much. In both time and money, a four-year residential degree has rapidly become unaffordable for the vast majority of students, just as the bachelor’s degree has become a requirement for entry-level jobs. More...

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20 décembre 2018

New online tool projects total costs of attending each public S.C. university

University Business Magazine logoA new tool from the state’s higher education oversight agency aims to give students a glimpse of just how much it actually costs to attend classes, buy books and live on campus at any of South Carolina’s four-year public universities. More...

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19 décembre 2018

Commission creep: ELT sector concerns rise over agent costs

By Amy Baker. Several stakeholders representing English language teaching businesses have voiced concerns that the rates of commission that education agents are charging is rising to a point that is becoming unsustainable for schools to pay and remain profitable. More...

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18 décembre 2018

After food, housing and financial aid, how much do S.C. colleges really cost?

University Business Magazine logo After tuition, students have to pay for housing, food and books. But all of those costs can be offset with financial aid. After all the numbers are added up, the actual cost of attending school can be much different than it looked at first. More...

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Study: College costs are worth attending an institution

University Business Magazine logoAfter students graduate from high school, most parents encourage them to continue their education at a trade school or a university or to enter the workforce. Attending college can be expensive, but local college officials said the cost is worth it. More...

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17 décembre 2018

Well, Yeah...

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/styles/large/public/confessions_of_a_community_college_dean_blog_header.jpgBy Matt Reed. I was surprised to see the headline “Why Teaching Engineering Costs More than Teaching English,” but not because the content was surprising. I was surprised that it was news. More...

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