If you’re looking for a pathway into Macquarie University in Sydney, SIBT is the study choice for you. Over 3,600 students currently choose to study at SIBT, Australia’s leading pathway provider.
SIBT offers pathway programs to Macquarie University’s North Ryde campus on the outskirts of Sydney and to Macquarie City Campus in the heart of Sydney’s central business district.
SIB offers Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation Program (Pre-University) and Higher Education Diplomas. All programs are offered on the Macquarie University campus. An increasing number of SIBT Diploma programs are offered at Macquarie City Campus in the centre of Sydney, which means that in many cases, SIBT students can choose to study on the main university campus or in the heart of Sydney city. SIBT students requiring pre-course English can study at CME, located at Macquarie University or at ACL, located at Macquarie City Campus.
In addition to your studies at SIBT, you can participate in the Global Leadership Program, which offers seminars, networking functions and overseas student exchanges to develop cross-cultural awareness and practical international experience. SIBT students also have access to the U@MQ student services organisation, with over 60 student clubs and a wide range of events and entertainment.
No matter which study location you choose you’ll have access to the following university facilities:
computers, internet, printing and online study material
one of Australia’s largest undergraduate libraries
sports and aquatic centre
cafes, restaurants and bars
seven hectares of playing fields including cricket, soccer and hockey
a range of on-campus services including a pharmacy, post office, travel agency, book shop and Travelodge 3 star hotel
About Macquarie University
Macquarie University is internationally recognised as ‘Australia’s Innovative University’. Throughout the 40 years of its history, Macquarie has been consistently recognised for the delivery of innovative programs, outstanding academic achievements, its leadership, internationalisation and collaboration with industry.
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César Ritz Colleges Switzerland is one of the world’s leading hospitality educational establishments, offering a truly unique opportunity for you to embark on a successful career in tourism and hotel management.
Imagine a career that takes you all over the world, where you have the skills and confidence to be a leader in your chosen field. We can help you to discover your full potential with a multicultural setting with fellow students from a diversity of nations, plus highly personalised one-to-one training that focuses on your individual strengths.
We provide the perfect foundation for your career, so come and join a winning team with César Ritz Colleges Switzerland.
PREPARE FOR SUCCESS
César Ritz graduates are industry professionals and leaders who exceed expectations through their persistent dedication to excellence. The programme focus on hospitality and tourism management combined with specialisations in sustainability and entrepreneurship allows you to explore in depth your desired field. Furthermore, start your career with your own business plan thanks to the Business Planning project as part of the Bachelor programme.
The faculty includes published authors and researchers, internationally recognised professors and professional instructors. These inspiring and dedicated tutors bring a wealth of experience from many specialist areas of the tourism and hospitality sector, including five-star luxury hotel management, cruise ship operations, professional chefs, human resources, marketing and environmental tourism.
For Bachelor students, the Washington State University faculty, composed of professors and those with doctorates, teach terms seven and eight of the Bachelor degree, bringing American business and research expertise to the programme.
All programmes on a César Ritz Colleges course combine theoretical coursework with practical internships. The latter provides the opportunity for students to put into practice the skills they learn during tutorials and workshops; nothing prepares you better for your career than ‘hands-on’ experience in a real-life working environment.
César Ritz Colleges actively encourages students to undertake internships in Switzerland to gain from the high quality of training available at Swiss institutions. Its strong industry links ensure 100% success rate in finding students appropriate positions in the Swiss hotel and tourism industry with more than 80% of students placed in four and five-star hotels.
The minimum monthly gross salary for an internship position in Switzerland is CHF 2,172.-
CAREER ‘HOTSPOT’ TOURS
Hospitality is a global industry and César Ritz graduates work all around the world pursuing successful international careers across five continents.
In light of the international aspect of the industry César Ritz Colleges has developed the unique concept of taking our students to experience the ‘hotspots’ of the hotel and tourism industry. Designed to inform and inspire career choices, each tour combines a number of behind-the-scenes hotel visits, presentations, interviews with human resource personnel, alumni meetings and trips to tourist attractions.
It is a great way of giving our student’s first-hand experience of what it would be like to live and work in a foreign city, country and region: an invaluable indicator of whether a job abroad is something that might appeal to you.
After successful trips to Beijing, Dubai/Abu Dhabi, Miami/Fort Lauderdale, Panama and Hong Kong/Guangzhou/Macao, where will César Ritz Colleges Switzerland take you next?
WITH YOU ALL THE WAY
Campus life at César Ritz Colleges is an experience in itself.
With three campuses in Switzerland; 250 students in Le Bouveret, 200 in Lucerne and 350 in Brig. The small class sizes at César Ritz Colleges offers the ideal learning environment where we are able to provide focused one-to-one attention and guidance to each student.
During your time with us you will be assigned a personal faculty adviser, and, of course, the Career Team provides you with a dedicated service throughout your programme.
You can also benefit from the mentoring of students who are happy to assist you in your studies.
ENGLISH FOUNDATION PROGRAMME
Through the English Foundation Programme offered by the Swiss Education Group students can improve their English skills before starting their hospitality course.
FOUR INTAKES PER YEAR
Students can choose to start their academic studies in January, April, July or October allowing flexibility to students of all nationalities.
All students receive an iPad on arrival, which they will use throughout their studies and is theirs to keep after graduation. César Ritz Colleges is committed to using the latest technologies to aid students in their studies.
Source : http://www.ritz.edu
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Delhi, Hong Kong and Singapore – Raffles Delhi, Raffles Hong Kong and Raffles Singapore were proud to host giant fashion group Inditex, owner of international fashion-forward brands like ZARA, Pull & Bear,Massimo Dutti and Bershka, during their campus visits. The company came to Raffles campuses in hopes of finding fresh blood for their international internships and their ZARA GO! programme. The latter offers candidates an opportunity to work at the headquarters of Inditex in Galicia, Spain for one year to master the operations of the company. Upon completion of their training, candidates can work in an Asian country of their choice.
The international interviewing panel from Inditex was led by Human Resources Director of ZARA India Ms. Betty Catharine Hygrell, Human Resources Manager Ms. Manvi Burman, Mr. Jose Luis, recruitment team of ZARA China, and Ms Christina Velesco Diez from Human Resources Asia.
With more than 6,200 stores in 86 countries and a consumer base of millions, ZARA’s visit naturally created a
big buzz among Raffles Designers and Entrepreneurs. Soon-to-be graduates saw it as an opportunity to enter
the industry of their dreams that was not to be missed.
Zara’s visit to our college has been an enriching experience, as we got to learn about how the brand and industry works in great detail,” said Garima Singh, a student of Fashion Marketing and Management. “It has been really helpful for me in my area of study, as I now know the different roles and tasks of people in the various job fields in such a brand. We got a chance to interact and learn from them, as well as the chance to submit our CVs to them which is a big opportunity for all of us.
Raffles Creative Practitioners were similarly appreciative of the educational experience that their students got.
“These kind of international activities make our students more conscious of how the world of fashion works”, said
Maria Cuadrado, who teaches Fashion Marketing.
“Having the opportunity to access information straight from the horse’s mouth is really valuable. Also, being interviewed by professional recruiters is a great experience for an international school.” Zurina Naicker, a Fashion Design Creative Practitioner, echoed her colleague’s sentiments, praising the team for being “highly experienced,
well prepared and enthusiastic.
Laura, part of the ZARA team, had nothing but compliments for Raffles talents, saying, “All of them come from a very
strong background in fashion and they are also very business-minded, which is something that ZARA is looking for to
join the team.” Laura also revealed her excitement in having long-term collaborations with Raffles to engage more
Raffles thanks Inditex for their visit, and wishes all hopeful candidates the best of luck.
The rise of the National University of Singapore (NUS) to the top of the QS University Rankings: Asia is the latest evidence of Singapore’s strengthened position as a regional education leader. Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU) also jumped in the rankings this year, from 9th position to 7th, cementing the reputation of Singapore’s top universities as among the region’s best. Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) followed NUS to secure second place.
NUS supplanted The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) as the region’s top-ranked university. This is the first time since the QS Asia rankings began in 2009 that a university from Hong Kong has failed to secure the coveted top spot. In compiling the rankings, QS weighs factors such as academic and employer reputation, citations, numbers of international faculty and students, and inbound and outbound exchanges.
In a recent University World News article, Ben Sowter, QS head of research, said the rankings confirm the emergence of Singapore and Korea as the region’s new major players in higher education, ending the dominance of Hong Kong and Japan.
“Both NUS and KAIST have benefitted from major government investment in research; while operating in English has helped them attain new levels of global engagement,” he added.
The rise of NUS and NTU in regional tables reflects the Singapore government’s commitment to funding a strategic, gradual expansion of its education system. As University World News notes, NUS and NTU are currently benefitting from a S$16.1 billion (US$12.9 billion) government programme to improve their performance in science, technology, and innovation.
Singapore’s universities rise at time of increased regional mobility
These regional shifts come at a time when the Association for Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries are ratcheting up ambitious goals for intra-regional student mobility. Plans for increased cooperation across the ASEAN states are anchored by four priority areas: student mobility, credit transfers, quality assurance, and the establishment of research clusters.
Singapore is hoping that increased prestige of local institutions will also keep more of its own students closer to home. In support of that goal, in recent years it has launched an ambitious plan to expand higher education opportunities for Singaporean students. In response to these government priorities, many of Singapore’s universities have begun to grow student pathways from secondary to post-secondary institutions in order to support an increase in the number of domestic students studying in-country.
Late last year, Channel NewsAsia highlighted how two Singaporean universities are increasing programme and pathway options for domestic students. The Singapore Institute of Management University (UniSIM), for example, is expanding offerings to include broad-based education in business and accounting, while the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) will offer highly specialised engineering programmes in rail and software. Both institutions were recently upgraded to university status by the Singapore government as part of far-reaching higher education reforms.
In the article, Lim Biow Chuan, the chair of Singapore’s Government Parliamentary Committee for Education, said:
“As we create more places for our local students, I suppose the hope is that more of our students will not think about going overseas unless they have no choice, but that they will enrol in the local universities.”
Increased pathway options part of slow, strategic expansion
Singapore hosts over 70,000 international students annually, although the government has begun to cap spaces for international students in order to expand space for domestic students in recent years. Nevertheless, Singapore remains an attractive destination as a safe, tolerant, multicultural, and technologically advanced country that also allows foreign students to work for up to 16 hours a week while enrolled in full-time studies.
A recent article in the Hong Kong Education Post highlights Singapore’s appeal to students from Hong Kong, in particular. According to the article, one of the key selling features for Hong Kong students is Singapore’s Tuition Grant Scheme (TGS), which helps offset the cost of tuition for international students. The Tuition Grant Scheme was introduced in 1980 and permits non-Singaporean students enrolled in full-time diploma or undergraduate courses in many institutions to apply for a tuition subsidy. Other attractive features for Hong Kong students include the use of English and Mandarin in the classroom and the geographical proximity of Singapore.
Pathways to Singapore universities. Source: Hong Kong Education Post
Cost challenges on the horizon
Even with these recent indications of Singapore’s continuing – even growing – strength as a regional hub, there are warning signs that growth in student numbers may become more difficult to achieve moving forward. Singapore’s economy remains strong – it managed growth of between 3.5 and 4% in 2013 – and unemployment and inflation are still relatively low. Rapid growth, however, has brought some challenges.
According to East Asia Forum, one of the key hurdles facing the nation is how to maintain a strong quality of life for citizens. There are concerns in some quarters, for example, about increased poverty and the affordability of healthcare.
For students (both domestic and international), one of the pressing concerns is the rising cost of living. A recent article in ChinaDaily Asia suggests that the very growth that drives Singapore’s robust economy has made it an increasingly expensive country in which to live and work. Indeed, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) reports that Singapore has recently surpassed Tokyo as the world’s most expensive city.
“Over the last decade, a 40% currency appreciation coupled with solid price inflation has consistently pushed Singapore up the ranking,” said the EIU.
The Strait Times adds, “There is little doubt that Singapore’s high costs challenge the country’s competitive edge.” The same article, however, also points out that the value Singapore adds as a business destination – strong global competitiveness and exceptional transportation links, among other factors – outweighs these rising costs. And fair to say that other cities in Asia are facing similar cost increases.
In any case, concerns about cost have so far done little to challenge Singapore’s steady rise as a regional education power. With its leading universities now occupying two of the top spots in an important regional ranking, increasing attention will be paid to Singapore as both a destination for further study and as a leader in attracting impressive new talent to its shores.
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MGEI offers one year preparatory programs. In preparatory program Student learn German language and other subjects related to their main course. After getting B2 level In German language, students get admission in state universities with our assistance, where they get free education. We have partnership with more than 30 state universities (and also with the partner Hospitals).
We offer the following preparatory programs and courses:
ANT (Advance Nursing Training Program), MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine), Doctor of Medicine (MD specialization program in Germany), The Physiotherapy and German Language Program, IT programs etc.
Huge Benefits to Students
• Students will get free education in State Universities. (Except the negligible fee for utilities)
• Students have not to pay every semester high fee as they pay in other countries.
• Students will get Stipend as (min 400 Euros) every month.
• More opportunities for jobs after finishing courses.
• As everybody knows Germany is land of Technology so here are more jobs for International students.
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The University of Otago is New Zealand’s first university and a vibrant international centre of learning.
The University of Otago is New Zealand’s first university and a vibrant international centre of learning.
It was established in 1869 by Scottish settlers with a strong conviction in the transforming power of education.
Today the University has about 20,000 students, from all over New Zealand and from nearly 100 countries around the world.
The University of Otago is New Zealand’s most research-intensive university, and the highest ranked for the quality of its research. Otago academics have won the largest share of the prestigious Marsden Fund for five years in a row.
In contrast to many other distinguished research universities, however, we also put a great emphasis on the quality of undergraduate teaching. Even first year students have the opportunity to be taught by academics who are world leaders in their field
The University of Queensland (UQ) adalah di atas 100 universitas di seluruh dunia, yang diukur melalui sejumlah peringkat universitas besar independen: Ranking Akademik Universitas Dunia, Times Higher Education World University Rankings, QS World University Rankings dan, Ranking Kinerja Makalah Ilmiah untuk Universitas Dunia. UQ juga merupakan universitas terbesar di Queensland.
Penelitian global positioning Universitas disorot oleh pemilihan lima ilmuwan UQ ke Akademi Ilmu Pengetahuan Australia (AAS) pada tahun 2013 – seperempat dari 20 Fellows baru dan yang paling dari setiap institusi di negara ini.
Lima Fellows baru bergabung dengan grup yang ada dari 19 UQ ilmuwan mengaku kepada AAS sebagai Fellows sejak tahun 1988, sehingga jumlah akademisi UQ yang tergabung dalam salah satu dari empat akademi bergengsi belajar di Australia sampai 95.
Beredar Universitas 200.000-plus alumni termasuk seorang pemenang Nobel, CEO sebuah perusahaan Fortune 500, pemenang Academy Award, dan pemimpin di pemerintahan, hukum, ilmu pengetahuan, pelayanan publik dan seni. Universitas merayakan alumni sebagai aset terbesar. Prestasi mereka membuat Universitas besar – dan, sebagai imbalannya, Universitas akan bekerja keras untuk memperkuat reputasinya.
UQ merupakan salah satu dari hanya tiga anggota Australia global Universitas 21, anggota pendiri Group of Eight (Go8) universitas, dan anggota dari Universitas Australia.
UQ memiliki fokus yang kuat pada keunggulan mengajar, memenangkan Pengajaran lebih Australia dan Dewan Belajar Awards untuk Pengajaran Excellence dari yang lain di negara ini dan menarik mayoritas berprestasi akademik tertinggi di Queensland, serta interstate atas dan mahasiswa di luar negeri.
Pada tahun 2012, Universitas memiliki lebih dari 46.000 mahasiswa, termasuk 11.000 mahasiswa internasional dari 134 negara. Memiliki salah satu dari pendaftaran PhD terbesar di Australia, dengan lebih dari 12.600 mahasiswa pascasarjana, dan merayakan 10.000 th kelulusan PhD tahun lalu.
The UQ Keuntungan memberikan siswa dengan kesempatan, pilihan dan dukungan yang akan memungkinkan mereka untuk mencapai aspirasi masing-masing, untuk menjadi pemimpin di bidang yang mereka pilih dan untuk memberikan dampak positif pada masyarakat di mana mereka tinggal. Selain fleksibilitas dalam pilihan program manfaat mahasiswa termasuk kesempatan untuk menikmati berbagai kegiatan ekstrakurikuler selama masa studi mereka. Ada studi di luar negeri peluang dan akses ke lebih dari 100 klub dan masyarakat, serta fasilitas olahraga dan budaya.
The UQ Graduate School menawarkan dukungan yang signifikan untuk penelitian mahasiswa tingkat yang lebih tinggi melalui berbagai beasiswa dan penghargaan perjalanan penelitian, ruang kantor khusus, pelatihan keterampilan dan kesempatan pengembangan profesional. Universitas memperkenalkan UQ Karir Advantage Program PhD – lain pertama nasional – yang dirancang untuk mempercepat pengembangan karir PhD siswa dan meningkatkan kerja mereka.
Bukti menunjukkan bahwa penelitian Universitas unggul dalam kualitas dan dampak. Menurut 2012 Keunggulan dalam Inovasi untuk Australia sidang, banyak proyek penelitian di UQ telah disampaikan manfaat ekonomi, sosial dan lingkungan yang luar biasa. Proyek-proyek yang dinilai adalah:
Vaksin kanker serviks Gardasil ®
Tiga P Parenting Program
Perubahan regulasi pestisida karena penelitian kontaminasi dioxin
Perkembangan teknologi fabrikasi titanium untuk bahan kedirgantaraan
Peningkatan pencitraan untuk sistem MRI
GroundProbe Slope Stability Radar, digunakan pada lokasi tambang.
UQ juga memiliki bidang yang lebih khusus penelitian “baik di atas standar dunia” dari universitas Australia lainnya, menurut 2012 Keunggulan dalam Penelitian untuk Australia (ERA) penilaian.
Pada tahun 2012, UQ menduduki negara untuk Australian Research Council penelitian awal karir dan pendanaan secara keseluruhan.
Dengan empat kampus utama, yang terletak di St Lucia dan Herston di Brisbane, dan Ipswich dan Gatton di Tenggara Queensland, Universitas telah berinvestasi secara substansial dalam pembangunan dan pengembangan, membantu menciptakan lingkungan yang besar di mana untuk belajar dan penelitian. UQ berkomitmen untuk mengembangkan ruang state-of-the-art belajar yang sejalan dengan tuntutan industri dan harapan.
UQ telah mendirikan delapan lembaga penelitian, banyak dengan fokus multidisiplin:
Australian Institute for Bioengineering dan Nanoteknologi;
Global Change Institute;
Institute for Molecular Bioscience;
Lembaga Penelitian Ilmu Sosial;
Queensland Aliansi Pertanian dan Inovasi Pangan;
Queensland Brain Institute;
Mineral Institute berkelanjutan; dan
UQ Diamantina Institute.
UQ juga merupakan mitra di Translational Research Institute (TRI) – Australia pertama yang mewakili masa depan dalam penelitian biomedis. TRI memiliki kapasitas untuk menemukan, memproduksi, menguji dan memproduksi perawatan baru dan vaksin dalam satu lokasi.
UQ menarik lebih dari $ 80 juta dalam pendanaan penelitian dari industri dan peringkat pertama di antara universitas-universitas Australia untuk pendapatan lisensi, nilai kepemilikan ekuitas dan pengungkapan penemuan, paten Australia yang baru dan perusahaan start-up aktif. Universitas ini juga berterima kasih kepada banyak alumni dan anggota masyarakat yang menyumbangkan terhadap pengajaran dan inisiatif penelitian.
UniQuest, yang didirikan oleh UQ pada tahun 1984, adalah salah satu perusahaan komersialisasi riset terkemuka di Australia. Portofolio inovasi UniQuest meliputi vaksin blockbuster pertama Australia Gardasil ®, terbesar biotek IPO Australia (QRxPharma Ltd), Triple P Positif Program Parenting yang diakui dunia internasional, dan teknologi superkonduktor UQ, digunakan dalam dua-pertiga dari dunia mesin MRI.
Sumber : http://www.uq.edu.au
Hanya dalam waktu setengah abad, University of Waterloo, terletak di jantung Kanada teknologi hub, telah menjadi universitas yang komprehensif terkemuka dengan 35.100 siswa penuh dan paruh waktu di program sarjana dan pascasarjana. Secara konsisten berada diperingkat tertinggi sebagai inovatif universitas di Kanada , Waterloo adalah pusat bagi penelitian lanjutan dan pengajaran di bidang ilmu pengetahuan dan teknik, kesehatan, lingkungan, seni dan ilmu sosial. Dari komputasi kuantum dan nanoteknologi untuk psikologi klinis dan penelitian ilmu kesehatan, Waterloo membawa ide-ide dan pikiran cemerlang bersama, inspirasi inovasi dengan dampak yang nyata saat ini dan di masa depan.
Sebagai rumah bagi program pendidikan terbesar dunia pasca-sekolah menengah koperasi, Waterloo mencakup koneksi ke dunia dan mendorong kemitraan giat dalam belajar, penelitian, dan komersialisasi. Dengan kampus dan pusat pendidikan di empat benua, dan kemitraan akademik mencakup dunia, Waterloo membentuk masa depan planet ini.
Sumber : http://www.uwaterloo.ca