What Happens When Their School Doesn’t Offer Physics? Rural Students Head Online

What Happens When Their School Doesn’t Offer Physics? Rural Students Head Online

This story is part of the special series United And Divided, which explores the links and rifts between rural and urban America. Schools in rural school districts often don’t have the budget or the teachers to offer students all of the courses they would like to take. One rural district in a Missouri county decided to offer credit for online classes in an effort to give its students the educational opportunities it can’t otherwise afford. In Jefferson County in eastern Missouri, the high school, middle school and elementary school that make…

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Rs 1 crore scholarship offer for undergraduate programme in Australia, deadline June 30

Rs 1 crore scholarship offer for undergraduate programme in Australia, deadline June 30

Indian students interested in studying in Australia can apply for Sydney-based public research university Macquarie’s second edition Big History International Student Undergraduate Scholarship, available for all undergraduate courses. To qualify, students have to complete a MOOC course on the evolution of the universe and the world, titled Big History: Connecting Knowledge through MOOC provider Coursera . The scholarships will cover all tuition fees up to $50,000 AUD per year for an undergraduate degree of a duration of three to four years, depending on the programme of study. This represents a…

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MoU signed to offer education loans sans any guarantee

MoU signed to offer education loans sans any guarantee

Director NITHM S. Chinnam Reddy   | Photo Credit: BY ARRANGEMENT   National Institute of Tourism & Hospitality Management (NITHM) entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Indian Overseas Bank, Gachibowli Branch to facilitate education loans to the students without any guarantee or collateral security. Bank Chief Regional Manager Shivkumar Chaturvedi and Director NITHM S. Chinnam Reddy and other officials were present during the signing on Thursday. Two new education loan schemes — Vidhya Surakhas and Vidhya Jyothi introduced by Government of India are to help students studying…

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Delhi University’s Institute of Home Economics to offer Journalism Honours

Delhi University’s Institute of Home Economics to offer Journalism Honours

Delhi University’s Institute of Home Economics is all set to offer BA Journalism (Hons) course from the upcoming academic session. With this, the Institute of Home Economics becomes the only sixth college in the university to offer the course. Already, five colleges in the university — Lady Sri Ram College for Women, Kalindi College, Kamla Nehru College, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce and Maharaja Agrasen College — offer the undergraduate course. “We have already been teaching specialised courses in communication, radio, film production and print media and we have…

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Hancock’s Online Classes Offer Flexibility for Busy Students

Hancock’s Online Classes Offer Flexibility for Busy Students

Online classes continue to be a popular option for many college students. During the upcoming spring semester, Allan Hancock College will offer more than 80 online classes for busy students who enjoy the flexibility and convenience such classes provide. Students can complete their coursework at home or on campus computers at their own pace, which helps accommodate work, family and/or transportation constraints. Spring 2017 online classes are being offered in a variety of disciplines including accounting, business, drama, economics, English, global studies, fire technology, history, math, philosophy, psychology, speech, and…

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