Critics say near-60% fall in trainee numbers are down to overly complex rules and difficulty in accessing funds
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British universities face potential challenges if they are left outside the ‘Sorbonne process’, experts warn
Few places move as fast as Dubai. But where is it heading? And where it goes, will others follow?
Facebook plans to let people see if they had "liked" pages created by "foreign actors" to spread propaganda during the US presidential election.
From sharing bicycle to sharing car, China's sharing economy has now swept into the book industry.
Produce growers use many methods to keep fruits and vegetables from spoiling as they make their way through the "cold chain" that transports them from farm to shelf
When reality boxes in President Donald Trump, he simply chooses his own alternative, convenient truth.
Skype's call and messaging service has been removed from app stores in China, including the Apple app store.
Four major U.S. companies — IBM, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Lincoln Electric — are ready to expand their apprenticeship programs and poised to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) and the U.S. Labor Department (DOL).
Colleges and universities aren’t eager to punish students who shout down speakers, but they must follow their own policies and foster an environment conducive to free speech, experts say.