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Why Madrid lost the race?Why Madrid lost the race?

With political economic uncertainly erupting around the globe, Tokyo outshone its more risky opponents Istanbul and Madrid.  Leer ms

What do we know about sleep?What do we know about sleep?

Russell Foster is a circadian neuroscientist who studies the sleep cycles of the brain. In a Ted Talk he asks: What do we know about sleep?  Leer ms

Public Petition for the right to appealPublic Petition for the right to appeal

Ibercampus.eu has researched and discovered that Spanish journalists receive a very different treatment from the European journalists. Leer ms

Should You Work For Free?Should You Work For Free?

One of the biggest decisions for most college students is weighing the options of paid and unpaid internship opportunities. A student may find the perfect internship job as far as experience is concerned but it is unpaid.  Leer ms

What and how adolescents should eat?What and how adolescents should eat?

From anorexia and asthma to cataracts, diabetes and obesity, illnesses and conditions that develop in middle age very often originate in childhood and adolescence. Evidence suggests that if adolescents had healthier lifestyles, they would enjoy a much better quality of life as adults.  Leer ms

Questions to ask or to avoid in an interviewQuestions to ask or to avoid in an interview

A two-way interview is often lost on many job candidates, especially in this period of high unemployment, when it seems like employers hold all the cards. However, the candidate should also ask all questions to consider if the job matchs him.  Leer ms

Keep studying or start working?Keep studying or start working?

A number of recent reports suggest that many college graduates are overqualified for their jobs. The tough job market has prompted young jobseekers to lower their sights, other prefer to keep blind to the job market and develop their studies. Leer ms

Paid or unpaid internship?Paid or unpaid internship?

Interns usually agree to work for free in exchange for training and job prospects. However, their conditions are not ruled and the first priority of EU institutions is to establish a consistent set of criteria and rules, that can ensure the respect of the rights of the interns. Leer ms

How many calories?How many calories?

A recent study shows that including calorie information for each food item, plus the recommendations on how many calories are appropriate to consume during one meal, or over the course of a day, doesnt turn people off purchasing what they really want to eat. Leer ms

How do the EU and China compare with regards to science and technology?How do the EU and China compare with regards to science and technology?

China has recently built the worlds fastest computer. The computer is capable of the sustained computing of 33 860 trillion calculations per second. These supercomputers work best for modelling weather systems, stimulating nuclear explosions and designing jetliners.  Leer ms

Do professionals needs to challenge Communication skills?Poor continuing education

Do professionals needs to challenge Communication skills?

The European Communication Directors continous education is poorly organized, according to a communications study funded by the EU. As a result, senior communication professionals believe that there are significant weaknesses in the capacity to exercise their career. If this issue is not addressed, it will become a vital challenges for the European organizations in the next 10 years. Leer ms

How much does the EU spend on the Erasmus programme?Erasmus budget

How much does the EU spend on the Erasmus programme?

In the current budgetary period (2007-13) the EU has allocated 3.1 billion for the Erasmus programme. In 2011-12 the total budget was around 494 million, of which around 473 million was used to support student and staff mobility.  Leer ms

What happiness depends on?World Database of Happiness

What happiness depends on?

According to studies from all over the globe collated by the World Happiness Database in Rotterdam, we can be happy, however the path to happiness depends on what we are looking for . Leer ms

How many CVs must be sent to find work?Europes young jobless

How many CVs must be sent to find work?

As youth unemployment rates continue to rise across Europe, people tell of their struggles to get a job and fears for the future.  Leer ms

Why are Brazilians protesting the World Cup?Brazil is paying a high price

Why are Brazilians protesting the World Cup?

The Brazilian government has already spent $13.7 billion on the World Cup, and the overall investment is set to be over $ 16.5 billion, only a little less than the annual national budget for education ($19 billion). Such investments hugely benefit construction companies that are main financers of political campaigns.  Leer ms

Is there equal access to top universities?Poor students are excluded

Is there equal access to top universities?

Top-flight universities have been warned to "up their game" after a new report shows they are awarding places to fewer students from state schools and poor families compared with a decade ago. Leer ms

Can online education replace a college experience?New university education model

Can online education replace a college experience?

Moocs (massive open online courses) allow anyone, anywhere to access learning, without discriminating on grounds of race, gender or wealth. Leer ms

Why should students study abroad?Pros and Cons

Why should students study abroad?

In a survey of alumni conducted by the Institute for the International Education of Students (IES) of over 3,400 respondents, 95% stated that study abroad had a lasting impact on their world view.  Leer ms

What is the Youth Guarantee and how it is financed?Sustainable labour market integration of young

What is the Youth Guarantee and how it is financed?

The Youth Guarantee is one of the most crucial and urgent reforms required to address youth unemployment and to improve school work transitions. Leer ms

 Is there a future for young people in Spain?Young people drama

Is there a future for young people in Spain?

Two thirds of young people in Spain are looking for work abroad, according to ESADE InfoJobs report. Leer ms

Which is the easiest language to learn?Top Ten easiest languages

Which is the easiest language to learn?

Language learning varies massively according to a learners time allowance, resources, and motivation.  Leer ms

Is distance learning the future of education?Online education

Is distance learning the future of education?

Online course users not always complete the course. They often do, but many students also just audit or sample classes and then drop them very quickly. Leer ms

Why the academic world is so hostile to Wikipedia?Online resources

Why the academic world is so hostile to Wikipedia?

Most universities and academics distrust the service Leer ms

How students with Aspergers face university?Autism spectrum

How students with Aspergers face university?

Many adults with Aspergers are undiagnosed, and thats why its important to raise awareness. Leer ms

The European Commission against interchange feesShould we save the Euro at all costs?

The European Commission against interchange fees

The European Commission likes to talk about money. His natural inclination to harmonize the market in all the countries of the Union pushes the European Institution to another workspace: interchange fees.  Leer ms
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