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30 September 2019

Enquête sur l’Accueil des Etudiants Etrangers en France : Votre Avis Nous Intéresse !

Plus de 7000 étudiants ont déjà répondu à ce questionnaire qui va donner l’occasion à chacun des acteurs concernés d’améliorer les conditions d’accueil des étudiants internationaux en France. Lire la suite

L’Intervention du Dr Sidi Ould Salem, Ministre de l’Enseignement Supérieur, de la Recherche Scientifique et des Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication …

Et le succès technique dans notre pays en général et le succès obtenu par l’École  Polytechnique depuis son entrée dans la compétition dans le monde. Il a également parlé de recherche scientifique et de la création d’un conseil supérieur de la recherche scientifique présidé par le Premier ministre. Lire la suite

More Students Opting for Supplementary Language Courses

Increasing numbers of students in Mauritius are reportedly choosing to learn languages – such as Chinese, German and Russian – in addition to their main university studies, to improve their future prospects. Read more

Offre de bourse dans le Cadre du Programme Canadien de Bourse de la Francophonie (PCBF) pour l’Année 2020

Il est porté à la connaissance des fonctionnaires de l’état et aux fonctionnaires liés par un Contrat à Durée Indéterminée (CDI) avec une institution nationale qu’ils peuvent candidater à une bourse dans le cadre du Programme Canadien de Bourse de la Francophonie (PCBF) pour l’année 2020. Lire la suite

 

31 May 2019

Appel à Candidatures French-African Foundation

Convaincue que les jeunesses d’Afrique et de France appartiennent à une seule génération partageant les responsabilités d’un monde commun, la French-African Foundation souhaite identifier, rassembler et nourrir les talents les plus prometteurs du monde franco-africain des écosystèmes économiques, politiques, universitaires, sociaux et culturels, et soutenir le potentiel de leadership et de gestion de cette nouvelle génération. Lire plus

Students with Disabilities – Ministry Under Fire

A former education minister is among critics who has accused the education ministry in Mauritius of discrimination for refusing a grant to Jane Constance, a blind singer and UNESCO Artist for Peace, to study in the United Kingdom. Read more

 

30 April 2019

Banque : Mauritius Commercial Bank Lance un Institut de Formation

Le groupe financier ouvre une école dédié aux métiers de la banque et de la finance au sein du campus Uniciti à Maurice. Ouvertes à tous, les formations ciblent en priorité les professionnels du secteur. Lire plus

 

31 January 2018

$1 Million Donation Will Help University of Arizona Open Micro-Campuses in Peru and Mauritius

The University of Arizona is opening two more micro-campuses to students in partnership with universities in Lima, Peru, and Reduit, Mauritius, an island nation in the Indian Ocean, in the fall of 2019. Read more

‘Populist’ Free Higher Education Could Cause Problems

While there has been a general public welcome to the New Year’s Day announcement by Mauritian Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth that public higher education would be made free, critics have deplored reckless populism, and expressed fears of economic problems and a drop-in standard. Read more

 

31 December 2018

Higher Education Sector has to be More Responsive to the Emerging Needs of Mauritius, Says Minister

Our higher education sector has to be modernised, it has to be revamped and, above all, it has to be more responsive to the emerging needs of the country, said the Minister of Education and Human Resources, Tertiary Education and Scientific Research, Mrs Leela Devi Dookun-Luchoomun, in her statement on the Higher Education Bill which was adopted by the National Assembly. Read more

 

15 February 2017

National Federation to Help Students with Problems

Student unions at three universities are joining forces to offer help to all students in Mauritius who are experiencing ‘problems’. Read more

 

31 August 2016

The Revival of Polytechnics

As African countries prepared to gain independence in the 1960s, each one started to establish a national university. Mauritius, a small island with a population then of barely three quarters of a million, was no exception. Read more

 

31 July 2016

Technical Education as Viable Path for Skills Acquisition,

Government intends to make of technical education an attractive educational option as we want it to be a viable pathway for the acquisition of skills and competence. Read more

 

15 May 2016

How Universities Can Boost Research Uptake

African institutions can learn from the University of Mauritius’s push to make science visible. Read more

Assessment in Tertiary Education: Shaping Tomorrow’s Leaders

Marking for university degrees in Mauritius is done through continuous assessments and through final examinations, which account for an average of 44% and 56% of total marks respectively. Read more

 

30 April 2016

Elaboration of an Action Plan for The Sector’s Strategic Plan

An Action Plan for the Tertiary Education Strategic Plan, commissioned by the Delegation of the European Union to Mauritius, has been elaborated by a team of Consultants. Read more

 

29 February 2016

Professionalised Study Programmes at Tertiary Level

The possibility for the introduction of professionalised study programmes at tertiary level in Mauritius was discussed on during a meeting with the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM – France), at the Mauritius Institute of Training and Development (MITD) House. Read more

August 2015

More Foreign Students, More Mauritians Study Abroad The number of international students studying in Mauritius increased during 2014 to more than 1,500 from 65 countries, while the number of Mauritians studying abroad also rose, according to the 16th annual Participation in Tertiary Education report. Read more

 

July 2015

Dr Bhavish Jugurnath: “Education is a Key for Economic Development The future of Mauritius will be inextricably linked to its capacity to acquire knowledge and apply new knowledge through a highly trained and specialised workforce, equipped with a range of educational qualifications, experience and commitment. Read more

Prof. Sunjiv Soyjaudah New TEC Director The Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) has appointed Sunjiv Soyjaudah, Professor of the University of Mauritius (UoM), as the new director. However, it is Education Minister Leela Devi Dookun who will have to give the final approval to confirm the appointment of a lecturer at the head of the regulatory body for higher education. Read more

 

June 2015

Two India-Linked Higher Education Institutions to Close Two private higher education institutions in Mauritius, both with Indian links, are to close. The Eastern Institute for Integrated Learning in Management (Mauritius Branch Campus), or EIILM, will shut in December 2015 and the Amity Institute of Higher Education in June 2016, according to press reports. Read more

Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards: Hard Working College Students Rewarded The 9th edition of the outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards was celebrated yesterday at the Mauritius Examinations Syndicate. 80 Mauritian students including those who have come out Top in the World, top in Mauritius and who have achieved outstanding grades in the November 2014 Examinations were rewarded. Read more

 

March 2015

International Culture Day at Middlesex University The Middlesex International Students’ Association of Mauritius (MISAM) held its fourth International Cultural Day on Saturday 28 February 2015 at the Municipality of Quatre Bornes. Read more

Aberystwyth University Comes to Mauritius Aberystwyth University, featuring in the Top 400 universities worldwide in The Times Higher Education World University Rankings, will open its doors in Mauritius in October 2015. Read more

 

FEBRUARY 2015

Studying Abroad: The Cost and the Options Unless a student is entitled to a full scholarship, he/ she will have to arrange for a huge amount to be able to pursue further studies abroad. Read more

Higher Education: The New Revolution In emerging economies, universities are booming: Malaysia and South Africa have added more than 200,000 university places for the young school leavers. Yet the business has changed little since Aristotle taught at the Athenian Lyceum. Read more

 

DECEMBER 2014

Government of Mauritius and Ghana to Step up Collaboration in Fields of Higher Education Collaboration in tertiary education, science, research and technology between Ghana and Mauritius has gone to the next level. Read more

 

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