Aga Khan University’s Center for Innovation in Medical Education has become South Asia’s first simulation-based educational institution to be accredited by the US Society for Simulation in Healthcare.
As many as 98 Pakistani students have arrived United States to study for one semester under the Global Undergraduate Semester Exchange Program (Global UGRAD), funded by the U.S. government.
They say money can’t buy happiness…. But only if you think admission in Stanford or Yale is not happiness
They say everything is possible in the US, the land of dreams. And the saying becomes truer if you own the right amount of cash. The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has unearthed a fresh US college admissions scandal involving millions of dollars and some noted personalities in America, revealing how the rich connived and used big bucks to get their children enrolled in top colleges in America.
Global rankings provide no meaningful measure of education quality at universities across the world. International experts present their case.
By Philip G Altbach and Ellen Hazelkorn
The most influential global academic rankings – the highly influential Shanghai Academic Rankings of World Universities (ARWU), Times Higher Education World University Rankings and QS Top University Rankings – have been in existence for more than a decade and are now a major force in shaping higher education worldwide.
Extremely credible higher education think tank QS has released its 2018 ranking for international universities with the highest graduate employability, with Stanford University retaining the top spot for the second year running.