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Imperial College Business School and Corndel partner to deliver Apprenticeship Programmes

Imperial College Business School (@ImperialBiz) and Corndel (@CorndelTraining) have launched a new strategic partnership that brings together the academic excellence of a world-leading business school and the expertise of the country’s leading professional apprenticeship provider. The partnership will result in the creation of several world-class, high-impact training courses. In England these can be fully funded through the Government’s Apprenticeship Levy.

Firming-up student pipeline key to bolstering physics output in Sub-Saharan Africa, survey reveals

Attracting and retaining students at undergraduate and postgraduate level has been identified as a key barrier to improving physics-based research output in sub-Saharan Africa, a new survey undertaken by the Association of Commonwealth Universities (@The_ACU) and the Institute of Physics (IOP) has revealed.

LSE & FourthRev launch first Career Accelerator in data analytics

 FourthRev, the digital education company, and The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) are announcing today the launch of the online Data Analytics Career Accelerator. Built in collaboration with global technology companies and leading employers, this Career Accelerator delivers an immersive, project-based, and fully online experience available to learners anywhere in the world. The programme empowers participants with the technical, analytical and human skills necessary to launch or advance a career in the digital economy, and provides the project portfolio and job matching support to enable graduates to successfully secure new employment in data-focused roles.

New Report Reveals The Amount England Bears Due To Lack of Early Years Support

The cost of inadequate early years support to the economy of England is more than £16 billion a year – almost equivalent to 20% of departmental spending on schools and education. 

Racism's impact on international politics explored in new webinar series by LSE IDEAS

LSE IDEAS @lseideas (The London School of Economics’ foreign policy think tank) is launching a webinar series to discuss the subjects of racism and international politics. Alongside COVID-19, the killing of George Floyd, and subsequent demonstrations in response to it, have exposed the longstanding racism and racial inequality that persists in today’s society. In response to calls for change, LSE IDEAS is launching a series to investigate the impact of racism in politics and international relations.

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