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A Skills beyond School Review of England. OECD Reviews of Vocational Education and Training. This book examines vocational education and training programmes in England, including coverage of how they are changing, how they are funded, how they are linked to academic and university programmes and how employers and unions are involved.
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This year, more than 23 million people across the OECD and other G20 countries will start university for the first time. They are about to commit themselves to years of study, expecting to gain not just a diploma but also the specific knowledge and skills required to fulfil the needs of their profession and their everyday life.
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Entre 2000 et 2011, le nombre d’étudiants en mobilité internationale a plus que doublé. Aujourd’hui, près de 4.5 millions d’étudiants suivent une formation de niveau tertiaire dans un pays dont ils ne sont pas ressortissants.
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Las instituciones terciarias no sólo deben satisfacer la creciente demanda de la educación universitaria al expandir el número de lugares que ofrecen, sino que también deben adaptar los programas y métodos de enseñanza a las necesidades cambiantes de una generación de estudiantes más diversa.
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Indicateurs de l'éducation à la loupe No. 13 - Transition des études à la vie active : quelles difficultés ?
09/07/2013 - The United States should improve postsecondary career and technical training provisions to help students transition smoothly into education programs and the labor market, according to a new OECD report published today.
Dr Barbara Ischinger, Director of Education and Skills, OECD, France - Better Skills, Better Lives (Tackling the global talent gap - Global Skills Exchange, Leipzig Germany, 6th July 2013)
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A Skills beyond School Review of the United States, OECD Reviews of Vocational Education and Training
The economies of OECD countries need specific occupational skills. Vocational education and training (VET) systems, which supply these skills, are now under intensive scrutiny to determine if they can deliver the skills required, and ensure that they adapt to fast-changing needs.
International students are one of the fastest growing parts of the global education system. In just 20 years their numbers have more than doubled, and there are now over 4 million young people currently studying abroad to get their degree