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Washington DC and Bangalore-based fintech company MPOWER Financing, which facilitates funding solutions for international students pursuing higher education in the US universities, has raised $6 million (nearly Rs40 crore) in funding. The round was led by private equity firm Zephyr Peacock India.
University of Missouri, a member of the Association of American Universities, and Revature, a leading technology talent development company, today announced Revature at Mizzou, a breakthrough, no-cost coding bootcamp for...
Today it is widely accepted - if often still debated - that job preparation is one of the fundamental purposes of higher education. College-issued credentials play a major role in the way employers evaluate talent and make hiring decisions, and...
Over the past decade, the number of international students earning bachelor's degrees at U.S. colleges and universities has increased by 73 percent. Much of this growth has been concentrated at the most..
Let's say you just graduated from college with a good foundation in software development, and you're looking to get a great job as a software engineer, but you don't have any work experience. Suppose some outfit came along and offered...
Everything today is being unbundled: television, hotels, even the European Union. Some education reformers would like the university to be next.
The University of Missouri, a member of the Association of American Universities, and Revature, a leading technology talent development company, today announced Revature at Mizzou, a breakthrough, no-cost coding bootcamp for MU graduates of any major, that teaches front-end development languages and places students to work within top companies upon completion.
With nearly 8 million Americans unemployed and looking for work while nearly 6 million jobs remain unfilled, it's fair to say that technology has not disrupted the labor market in a good way.