Browsing All posts tagged under »Higher edcuation«

Coming big bang for French Business Schools

January 25, 2015

0

This post is a translation from an article written by Olivier Basso, Associate Professor at CNAM and Thomas Durand, Professor of Strategic Management at CNAM and published in Les Echos on 23/01/2015 and available here: http://www.lesechos.fr/idees-debats/editos-analyses/0204092637475-le-big-bang-annonce-des-business-schools-francaises-1085992.php#xtor=CS1-2. All rights reserved by the author and the publisher. This translation is only aimed at non-French readers who would […]

Is higher education the last industry where the final customers (companies) are not paying? (a controversial post)

January 29, 2013

1

The short term aim of higher education is to provide graduates who will be ready to be employed by companies and organisations. As such, the final customer has never been the student but the companies. And outside of rare exceptions, companies are not directly paying for that. In light of the mounting debts for graduates […]