ELT expenditures in Malta slip as enrolments stall

ELT students in Malta spent around €139m last year, down from €161m in 2015, and accounted for 10.7% of all total guest nights in the country. Profitability of the ELT sector fell for the second year in a row as well. Profit per student week was predicted to have dropped to €35.86 per student, a fall from €42.2 in 2015. Last year, the country welcomed 76,730 students to the country – a minor increase of 1.6% on the previous year. “The international scene in 2016 has not been without strife” This cohort…

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Whats in Palestines first ever education law

RAMALLAH, West Bank — Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas ratified the first Palestinian Law for Education and Higher Education on April 6, after the Cabinet submitted it on March 7 to replace the applicable Arab laws in the Palestinian territories (the Jordanian law in the West Bank and the Egyptian law in the Gaza Strip). The Ministry of Education and Higher Education hopes the new law will bring about “a significant shift in the education system, promote educational development and boost the role of the local community and its institutions in this…

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Research and training top the agenda in Australian state visit to India

In his first trip to the country since he entered office, Malcolm Turnbull was accompanied by Australian education minister, Simon Birmingham, who led a delegation of 120 representatives from Australian universities, industry and training institutions. Turnbull said in a speech that in the fields of education, training, science and innovation, “our dynamic and growing knowledge partnership can be truly transformative.” “We will continue to ensure that we provide outstanding opportunities for Indian students,” he said. “And also that Australian students learn more about India by visiting and studying here including through…

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Getting started with Android Pay in the UK

UK bank Metro has finally signed up for Android’s contactless payment method, following the service’s launch in the UK in May last year. It joins TSB, which was the most recent addition in September, Royal Bank of Scotland, and NatWest (among others) and is open to customers with Android KitKat devices and above, as well owners of the new range of Android Wear 2.0 watches. A recent update in the US saw Android Pay being incorporated into existing banking apps, meaning customers no longer have to use two apps (Google’s…

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Mussoorie, a magical story listening in the hills

Mussoorie, situated in the mountains of Garhwal, gives all the people who visit this place with an outstanding view of the mountains and also of the whole Doon Valley that lies below. This was once the favorite holiday spot for all the British and today, it still retains the reputation of being the most sought after holiday destination for Indians and people across the world. Located at a sky high altitude of 1880 meters above the sea level, this hill gives a picturesque view to one and all visiting the…

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Law of Deca Durabolin Steroids in New Zealand

Steroids are classified in to two types’ anabolic steroids and Corticosteroids. Both types of steroids are artificial synthetic hormones. Corticosteroids are initially developed for medical treatments and are prescribed to the people suffering from chronic diseases such as cancer or AIDS. As, chronic diseases makes the people lose their strength and muscle power, so in order to provide the muscle strength to the people suffering from chronic diseases steroids were developed. This type of steroids is very powerful so as an alternative less powerful type anabolic steroids were developed. In…

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Engendering Better Customer Service in the Telecom Industry

The telecom and cable industry has a very unpredictable market base; you just never know when subscribers will make the switch to a different service provider. Because of this, the chances of losing a subscriber to the competition are very high. If you’re a player in this industry, you need to encourage your customers to keep their subscription. Outsourcing your telecom call center services could be your ticket to better brand loyalty because it contributes a great deal to ensuring a positive customer experience. Provide Stellar Customer Service With so…

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The Prominent Tool to Have a Better Career in IT Industry

CompTIA a certification London is not just the most ideal, but also the most important concept to undertake to have an established IT career. Being new to the IT industry, CompTIA will help you have the best foot forward and the best move anyone can make. The course has been designed in a manner to provide you with all the basic understanding about the computer and its components. It includes understanding and performing all the computer operations on computer hardware and software aspects. For this, one is in need of…

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Reasons to Stay in the UK for Your Holiday This Year

There are plenty of wonderful travel destinations globally that offer visitors an exciting experience. From the Far East to beautiful Latin America, anyone who travels around the world can see diverse and interesting cultures, historical landmarks or simply relax on a sunny beach. However, a lot can also be said for spending your holiday where you live, especially if you live in the UK. With the Peak District, Snowdonia and National Parks, there is a lot to see and do in the United Kingdom. Even if you enjoy spending time…

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Express Your Love by Sending Flowers to Your Valentine in Trichy

Studded with beautiful temples such as the Ranganathaswamy Temple, the Jambukeswarar Temple, and much more, Trichy or Tiruchirappalli is a cosmopolitan city in the state of Tamil Nadu. It has a large number of migrant workers and students from other states owing to the presence of several prominent industrial units and educational centers. Although the city has a Brahminical culture, Valentine’s day has emerged as a recognized event in the recent years. If your Valentine is in Trichy, and you are in some other city, do not need to worry.Many…

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