Tuesday, 17 October, 2017

Education

Parents interested in learning more about Gibraltar's brand new independent secondary school can attend an information evening at the Hotel Guadacorte Park in Algeciras

Students from Bath College to spend six weeks in Sevilla

Independent thinking from Spanish professors

Teachers in Spain are setting more than six hours of homework per week

Spain has opened its first ever ‘lightsaber school’ as it pursues this futuristic sport

British undergraduates could have problems benefiting from Erasmus, which has enabled 200,000 students of EU member states to study abroad since its creation in 1987

Daniel Pajuelo Vazquez uses the 3-D world-building game to teach his pupils religious education

A new shepherds’ school in Extremadura hopes to boost production of the prized local cheese

Europe’s most decorated club sets up school for underprivileged kids

A new report reveals Spanish bullies make up a third of the classroom

Professors fear this may lead to the privatisation of Spain’s largest university

The huge scale and effectiveness of video conferencing at CERN indicates the great strides made in technology that has for years been out of reach

Castille y Leon set to include Romany studies on next year's curriculum

Currently, only 2.9% of international students studying in Europe opt for Spanish universities

Undertaking an international training programme is great experience for future careers, explain two Princeton students, who recently summered with the Olive Press

The inaugural Best Countries rankings from U.S. News & World Report were unveiled at the World Economic Forum at Davos in January

The emphasis is not just on education… it is also on health and fitness, writes Rob Horgan

The British Council is setting up 40 events in Spain to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the literary giants’ death

Years three and four (ages seven and eight) and their teachers dressed up in period dress and study by chanting their times tables

Preparations underway and registrations pour in for the Rock's first mixed gender secondary school

International Development Specialist Brad L. Brasseur reports on the battle to bridge an education gap that is condemning third world citizens to a life sentence of poverty

There are 50 robots teaching everything from maths and medicine to engineering and dance

Biker generation

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