Jointly offered by the: World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Worldwide Academy, African Regional Intellectual Property Organization (ARIPO) and Africa University 2010 Admissions On May 3, 2010, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), African Regional Intellectual Property Organization (ARIPO) and Africa University will launch the 3rd edition of the Masters Degree in intellectual property (MIP) program at Africa University, Mutare, Zimbabwe. The Program will be offered for a duration of twelve (12) months, from May 3, 2010 to April 30, 2011, which is structured in three (3) Parts as follows: First Part: Instruction via distance learning from May 3 to July 31, 2010 in which students take a selected number of courses on IP topics via distance learning; Second Part: Will take place at Africa University in Mutare (Zimbabwe) from August 11 to December 3, 2010. It includes three weeks practical training at ARIPO Headquarters in Harare from November 15 to December 3, … [Read more...] about Masters Degree in Intellectual Property (MIP)
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Deputy Editor-in-chief Nguyen Van Thang: Good morning senior lieutenant-general Dang Van Hieu, Deputy Minister of Public Security. First of all, on behalf of readers of the Communist Party of Vietnam Online Newspaper, I would like to say thank you for accepting the invitation to the online dialogue. Allow me to put the first question: Could you provide readers with the general construction and growth of the people's police forces over the past 67 years. What are the excellent feats of arms that have been honoured by the Party and State; and what is the sacrifice that needs to be disseminated to educate the young generation? Senior Lieutenant-General Dang Van Hieu: Over the past 67 years, the people's police forces have continuously developed themselves. Police officials uphold a firm political spirit, completely loyal to the Party, State, nation and people, regularly practising to increase revolutionary morals, working ability, close to people and devotedly serving the people; work … [Read more...] about Online dialogue between Senior Lieutenant-General Dang Van Hieu and readers
Racism abounds in the Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) business in Asia This is a running joke in English as a Second Language (ESL) circles, which is indicative that racism abounds in the TEFL industry in the continent. For those with fair skin and a university degree or an English teaching certificate, finding a teaching job in Asia is uncomplicated and easy as recruiters actively seek the quintessential all-American. For everyone else, racial discrimination is a harsh reality. In South Korea and China it isn't uncommon to come across job posts that read "white color preferred" or "only white Americans should apply." Employers in Asia operate under a completely different set of legal rules where it's the norm to be asked to submit a photograph with your application, or be questioned about your race, religion or age. While the hiring criteria is said to be standardized, applicants are sometimes recruited based not only on their English fluency, experience or … [Read more...] about English teaching: Is white right?
ISC-UKEAS and DTiNews will hold an online exchange entitled "Study in the UK in an economic downturn" on Friday morning (October 12), with a panel answering practical questions for students and parents about studying in the country during these difficult economic times. … [Read more...] about Online exchange “Studying in the UK in an economic downturn”
VietNamNet Bridge ' Online education market is a special market, where consumers can buy certificates and degrees with money, without having to attend entrance exams, learn hard or be present at lessons. As easy as enrolling in training courses … [Read more...] about The ‘”online education market'” in Vietnam