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E-Copy of the Alternatives to Our Current Higher Education Centre Booklet

Posted on Tue, 2015-03-10 10:19

The education portfolio of The World Federation of KSIMC are pleased to launch to you our recently published book; ‘The Alternatives to Our Current Higher Education Centres’ and hope you enjoy reading about the different opportunities available to our students despite the increase in tuition fees across the world.
 
To view the electronic copy of the booklet please see attachement.

This research paper has been written by the Education Portfolio of The World Federation of KSIMC. It is an informative education paper on finding alternative destinations to our current higher education. We believe that education is very important in today’s society as it provides us with the windows of opportunities to be able to pursue one’s dreams. The proposals put forward are intended to benefit students who have just finished their secondary education and are looking to start their tertiary education.

The purpose of this research is to provide students with the education information available in the globe. This will include providing information on good quality universities in various parts of the world at affordable rates and highlighting available scholarship schemes. This paper was written on the 25th of February 2013, and therefore is applicable to only these economic times. 

If you would like a hard copy of the booklet posted to you, please email us at education@world-federation.org with your name and address. 

For any further enquiries or donations, please contact us at education@world-federation.org 


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