The Online College Students 2015: Comprehensive Data on Demands and Preferences report surveyed 1,500 past, present and prospective online college students to discover what they really think about online learning. This fourt annual report reveals how students make the decision to earn their degree online, what marketing messages appeal to them, what they want to study, and more.
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Source: National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics. Graphic by Jennifer Pocock, ASEE
These Kauffman Foundation recommendations are excellent guidelines for cities/countries/organizations looking to promote entrepreneurial activity.
Interesting surveys on gender diversity and innovation (for men and women), AND better life by OECD and UNESCO. Take 5 minutes and provide your answers to these global questions.
These are the top 20, according to this World Economic Forum article based on the ranking created by British publisher Quacquarelli Symonds. Criteria is based on an institution’s reputation with academics and employers, and the number of research citations the school gets per paper.