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SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STEM SUBJECTS


Students studying STEM could be elegible for a scholarship


Scholarships are available for students studying STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects at a Russell Group or 1994 Group university. The Eliahou Dangoor Scholarship is a £1,000 award aimed at fi rst year entrants who are studying a STEM subject. Thirty-40 awards of £1,000 are given out each year by the 38 participating universities, with 2012 being the last year this award is available. Students interested in this award should look for specifi c details on each university’s website on how to apply.


is the standard tuition fee. For a list of universities charging this, go to


OF THE WEEK £9,000


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More students enroll at Open University


The OU has seen growing


numbers of students signing up to study remotely. There has been a 30% enlistment rise in 18 and 19 year-olds


enlisting for courses compared with last year. The university has seen an increasing


number of students aged 25


and under enrolling to study for degrees online.


Condé Nast to open fashion college


The Condé Nast College of Fashion and Design will off er up to 300 students a year-long fashion foundation course, sponsored by its Vogue brand, and intensive fashion qualifi cations from September 2012. House & Garden backed interior design and decoration courses and several MA level courses are also planned. Curriculums will include the history of the disciplines, print and digital journalism, luxury brand marketing and other related business skills. Editor of Easy Living magazine and former deputy editor of British Vogue, Susie Forbes, will become principal of the college. It is the fi rst step into the education market for the international publishers. Nicholas Coleridge, managing director of Condé Nast, says: “Condé Nast is perfectly placed to enter the world of education. The reputation of our brands puts us in a strong position to teach and inspire the fashion and decorating talent of the future.” A central London location for the college will be confi rmed in the coming weeks and courses will begin next year. Fees will be “in line” with those charged by other institutions, the publisher says.


✏ 8 FirstEleven Autumn 2011 www.fi rstelevenmagazine.co.uk


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