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Collaborating with NHS Wales, Swansea University has developed a nursing curriculum that prioritizes flexibility and accessibility. The program features a shortened study week, aligns with Welsh government-approved school term times, and offers flexible placement schedules tailored to accommodate personal commitments.


Officially closing on January 25, 2024 at an undisclosed deal amount, the acquisition is said to create “a robust end-to-end suite of products and services” in workforce skills testing and development. ETS and PSI say they jointly deliver nearly 50 million tests annually across more than 200 countries around the world to serve governments, institutions, and industry.

The initiative, part of the wider Belt and Road Initiative, began in 2023 at Jiuquan Vocational and Technical College. It aims to train 18 Filipino students in new energy engineering, preparing them to drive the Philippines’ energy transition. Despite challenges like language barriers and funding constraints, the program offers practical training in renewable energy and cultural immersion.

Surveying 1,348 teachers globally, it found diverse usage of AI tools like language apps and chatbots, with mixed opinions on their impact. The report underscores AI’s potential in ELT but cautions against its uncritical adoption, advocating for a balance with traditional methods and emphasizing the need for teacher training and ethically designed AI solutions.

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