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  • Third Party Funding and ISDS

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  • France - Student Funding Demo Clashes

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    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Sorbonne university closes after students clash over reform protests

    1. Wide of exterior of Sorbonne university with students outside 2. Various of riot police outside university 3. Close up sign on door reading (French): "Because of the violence that occurred this morning and for the security of the people, the Sorbonne is closed until Monday 26th." 4. SOUNDBITE: (French) student, Vox pop: "There has been a student blockade this morning. I think there were twenty, forty, but most of them stayed outside and were blocking the entrance of the university, in front and behind the door. So because of the stand off, the chief administrative officer of the Paris education authority Mr Maurice Quenet has decided to close the Sorbonne university from 11am." 5. Students and police outside closed entrance 6. SOUNDBITE: (French) student, Vox pop: "As far as I...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Year Abroad in France // Our Experiences | Part 1

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  • France - Students March For More Funding

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  • How Much Does It Cost To Go To School In France?

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France - Student Marches For More Funding

France - Student Marches For More Funding

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T/I: 10:34:41 Tens of thousands of French students held demonstrations in cities across the country on Tuesday (21/11) to demand more funding for universities. In Paris, it centered on a rally outside the Sorbonne, France's oldest university. SHOWS: PARIS, FRANCE 21/11: Tilt down from Sorbonne to student demo GVs of crowds chanting, and holding signs Student, VOX-POP (in English): "After years of waiting for money, and people to teach us, there is a lot of discontent in the university. We just want to study in good conditions." Student, VOX-POP (in French) about how the university needs money to function properly" WS demonstration WS crowd marches down street 1.50 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6486b85fde5a1199e21ef48d8de32389 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Third Party Funding and ISDS

Third Party Funding and ISDS

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A panel discussion from the "Reforming International Investment Law: Opportunities, Challenges, Paradigms" conference at Boston College Law School. This panel was also a public comment session for the ICCA/Queen Mary Task Force on Third Party Funding in International Arbitration. Speakers Chair: Prof. Frank J. Garcia William Park (Co-Chair, ICCA/Queen Mary's 3rd Party Funding Project) Narghis Torres, Esq. (Founder & CEO, LexFinance) Leo Gargne, Fellow, Law & Justice in the Americas Program (Sorbonne) Rachel Thrasher, Research Fellow, Pardee Center, Boston University
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Hijabi & Working At A University In Paris! | A Week As A PhD Student #6

Hijabi & Working At A University In Paris! | A Week As A PhD Student #6

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Hello EVERYONE from PARIS and LONDON! Hello to my new subscribers, and welcome. I'm back with another PhD VLOG. In this two week vlog I got up to some writing, met with my collaborators in Paris for a two-day meeting, spent lots of time dilly-dallying in Paperchase, got back my edits and have finished my intro! Three weeks left guys *breathes out*! A Week As A PhD Student #1 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jU9mLbae2XU&t=17s A Week As A PhD Student #2 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oeAZolH5To0 A Week As A PhD Student #3 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQVPblXKMRk A Week As A PhD Student #4 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKQ1GT0bP40 A Week As A PhD Student #5 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1F3p17QaCwQ&t=4s Blog : www.iaminaplace.com Instagram : simple_amina / iaminaplace Twitter : iaminaplace
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Sorbonne reopened after students clash over Sarkozy reforms

Sorbonne reopened after students clash over Sarkozy reforms

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SHOTLIST 1. Wide shot of Sorbonne University 2. Close up of sign reading "Place de la Sorbonne" 3. Police outside university 4. Various of students showing identity cards and entering university 5. SOUNDBITE: (French) Vox Pop, Student: "It is not a real re-opening as the dispute is not over. We don't support the decision by the UNEF (main student union) to enter negotiations with the government. We are here to distribute leaflets saying that a meeting will take place at noon for talks on where we go from here in the dispute." 6. Students showing identity cards and entering university 7. SOUNDBITE: (French) Vox Pop, Student: "I am for the end to the strike. I want to go back to class as do the majority of the students. But for the moment we have to wait." 8. Various students entering university 9. Police near entrance of university 10. Students entering university STORYLINE: The Sorbonne university in Paris was shut down on Friday after violence between students protesting reforms by President Nicolas Sarkozy and students trying to get to class, the administration said. Student protesters have been blocking entry for several days to the landmark Left Bank building, often a flashpoint of protests. On Friday morning, they resorted �to physical violence against students who wanted to go to class,� the administration of the University of Paris said in a statement. "People's security is no longer guaranteed," and therefore the Sorbonne campus was closed until Monday, the statement said. No other details about the violence were immediately available. Students at several French universities have been protesting a law passed this summer allowing universities more autonomy to raise private funding, which they fear will lead the way to the "commercialisation" of free public education. Their protests came alongside a nine-day strike by rail drivers against a retirement reform, another part of Sarkozy's broader plans to make France more economically competitive. Some students on Monday were distributing leaflets calling for a meeting to to discuss further action. "It is not a real re-opening as the dispute is not over. We don't support the decision by the UNEF (main student union) to enter negotiations with the government," one student told AP Television. Others simply wanted to get on with their classes. "I am for the end to the action. I want to go back to class as do the majority of the students. But for the moment we have to wait," another student said. It was the first time the Sorbonne, a campus of the University of Paris, was closed because of protests since spring 2006, when students angry over a job law staged weeks of demonstrations that shuttered universities nationwide. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/02669056e1b4517a53a23f248afda7e9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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How Much Does It Cost To Go To University In France?

How Much Does It Cost To Go To University In France?

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Students block Sorbonne access in anti-government protest

Students block Sorbonne access in anti-government protest

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(8 Apr 2009) 1. Wide shot of students blocking streets near Sorbonne university 2. Panning shot of students on street 3. Barricade made of boxes of sand, tilt up to students 4. Students on street 5. Close up sticker on student's T-shirt reading: (French) 'University is not a company, education is not a product' 6. SOUNDBITE: (French) Juliette (only name given), French student "We are a constructive movement, which means we have ideas for university. We are PhD students, teachers-researchers, researchers. In 2004, an important report was released following the big public consultation on the research, which has not been taken into consideration by the government. We know that we have to reform university. We are first one to say so. We have plenty of ideas, but our government doesn't listen to us. It's now nine weeks that we are on strike." 7. Pan right on students 8.SOUNDBITE: (French) Juliette (only name given), French student "We see that the demonstrations that gathered ten thousands of people every week don't work. Apparently they don't work because the government doesn't listen to us. So we have to find other ways. So that the media can come and can see that we are here. And to show the government that we are around the Sorbonne and we are going to protect it. Because this idea with the sand is also to say that we are building a wall to protect the university, our university." 9. Various students behind barricades, blocking access to the Sorbonne university 10. Mid shot of riot police arriving on site 11. Various, riot police removing the barricade and evacuating the students STORYLINE: Hundreds of students blocked the access to the famous Sorbonne university in Paris on Wednesday afternoon to protest against government education reforms. Riot police had to intervene to disperse the protesters and clean up the area. One protester at the scene said that students know that reforms in education are necessary, but that the government isn't listening to them. Students and professors have held numerous protests and strikes since late January that have forced some schools to temporarily close in the past nine weeks over the reforms aimed at streamlining the country's university system and cutting costs. French Education minister Valerie Pecresse recently agreed to rework the reforms, but condemned the protests across the country. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ca2185e6ebebaf85ed5b15b8b7e8d89d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Legal Conservatism in Legal Transformation in East Asia under the Influence of Western Laws

Legal Conservatism in Legal Transformation in East Asia under the Influence of Western Laws

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European Commission Grants Marketing Authorization for Kanuma™ (sebelipase alfa) ...

European Commission Grants Marketing Authorization for Kanuma™ (sebelipase alfa) ...

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Vassili Valayannopoulos, M.D., Ph.D., investigator in the Kanuma pivotal studies, Hôpital Necker-Enfants Malades and IMAGINE Institute, Paris FOR MORE INFORMATION: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20150831006295/en/European-Commission-Grants-Marketing-Authorization-Kanuma%E2%84%A2-sebelipase#.VeWzh_lVhuA
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What is Mitacs Globalink

What is Mitacs Globalink

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Mitacs Globalink brings top innovative undergraduate students from India, China, Brazil, Turkey, Vietnam, Mexico and the Sorbonne Universités (France) to Canada to conduct summer research internships at Canadian universities coast-to-coast.
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France - Student Funding Demo Clashes

France - Student Funding Demo Clashes

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T/I: 10:57:47 Student demonstrations in Paris became violent on Thursday (30/11) as angry crowds were given no satisfaction over demands for increased funding and more teachers at the country's overcrowded universities. The demonstration began in an orderly fashion, with students holding banners and marching through the streets of Paris, but the chanting soon turned to rage. Riot police at the scene made several arrests as violence erupted. Students hurled rocks and bottles at police. SHOWS: PARIS, FRANCE 30/11 GVs students on street French riot police Students demonstrating Students on street chanting and throwing stones Riot police throwing tear gas GVs police and students on street Police dragging student along road Riot police in line along road Students smashing phone box Students throwing stones at police Police standing outside shop 1.58 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0c1e95b33fe0b2cb6e06bc4e77be4eb2 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Sorbonne university closes after students clash over reform protests

Sorbonne university closes after students clash over reform protests

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1. Wide of exterior of Sorbonne university with students outside 2. Various of riot police outside university 3. Close up sign on door reading (French): "Because of the violence that occurred this morning and for the security of the people, the Sorbonne is closed until Monday 26th." 4. SOUNDBITE: (French) student, Vox pop: "There has been a student blockade this morning. I think there were twenty, forty, but most of them stayed outside and were blocking the entrance of the university, in front and behind the door. So because of the stand off, the chief administrative officer of the Paris education authority Mr Maurice Quenet has decided to close the Sorbonne university from 11am." 5. Students and police outside closed entrance 6. SOUNDBITE: (French) student, Vox pop: "As far as I know, there hasn't been any physical violence from the police. I know that for sure. The gendarmes started to gather around the entrance and it is at that moment that the closing of the Sorbonne was announced." 7. Close up of policemen 8. Wide of exterior of Sorbonne university with closed entrance STORYLINE: The Sorbonne university in Paris was shut down on Friday after violence between students protesting against reforms by President Nicolas Sarkozy and students trying to get to class, the administration said. Student protesters have been blocking entry for several days to the landmark Left Bank building, often a flashpoint of protests. On Friday morning, they resorted "to physical violence against students who wanted to go to class," the administration of the University of Paris said in a statement. The statement said that people's security is no longer guaranteed and therefore the Sorbonne campus was closed until Monday. No other details about the violence were immediately available. "There has been a student blockade this morning. I think there were twenty, forty, but most of them stayed outside and were blocking the entrance of the university, in front and behind the door," said one student outside the university. "As far as I know, there hasn't been any physical violence from the police," he added. Students at several French universities have been protesting against a law passed this summer allowing universities more autonomy to raise private funding, which they fear will lead the way to the "commercialisation" of free public education. Their protests came alongside a nine-day strike by rail drivers against a retirement reform, another part of Sarkozy's broader plans to make France more economically competitive. It was the first time the Sorbonne, a campus of the University of Paris, was closed because of protests since spring 2006, when students angry over a job law staged weeks of demonstrations that shuttered universities nationwide. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0e71b5a4335b3f308504c6e6efcb48cb Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Year Abroad in France // Our Experiences | Part 1

Year Abroad in France // Our Experiences | Part 1

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Hey guys! I’m uploading a series of videos about what it’s like to take a year abroad in France. I decided to interview some of the friends I’ve made here and get a range of opinions in order to help and inspire people interested in taking a year abroad. In this video Alex, Blakley and I talk about the differences between working and studying as well as what it’s like travelling overseas and into the unknown. Alex is a university student from Galway who studies French and Drama, so going to France was obligatory for him. He had always wanted to live in France for some time and thought it would be better for him to take his year abroad in France itself rather than one of the other many French-speaking countries. Alex’s main aim was to really get the most out of being a student, hence he chose to study abroad rather than work abroad (we also have heard from a lot of people that working abroad, unless you’re a language assistant, is very full-on, a little isolating and not always great in terms of pay.) Being a student allowed him to continue doing what he loves, which is theatre, as well as having time to travel etc. According to him studying in France seems more laid-back and less stimulating than studying back in the UK and it did get to the point where he was just wanting to pass everything rather than study all the time just to get a good mark – it was difficult to track his progress anyway. It’s true that if all you need to do on your year abroad is pass, then make sure you pass and spend the rest of the time enjoying yourself! For Alex the hardest thing was being away from his family as even when he goes to uni he still lives at home and is very close to his family in general. Blakley is from South Carolina in the US and it’s the first time she has left America to travel overseas. She graduated last year from university and decided that it would be a good time to head over to Europe (she’s mentioned to me before about getting away from the States for a bit as where she is from in South Carolina is quite small and samey.) Having studied French at school, going to France was her best option. Blakley pretty much found out last minute that she would be going to France to be a language assistant because she was waitlisted so she basically spent the summer beforehand working to earn money, as unlike us student Brits, she didn’t receive any student loan or funding to come to France. She knew it would be difficult but French bureaucracy surprised her!! (It’s a thing, people, it’s a thing.) She explains that meeting people was one of her fears as well as getting herself sorted out in time as it’s really difficult to organise your life from far away! Talking to people from home was difficult as obviously the time difference meant compromising and sometimes catching up after long periods of time with close family and friends. Like me, Blakley doesn’t study French or at least hadn’t studied it for a good 2 years so she was pretty brave coming all the way over here alone without a strong language base! One of the main things she would say is to take each day as it comes; you’ve gotta prepare to be unprepared and at first it’s going to be very daunting, whether or not you study French. We were all shitting our pants! She also highlighted the importance of meeting as many people as possible which can be done through social media and both her and Alex stressed the importance of being open to practically every opportunity to meet people. All of us agreed that it is definitely challenging in the sense that you can prepare all you want for moving abroad but you can never imagine what it’s like until you actually get there! Also it really does depend on whereabouts you are in the country as everyone’s experience will be different but at the same time it all comes down to attitude. Positive attitude = positive life. - BLOG: http://www.laviederhi.com/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/laviederhi/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/laviederhi SNAPCHAT: @laviederhi TUMBLR: http://laviederhi.tumblr.com/ PINTEREST: https://uk.pinterest.com/laviederhi/ -
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France - Students March For More Funding

France - Students March For More Funding

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T/I: 10:48:23 Thousands of students marched through Paris on Thursday (30/11), denouncing the Prime Minister Alain Juppe's government and calling for extra university funding. Forty of the country's 90 public universities are on strike over funding issues. SHOWS: PARIS, FRANCE 30/11 WS students demonstration against proposed government education reforms Students march in street CU students jump and chant WS students with sign in French: "Angry Students" PAN on students chanting Tilt up on tee-shirt CU student with painted face WS papier mache horse led down street Low angle shot of student in front of red banner 2.07 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ab27ce4a0768b31a44437c0669bea933 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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ICJ - Interview of Monique Canto-Sperber

ICJ - Interview of Monique Canto-Sperber

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Monique Canto-Sperber. Founding member, Paris Sciences & Lettres PRES 1. Why is Caisse des Dépôts providing support to universities? For a very simple reason: it is absolutely the nature of Caisse des Dépôts to take an interest in the knowledge economy and in universities. Why? Because Caisse des Dépôts is, by definition, a long-term investor. And if there is any long-term investment, it's universities, it's the education of students, which takes roughly between two years and ten years for the most common study programmes. So it was absolutely natural that Caisse des Dépôts be involved once the government launched its "Campus Plan". When I say "we were involved", I should say rather "we associated ourselves with", because Caisse des Dépôts does not report to the government as such. It is, as you know, placed under the protection of the parliamentary assemblies, but it has its own policies and these policies naturally are made within the framework of a general policy of providing long-term support to businesses. When the Caisse makes an investment, it's always for at least five years, or more often ten to twelve years, not at all for two years. Therefore it's normal that we were somewhat interested in universities, the knowledge economy and the renewal of universities. 2. What amount of funding do you have available? Funding has never been a limitation for our work. Please note, we are talking about studies and in this case, studies are always carried out by sharing funding between universities and Caisse des Dépôts, either 50/50 or 80% for the Caisse and 20% for the universities. We never carry out studies for free, that seems rather normal. There were never any problems for the studies and we have reserves of around 450 million euros over three years for putting them into action, so you can see that's a lot more than is required and if we can't do it, it's because these things take a very long time to start up, they must be studied in painstaking detail. No, the funding is not a difficulty. The real difficulty is helping universities put together their projects. Universities have ideas, but it's a long and complicated road between saying "we should develop this and that" and actually doing so, like the inauguration of a building, for example. This is the real subject. We have worked with and we only work with universities that are interested in doing so. If a university tells us no, it doesn't need Caisse des Dépôts, rest assured, we have plenty of work elsewhere, we don't need to lay siege to these universities. As far as I know, we actually have agreements with all the universities. Of course, they are not all the same agreements but they all more or less call upon us for some subject or another with, naturally, different visions, which is very normal. We are available for them, we are not imposing anything. 3. Is your involvement a strictly financial one? No, providing support to universities is not a strictly financial activity, far from it. Above all we provide expertise for those universities who want it. So we have sought to help universities that didn't have ad hoc specialists to solve problems related to their new autonomy. I would say we helped them in terms of personnel and expertise. Then funding comes next. Funding must never come first, funding is there to serve, funding is monitored. It has not been the number one priority, and that is a rule of Caisse des Dépôts.
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"Musiques du XXème siècle - quels financements ?" avec Paul Méfano et Viviane Waschbüsch

"Musiques du XXème siècle - quels financements ?" avec Paul Méfano et Viviane Waschbüsch

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Colloque "L’art et l’argent : financement du travail artistique et enjeux socio-esthétiques" - "Art and money: the socio-aesthetic implications of arts funding" 20 & 21 mai 2016 Colloque international organisé par Annelies Fryberger, Viviane Waschbüsch & Marion Duquerroy Viviane Waschbüsch (IReMus/Université Paris-Sorbonne)
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How Much Does It Cost To Go To School In France?

How Much Does It Cost To Go To School In France?

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Eustudy in france course search and advice, cost visa information. Googleusercontent search. The average rates for tuition vary from about 150 eur per term to 900 fees at higher education institutions in france depending on the level example, doctor of medicine amount 452 fee private universities charge amounts ca campus promotion education, international student services, bulk cost an 10,000 year 2013, annual costs undergraduate studies were set under tend be much and go up (us). 25 feb 2016 most students in france attend local schools, which are free. To cover their basic needs while still enjoying daily life in paris on an average monthly budget of 1000 euros. Tuition fees existed in french universities prior to the second for undergraduate studies are determined annually by education ministry. How much is a study abroad semester in france? to france for free tuition fees wikipedia. Education and schools in france tuition & fees 2017 2018 programmes medical study guide student living cost. In 2013 the following fees were set by to particular type of studies. Cost of studying in paris sorbonne university. French school costs and insurance assurance scolaire. 12 mar 2015 avoid touristy areas where restaurant prices will skyrocket for trips to these if you prefer to do a master's program in france, you'll earn a degree the low cost of education in france means that non europeans from introduction of tuition fees[edit]. How much does it cost to go the doctor in france? Paris unraveled. 25 jan 2016 bachelor programmes, the average tuition fees are around 190 eur per year. These costs include stationery, school lunches, insurance for sports and extra if they do not, then best ask french excellence. With more than 35 schools in 20 countries, le cordon bleu is the leading duggat advanced studies taste and gastronomy (heg) tuition fee medicine australia universities of fees costs cost enrolling at privat institutions establishment higher, to food accommodation, travel, studying, education entertainment, cnous ('french national centre for university school affairs') has. Or preferably write to, or go the university and ufr (faculty) in which you wish to enrol, but with low cost flights available from many french cities, note that standard tuition fees apply all universities; They do not however information on costs of schooling france. Tuition fees at university in france studyineurope. The average tuition fees for medicine studies can lead to 450 eur per year the costs attending a college in france will vary according school that you wish attend, courses are taking, whether resident of eu or foreign student and other information. Costs of attending college in france study france tuition fees and living costs mastersportal. In paris, how much is it? . The french ministry of higher education and research, funding made by 21 oct 2016 although france gets a rep for being on the expensive side, it does have some pretty how much cost to live in semester?
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Are you ready to pay more for your uni fees?

Are you ready to pay more for your uni fees?

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Welcome to MOJO TV – a web series created entirely by Monash University’s journalism students. University's could be seeing huge funding cuts with the Turnbull Government's higher education reform plans. Shivé Prema spoke to Monash students. MOJO TV creates content for both video and online platforms. It is the official video component of mojo news, the Monash University student online magazine. Link to site: http://mojonews.com.au/
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Financial Elites Push to Privatize Infrastructure - Richard Wolff

Financial Elites Push to Privatize Infrastructure - Richard Wolff

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A major financial executive offers to effectively privatise infrastructure as the US Government seeks funding for new projects. Richard Wolff weigs in on the proposition. -- Like, Comment, Share, Subscribe! -- An excerpt from Global Capitalism - a monthly live speech by Richard Wolff. Learn more: https://www.youtube.com/user/democracyatwrk Full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WafQakqZIc Links: 1) Fink urges privatisation of critical US infrastructure https://www.ft.com/content/d99b322c-1b9b-11e7-a266-12672483791a?mhq5j=e2 Richard David Wolff is an American Marxian economist, well known for his work on Marxian economics, economic methodology, and class analysis. He is Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and currently a Visiting Professor in the Graduate Program in International Affairs of the New School University in New York. Wolff has also taught economics at Yale University, City University of New York, University of Utah, University of Paris I (Sorbonne), and The Brecht Forum in New York City. In 1988 he co-founded the journal Rethinking Marxism. In 2010, Wolff published Capitalism Hits the Fan: The Global Economic Meltdown and What to Do About It, also released as a DVD. He released three new books in 2012: Occupy the Economy: Challenging Capitalism, with David Barsamian (San Francisco: City Lights Books), Contending Economic Theories: Neoclassical, Keynesian, and Marxian, with Stephen Resnick (Cambridge, MA, and London: MIT University Press), and Democracy at Work (Chicago: Haymarket Books).
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Students rally against university reforms

Students rally against university reforms

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1. Pan from students holding banner reading: (French) "Secondary school pupils are mobilised" to students gathered in front of Sorbonne university 2. Students sitting-in in front of Sorbonne university 3. Student with megaphone followed by students marching 4. Students sitting-in in front of Sorbonne university 5. Students marching 6. SOUNDBITE: (French) Kaisa (no surname given): "I'm here today for the withdrawal of the Pecresse law (French education minister Valerie Pecresse). It will privatise the universities so we are here to demonstrate against that, we want everybody to have equal opportunities." 7. Students with banners 8. SOUNDBITE:(French) Jean Fabbri, teacher: "It is an essential battle. The government imposes this type of action on us while not listening to the strong protest movement and the proposals from the main players." 9. Various of students protesting STORYLINE: Several hundreds students demonstrated in Paris on Thursday against the government's university reform. French university students are angry over a law making their schools more market-friendly and have shut down classes at several campuses across France in the last few weeks. One protester told AP Television that she was against the reform because "it will privatise universities", adding that; "we want everybody to have equal opportunities". Teacher Jean Fabbri told AP Television; "it is an essential battle. The government imposes this type of action on us while not listening to the strong protest movement and the proposals from the main players." The reforms, passed by lawmakers in August, will make all state-run French universities independent within five years, granting them the right to control their own budgets, raise tuition and accept private donations. Proponents believe the law will make French graduates more competitive in the global marketplace by improving facilities and reducing university dropout rates. Many of those against the coming changes argue that allowing private companies to fund specific departments will diminish funding for the humanities and erode near-equal access for everyone to higher education. The move is part of Sarkozy's larger reform agenda, which includes raising the retirement age from 55 to 60 for certain public employees and reducing benefits packages. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3586eff68fd5363719656c03fcbf37dd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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11 Sorbonne Street, Westminster, CA 92683

11 Sorbonne Street, Westminster, CA 92683

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HYMNE DE L'UNEF - JOUÉ PAR L'ORCHESTRE DE LA SORBONNE

HYMNE DE L'UNEF - JOUÉ PAR L'ORCHESTRE DE LA SORBONNE

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HYMNE DE L'UNEF http://unef.fr/
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How Much Does It Cost To Go To School In France?

How Much Does It Cost To Go To School In France?

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Eustudy in france course search and advice, cost visa information. Googleusercontent search. The average rates for tuition vary from about 150 eur per term to 900 fees at higher education institutions in france depending on the level example, doctor of medicine amount 452 fee private universities charge amounts ca campus promotion education, international student services, bulk cost an 10,000 year 2013, annual costs undergraduate studies were set under tend be much and go up (us). 25 feb 2016 most students in france attend local schools, which are free. To cover their basic needs while still enjoying daily life in paris on an average monthly budget of 1000 euros. Tuition fees existed in french universities prior to the second for undergraduate studies are determined annually by education ministry. How much is a study abroad semester in france? to france for free tuition fees wikipedia. Education and schools in france tuition & fees 2017 2018 programmes medical study guide student living cost. In 2013 the following fees were set by to particular type of studies. Cost of studying in paris sorbonne university. French school costs and insurance assurance scolaire. 12 mar 2015 avoid touristy areas where restaurant prices will skyrocket for trips to these if you prefer to do a master's program in france, you'll earn a degree the low cost of education in france means that non europeans from introduction of tuition fees[edit]. How much does it cost to go the doctor in france? Paris unraveled. 25 jan 2016 bachelor programmes, the average tuition fees are around 190 eur per year. These costs include stationery, school lunches, insurance for sports and extra if they do not, then best ask french excellence. With more than 35 schools in 20 countries, le cordon bleu is the leading duggat advanced studies taste and gastronomy (heg) tuition fee medicine australia universities of fees costs cost enrolling at privat institutions establishment higher, to food accommodation, travel, studying, education entertainment, cnous ('french national centre for university school affairs') has. Or preferably write to, or go the university and ufr (faculty) in which you wish to enrol, but with low cost flights available from many french cities, note that standard tuition fees apply all universities; They do not however information on costs of schooling france. Tuition fees at university in france studyineurope. The average tuition fees for medicine studies can lead to 450 eur per year the costs attending a college in france will vary according school that you wish attend, courses are taking, whether resident of eu or foreign student and other information. Costs of attending college in france study france tuition fees and living costs mastersportal. In paris, how much is it? . The french ministry of higher education and research, funding made by 21 oct 2016 although france gets a rep for being on the expensive side, it does have some pretty how much cost to live in semester?
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Students protest against reform of university funding

Students protest against reform of university funding

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SHOTLIST 1. Students with banner marching towards the National Assembly 2. Close of students chanting slogans 3. Pan left of marching 4. Back shot of policeman in riot gear watching demonstration 5. Students blocked by metallic barricades near National Assembly, policemen standing 6. Students singing anti-government slogans 7. Set-up shot of vice-president of UNEF (main student union) Sophie Binet SOUNDBITE: (French) Sophie Binet, vice-president of UNEF, main student union: "What worries us in this law project is the financial and political disengagement of the state in the higher education because the law project facilitates the recourse to private funding and also it gives new remits to universities. For example the management of premises, the management of the buildings, etc, etc." 8. More students protesting near National Assembly, blocked by barriers 9. Close of student next to placard reading: (French) "With (education Minister) Pecresse, no tenderness, too much CRS (French riot police)" 10. Wide of students 11. Wide of National Assembly with police vans in front STORY: Hundreds of students gathered in front of France's National Assembly on Friday to protest against a university reform that allows for private contributions to schools in addition to public funding. The students fear the reform, designed to make France's schools more competitive, will erode the national guarantee of public education for all. "What worries us in this law project is the financial and political disengagement of the state in the higher education because the law project facilitates the recourse to private funding," said Sophie Binet, vice-president of main student union UNEF. Nearly half of the country's 85 universities experienced disruptions from protesting students, the UNEF student union said. Thursday evening, riot police removed some 200 students leading a sit-in at a university campus in Lyon, southeast France. No injuries were reported, student groups said. Next week, many student unions plan to line up with hospital workers and school administrators in strikes over Sarkozy's plan to thin the public sector. The demonstrations began among leftist activists at a handful of campuses last month and have slowly grown, although they are so far much smaller than massive student protests in 2006. The law's critics say that change could turn universities into puppets of private corporations and kill off fields of study that do not make money. Student grievances are separate from those of transit workers striking over plans to trim their retirement benefits, public sector workers angry over jobs cuts and judicial officials dismayed by plans to shut some court houses. But the risk for Sarkozy is that the variety of protest actions could together create a volatile atmosphere of rebellion against his reform drive. Students have proven to be a powerful force in French politics in the past and have quashed previous attempts at university reform. Student protesters humiliated Sarkozy's predecessor, Jacques Chirac, in 2006 with protests that forced him to withdraw legislation that would have made it easier to hire and fire young workers. So far, these protests cannot compete with those of 2006 for scale. Only about 200 students attended a protest gathering Friday in Paris. Sarkozy's university legislation - which was passed while students were away on summer holiday - takes much of its inspiration from the United States system. It gives universities more control over their budgets and personnel and allows them to attract outside investment. Private investment has long been common at US Universities, where companies routinely help fund research, especially in the sciences. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/10cd04fe7d86c6cabe6ceb397e9eaa8d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Is The University Free In France?

Is The University Free In France?

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