Young Academic has learnt that The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), BPP and PwC are working with some of the world’s largest global companies to develop England and Wales’ first ever degree level apprenticeship in management accounting.
As our regular readers will be well aware,Young Academic is committed to bringing students and young entrepreneurs all the information they need to further their studies and career. As such, we are delighted to be able to bring you news of a fantastic scheme from Cotswold Fayre.
As any regulars here at Young Academic will know only too well, we are obsessed with culture here at the UK’s national student news website. As such, we can bring you news of an intriguing survey being run by The Goethe-Institut. This focuses on what exactly in means to be European and will be running until mid-May and complements the very exciting Ten Cities project which is being co-ordinated by The Geothe-Institut Nairobi…
Young Academic Catches Up with Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis Ahead of DVD and Blu Ray Release of The Campaign
Young Academic managed to catch up with Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis ahead of the release of The Campaign in the United Kingdom to pick their brains abour the film, its production and politics.
Mark Carney, current Governor of the Canadian Central Bank, has today been announced as the next governor of the Bank of England. He takes over from Sir Mervyn King – who has been in charge of the Bank of England for ten years – finished his second term next year and has to endure some of the worst financial conditions of modern times.
The self-proclaimed ‘pretty motherfucker from Harlem’ has undergone a metamorphic transition from, ‘street-corner spitter’,…
Young Academic can reveal some damning statistics today that reveak that the vast majority of 12 to 18 year-olds say they don’t get to be creative enough at school. Further to this, two thirds say being branded ‘Playstation Nation’ is unfair as they are more than keen to embrace more creative issues as students.
Young Academic can report some quite horrific student news today, as reports are emanating regarding a college student in America who was forgotten and left in a prison cell for five days with no food or water.
Craig Talbot, the latest addition to the Young Academic team and new Staffordshire University correspondent, reported earlier this week on a worring increase in students gambling to raise extra funds.
Charles Whitworth takes a look at ‘Positive for Youth’, a government paper designed to give responsibility to the people that matter in his latest education news feature.