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Aug 27 2017

DIY Map: Create clickable, interactive maps in Flash #map, #flash, #world, #u.s., #united #states, #u.k.,

# License Donate DIY Map is free for personal, educational, and non-commercial use, though donations and links back to this page are always appreciated. For-profit corporations, government agencies, and religious organizations must purchase a license for $20 per domain. The source code is available for $100. It is Actionscipt 3 and compiles in Flash CS4 and above. Purchase a license or make a donation at Kagi or via PayPal to john at backspace dot com. Email List New features are always in the works. If you would like to receive notice of new releases, sign up to the email list. …

Aug 23 2017

HEC Paris #school #of #management, #specialised #masters, #master #of #science, #hec #international #business #school, #hec,

# HEC Paris Specialized in education and research in management, HEC Paris offers a complete and unique range of educational programs for the leaders of tomorrow: Masters Programs, MBA, PhD, Executive MBA, TRIUM Global Executive MBA and Executive Education open-enrolment and custom programs. Founded in 1881 by the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry and founding member of Université Paris-Saclay, HEC Paris has a permanent faculty, more than 4,400 students and over 8,000 managers and executives in training every year. Master in Management – Grande Ecole The Grande École curriculum is divided into a generalist phase and a specialization phase. …

Aug 11 2017

7 countries where Americans can study at universities, in English, for free (or almost free)

# 7 countries where Americans can study at universities, in English, for free (or almost free) Since 1985, U.S. college costs have surged by about 500 percent, and tuition fees keep rising. In Germany, they’ve done the opposite. The country’s universities have been tuition-free since the beginning of October, when Lower Saxony became the last state to scrap the fees. Tuition rates were always low in Germany, but now the German government fully funds the education of its citizens — and even of foreigners. [Related: Why Danish students are paid to go to college] Explaining the change, Dorothee Stapelfeldt, a …