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Alumni Profile: Peter Nyakundi Ongera

Peter Nyakundi Ongera was awarded the ICM Single Subject Diploma in Public Relations in July 1998, and has since undertaken many projects in social development, entrepreneurship, democracy and […]

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Should we trust our first hunch?

We’ve all been asked a question and given our first hunch as the answer, and it’s been right.   Sometimes though, we do the opposite and change our […]

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What we Learn Before we are Born

‘So, here I am, upside-down in a woman,’ says the witty hero in Ian McEwan’s latest book, Nutshell.    The unborn baby, only weeks away from his birth, […]

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Most Valuable Global Education Prize

A Chinese technology billionaire has launched the world’s most valuable education award.   Charles Chen Yidan is offering £6.64m (nearly $8m) annually to two research projects that have the potential […]

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Employability Skills

It’s all very well having impressive qualifications but if you don’t have employability skills, you will be letting yourself down.   In a recent Confederation of British Industry (CBI) […]

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What makes a Prodigy?

Prodigies astonish us with their outstanding musical abilities, stunning artwork, inspired chess playing and skilled sportsmanship.  They stun us all the more because typically they reach adult levels […]

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