Innovations in cloud technologies have been brining great opportunities to online education.
Online education brings countless benefits from lower fees and location freedom to extra flexibility in terms of choosing your courses and the time you want to invest in studying.
On 15 November 2020 SIIL jointly with our partner SSHE (Swiss School of Higher Education, Montreux) announces the opening of the Swiss International Centre of Languages and Translation.
Swiss International Institute Lausanne – SIIL has prepared for you a selection of 10 most useful books in the field of management in education.
International Mother Language Day has been annually celebreted since 2000 in order to protect linguistic and cultural diversity.
How the usage of big data can help online learning development? The advantages and prospects of using big data to develop an online education system are obvious.
Internationally chatbots in online education help students to get answers for their questions at all times of the day.
Online education saves a lot of time that a student loses while going to the classes.
Everyone has the fundamental right to education. Online learning brings benefits that will help in student growth in a creative and affordable way.
Freedom of choice in online education concerns many factors. The students themselves decide what they will study in a specific period of time.
Marie-Esprit-Leon Walras was born on December 16, 1834 – a French economist, the leader of the Lausanne school of marginalism.
In 2019 online education development received a great spur. What trends were popular in this year?
Online education is much more environmentally friendly than full-time.
Since 2000, revenues in the online education industry have grown by more than 900%. This trend show no signs of slowdown and it is expected that by 2025 the industry will grow almost threefold.
Many global companies are introducing online courses.
Swiss International Institute Lausanne project leader, Ivan Petukhovsky, and Georgia’s ex-prime minister, Mamuka Bakhtadze, discussed outlooks for common development of online education.
50 percent of Russians would like to obtain additional education in Information Technology.
On October 11, an Agreement on the affiliation of diplomas and qualifications was signed between the Swiss International Institute Lausanne - SIIL and the private institution of higher education "Higher School of Entrepreneurship" (Institute) (ChUVO VShP).
On October 1, a cooperation agreement was signed between the Swiss International Institute Lausanne - SIIL and SSHE - Swiss School of Higher Education.
On September 19, the Swiss Ambassador hosted the SWISS Business Hub Russia event titled “Switzerland - a springboard for Russian high-tech companies”.