Is College Worth It?

February 18, 2013

The cost of higher education is skyrocketing. Parents and potential college students are taking a second look at the price of university and its actual correlation with the increase in one’s overall salary. Source


The Cost Of College Dropouts

February 13, 2013

The American Institutes for Research (AIR) published a report in August this year taking a look at the economic impact of college dropouts. The AIR analysis estimated that the cost to the nation from students who started college in fall of 2002, but failed to graduate six years later amounted to $4.5 billion per year […]


International Internships

February 12, 2013

Each year, AIESEC Canada provides over 300 members the challenging opportunity to live and work in a foreign country in the areas of management, technology, education, and development. Internationally, over 10 000 exchanges are done between all the countries members of AIESEC. Source


Virtual Teacher

February 11, 2013

I have become obsessed with infographics. I have seen them popping up more and more frequently on Twitter, blogs, and articles. Last week, I tried to create an infographic for my end-of-year review. I had tons of information on it, and probably too much on there. For our summative review we need to include data, […]


The Need is Greater Than Ever

February 2, 2013

We developed this information graphic to illustrate the educational challenges our client faces and to present a compelling case for support to prospective donors. Source


The Math Science Shortage

January 30, 2013

STEM – the acronym for the field of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics – represents one of the quickest growing industries in the US one of the most important to the growth of our economy, and one of the best paying career paths for graduates. However, students are increasingly opting out of STEM majors in […]


Facebook University

January 30, 2013

Given that Facebook was originally started by college students, for college students, it’s no surprise that it has become irreversibly engrained in the institution of higher education. Though it started off, in the eyes of many, as harmless fun, it’s astronomical increase in popularity over the last several years has caused alarm. Source


Leadership Opportunities

January 30, 2013

Students in AIESEC participate in leadership opportunities before or after their internship experience. It is through leading and managing the operations of AIESEC’s Global Internship Program, that our members develop valuable skills and competencies which are demanded of young professionals today. Source


Before you Decide

January 27, 2013

Looks at a case scenario of two kids one who went to college and one who didn’t. Showing where the average person would end up financially in either situation. Also has other statistics about the debt that an average college student in the U.S. carries. Source


Indian Students in the US

January 26, 2013

A new report published by the Institute of International Education (IIE) in partnership with the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs last week revealed an increase in the number of international students studying in the USA for the academic year 2010-2011. Source


How to Choose a Career-Focused Education

January 26, 2013

The current one-size-fits-all U.S. education system is failing to prepare millions of young adults for career success. That’s the conclusion of a recently-published study by the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. Source


Online College By the Numbers

January 23, 2013

Ever wonder what differences are between online degree programs and traditional on-campus universities? This infographic makes a visual comparison. Source