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Bombardier plans links with schools to train its Miami workers

Canadian aerospace manufacturer Bombardier Business Aircraft’s new Learjet service facility at Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport will bring not only $100 million in capital investment and 300 jobs but also an engagement with local schools to train…

University of Miami plans more campus construction

University of Miami plans more campus construction

Those who haven’t been through University of Miami’s 239-acre campus in Coral Gables this year may notice several big improvements to the surroundings. The university has just completed several major…

UM 75% of way to $1.6 billion fundraising goal

UM 75% of way to $1.6 billion fundraising goal

For those not acquainted with the current state of fundraising in US higher education, the numbers from the University of Miami in Coral Gables may sound staggering. The university’s first…

NY Film Academy to Miami Beach

NY Film Academy to Miami Beach

The New York Film Academy, founded in 1992 and now teaching about 7,000 students per year in locations from Paris to Abu Dhabi, has chosen Miami Beach for its next…

U of Miami adding online middle school

The University of Miami’s online Global Academy, which recently graduated a class of seniors and live-streamed the event to other students around the world, is expanding to add a middle…

Preparing Miami’s link to India markets

Each session at a Sept. 27 “Doing Business in India” workshop will be a primer for a November trade mission that will expose South Florida small businesses to a market…

FIU adds 10 programs across China

With the success of its Hospitality & Tourism Management program in Tianjin, Florida International University continues to expand its presence in China with a variety of new programs over the…

Saudi Arabia, China funnel students to Miami

Universities in Miami-Dade have seen foreign student numbers increase as an overall trend. Saudi Arabia, China, Venezuela and Colombia are the countries that most international students come from in the…

Teacher pay up in Miami, down in Florida

Wages in education in both the public and private sectors have grown in Miami-Dade County in the past six years. However, Florida salaries for educators fell in the same period.…

St Thomas Dean Villamil To Exit

St Thomas Dean Villamil To Exit

When he took the job as the first dean of business at St. Thomas University in Miami Gardens, J. Anthonio Villamil expected the position to be a 3-year appointment.…