Emily Hancock Siedeberg-McKinnon (Clyde, Otago, February 17, 1873-Oamaru, June 13, 1968) was a New Zealand physician and hospital superintendent. She was the country’s first female medical graduate.
She advocated raising the age of consent; strong measures to prevent venereal disease; the abolition of the Contagious Diseases Act of 1869; the appointment of women police officers, hospital and factory inspectors; and equal opportunities for women in higher education and employment. She condemned prostitution but offered practical support to prostitutes within her own home. She was also the first woman to be appointed as a policewoman.
The European School of Management and Technology, also known as ESMT Berlin, is a private, non-profit business school based in Berlin, Germany. The business school was founded in 2002 by 25 global companies and institutions, including Bosch, KPMG, Siemens and T-Mobile. ESMT Berlin offers various business master’s and doctoral degrees, as well as executive education in the form of open enrollment and customized programs.
ESMT Berlin is considered one of the most prestigious business schools in Europe, ranked #7 by the Financial Times and #12 by Bloomberg Businessweek. It is among the top 1% of business schools in the world. It is triple accredited by the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS), the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the Association of MBAs (AMBA).
Curtin University is one of the largest and most multicultural universities in Western Australia. It offers students a truly international experience, quality education and the opportunity to live and study in one of the most diverse cities in the world.
The National Pedagogical University has agreements to study abroad.
The universities are located in a total of 24 COUNTRIES, although the international campuses and the infinity of alliances that add up to the postgraduate programs they offer, makes the possibility of studying in other countries expand.
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The University of Zaragoza directly manages two University Residence Halls on the San Francisco Campus: The University Residence Hall (CMU) Pedro Cerbuna (250 rooms) and the CMU Santa Isabel (192 rooms), one more on the Ebro River Campus (102 places) and two more in the cities of Huesca and Teruel (CMU Ramón Acín, 125 rooms) and Teruel (CMU Pablo Serrano, 96 single rooms). In the city of Zaragoza there are also nine university residences managed by private companies. There is also a University web service that helps students who are looking for a room or apartment to rent.