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As summer nears an end and students prepare to go back to school, Google is enhancing their College Search feature to offer potential university students more information about 2- and 4-year institutions at a glance.
One year after Google launched the functionality that offers users quick facts about a university within their results, the company has enhanced the tool by including information about 2-year colleges in addition to 4-year universities.
Starting to look at colleges? In the U.S., now you can use Search to find information about two-year colleges, and discover your potential college picks with our new list tool. →
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When the feature originally launched, it provided students with institutional statistcs like the average cost after aid, the graduation rate, and the admission rate. Now, users will see the same information for 2-year colleges as well.
Google also stated that popular certificates and associate's programs from various colleges will be displayed, too, and a new exploration tool has been added so that users can explore the offered fields of study per institution more comprehensively.
All information about the colleges and universities comes from U.S. Department of Education's College Scorecard and Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System. Students, parents, and educators have access to this new collection of information as of yesterday.
Students: an aid of 1,000 euros for scholarship holders who change academy
While the pill of the 5 euros decrease in housing benefits is still struggling to pass among many students, the Ministry of Higher Education announced Tuesday, the establishment of a new aid. Students with a bachelor's degree, enrolled in the first year of a master's degree in an academic region other than the one in which they graduated, will be eligible for a grant of 1,000 euros. To benefit, they will have to file their file on pagefrom August 23, said the ministry in a statement.
Assistance in finding the first long-term job
In addition, the first job search assistance system (ARPE) will be extended for the start of the 2017 academic year. Created in 2016 to improve the professional integration of young graduates under the age of 15. 28 years old, the ARPE consists of financial support, paid for a maximum of four months. It "aims to financially support the period of professional integration, which separates the exit of studies and access to the first job," said the ministry.
This ARPE takes the form of an extension of the scholarship on social criteria received during the last year of studies (from 100 euros to 550 euros per month) for graduates of higher education, or a monthly aid of 300 euros for graduates of higher education through learning with few resources.
To benefit, young graduates can apply on messervices.etudiant.gouv.fr, within four months after graduation, says the release of the Ministry. At the time of its creation, Matignon estimated at 126,000 the number of potential beneficiaries, at a cost of 130 million euros per year.
Google puts drug addiction recovery info front and center.
The opioid epidemic is responsible for tens of thousands of deaths per year. Google hopes to make it easier for the 23 million Americans in recovery to find a support group or find a pharmacy where they can purchase naloxone, the opioid-overdose reversal drug. The tech giant announced today that in honor of National Recovery Month it will be launching two new tools that will help connect recovering opioid addicts with resources. Through the Recovery Maps Locator, users can find more than 33,000 locations that offer support services for those dealing with opioid addiction. This includes school-based support, or family support services.