TAU Career Counselling Stall at Launch of Student Career Magazine “Inspire Guyana”
Texila American University is very glad to inform that we have signed MOU with ABE UK where ABE UK students shall credit transfer to TAU’s management programs (various specializations) in Bachelors and Masters Level.
Studying Management programs in TAU with ABE qualification gives an opportunity for the students to develop key competencies in the field of management globally. Students who have completed ABE diploma at different levels like level 5, level 6 and level 7 can enter into Bachelor or Master Programs of TAU.
Level 5: Eligible for Bachelors with 1 year & 4 months
Level 5: Eligible for Intermediate Masters with 2 years & 6 months
Level 6: Eligible for Intermediate Masters with 1 year& 6 months
Level 7: Eligible for Intermediate Masters with 1 year
Students can choose the appropriate program from a wide variety of specializations like Business Management, Financial Management, Management of Information Systems, Human resource Management, Marketing Management, Travel, tourism and hospital management etc.
At the end of the program TAU awards the degree through the partnership with Universidad central de Nicaragua (UCN).
Please find below the link and this will help you clarified if you have any question.
TAU listed on ABE UK’s website
MOU between TAU & ABE UK is listed
Management programs offered by TAU
Course: MPH Program
Good day madam.This is a good news to me. I have been to the website and I confirmed it. I least expected it. In fact I am highly encouraged by this positive move of TAU. Publishing the capstone project of a student is amazingly astonishing and appetizing. I will make sure I improve in my future works. Thank you to TAU for internationalizing my capstone project. I hope this type of surprise package will continue.
To all my tutors at TAU, I say a BIG THANK YOU.
Texila American University (TAU) has launched four Scientific and academic journals pertaining to various field of study and research.
One of the milestones in the academic expansion of Texila American University (TAU) is the launch of four informative academic journals on their E-Journal website (EIJASR). These journals are
1) South American Journal of Medicine, Vol – 2, Issue- 1
2) South American Journal of Public Health, Vol – 2, Issue – 1
3) South American Journal of Clinical Research, Vol -1, Issue – 1
4) South American Journal of Academic Research, Vol – 1, Issue – 1
All these journals cater to the different areas in the field of education and research. TAU had previously launched the first volume of South American Journal of Medicine and South American Journal of Public Health six months back and this time it has launched the second edition of these journals.
The first publication had few international authors and editors, but this time TAU has gone a extra mile to ensure that there are more number of international authors as well as editorial board members. The Journal of Medicine caters to those articles and findings related to internal research that are interest to the medical community and academics.
The Journal of Public Health contains case studies, capstone project articles and article reviews, related to organization outcomes, mental health, substance abuse, alcohol, etc. In addition the South American Journal of Clinical Research consists of articles, case studies, article review related to Clinical Research.
The South American Journal of Academic Research is the first multidisciplinary journal started by TAU. This journal contains high quality original articles, article review, case reports related to economic, social studies, sociology and non-scientific researches.
Currently TAU has started with four journals in this current New Year and there are plans to launch more innovative journals in the coming months. Also TAU invites international authors to publish their findings as well as editors from all over the world to become a part of the editorial board.
About E-International Journal of Academic and Scientific Research (EIJASR)
EIJASR is an online journal consortium where researchers and scholars can publish their research as well as their findings. It has various international authors and editors who are the best in their field of studies and research. To know more, visit http://www.tauedu.org/research-journal.html
Cuban president Raúl Castro read the declaration that ratifies CELAC countries’ commitment to comply with the goal and principles stated by the UN Charter and the international law.
He highlights the region’s prosperity and stability contributes to international peace and security.
“We are aware peace is a greater good and a rightful wish for all nations and its preservation is fundamental in the integration of Latina Latin America and the Caribbean; and a CELAC common principle and value” the document reads.
The text also highlights the relevance of the Tlatelolco Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean, establishing the world’s first nuclear weapon free zone in a highly populated area, representing a contribution to regional and international peace and security.
The document reiterates the need for a general and complete nuclear disarmament and the commitment with the Agency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean strategic agenda, adopted by CELAC members.
He recalled UNASUR heads of state’s decision to strengthen South America as a Cooperation and Peace Zone.
The declaration reaffirms “our commitment that Latina America and the Caribbean consolidate as a peace zone, where differences among nations are solving peacefully, through dialog and negotiation, according to the international law”.
The Cuban president said the peace zone will include the international organizations member states belong to.
The document adds the permanent commitment to find peaceful solutions to conflicts, in order to ban the threat or use of force in the region, as well as the obligation not to intervene, directly or indirectly, in other states’ internal affairs.
It also calls to observe the principles of national sovereignty, equal rights and peoples’ self-determination.
The text insists on the need to foster friendship and cooperation relations, regardless of political, economical or social systems or level of development.
The text commits and urges 33 State members to act according to the signed declaration in their international conduct and relations between the members.