Category Archives: Undergraduate Studies

The Political Origins of British Education’s Troubles

In almost every school in the world including the United Kingdom, grades are a huge factor to seeing success in one’s career. If one couldn’t cope with good grades, one cannot completely say he or she has succeeded. But the … Continue reading

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Three Ways Critical Thinking Can Help Overcome Your Writing Trouble

Think outside the box. Educators often tell students to think outside and see things from a different perspective. The irony is everyone only has one perspective. But the trick is the educator wants you to think of things from your … Continue reading

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Would You Let Your Kid Go To A Haute Home School?

Everywhere is a classroom when you’re doing home-schooling. Now, it’s becoming a trend. In the United States, home schooling is becoming a popular alternative to private schools for most children. At any given day. The perks are that they can … Continue reading

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China Tones Down Elite Education

Due to increasing western influences in private and elite education Chinese schools, Beijing is attempting to tone down and reduce the costs of elite education to reduce the growing gap in education quality. New elite schools with higher costs are … Continue reading

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Would You Let Your Child Attend To Ginger Spice’s School?

Geri Haliwell of the all-time famous UK female supergroup Spice Girls is to discuss her proposals for opening a free educational institution with the Department for Education. Haliwell, who had launched designer clothing ranges, children’s books and other institutions, said: … Continue reading

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“Ethical Dramas” Oversimplified By International Students

Ethics training on international and US students are streamlined in most universities. But according to the journal Science and Engineering ethics, there’s a difference between the two as to how they approach ethical decision-making, biases and compensatory strategies. Ethical research … Continue reading

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Why Do Students Need Wifi in Campus? [Infographic]

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Harvard Is Now Teaching Architecture As a Liberal Art

Getting tired of doing a draft for a building because you couldn’t express yourself? Maybe it’s time to go overseas and study in Harvard. The Harvard Garduate School of Design takes a new twist with their new Architecture studio course. … Continue reading

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Education Secretary Stresses That Fundamental British Values Should Be Taught

UK Education Secretary Nicky Morgan said to British MPs that schools should not fold from teaching “fundamental British values” in the school system. She stressed that “different ideologies” should still be present in schools. The response came after five Birmingham … Continue reading

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University of Leicester Affordable for Most Freshmen and Sophomores

College education can be very expensive with horror stories of students and families buried in expensive educational debt for years after their graduation. Included in these expenses are board and lodging, daily consumables and pocket money. However, according to financial … Continue reading

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