Tag Archives: education

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

Posted in Undergraduate Studies | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in Undergraduate Studies | Tagged , | Leave a comment

UK’s Decreased College Funding Could Increase Skills Gap

A new education loans system in the UK will decrease funding for higher level courses, which could see a large drop in students attending college in the country. This new system could also widen the skills gap, according to analysts. … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Advantages and Disadvantages of Having a Master’s Degree

Professionals looking for better job opportunities will look to a master’s degree for better chances. But is it really worth getting a master’s degree instead of focusing on your current career ladder? Here is a breakdown of its advantages and … Continue reading

Posted in Employment Tips | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Why Students Have the Right to be “Choosy”

Italy’s unemployment numbers are quite high, especially for those aged between 15-25 years old, but the vacant jobs available amount to thousands ranging from factory work, tailoring and baking. Authorities have condemned the Italian youth for “snubbing” the prospects, showing … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis, Employment Tips | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Four Courses That Can Help You Become Employable

Today, the world’s fresh graduates face a crisis as unemployment continues to inflate and underemployment is becoming the only option. But if you want to get employed quickly taking your chances with underemployment, here are a few courses and subjects … Continue reading

Posted in Employment Tips | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

What Do Most Students Actually Learn in College

College is an integral part of education and is the springboard to one’s chosen career option following at least 4-5 years of studying and learning the disciplines required for the profession. But what most students actually learn in college is … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Great Ways to Practice Time Management

For any undergraduate or graduate student, it can be very difficult to manage time with the many academic and social activities they attend to. An easy way to successfully practice time management is to make a list and note down … Continue reading

Posted in Undergraduate Studies | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment