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Posted April 13, 2015 by

How Can You Carry More GCSEs from Your Home When You Need Supervised Coursework?

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Rear view of students with hands raised with a teacher in the classroom. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

General Certification of Secondary Education (GCSE) is an academic qualification for a specific subject. Pupils of age 14-16 take this exam as secondary education in England, Wales and North Ireland.

If you genuinely wish to improve your comprehensive resume and earning likely, gaining more GCSEs is the best way to do this. If however going to college is not on hand and you want to use home study or learning online courses to do this, how you do will get around the fact that GCSEs now involve that coursework must be done under exam conditions. This will not lend itself to learning online or home analyzes courses.

Well, there is now away to achieve this. It’s called IGCSE (International General Certificate of Second Education.) The IGCSE is assessed by a final exam. There is no coursework. This causes it to become particularly suitable for home study. (more…)

Posted December 10, 2014 by

Advice for Graduates Seeking Opportunities Overseas

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Ready for success. Four college graduates standing in a row and smiling. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Finishing university sends people in a variety of different directions. Some people miss the academic setting they are leaving, but others yearn to begin their working lives. Fortunately, options for both types of people have increased dramatically as the world has become more connected. For some students, pursuing work or additional training abroad can lead to exciting opportunities that they might not have access to in their home countries. Before jumping on a plane, though, graduates should consider a few important issues. (more…)

Posted October 06, 2014 by

Is the United States Spending Enough Money on Education?

We often hear people say that getting an education is worth the money.  While I believe that is true, another factor to be considered is how much money is being spent on learning in the United States.  Is our country truly getting a return on investment for the money its spending on education, and if not, should we spend more?  Take a look at the following infographic and decide for yourself. (more…)

Posted August 26, 2014 by

Edifications of Becoming a Speech Therapist

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Child in speech therapy. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

With the economization of several industries, it is becoming quite difficult to choose your career path, or to know whether your position would be qualified or required by the industry. In spite of this chaos, there are few areas which assure a strong possibility of career development in the upcoming years. One such area is of speech and language pathology which tends to deal with the patients suffering from speech problems like stuttering, stammering and more. (more…)

Posted June 18, 2014 by

The Risks and Rewards Of Working Overseas

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CVs part of recruitment for international jobs. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Being the face that stands out from the crowd is not an enviable role for the average person. It is this fear of standing out in the open, exposed to danger, that keeps people from making a move that might have some high risks in the short term but big rewards in the long term.

This fear of being exposed is a limiting factor when it comes to students finding/pursuing internships, either here or abroad. It can be a graduate’s first full time job in their field of choice or it can be the feeling in the heart of someone who has decided to live the American dream, even though their own family is thousands of miles away and halfway around the world. (more…)

Posted May 13, 2014 by

Pursuing an Online Education? What to Know about MOOCs

Have you heard about MOOCs or massive open online courses?  These courses could be the future when it comes to getting an online education.  If you want to learn more about MOOCs relative to online learning, check out the following infographic. (more…)

Posted May 07, 2014 by

Graduate Employment: Moving Abroad after College

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Young traveler outside of an airport. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

How often do you think about what you want to do after college?

Dream of being a stuntman? Professional crocodile wrestler? Politician? Whatever floats your boat, with college over, it’s time to face the big bad world head on.

With graduation a hazy memory, parties disbanded and hangover in full swing, it’s time to sort out your resume, apply for jobs and ensure your parents don’t think you’re a complete disappointment. (more…)

Posted March 14, 2014 by

Five college admissions tips for the A-minus student

Jessica Millis

Jessica Millis

As an A-minus student you are still at the top of your game and riding above a great deal of other students. There is a temptation to think you fell just short of excellence, but it is possible to get very far with an A-minus average. Here are a few pieces of advice that you may use prior to creating your college admissions. (more…)

Posted September 24, 2013 by

Should Money Be a Factor in College Recruiters Attracting International Students to Their Schools?

While recruiting international students may be a goal at some colleges, should money be a factor in college recruiters attracting them?  The following post has more on this recruiting strategy.

Su Lau, an international student and School of Management sophomore, said she is from Peru and was not approached by an international recruiter while she was applying to colleges. “I definitely think it [recruiting…

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