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Why Finnish System of Education Should Be Looked Up To?

‘We Created a School System Based on Equality’ – Finnish minister of education, Krista Kiuru (2014) To the outsider, particularly from the United States, the Finnish education system seems like one which makes a habit out of bucking trends. Children don’t begin school until they are 7, have longer recess and holidays (up to 300 … Read More»

BBA Explained

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is a degree course designed to impart strong foundations in business fundamentals, applied knowledge in active market and real-world enterprise scenario. The course is typically for a four-year collegiate duration (though some colleges do have three year courses), with focus on general studies for the initial part, gradually specializing in … Read More»

Dropout Factory As a Result of Education Drawbacks

Most people hearing “Charlie and …” immediately think of “Chocolate Factory” and that is a great childhood memory of sitting on the couch and watching small Oompa-Loompas making the chocolate. It was definitely the life of joy. But growing-up always bring new realities, usually less fantastic but more problematic. And when it comes to being … Read More»

YouTube Bloggers Among Students

Robert Jr. Who? Dude, I’m watching YouTube! YouTube is a favorite website among students, and not just for watching cute kitten videos! People of all ages and from all around the world can upload, watch, and comment on videos – anything that is anything on the internet makes its way there! YouTube celebrities are now … Read More»

ELearning in 2015: the Sky is Not the Limit

With technologies booming and internet becoming the go-to source for almost everything, eLearning is hypothetically on the rise. As more and more experiments and surveys are conducted, the growth of eLearning in today’s world is becoming more apparent because it is convenient as well as effective, there is no question that it will keep on … Read More»

How to Pay off Student Debt? Sell Your Face!

Student Debt and Ways to Pay it Off It’s a fact – tuition prices rise at a higher rate than personal incomes, making it harder and harder for students and their families to afford to pay for college. The majority of students leave university with a great degree, but also a large amount of debt … Read More»

PISA: What It Is and How It Works

Until the recent Research from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) showed up, the United States education system was unquestionably the best in the world. Not only was the investment of highest order, the overall results and international standing was highly rated as well.

Language Support for International Students

Thousands of students choose study abroad option to get a feel for what it’s like living and studying in a completely new environment. It’s a challenge alright. The culture is different but one thing is absolutely difficult to cope with- attaining the perfection or fluency in English.