Posts tagged: colleges and universities

Looking For Online Education Tips?

By Anna Green, April 5, 2010 10:27 am

As the computer age rolls on we are encountering more and more universities that are willing to invest in the education of pupils who may not necessarily be in a place to attend classes at that particular institution of higher education. The offerings are still somewhat restricted but there are chances to get associates, bachelors, and also master’s degrees strictly through online course wor -- read the full article

How competitive are colleges and universities nowadays?

By Onslow, March 5, 2010 3:39 am

Many students in the United States are trying to attend a 4-year university after high school. However, colleges are becoming more and more competitive to get into. Colleges are requiring higher GPAs, and SAT scores. We have looked into various colleges of the University of North Carolina system to demonstrate how competitive they have become. Below are the average GPAs (weighted) from several col -- read the full article

Going To Join College Or University?

By Onslow, February 8, 2010 8:47 am

My main motive is to tell u that if u join a college half heartedly then it will be very difficult for u to enjoy there.It is when we join a college everything doesn’t go smoothly,lot of problems comes in our way but those problems makes us resistant to the problems which comes in our life after the college.Fact is that sometimes we becomes dull and feels hopeless due to behaviour of our col -- read the full article


By Anna Green, December 6, 2009 2:18 pm

The article attempts to present food for thought on how the assessment and examinations could be improved in the colleges and universities that requires training lecturers on examination practices as part of continuous professional development rather than assuming they know what they are supposed to do and to increase quality. In line of the above, it is felt that, There appear to be some assortme -- read the full article

SAT/ACT College Entrance Exams – Try Both

By Anna Green, November 15, 2009 11:02 am

Dear sophomore — It sounds like you are planning ahead for college, and that may be the most important answer to your question. Students who anticipate taking the SAT or the ACT generally score better because they have prepared for the tests. Which test is best for you to take is another issue. Both are widely accepted by colleges and universities nationwide. The SAT is generally considered -- read the full article

Education And Life Style – Colleges and Universities in Middle East

By Onslow, September 27, 2009 3:42 pm

Education is also important part of our life for growing ahead and living better standard. You may earn money but because of lack of knowledge you would not able to utilize your money for your better future. So, education is also important in life. Middle East which is known as pond of oil has also other world class services and standard of life. They are known for its way of life, for their enjoy -- read the full article

MBA Degree – Is it worth it?

By Onslow, September 14, 2009 5:40 pm

An MBA or a Master’s in Business Administration is a degree that is granted after one or two years of graduate level education. The degree prepares students in the theory and practice of business management. Graduating with an MBA implies that you are competent in all managerial roles found in organizations and businesses today. An MBA program largely deals with general management topics but som -- read the full article

Weber State University Alumni, Founders of Campus Book Rentals, Provide a Way to Rent Textbooks

By Onslow, August 20, 2009 5:02 am

Campus Book Rentals was founded by no more than a handful of Weber State College alumni, graduates with an eye for business and a passion for helping students succeed in college. Alan Martin, now acting CEO of Campus Book Rentals, built this company from the ground up with the help of his fellow alumni, Rocky Moline, Todd McCormick and Shane Willard. “I was at my computer before one of my last -- read the full article

How to Benefit From an International Corporate Study Program

By Onslow, August 12, 2009 8:34 am

An international corporate study program serves as a platform for students to explore new avenues of education and real world work experiences. Colleges and universities gain out of such corporate study programs by sharing their educational resources within a greater academic community. Students learn to get acquainted with and develop respect for diverse cultures and beliefs while simultaneously -- read the full article

Career options in Nursing at Stevens-Henager

By Onslow, June 23, 2009 2:16 am

As a profession, few careers can come close to be as rewarding, both personally and professionally, as nursing. Nurses spend their time helping others and expertly blending care, compassion and science. Most work closely with doctors and other health care professionals. Today, nursing is one of the country’s largest health care professions with a growing need for more nurses in the future. Due t -- read the full article

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