10 Tips to Start Learning Online for Lazy Students

There is a possibility that you know some people who are just brilliant in school. You are aware that some of your classmates are just good at learning and they are able to answer all of the right questions and do well in school. If you are lazy but you know that you have to improve some of your habits, what are the things that you plan to do? You have the option to study without using the Internet but this can make you even lazier...

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5 Tips to Find a Mentor at University

All students need some sort of mentor when they begin to navigate through the university system. In fact, some universities even assign a mentor to each student, especially at the post-graduate level. However, the mentor-student personality match isn’t always right and then the student isn’t able to get what they really need from the situation: Trust and confidence that this person is out for the student’s best...

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Life After College: Graduate Employment 2015

More than four in five 2015 college graduates expect to earn $25,000 / €22,800 or more a year, but only two in five 2014 college graduates earned $25,000 / €22,800 or less a year. Only fifteen percent of college graduates want to work for large companies and twenty-seven percent consider social networking the best way to get a job. Eight in ten 2015 college graduates expect formal training from their first employer, but...

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6 tips for Surviving and Thriving in an Undergraduate Research Program

Undergraduate research programs provide a great opportunity for students to conduct high-level academic research in their junior or senior year (or years 2 and 3). Undergrad research not only looks fabulous on a resume but gives students a taste of what graduate and post-graduate school will be like. Students who wish to be entrepreneurs can also learn leadership skills and independent motivation that will serve them well upon...

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A guide to raising bilingual children

Bilingualism offers many benefits to children, both culturally and academically. Here, we take a look at some of those benefits and some of the methods employed, to raise bilingual children. Infographic provided...

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Student Entrepreneurs: Turning a Micro Business into Employment Success

Regardless of the major field of study there is increasing competition in the job market upon graduation. Students now have to think of innovative and creative ways to stand out from the crowd so they can be successful at a job interview or in the job market in general. One option some undergraduate students are turning to is the idea of a micro business or other entrepreneurial endeavour while they are still a full-time student. A...

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