As a final year student on the verge of going to college, you must seek out your high school counselor to help you plan for college. School counselors can help you explore career options, choose the right colleges to apply, and figure out the courses that you need to take and the grades you need
Many of the women’s colleges in the U.S. that were founded to provide women with quality education when women’s rights in the U.S. was still taking root, continue to stand strong and are still known for their academic standards and their brilliant young women graduates. Many of these women who graduated from these colleges have
So you’ve successfully jumped the hoops of the application process and landed on your feet in a university in the U.S. This makes you one of the nearly 975,000 international students enrolled to study in the U.S. One of the good things about studying abroad is the opportunity to broaden your cultural understanding and develop
Life is a numbers game if you know how to play it. And as math majors with numerical literacy, you may be more adept than the rest at facing real-world challenges that require analytical and logical thinking.
As an English major, you can do more than spout Shakespearean quotes. Ideally, you should possess excellent writing and critical thinking skills, and an analytical and problem-solving mind. This means you can explore job roles that are out of the traditional roles for English majors. Career Options for English Majors As an English major, you
If you have a major in business, the world is your playing field. Well, almost. With some careful research and a roadmap, you can go places.
Students of science go on to specialize in subjects but not before they acquire some core knowledge that is common across all fields. This includes the scientific method, statistics, and critical thinking. You can major in science degrees like chemistry, physics, and biology or explore newer degrees like environmental science, aviation science, biotechnology, veterinary science, neuroscience
There was a time when a liberal arts degree was sidelined by STEM degrees. However, the job market has steadily changed and with this change, there is more awareness that skills, more than a degree, make a huge difference in most jobs. This is where a liberal arts major, be it philosophy, history or literature,
Online education comes attached with many perks. It allows you to pace yourself, gives you time to pursue other goals, offers flexibility, and some of the programs can be a lot more affordable than regular on-campus programs. However, it also has its share of challenges. If you are someone who is used to the traditional
If you are aching to pen the next masterpiece but are lost in the process, a course in writing could be the antidote. It could rekindle your joy for literature and writing, show you the ropes of the craft, and instill the discipline to park yourself in your seat to toil away on a story.