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What is a work placement year and how to get it?

A work placement year is usually spent gaining valuable work/industrial experience during your term at the university. It may be a compulsory element of your curriculum and you could be required to complete it in the middle of your second and final year at university during a sandwich course. You may be assessed and get credit for the year in the industry too. Read more

List of colleges that have waived SAT score requirements for Fall ’21 admissions

The SAT is a standardized test conducted by the College Board to evaluate the students’ written, mathematical and verbal skills. Students who aspire to take admission for undergraduate courses, mainly in the US and Canada, must have an SAT score for the application. Read more

All about MBA at INSEAD business school

INSEAD is one of the world’s leading and prominent business graduate schools. With locations in Asia (Buona Vista, Singapore), the Middle East (Abu Dhabi, UAE), Europe (Fontainebleau, near Paris, France), and North America (San Francisco), it offers aspirants a truly immersive global experience. Additionally, INSEAD alliances with other top institutions to span its research and business education across the world. Read more

How to write SOP for winning scholarships?

A Statement of Purpose or SOP describes your life’s journey and all the events that finally led you to the need for further upgrading your knowledge and skills through higher education. It’s an essay that covers every aspect of who you are, what you did, how you did and what you want to do. Read more

What is the difference between SAT test-optional and test blind?

Whether you are going to take the December 5 SAT or not, if like thousands of other high schoolers, US is your top choice for earning your bachelor’s degree, you should know about colleges that embrace policies like test-optional or test blind. This helps avoid any confusion in the admissions process. Read more

Why do MBA graduates receive such high salaries?

It takes a fair amount of money to feel financially secure. Who doesn’t like to shop, pay rent, or eat out without being anxious? We often overlook such security when we have it. But it takes the necessary striving to reach that level. Students and professionals looking forward to breaking the bank, leading an organization, or starting a business someday are often attracted to an MBA program. Read more

What is the scope of doing an MBA in international business?

Do you know what the singular greatest goal of any business is? Growth!

First, you want to raise your brand in your circle, then your city, moving on to your country and finally the goal is to go global. This is exactly how some of the world’s biggest companies have made it to their place. Take McDonald’s for instance, or even the famous Kentucky fried chicken, they started as little local fast-food restaurants, and now people compete all over the world to own their franchises. Other than restaurants, we have fortune 500 companies that started in Silicon Valley, and some even in garages, but now they have clients from individual people to entire governments. If you really think about it, most of these global MNCs boast multi-billion-dollar revenues. And who’s behind managing all this money and global connections? You guessed it, international business majors! Read more

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