If you love inspiring quotes so much you can have them for breakfast, then you are in for a treat. You need motivation to take the bold risks required to achieve great things this year and beyond. At some point in life we’re faced with a decision of whether to take a risk or walk away.
Are you facing a dilemma whether it is better to study in your country or abroad?
You’re not alone. This is a question that many students and their families face on a regular basis. On one hand, you have the comfort of living and studying in your native country, not having to leave behind all your family and friends and not having to spend a fortune on education (learning is supposed to be free right?).
As the festive season begins its annual spread of cheer and holiday mood, we have fortunately and unfortunately caught the bug and oh! It’s a sick feeling!
For this week’s blog post therefore, we shall publish as the festive mood allows and the mood is speaking. Shhhh… What? Okay.. Right? Okay.
So in the spirit of the Holiday,
Understand the critical energy challenges the world faces and analyse the political economy of the global energy industry.
The goal of this free online course is to examine the numerous critical energy challenges we are facing, and the complex interaction between the economics and politics of global energy markets.
Enrolment: 9 January 2017
Timeline: 6 weeks @ 3 hours per week
Skill Level: Intermediate
Course of Study: Global Resource Politics: the Past,
Your skills and expertise are only as strong as your ability to sell them. To secure a job that appeal to you, you also need to know how to present yourself as an attractive potential employee. This career development course will help you highlight your skills and stand out in the crowd through your application materials,
If you are interested in studying at Japanese universities and want to learn about Japan’s university application and enrolment processes, this course is for you.
Enrolment: 12 December (take on demand)
Timeline: 4 weeks of study, 2-3 hours/week
Skill Level: Beginner
Course of Study: Study in Japanese University | Course Platform: Coursera
Created by: The University of Tokyo
About the Course
Are you interested in studying at Japanese universities?
So you have an interview pretty soon. First things first, congrats on winning a spot! You sent out a well thought-out CV and you were called. Not an easy feat.
Now comes the next chapter. Are you as good as your CV says you are?
Interviews can be some of the hardest parts of the job seeking process.