Finding funding for your PhD is not always easy. They are rare and are not too often publicized as Masters and Bachelors scholarships. However, tens of thousands of these types of scholarships exist all over the web especially for students from Africa and other developing regions. A few of these scholarships have been identified as some of the top scholarships for intending PhD and Post-doctoral students.
What do you spend most of your time on? You have two choices; to either feel disappointed and frustrated about the whole situation in your country: high rate of unemployment, poor governance etc or take responsibility for your career.
It may not seem easy to accept, high unemployment rate or not, you are responsible for your life’s outcome.
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,
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?
Does it really make sense to quit a job you already have, interrupt your life for two years to go back to education when you can get all the business experience you need on the job?
This is a very serious question indeed especially knowing how expensive an MBA education seems to be these days.
It has become increasingly difficult to get and maintain a job as a recent graduate especially the kind that suits your qualification. Many fresh graduates often end up at crossroads after they have left the university to seek jobs and they find out employers simply don’t want them. Because an employer is not only looking at what you have done,