Posts Tagged ‘university’

Union University Alumna A Shining Example of Purposeful Living

November 12, 2010 0 Comments

Read about how one Union University’s Alumna is using the education she received in university to change the future of a nation through humanitarian and peace-building efforts. Andrea McDaniel recently visited her alma-mater, with the hope that her experience would inspire many to dedicate their lives to a noble cause.

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Seven Reasons to APPLY EARLY.

November 2, 2010 0 Comments

Thinking about procrastinating on the University Application? Read this and discover seven important reasons to apply early for University from the experts. ELI 360 has been working with international student applications for over 20 years and we believe more so than ever how important it is for students to start applying early for university. Read More…

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New ESL Program at Hardin-Simmons University

October 15, 2010 0 Comments

Hardin-Simmons University, in collaboration with ELI 360, recently launched its new English as a Second Language (ESL) Program in the Fall Semester of 2010. The groundbreaking program currently consist of five students from mainland China. Read more about this program and how it has been highlighted on the local news channel.

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University: Learning Is Inevitable.

October 8, 2010 0 Comments

It is an undeniable truth is that being in university inevitably forces the individual to grow mentally. Students who persevere through the academic rigors of a four-year college career cannot avoid coming out being better and more efficient in dealing with knowledge and information. Read more…

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Lessons from China’s Current Employment Crisis.

September 14, 2010 0 Comments

China’s current crop of university graduates are faced with a competitive job market with extremely bleak prospects. Over 25% of 2010’s graduates are still unemployed. What is causing this crisis and what lessons can we draw from it?

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Private Universities in India Embrace the Liberal Arts Model of Higher Education

April 14, 2010 0 Comments

One country seeking to emulate the traditional higher education powerhouses is India. Traditionally, the task of educating India’s youth has long been that of the federal government. However, in recent years, the private sector has realized the shortcomings of a federal education system, particularly on the university level. In view of this, a crop of exceptional and accomplished Indian businessmen has risen to the task of increasing the opportunities for and quality of education in India

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High School Counts

February 26, 2010 0 Comments

High school is a great opportunity for those seeking to do well in college to start developing themselves and establishing a strong foundation for the future. It will not hurt to work a little harder than your peers because ultimately, as I have learned from experience, it is you and you alone that benefit from all the effort you have put in. It is easy to feel like a lot of what you do in high school is a waste of time or energy. When you do encounter these thoughts, remember that high school is not the end; remember that high school does count when it comes – it is a stepping stone to ensuring success in university.

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Studying Abroad and Creativity: Is there a Link?

February 24, 2010 0 Comments

According to a study conducted by INSEAD’s William D. Maddux in collaboration with Adam D. Galinsky from Northwestern University, there is sufficient scientific evidence to support the idea that studying abroad does indeed increase an individual’s level of creativity.

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