Category Archives: UK Universities

Writing Tips for Your College Homework

During your time in college, it is of little wonder if writing down your homework is not the most pleasing experience that you are acquainted with. But it is also a mandatory part of performing well academically as the grades are important in the larger context of your academic career. Just like grades are not the sole factor to be reckoned with in the course of your life at college, homework assignments are also more than just the marks that you earn for yourself. They are designed to provide you with knowledge about different aspects and elements of the subject that you are studying. It also serves to acquaint you with your own abilities and weaknesses and strengths. You also realize the importance of proper management of time and give you the wonderful feeling to put in an effort whose result is pretty good. Continue reading –>

Tips to Facilitate Thesis Writing

A thesis marks perhaps the highest achievement of a student and exemplifies the student’s capabilities at its best. A sharp and subtle mind with excellent skills in analysis is almost a pre-requisite for conducting research and put down a thesis in writing. However, it is not rare to find a student who is really good at research but is unable to effectively convey the information in the written word. Simple writing is in itself hard and academic writing is harder still. And this is another reason why thesis writing is such a tough task. But the tips that follow will definitely make your thesis writing task way easier. Continue reading –>

Channel 4 And Lord Puttnam Launch New Media MBA

The fact that the creative industries together accounted for £84.1 billion of the economy of the United Kingdom got acknowledgement only in very recent times. So, it was only befitting that it was soon followed by the announcement of a new two year executive MBA with the joining of forces by Lord Puttnam who is an film producer with the distinction of winning an MBA and Channel 4 which is mainly geared towards providing upcoming media bosses the business skills that are needed to be able to thrive in the marketplace globally.

However throwing a corporate angle to arts and media industries in Britain has always been somewhat of a contentious issue. The course which is to be stretched over a period of two years covers what is termed as- the five tensions of creative leadership by the organizers and ready up executives for the pressures associate with the job and enable them to balance the factors of failure chances and the necessity to take risks.

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