Category Archives: UK Universities

5 Best Online MBA Programs

An MBA is considered by many to hold the key to rising up the career ladder and giving your salary a much needed boost. For working professionals who simply cannot take two or one years of full or online study an online MBA makes sound sense. The flexibility, the cost effectiveness makes the cold hard logic only too obvious.

Recently the best online programs were ranked by the U.S. News and World Report. The evaluation of the schools was based on the selectivity of admissions, the engagement of students, the reputation of peers, the credentials of faculty and training and the technology and services of students. It should be noted here that many of the top slots were occupied by multiple universities.

The online MBA program as offered by the Temple University bagged the top spot. Close on its heels were the Indiana University at Bloomington and Chapel Hills’s University of North Carolina.

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The Best Christmas Party In 3 Simple Steps

Most of you may fret at the idea of hosting an elegant Christmas soirée or a simple get-together with cocktails. Imagine all the work and the planning that it will need; needless to mention cooking, cleaning and organizing to take care of.

Some of you may already be breaking into a sweat simply imagining that massive to-do list. This is one Christmas list that is better left for the perfect housewife like Brie from Desperate Housewives to get done, while you binge on the Hors d’oeuvre and eggnog leaving all the heavy lifting to others.

But wait, hosting a Christmas dinner party or get-together might not be such a nightmare after all.Simply follow these easy steps and be the perfect party-host and the envy of neighborhood ladies.

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England Tops High Cost of Education List

In a recently released educational survey conducted annually England stood at pole position as far as average tuition fees for undergraduate studies are concerned in the world of industrialized nations,though the Return on Investment or the ROI remains high due to the higher wages for graduates.

On an average, British undergraduate students had to shell out approximately £6,000 annually as tuition fees in the academic session of 2013-2014 after it was decided by the government to higher the upper ceiling of tuition fees by as much as three times, the survey conducted by OECD, an abbreviation for “Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development” revealed .The US was the next most expensive place to study for under-graduates having £5,300 as tuition fees. In Japan it costs around £3,300 for doing the same according to OECD which is based in Paris and is comprised of 34 countries many of which may be considered to be prosperous.

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