You don’t need to be completely specific about your goals to the point that you already have a position in mind in a certain company. But I would encourage individuals to dig a bit deeper and get clear about what their expected outcomes are.
“Imagine yourself when you are 80, reflecting on how you have lived your life. If you see yourself regretting not having done the programme, then you should certainly do it!” It is just recently that the ranking of business schools were published
Mention the phrase ‘university applications’ to high-school students and watch the color drain from their faces. A glazed look comes into their eyes. A palpable chill fills the air. Next you see of them, they’re cowering under piles of university
“There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.” – Ernest Hemingway Personally, I feel bleeding is an apt, albeit somewhat graphic, metaphor of writing a personal statement. In essence, this is what universities look
With all the talk about Harvard, Yale and Stanford, it’s easy to forget that the college system in the United States is made up of more than just big universities and established names. If you’re willing to overlook the glitz and glamour of the Ivy League,
So, what would you like to do with your life? Back in high school, I always envied classmates who possessed clarity and direction; who knew they were going to be the doctors and lawyers of the future. Funny thing is some of them are now in law and
I'm generally a good person. My work meets all the required industry standards and my coworkers view me as a ray of warm fuzzy sunshine. I'm practically a saint. Does it really matter that I like wearing stripes with plaid? Yes, Mr. Hypothetical
The term "STEM" is being tossed around so much in the news and education forums these days that you'd think all of society has turned into gardening aficionados overnight. An acronym for "Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics", STEM is