Have you ever wondered how would you get your dream job?
You are not alone, as so many people have thought about it at least once in their lives.
I recognise it’s a big goal to have, which I think can be achievable, however, a goal without a plan is just a wish.
So do you have a plan?
If you are looking to find a great opportunity, you need a proper plan.
So, taking into consideration, almost all executive recruiters conduct online research of potential candidates, it explains the importance of having a good online presence which starts by working on your personal branding.
Nowadays, personal branding is a hot topic, however, the majority of students don´t even know what it means.
That’s why I thought I would share a blog post with you some tips on how to improve your personal branding to stand out from the rest of the students.
Learning a new language is undoubtedly one of the best decisions one can make: it improves the way you think, enriches your knowledge and opens so many doors, both personally and professionally. However, many may argue that despite being very useful, it is also a difficult target to reach.
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- 16 Feb 2021
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Have you ever considered studying the German language? Here are some reasons why studying German is a good idea!
1- German and English have many things in common.
The West-Germanic language is the mother language of many modern and widely spoken languages, such as English and Dutch. If you are a native English speaker, German will be easy to learn as both languages have a lot of vocabulary in common. Some examples are ‘Good morning’ and ‘Guten Morgen’, ‘football’ and ‘Fussball’ or ‘book’ and ‘Buch’.
If your native language does not have West-Germanic roots, do not worry! There are more reasons why German is one of the most important languages to study.
Acquiring knowledge is considered an art. Language learning by acquiring language skills is assuming more important in learning. Motivation is one of the most important factors in determining successful second-language acquisition so we’ve collected ideas that will help you on your journey to learn a language and find your motivation.
Dr. Elizabeth Adey
Liz studied up to the Ph.D. level in the UK, working across a range of scientific and social science
disciplines. After completing her Ph.D., Liz lectured in higher education on a range of subject
areas and undertook several roles in student support. Liz then moved into the commercial mining
sector travelling extensively and participating in a range of forums for the UK government and in
the private sector. In 2015 Liz founded Uni Direct which she has grown year on year through
offering highly personalised and supportive services to help students at every stage of their
Uni Direct overview
Uni Direct works with students to help them identify and apply for English speaking degree
courses around the world. We help students apply for foundation degrees through to Ph.D. and
MBA programmes. In addition to our core university application support services, we also provide
academic mentoring services to existing university students.
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- 27 Oct 2020
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Approximately 375 million people have English as their first language, and today it is the third most spoken, native language.
Currently, it is probably the most important worldwide, both for natives and for those who speak it as a second language. This means that it is the main language spoken by many, and is considered an essential language for communication between cultures.
Why learn English? There are many various reasons.
Did you know that the word e-learning was coined back in 1998?
A little earlier than that, in 1995, only approximately 4% of US corporations used online learning. In 2017, this had increased to 77%, and 98% planned to incorporate it in their program by 2020 (source: eLearning Industry, Small Business Trends)
Little they know that, when this year came, those intentions would turn into an actual necessity. Now, practically, or they are online, or they are out!
Moreover, the worldwide e-learning market is projected to be worth $325 Billion in 2025, says Forbes magazine.
Recently, we all are spending too much time on Netflix. Finishing series, looking for a new one, and then finishing it… This situation is just a vicious circle. Maybe, you are feeling bad about it because you can’t create time for other things… Like language learning. But, don’t worry! You can keep watching series on Netflix and improve your Spanish level at the same time. There are marvelous Spanish series just a click away to help you. So, let’s start exploring.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) has impacted almost everyone’s daily life to an unprecedented degree. All the countries are taking precautions day by day more for all circumstances. Today, we will inform you about a situation in which is students who are unable to leave the UK before their visa expiry date.
On 24th March, The UK Ministry of Interior has announced visa extensions and other arrangements for students affected by travel restrictions.
These days, we stay at home more than usual and try to find activities and ways to improve ourselves. Otherwise how long can you lie down in a bed and literally do nothing? We have to motivate ourselves and accept all these things will pass eventually.
In this period, we’ll try to help you to spend your time efficiently. Hmmm yes, HOW?
With online courses, delicious and cultural foods’ recipes, yoga, meditation, handcrafts… in brief everything you need.
You just need to STAY AT HOME and FOLLOW US, we are all in this together!
Okay, let’s start with online courses: