Under the Radar: Hidden Gems in Business Education

An infographic about hidden gems in business education. Take a look at the way large Universities was and how they are now, which are the 5 top reasons why to go on a small school, and 5 reasons why big schools might be better. See also the 10+1 top-rated lesser known business schools, as well …

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College Tuition Around The World

U.S. college tuition and fees have increased 1,120 percent since records began in 1978. Maybe American students should consider colleges outside our borders. Some schools are breaking the tuition trend and allowing students to attend for free, but how do they make up for all of that money? Finding tuition free colleges is far easier …

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BYOD to Grade School: What Teachers and Parents Are Saying.

If you’ve ever considered sending your child off to school with a $400 laptop in hand, you’re among the 70 percent of parents polled who enthusiastically embraced the idea. BYOD, or bring your own device, has been the goal of progressive school administrators across the country for the past several years. As early as 2009, …

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Major Decisions: Choose Wisely

Students today frequently choose majors based on what they’re interested in rather than what benefits them; however, your choice in education attainment, major, and occupation could affect your bank account by millions of dollars over the span of your working life.

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Mistakes that Online Students Make

Although taking online classes does have its perks, it’s certainly not easier than traditional college. In fact, it can sometimes be more difficult. This belief that online schooling is easier has set many a student up for failure. Thinking that you can pass a course without putting in any effort will always end in disaster, …

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3 Responsible Ways to Spend Your Financial Aid Refund Check

If you were fortunate enough to score scholarships and/or grants in addition to your education loan, you’ll most likely receive a refund after your books, tuition, and housing are paid for. While you may think, “cool now I can afford a new flat screen TV or a new wardrobe,” it’s important that you find some …

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Tips for Juggling Being a Parent and a Student

Being a parent is a full-time job in its own right. Being a student is also a full-time job in its own right. So combining the two can seem like a stressful disaster waiting to happen. Juggling being a parent and a student is hard work, but it’s also not impossible if you go into …

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