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If you want to be a successful businessman, you're probably already thinking of studying at high-quality business schools abroad. An MBA is an obvious choice, but would an EMBA be a better choice? To make a decision, you must first understand the differences between the two renowned trading titles. Of course, you must also determine whether you meet the conditions for admission to the diploma and whether you can pay the tuition fees. We will cover all of this and more to facilitate your selection. MBA vs EMBA - what's the difference? The Master of Business Administration or MBAs are…

In May, Missouri Western State University announced major cuts in response to a historic budget deficit. The public university not only laid off 30% of its teachers but also eliminated the main subjects of history, political science, economics, English, philosophy, and sociology. The skills acquired through training in the liberal arts are systematically among the skills most in demand for the future. As higher education faces new challenges in the 21st century, more and more universities are responding by reducing the areas of specialization in the liberal arts. The number of registrations has also dropped for many liberal arts degrees.…

The spread of the coronavirus has forced colleges and universities to turn to emergency distance education, but online education is not new to everyone: many instructors were already teaching online long before the crisis global health. In addition to being able to discuss the strengths and challenges of online education, these instructors can help students leverage their online learning experience to land better jobs and succeed in their chosen field. For this article, we interviewed Marcus Ellis, an online data science instructor, to learn more about the online learning process, including its greatest strengths, what students can expect in online…

Although I personally have never liked the term "online degree", it is often used to describe a university degree obtained through online courses and programs rather than taking courses on campus. However, the tendency to always classify training as "online" can lead to myths about the online format compared to conventional training on campus. These myths are often related to the difficulty of graduating, how they compare in terms of cost, and how employers receive or respect them after graduation. What can you expect as an online student? Will that experience is worth your time, effort, and resources? Below are…

Hundreds of universities around the world offer online courses: on credit, not on credit, or just for fun. There are over 5,000 open and massive online courses (MOOCs) that are always free. In response to the COVID-19 crisis, some online providers are offering additional online free courses. This may be the perfect time to sign up for a free online course. You can take your career in a new direction by learning to program, improving your communication skills at work, or even enriching the afternoon with a cooking class. MOOCs are great for learning specific skills, but some of the…