Early childhood care, development and education studies reveal that learning for children must come in a variety of situations. With the young ones’ shorter attention span, their immediate need to discover the world around them using all of their five senses, and their strong imagination, the usual classroom dynamics of being seated for a long time and merely listening to the teacher spew out information just would not suffice. These are just three of the reasons why art and play are crucial in early childhood education, as they create a more robust experience for learning. Continue reading
This post was submitted by Calvin John Mcphee.
Would you learn Russian in Mexico? No, neither would I. So when you want to learn English shouldn’t you go to the home of English to learn it?
Studying English in the UK (That’s England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) makes a lot of sense. You ‘live’ the language and use it 24/7. Thousands of students make the choice of coming to the UK every year to learn English. Below are the essential things you need to think about before coming to the UK.
First thing you need to decide is ‘Do I need a visa’? If coming from Europe the answer is no. Coming from most other countries you would need a visa. Check the UKBA website to see what kind of visa you need. Continue reading
This post was submitted by Beth Nicholas.
Ace that Test! Successful Tips for Online Learners in Higher Education
By Kyle Albert
For students who are enrolled in an online course, participation in activities and collaboration with peers are vital to gain success from this learning environment. But without the physical presence of classmates and professors, how are we going to accomplish that? In this entry, we will teach you the most effective and tech-savvy methods on how to lucratively immerse yourself in an online classroom experience and gain success out of it. Continue reading
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Money-saving tips to make a student loan last
Being a student is tough, particularly when it comes to finances. The cost of going to university is often too much for many students and they end up needing a loan.
If you’re taking out a student loan, there are a few money-saving tips to make it last a little longer.
Below you’ll discover some of the best ways to save money so you don’t feel the pressure of being permanently poor. Continue reading
This post was submitted by Paul Gray.
Are you considering studying abroad? Going to university in your own country can be daunting enough, but travelling somewhere completely different can seem terrifying. However, there are many benefits that can come with studying abroad and below you’ll find out everything you need to know before you make the decision.
Understanding your options
You have two main options when it comes to studying in another country. Firstly you can choose to study a full degree course which will involve staying over there for the entire course period. The alternative is to choose a British university that gives you the option to study abroad for a year. The latter gives you the chance to enjoy the best of both worlds. Continue reading
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I got my first degree through this college, I paid for a postgraduate course but my visa was unfortunately denied on the basis that the college did not provide evidence of continuance. I decided to apply to a university instead, got my CAS letter, got a visa and currently rounding off on my masters program. St patricks started processing my refund in October of 2012, they continued until February of 2013 and told me to send emails to “request an update” from LSBF regarding my refund, I have been doing that and I keep getting (the refund committee is yet to make a decision). I went to the college in June hoping to speak to someone, I waited for over an hour before some lady spoke to me on the phone at the reception, she was too busy to come down and speak to me, she said to keep sending emails which I have continued to do, It’s December 2013, I don’t know why it’s taking so long to return my money, what shall I do, I need help.
This post was submitted by Iyabo.
I’m a student From London lea valley college.u know my college is suspended from ukba list. So can u please ensure me is it really suspended or revoked.. Thankyou
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My name is Moses Adam. I was applying for MBA course at London College of Professional Studies in 2009, and i have paid 3995 UK Pounds. i was supposed to get a letter of confirmation from them so i can go on with my VISA processing.
But since then i did not received any letter of confirmation from them, and was told they’ll refund my money back, but until today i was not refund anything from them.
there were a time they were replying my mails, but they stopped replying my mail.
therefore i don’t know what to do, i need a help on how am i going to be refunded my money.
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My visa has been refused on a ground of revoked college. so nw I m applying with new applications. I got my cas letter frm university. All my papers ready bt the expenses and my remaining college fee I hv to show in my account is comming to total 11890. Bt in my account I hv 10500 . If I give my statement on a base of these mony . Please tell me I dnt hv any other source or option to get more mony. Please tell me it will effect to my visa.
This post was submitted by sayed.
Dear sir i apply tier 4 visa inside UK last 9 month i waiting my result but no response home office i contact several time Sheffield home office they say your application under process please how to make reminder letter in home office via email please advice to me
This post was submitted by Kumar.