The travel industry is on the verge of a reboot. Hospitality was the business sector most visibly touched by the international coronavirus pandemic, from news flashes of outbreaks on cruise ships to the gradual locking-down of airports, museums, hotels, and restaurants. As the industry awakens from this unprecedented shutdown, hospitality management graduates have the opportunity to … More 5 Reasons to Study International Hospitality Management
Epidemiology is the study of the causes, risks, incidences, and movement of diseases among populations. An epidemiologist analyzes patterns and other information relating to the development and spread of a disease or other health conditions. Governments and public health organizations use this analysis to plan their policies and to strategize against the spread of existing … More Why Study Epidemiology?
Artificial intelligence is taking over the world! And like all good revolutions, the AI uprising began in academia. “Education, I think, is going to be the killer app for deep learning,” says president of the Neural Information Processing Systems Foundation, Terrence Sejnowski. Regular students are finding more and more instances of AI-driven learning in the classroom and around campus. … More What Students Should Know About Artificial Intelligence
To protect the vulnerable and fight for justice: that is the ambition of many a promising student when they choose to follow a career in law. But before the heroics (and the often-unglamorous nitty-gritty of practicing law) comes the small detail of getting your law degree. Students in the United States need to go to … More How to Explain an Unusual College Major in Your Law School Application
The final academic year of the decade is a pivotal moment for higher education. Challenges are being met by increased technical and pedagogical innovation, plus increased revenue from philanthropical sources. So just what does the 2019/20 year hold in store? And what does it mean for students? Continue reading at MasterStudies.com.
Innovation is a major currency in 21st-century business — but new ideas aren’t generated in a bubble. The 20th-century model of the lone genius who figures it out for themselves and strides on to take the glory has become dated. In major innovation ecosystems like Silicon Valley and San Diego, business leadership is not about … More The Power of a Network in the Innovation Economy
Education is our future: at its most basic, it develops the skills and personalities of those who will shape the world; at its best, it is education that foresees and defines the changes that lie ahead. To prosper and excel and to serve their students, higher education institutions must stay ahead of social, political, and … More 4 Ways Leaders Are Effecting Change in Higher Education Today
Troubled times call for compassion, but compassion with purpose. Over 134 million people around the world require humanitarian assistance and protection, mostly as a result of conflict or natural disaster. The international community was able to cater for just60% of global humanitarian needs in 2018. Refugee issues are a mainstay on the news, as governments debate the fates … More What Can You Study to Become a Humanitarian Worker?
For years, our culture has treated summer school as a place for slackers to catch up or for nerds to race ahead. But now, emerging generations of students are engaging with the idea that learning experiences in vacation time aren’t just useful – they’re stimulating and fun, too. Some Gen-Z students are using summer school … More The Rise Of The Summer School