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101. Do wisdom teeth need to be removed?
February 15, 2019


You probably know many people who have had their wisdom teeth removed; it’s a very common oral surgery procedure. Determining whether or not you need to have your, or your child’s, wisdom teeth removed is usually a decision that your general dentist and referred oral surgeon can help you make. Several factors may contribute to your unique situation and whether or not wisdom teeth extraction is right for you. In short, wisdom teeth extraction is not always necessary. Patients are usually between the ages of 18 and 24 when the third molars (commonly called wisdom teeth) come in. For patien... (read more)

Author: Dr Chris Tye

102. History and Geography on School Ski Trips in Morzine
February 14, 2019


For anyone faced with organising an educational trip abroad, it’s a fine balance that needs to be achieved – you need a mixture of genuine learning experiences and activities that make sure it’s fun and engaging for the students. With that in mind, school ski trips are a popular choice at the appropriate time of the year. Morzine, a fantastic resort in the French Alps, is an ideal location to take young learners on school ski trips. Not only does it offer a wealth of fun and energetic activities on its snowy slopes, it also holds great appeal in terms of its history and geography. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

103. All About Spain's Sierra Nevada Ski Resort
February 14, 2019


If you’re the one charged with organising school ski trips for your students this year, your head might be spinning a bit with the choices you’re faced. France, Switzerland, Italy, the USA… where do you start? It might surprise you to know that you could actually choose somewhere a little more unexpected: Spain! School Ski Trips to Sierra Nevada Although Spain is not considered one of the best places in the world for winter sports, for school and youth groups, it offers an array of appeal. Sierra Nevada is actually one of the highest resorts in Europe, meaning plenty of snow, amazing... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

104. House Shares: Living in London on a Budget
February 11, 2019


Housing is always the biggest cost of studying abroad, and it can be hard to find a reasonable price for the right kind of student accommodation. London is a city filled with opportunities which should not be missed however, whatever the obstacle. There are a number of ways to find affordable, high-quality housing in the city, including the best in my experience: house shares. It may seem daunting at first, but they are increasingly common among international and English students alike and can be the gateway to a range of fantastic experiences. House shares are when students live togethe... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

105. Going Underground: London's Finest Tube Stations
February 11, 2019


I can’t think of many transport systems quite as intricate and culturally significant as the London Underground, the city’s iconic spine which runs just below its surface. Some of the stops are even famous in their own right, instead of just for the many landmarks that surround them. It seems like everywhere you look there’s a tube stop with some great historical significance. I hope that this list of a few of my favourites will help you see that just outside the doors of your London student housing, a transport worth marvelling at awaits you. Notting Hill Gate This is one for the f... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

106. Chinese New Year Under the Lights of London
February 11, 2019


There are many varied ways to build relationships and experience other cultures just outside the door of your student accommodation. London is renowned for its engagement with large numbers of multicultural celebrations, and high on its list is the Chinese New Year. The city has a flourishing Chinese community as well as a reputation for parties, so this is a great opportunity to make friends and have a good time. The Details Though the actual date of the New Year this year is 5 February, the celebrations in London will be taking place Sunday 10 February in honour of the Year of the... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

107. Lovey-Dovey Locations for Valentine's Day in London
February 08, 2019


If you’re studying in London and will be spending time with a loved one this Valentine’s Day, why not celebrate at one of the city’s most romantic attractions? There’s so much to see and do whether you’re looking for something subtle or extravagant, and most attractions are situated just short distances from the main areas of student accommodation. London can be the most romantic place on earth if you know where to look! Hyde Park Stables Just a short 20-minute tube journey from student housing near Southwark Station, the Hyde Park Stables are the perfect attraction for a couple. Sim... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

108. House Share Relations: Plan a Night Out in London Together
February 08, 2019


If you’ve recently moved to London for a study abroad programme, chances are you’ll soon be making new friends. Whether you’re staying in university halls, with a local family doing a homestay or in a house share with fellow students, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to meet like-minded people and form close bonds to last a lifetime. Many young people like to bond over nights out in clubs, bars or somewhere a little more low-key, and there are sure to be plenty of spots near your student accommodation. London is a lively hub of evening entertainment – you just need to know where to lo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

109. Choosing Between Catered and Self-Catered Student Accommodation
February 08, 2019


Choosing your student accommodation is a huge part of your study abroad experience, and it’s not always easy to know what’s best for you. Whether you’re looking into a house share, halls or a homestay, London has plenty of options, each with their own pros and cons. If you’re struggling to choose between catered and self-catered, here are a few points that might help you come to a final decision. Choosing Self-Catered If you want to jump right in at the deep end when it comes to living away from home, self-catered accommodation is the way to do it. You will have full control of your... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

110. Best Nutrition Assignment Help USA
February 05, 2019


Recent research around the world has established direct contact between dietary intake and serious diseases like cancer. Our nutrition assignment help focus on increasing knowledge regarding nutritional food values and motivates people to adopt healthy life styles. While acute vitamin deficiency can lead to tumors, unregulated intake of fat leads to cancer. Students can now understand the complex theories with nutrition assignment help. Students studying nutrition spend hours to understand the concepts and theories to successfully present report, essay, solve case study and to create diet char... (read more)

Author: Natasha Sean

111. How to Have a Happy Homestay: London Student Accommodation
January 31, 2019


If you’re thinking about studying abroad and opting for a homestay, London has plenty of opportunities. Staying with a host family is not only a great way to improve your English, but also allows you to fully experience the local culture. Homestays are rarely unsuccessful, but in order to make it work between you and your host, some ground rules will need to be established on arrival. If you’re keen to make your homestay a success, here are a few tips: Help with Cleaning Your host is likely to want to keep their house clean and tidy, so you will be expected to clean up your own ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

112. Have an Educational and Imaginative Disneyland Paris School Trip
January 29, 2019


A Disneyland Paris school trip has so much to offer young students, both as an educational experience and as a special end of term treat. Primary and secondary school teachers alike will appreciate the opportunity to ignite the imaginations of pupils as they meet their favourite characters, as well as engage their creativity and teach them some history. Below are the highlights of the park, which allow students to experience the fantastical world of Disney while learning its history and becoming inspired by its creation. Walt Disney Studios Park Take a break from the rides and t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

113. Special Aspects of MBA Education Colleges in Mumbai
January 25, 2019


Your search for the most promising colleges for your children with the prime aim of acquiring a good career for him or her. All you have in mind is – your child should own the caliber of a prospective job or should acquire the acumen of a businessman! A noteworthy aspect in this regard is that not one, but a bunch of MBA education colleges exist today in our country and many of them are in Mumbai. Among a list of numerous others, there is the Thakur Institute of Management Studies and Research (TIMSR) which has built a rare identity and a remarkable standing in the country. You should know ab... (read more)

Author: John Edward

114. The Coolest Vintage Shopping Near Your Student Accommodation
January 23, 2019


London is a city which is both incredibly modern and forward-thinking as well as nostalgic, historic and full of exciting and diverse fashion. Brick Lane, Spitalfields and Camden are just some of the best spots to head to if you’re looking for vintage fashion. Brick Lane One of the most colourful and vibrant paths in the capital, Brick Lane is conveniently located nearby to plenty of student accommodation. London is home to some diverse and unique works of art, and there is a selection displayed all over the buildings of this street. With everything from fantastic food to bril... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

115. Staying in North London? The Best Museums on Your Doorstep
January 23, 2019


There are several wonderful museums to visit in north of the capital especially if this is where you have organised your student accommodation. London is a city filled with rich history, culture and art, and you’ll find plenty to explore in this part of the capital, including Freud’s home, Keats’ House and the Canal Museum. Although plenty of the capital’s most iconic sites are in the city centre, there is so much to discover in North London. It is in this area that you’ll find a wealth of aviation history related to the RAF, the intriguing story of British Judaism and incredible enginee... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

116. Discover the Quirky Architectural Highlights in London
January 23, 2019


England’s capital city, London, is full of unusual and exciting architecture. The city is home to buildings from a variety of different time periods, each with its own unique style and character. With so much fantastic architecture in London, it’s easy to explore plenty of interesting buildings even if you’re only staying in the capital for the short term. Student accommodation is available all over the city, so you will probably be living close to some of this quirky architecture wherever you’re staying! City Hall Free to visit, City Hall is home to the office of the London ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

117. Visit the Philharmonie de Paris on a School Trip to Paris
January 21, 2019


There is a wealth of educational opportunities waiting for your pupils at the Philharmonie de Paris. An essential element of any music school trip to Paris is a visit to the Philharmonie and Cité de la Musique; they will provide your class with a range of interesting and exciting cultural information. Philharmonie de Paris On the edge of the capital is the Philharmonie, one of the city’s finest attractions and an interesting and educational spot to bring your music students. Whilst the original project included a big auditorium, it ended up going much further. It now gives both resi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

118. A River Cruise Down the Scenic Seine on a School Trip to Paris
January 21, 2019


An excellent addition to any school trip to Paris is a river cruise down the River Seine. It will live long in the memories of the pupils in your group and will also provide the perfect opportunity to take in the city’s major sights, and spot some more unfamiliar and exciting ones too. Beginning a school trip to Paris with the river cruise is a great way to pique your pupils’ enthusiasm for the city and its main historical and cultural points of interest. Taking the cruise towards the end of your time in the capital is also a good option; it is a great chance for the pupils to relax, unw... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

119. Is IAS Coaching is Needed?
January 20, 2019


Is it possible to clear the IAS exam without attending the coaching classes? It is the common question that is asked by most of the civil service exam aspirants. We have derived answers from toppers to make it clear whether dedicated IAS coaching is needed or not. The answer is Yes! In the present online scenario, it is possible to clear the exam without attending the coaching class. If the person is a hardworking candidate, then it is highly possible to accomplish without the coaching classes. The aspirants start their IAS preparation in a confused manner. They would not be sure how to ... (read more)

Author: lakshmi priyanka

120. How to Work and Pass Certification Tests Simultaneously
January 15, 2019


There is a lot of pressure in the IT sector to make sure that you have all your certifications in order. And the issue is that you will often be told by a company that you must get a test certification within a certain number of weeks, even if they are not prepared to give you much time off to prepare. So you are stuck in a situation where you must work most days but still take the time to study for tests. How can you get this done? Time Management It goes without saying that proper time management will be crucial. If you are working for eight hours, five days a week, it means that y... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

121. Four Tips For Acing IT Exams
January 15, 2019


If you are currently working in the information technology field, or you are hoping to enter the industry, you will be familiar with the concept of technical examinations. These exams are administered by various vendors, which provide hardware, software and services to companies around the world. Vendors such as Cisco, VMware and Microsoft will administer exams that are related to specific software or services. Here are four tips that will help you ace those IT examinations. 1. Take The Most Relevant Exams When you get interested in the IT field, it is tempting to sit for every possi... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

122. Visit the USA on a Disneyland Paris School Trip
January 10, 2019


Disneyland Paris might only be a hop, skip and jump across the water but, just because it isn’t in the USA, doesn’t mean that it lacks any of the original Disney excitement and attractions. In fact, there are two sections in the Paris Park that are dedicated to American themes. Both offer a cultural and historical insight into different aspects of American life and are major highlights of Disneyland Paris. School trips here benefit from the combination of an enlightening educational experience and a relaxing fun-filled time outside the classroom. Main Street, USA Bringing small town ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

123. Take Your Art Students to the Eiffel Tower on a School Trip to Paris
January 10, 2019


From the very moment that the Eiffel Tower was built no one could deny its attraction. Not only did it symbolise modernity and stand as a piece of art that was considered ‘before its time’, it soon became a monument that represented the capital city and was recognised the world over. Teachers taking students on a school trip to Paris are more than likely to include a visit to the Eiffel Tower. However, for art students in particular, a visit here can open up a whole world of discussion and learning. Artists, from painters and singers to poets and photographers, have been inspired throughout th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

124. Introduce Your Students to Iconic France on a School Trip to Paris
January 10, 2019


Ahh, gay Paree. France’s capital is known for its food, fashion, culture and art, making it a diverse and exciting destination for teachers of many different disciplines to bring their students. However, if the members of your class have never been to the City of Lights before, it can be hard to know where to start – which is why I say begin at the beginning. What I mean by this is it’s important to build a base of Parisian history – after all, the famous sites are well-known for a reason, and students who have never been to the city before are sure to want to tick them off their bucket l... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

125. What You Need To Know In Order To Ace Your vSphere 6.5 Exam
January 07, 2019


As has become commonplace within the tech industry, individuals who are hoping to work with vSphere 6.5 in a professional setting will need to obtain the necessary qualifications to do so. When companies are rolling out vSphere 6.5 and they are seeking to hire someone who can manage the system, they will be checking qualifications to ensure the candidate is right for the job. Acing the 2v0-602 - vSphere 6.5 Foundations Exam Much like other vendors, VMware uses their own examinations to ensure that IT professionals are ready to use the software they are providing to companies and othe... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti



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