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201. 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

202. 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

203. 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

204. 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

205. 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

206. 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

207. 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

208. 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

209. How Black Belt Certification Can Help You Grow At Work
January 07, 2019


I'll tell you my story. I am a production engineer and would like to share something very important with you: The secret for the production engineer to never get unemployed, get promotions and constant salary increases. And most importantly, be satisfied with your performance at work. Most companies today face an increasingly crowded market and this makes it very difficult to increase their revenue because any 1% more in sales volume is not easy. So how do you increase your company's profit without increasing your sales volume? It's simple, just controlling your expenses and eliminating w... (read more)

Author: Maicon Costa

210. A Quick Pros and Cons List on Coding Boot Camps
January 07, 2019


This is a really touchy subject for both people who have attended a boot camp and those who are considering a boot camp. Some coding boot camps are absolute crap while others are amazing. I'm just going to give you a few pros and cons about committing to a boot camp and then a little snippet of a few things I've seen from boot camp grads. Pros It's completely immersive. You'll live, breathe, and eat code for a few months. Employers aren't as averse as it might seem. [72% of employers think boot camp graduates are just as good as college graduates.](http://blog.indeed.com/20... (read more)

Author: Milecia McG

211. Affordable Cost of Breast Cancer Treatment in India: A Huge Ray of Hope for ailing Medical Value Tr
January 07, 2019


Overview There are enumerable types of Cancer that have been troubling the human race for ages now. The word ‘Cancer’ brings equal amount of pressure – physically, emotionally, financially – and breaks down the patients badly. One of the types of Cancers that is affecting millions of women across the globe is Breast Cancer. Breast Cancer also known as Malignant Breast Neoplasm, is a Cancer that originates from Breast tissue. Usually, it happens from the inner lining of the milk ducts or the lobules, which supply milk to the ducts. Cancers initiating from the ducts are called Ductal Carcinomas... (read more)

Author: Ankit Sharma

212. Seven Steps to Choose the Best PGDM College in Mumbai
January 06, 2019


Mumbai is one of the best educational hubs in India where you can get the top-rated institutes and colleges. Regardless of the field, the city brings exclusive options. As far as PGDM Colleges in Mumbai are concerned, there are several choices. You need to define your set of requirements first to choose the best amongst them. It is quite a complex task. The blog gives seven steps that will help you in reaching the appropriate college. Define the goal before you begin What is your motivation behind joining the PGDM course? Have you been impressed by the high salary levels or inte... (read more)

Author: John Edward

213. Sleeve Gastrectomy Surgery in India
December 28, 2018


Overview Obesity being a very prevalent health issue these days, there is lot of pressure on the healthcare experts to find out more effectual treatment and surgical options to help such patients. There are different types of Obesity or Bariatric Surgeries possible today and this way all patients suffering from the issue of Obesity have a chance of getting relief of this problem. So, each kind of Bariatric procedure is advantageous in its own way. One of the procedures that has been accepted worldwide and has proved extremely fruitful, is Sleeve Gastrectomy. In this weight loss proce... (read more)

Author: Ankit Sharma

214. Student Accommodation: London's Top Three Living Locations
December 05, 2018


If you’re looking for student accommodation, London is sure to have something for you. The city has a huge range of living options, some of which are in the very centre. They have excellent access to the main attractions. If you’re feeling unsure as to where you’d like to stay, here are three recommendations you may wish to consider… Bloomsbury There are countless accommodation options for students in Bloomsbury, and as well as being a lively culture hub, it’s also rather visually appealing – the quaint streets and lush green parks make the area quite unique when compared to the rest... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

215. Study Abroad in London: Why Students Love the City
December 05, 2018


The world is full of exciting and interesting places, but there’s one that you just can’t beat – London. Travellers flock to the Big Smoke year after year to catch a glimpse of the famous landmarks, historical sites and celebrity faces, but why is it such a popular spot for students? Read on to find out. A Top Location London has in fact been voted the No.1 international student city in the world, and is estimated to attract almost 100,000 students every year from over 200 different countries. Because of this, the place has a unique diversity and effortlessly maintains its buzzing a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

216. Student Accommodation in London: What You Need to Consider
December 05, 2018


Whether you’re looking to stay in student halls, a shared apartment or another form of accommodation, there are a few things you’ll want to consider before settling on your student housing. London offers such a wide range of student accommodation options that there is bound to be something that suits you. Give yourself plenty of time and you’ll no doubt find your perfect property. Take these important factors into consideration and you’re sure to feel a lot happier with your housing choice in the long run. Location This is one of the most vital decisions you will have to make r... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

217. Shared Student Housing: Top Tips for Newbies
December 05, 2018


If you’re soon to be studying in London and are looking to live in a shared student apartment, you will discover that it’s rather different from living at home. Though there will be plenty of other things to think about when you first move to the city, it’s important to consider any changes that you might need to make to your lifestyle in order to live amicably with other students. Here are a few tips that will hopefully help you on your way to a fantastic student experience. Communicate As daunting as it may seem for less-confident people, you are almost guaranteed to have a better... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

218. Deck Your Student Halls: London's Christmas Light Displays
December 05, 2018


It’s that festive time of year again and, as usual, London is taking it to the next level with their celebrations. Whether you’re staying around Carnaby Street or Regent’s Park, spectacular Christmas lights will never be too far from your student accommodation. London is certainly the place to be if you’re looking to get into the festive spirit, so read on for information about some of the city’s very best light displays happening this year. Oxford Street The Oxford Street Christmas lights have always managed to attract visitors in their thousands, and this year is said to be no diff... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

219. 5 Unmissable Attractions for Students in Bloomsbury
December 05, 2018


For those staying in student accommodation, London offers a wealth of attractions catering to various interests and budgets. Bloomsbury in particular is a fantastic place to be if you’re a student – there’s so much to see and do that you’ll feel spoilt for choice. Here are the top five attractions you certainly shouldn’t miss. The Cartoon Museum Take yourself back in time and check out some of the most popular British cartoons – some of which you may recognise from your own childhood. This museum is London’s first public cartoon collection, and it includes a huge variety of comics, c... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

220. Make Music in Paris and Barcelona on a Themed School Trip
November 29, 2018


There are few better ways to open eyes and minds than to travel, and few better places than Paris and Barcelona. These wonderful cities are steeped in rich cultural, historic and architectural heritage. Taking students on an exciting and eye-opening school trip to one or both of them is a great way to encourage an interest in a variety of subjects – particularly music. These spectacular locations offer the perfect opportunity to present students with new perspectives and the chance to perform in a brand new place. Paris One of the most popular destinations for teachers looking... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

221. Inspire Young Learners on a School Trip to Vibrant Varanasi
November 28, 2018


There are few more remarkable destinations for a school trip than India’s sacred city, Varanasi. This exotic location is an ideal place to take a group of geography, history or religion students as there are a number of fantastic learning opportunities on offer in the region. You don’t have to stop with just Varanasi either, as both nearby Delhi and Agra offer students wonderful opportunities to discover something new. Take your pupils on a tour of these three cities and experience the different cultures and rituals that have helped to shape modern Indian society, including the temples, ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

222. Away for the Day: Great Ideas for a One-Day UK School Trip
November 27, 2018


The ideal solution for any teacher looking to organise an exciting, eye-opening and fulfilling school trip for their students whilst either sticking to a tight budget or avoiding long travel times and overnight stays is a one-day trip within the UK. There are a number of cities, towns and areas of interest that are perfectly suitable for groups of students on a one-day school trip. From the historic, attractive and enticing city of York to the immensely popular, fun-filled Alton Towers, the UK has plenty to offer. York This northern city is arguably one of the country’s most id... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

223. How to Make Your Homestay a Success
November 23, 2018


Living abroad for the first time can be complicated and daunting, especially if you’re moving to a big city like London. There are plenty of accommodation options for those studying in the UK capital, including halls of residence, shared flats and houses - all of which have their own pros and cons. To add another option to the mix, if you decide on a homestay, London living becomes a totally different experience. Staying with a homestay host family means you can experience British life in an authentic way, and it’ll also provide you with a platform to enhance your language skills. Any opp... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

224. The Pros and Cons of a London Homestay
November 23, 2018


Choosing your very first student accommodation when studying abroad can be a challenging task, and it’s safe to say some options certainly aren’t for everyone – particularly when it comes to a homestay. London student life often starts out with accommodation in halls of residence or shared student houses, but with a homestay you’ll experience something completely different. Here are some of the general pros and cons to help you decide whether this is an option you should consider. Pros • You might not want to spend every hour of your life with other students, so being able to i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

225. A Guide to London Student Accommodation Types
November 23, 2018


There are so many things to think about when moving abroad to study in London, but one of the main concerns for new students is usually accommodation. It can be difficult to work out the type that will work best for you, especially when there are so many options available. In order to help you with your decision, read on for our basic guide to student housing. London is not as scary as it may seem! Self-Catered Halls If you enjoy being independent and following your own schedule, self-catered halls are a great option. It’s a fantastic way to form quick bonds with your flatmate... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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