Students who want to further their education after obtaining a bachelor’s degree may want to pursue a Master. This advanced degree is available in a wide range of areas such as science, business, technology, arts and humanities.
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The role of the executive assistant has evolved. Being an EA or PA isn’t just about managing the diary and booking flights. EAs now make key decisions and manage budgets. They ... +
Our Undergraduate Program in Business Administration (License) at the Mediterranean School of Business is distinguished by its global approach. This program presents a unique ... +
Our TEFL course includes 120 hours of training designed to prepare the future EFL/ESL teacher to teach people from all over the world and from different cultures.
This UK PGCE - Postgraduate Certificate in Education, is one of the most reputed Teacher Training courses in the world. Teaching international educational approaches, the PGCE ... +
Our program guarantees* an unpaid, for-credit, 12-week internship placement of at least 30 hours a week in the field of your choice. Develop your professional skills, your abi ... +
Leadership skills often take time to learn, because they are multi-faceted, behavioral and context-dependent. Becoming an effective leader is challenging for many new managers ... +
Technological advances continue to bring about social change and affect the way human beings live and work. It affects the way we do business everywhere, whether it be in fina ... +
Do you want to get ahead in your career? Do you want to expand your horizons? Do you want to advance in your life? You need to learn the skill of thinking for yourself. You ne ... +
Managers and administrators perform many different tasks and fulfill various roles. This necessitates having more than just your line of work skills. You will need strong lead ... +
Bay Language Institute, conveniently located near five flying schools, has built up a good reputation for quality and excellent results in Aviation English training. Some two ... +
Our General English Courses consist of 20 lessons per week, covering the four skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening, as well as grammar, and focusing on everyday ... +
Business English combines General English in the morning (20 lessons) and Business English in the afternoon for a total of 30 lessons per week.