HomeWhat To Study

What To Study

How To Become An Engineer In Canada

Want to know how to become an engineer in Canada? This article has been provided by Professional Engineers Ontario. Enjoy! In Canada, the P.Eng. designation...

Why Study Art History?

Learn why the study of art history is important and where it can lead you. In a financial climate where the arts and humanities are...

Chemistry in Canada: Now and in the Future

Canada is a multicultural nation with a high-quality education system and a focus on encouraging more students to study chemistry. Canada is a geographically large...

Why Study Accounting and Finance in the UK? – BAFA Collaboration

Why study accounting and finance in the UK in today’s global economic environment? The number of international students studying accounting and finance in the UK...

Is a Music Teaching Career for You?

Teaching is a richly rewarding profession, and music is a powerful medium of expression. If you have musical talent and ability, then teaching music...

How to Train as a Tour Guide in Ireland – AATGI Collaboration

Are you interested in working in Ireland and have a passion for the country’s history, heritage and culture? This content has been provided by the...

Which Skills Do You Need to Study an Undergraduate Degree in Economics?

The American Economic Association discusses what exactly economics is, how it affects society and what skills students need to develop to successfully complete an...

Spring Break

It’s been so long since I last blogged that it’s almost funny. Every time I tell my roommates I’m going to blog they laugh at me...

Social Science: Helping Us Understand Ourselves and the World

Social science is an important area of study that will lead to a versatile degree and a rewarding career. Social science has probably never been...

No Such Thing as the Winter Blues

Dublin in November. The clocks have gone back and the afternoons are a mere blink in a dark day. The weather is indifferent to all considerations...

A New Life in Canada

Hi all! I’ve been blogging for my university for two years and I’m really excited to have a whole new set of readers. I...