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Posts Tagged ‘education

Resources for Graduate Students’ Homeworks, Essays, and Papers

Saturday, 5 March 2011

Being a graduate student here in the U.S., I found that the hardest part of doing the homeworks, essays, and papers are not the assignments themselves. In fact, for me, the hardest part is almost always finding the resources I need to support my homeworks. Although you can find abundant information in the web, sometimes […]

Lessons from My Journey Through The Company’s Scholarship Program

Wednesday, 10 March 2010

I was one of the few selected to receive The Company’s scholarship to pursue overseas master programs – finally, after my failure last time. After the rigorous, exhaustive and prolonged qualifying tests held by The Company, I thought the journey would all be downhill from there. My thought could not be more wrong. The process […]

Arifin’s Blog

Sunday, 30 December 2007

Remember my benevolent friend Arifin who helped my parents a lot when they’re in Japan last March? Guess what, he has had a nice blog since August! His blog is straightforward and very informational, a great resource for you guys trying to make it as students – under or post-grad – in Japan though, at […]

Wake Up Call

Monday, 24 December 2007

Perhaps all decision makers on education should watch the following video on YouTube. It’s kinda wake up call to us all, reminding us that education is key in securing our and our children’s future. Our failure to even secure a slither share of 2% of the annual government budget for education will be a failure […]