Course Guide

This article is sponsored by the University of Dayton. Students who graduate with communications degrees typically veer toward public relations (PR) or marketing careers. PR focuses more on maintaining relationships, while marketing works to actively promote the company or the brand. Choosing which communications career path best suits you could impact which courses you take […]

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  Business and related subjects (such as the ‘FAME’ group – finance, accounting, management and economics) are among the most popular fields of study at universities worldwide, particularly at graduate level. You might have some vague ideas about why this is the case – business graduates are in high demand worldwide, business touches on pretty […]

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A communications degree is, as you may expect, all about learning how to communicate information effectively. Good communication is essential in just about every industry, helping to sell products to the public, maintain strong relationships with investors, clients and customers, and – not always as prominent but just as important – to make sure everyone […]

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Considering studying within the field of arts and humanities at degree level? Discover the top universities in the world for arts and humanities, based on the latest edition of the QS World University Rankings by Faculty. These rankings use international data on research citations, as well as drawing on two major global surveys of academics […]

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Have you ever dreamed of building a robot or designing an aircraft? Have a passion for racing cars and want to be part of a Formula 1 development team? Maybe you’re fascinated by nanotechnology, developments in cleaner and more efficient energy use, or even the study of sound pollution and sound-proofing. Want to make a […]

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Undine Rubeze shares her experience of taking a liberal arts and sciences program as an international student in the Netherlands. Studying abroad was a long-held ambition for Latvian student Undine Rubeze, who was also keen to study in English. However, studying in the country in which the language originated did not appeal: “Universities in the UK, […]

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What is accounting? But first, what is accounting? Accounting is the process by which financial information about a business, organization or individual is recorded, classified, summarized, interpreted and communicated. Drawing from fields such as information technology, law, statistics, business and economics, accounting is a multidisciplinary subject that focuses on an organization or individual’s economic activities. […]

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Aeronautical engineering degrees represent the branch of engineering that deals with the research, design, development, construction, testing, science and technology of aircraft. The field also covers investigation into aerodynamic characteristics of aircraft, including behaviors and related factors such as airfoil, control surfaces, lift and drag. In recent years, aeronautical engineering has become one of two […]

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What do fashion degrees cover? For prospective fashion students who haven’t yet decided which part of the industry they’d like to work within, there are lots of undergraduate fashion degrees which offer a broad introduction to different aspects of the fashion sector. Meanwhile, for those who’ve already identified their ideal fashion career, there are also […]

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