Every school, but particularly private schools, offers a school prospectus which is given to new students. The prospectus is a customary ‘Welcome to our school’ statement which is given to the parents to provide them a good look at the school and what can be expected, as well as what is expected of the attendees.
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As the name suggests, single subject study involved studying one individual subject, rather than enrolling into an entire course. If you’ve ever considered returning to studies, in order to improve your skill set or to advance your career, single subject study may be the right option for you. Single subject study is the most flexible way to complete your studies, particularly if you choose to complete your studies via online education. For more information regarding single subject study, read on to discover if you’re eligible and what benefits this poses for you.
What is Single Subject Study & Who is Eligible?
As briefly discussed before, single subject study involves enrolling in one subject, instead of an entire course. By Read full post…
More than 150 students have been caught cheating or plagiarising the work of others at city universities in the past year.
Figures released by the University of Leicester and De Montfort University show 157 students have been caught out by academics who scrutinise their work or oversee exams.
At De Montfort, 115 have been reprimanded for trying to pass others’ work off as their own, or for cheating in exams in the last academic year.
Colgate alumni from far and wide turned to social media recently to offer advice to the Class of 2016. Suggestions on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter ranged from the practical to the pithy and the common theme was clear: make the most of every moment from the minute you arrive!
Brandon Grabowski ’08 said, “Meet everyone on the floor ASAP!”
And Paris Abell ’97 suggested, “Take every opportunity to expand your horizons, have fun, and meet new friends.”
Katherine Pezzella ’09 said, “Spend time in town getting to know the community and its residents,” and Emily Baselt Steiger ’11 commanded, “Go abroad.”
Giselle Winchester ’10 suggested: “Go to professors’ office hours — not only for help with a class. Amazing conversations and new f
Steve Spurrier put it best shortly after South Carolina’s bowl win over Nebraska: “I told the guys, ‘Next year’s team, they’ll try to win 12, because 11 already happened.’” Such are expectations: they grow when fed, like Gremlins after midnight, and are hard to contain once they reach a tipping point. For U.S.C, the tipping point was the breakthrough first predicted when Spurrier took the head job in 2005. All it took was a meeting of anticipation and achievement, which we saw last fall; while the Gamecocks had achieved many noteworthy milestones over Spurrier’s first six seasons, it’s clear that last year’s team took the next step forward. Now? These Gamecock
This is an anatomical study made by Pontormo (Jacopo Carucci) in 1550. The study was done in black chalk on paper and is kept at the (amazing) Galleria degli Uffizi in Florence. A larger version, as well as images of other works by Pontormo, is available at the Web Gallery of Art.