In order for any business to look outwards and progress within a global setting, rather than on a local or national level, communicating clearly with individuals from different cultural and geographical backgrounds is key.
Deciding upon your degree subject is a daunting enough task before considering where in the world to study it. With the trend for international study rising across every continent, the choice of where to continue your education is endless. The UK is one place where international students have flocked to for generations and there are many different reasons for it remaining a beacon for many students looking to study abroad. These include:
As you may know, we at Knowledge Pathways International are big fans of travelling. We believe that travelling helps people to learn more about different cultures and can aid the development of new skills and knowledge. However, we also realise that to some, travelling, with its numerous uncontrollable factors, is nothing more than a hassle. And to appease these sceptics, we’ve decided to take a look at some of the pros and cons of travelling.
We have all been, still are or will be applying for jobs and we all appreciate that getting an interview is not an easy thing. It is a big achievement in its own right. However, getting the chance of being invited for an interview for a lot of people is a real problem. It’s a big obstacle because most people want to get an interview but do not know anything or very little at best about the role they are applying for and most importantly about themselves.
Any resource that can help you bag your dream position is invaluable. LinkedIn has grown as a professional social network where you can not only post your CV and experience, but also connect with any business people from across the globe. This makes the platform not just an ideal place to network but also showcase your skills to a wider audience. If you don’t feel as if you are using LinkedIn to its full potential, then here are three tips on how to improve…
Oscar Wilde, the famous British writer, said: “be yourself, everyone else is already taken”. Individuals are formed through their previous experiences that have shaped them and helped them to grow. But this does not necessarily mean that we know exactly who we are, what we are best at and how to best go about understanding our strengths. (more…)
Trying to expand your business? Struggling to find the best solution? In this globalised world it is increasingly important that there is a symbiotic relationship between the consumer and businesses. (more…)
When going on holiday you always have a plan, right?; What time to get to the airport, check in time and boarding time, how to get from the airport to your place of stay etc. If we can plan a holiday so meticulously, why can’t we do the same for a career? It’s simple. We can, but we just don’t. (more…)