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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

A Move Toward Mobility

Of the more than 1,200 Ukrainians between the ages of 16 to 35 surveyed and reported on in “Hopes, Fears and Dreams: The Views of Ukraine’s Next Generation,” many were optimistic: A full 41 percent expressed belief in a bright future.

One widely perceived path to that bright future, according to the online survey? International higher education offerings. More than half of respondents (56 percent) expressed the desire to study abroad, with the UK, USA, Germany, Poland and Canada topping their lists of preferred destinations.

Roughly half of Ukrainian students who aspire to study abroad are motivated by the desire to learn fluent English. Higher quality of education (47 percent);  job prospects abroad (44 percent); job prospects in their home country (39 percent) and less corruption (31 percent) rounded out the top five reasons drawing Ukrainians to international study opportunities. 

Supporting Ukrainian Interest

According to figures from UNESCO, just under 40,000 Ukrainian students were enrolled in international higher education programs in 2014. Given increasing evidence of demand, the British Council has identified Ukraine as a ripe area for recruitment while also calling for other measures aimed at supporting the internationalization of higher education in Ukraine while strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and their universities.

And while the challenges ahead are significant -- young Ukrainians cite lack of money and limited English skills as major barriers to international education -- so are the opportunities. Says the British Council, “The young people surveyed for this report will provide the engine for Ukraine’s prosperity and stability and are the cohort from which the future influencers and leaders of Ukraine will be drawn…the ‘next generation’ is increasingly becoming the ‘now generation’.”

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

A Move Toward Mobility

Of the more than 1,200 Ukrainians between the ages of 16 to 35 surveyed and reported on in “Hopes, Fears and Dreams: The Views of Ukraine’s Next Generation,” many were optimistic: A full 41 percent expressed belief in a bright future.

One widely perceived path to that bright future, according to the online survey? International higher education offerings. More than half of respondents (56 percent) expressed the desire to study abroad, with the UK, USA, Germany, Poland and Canada topping their lists of preferred destinations.

Roughly half of Ukrainian students who aspire to study abroad are motivated by the desire to learn fluent English. Higher quality of education (47 percent);  job prospects abroad (44 percent); job prospects in their home country (39 percent) and less corruption (31 percent) rounded out the top five reasons drawing Ukrainians to international study opportunities. 

Supporting Ukrainian Interest

According to figures from UNESCO, just under 40,000 Ukrainian students were enrolled in international higher education programs in 2014. Given increasing evidence of demand, the British Council has identified Ukraine as a ripe area for recruitment while also calling for other measures aimed at supporting the internationalization of higher education in Ukraine while strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and their universities.

And while the challenges ahead are significant -- young Ukrainians cite lack of money and limited English skills as major barriers to international education -- so are the opportunities. Says the British Council, “The young people surveyed for this report will provide the engine for Ukraine’s prosperity and stability and are the cohort from which the future influencers and leaders of Ukraine will be drawn…the ‘next generation’ is increasingly becoming the ‘now generation’.”

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

Understanding Erasmus
Launched in 1987, Erasmus -- now Erasmus Plus -- has changed the face of mobility in Europe. Through the program, EU students can choose to study in one of 30-plus European countries completely free for up to a year.

Many of the Erasmus’s beneficiaries have included students and faculty from the UK. In fact, just last year approximately 15,500 UK students and 7,000 UK staff studied abroad thanks to EU funding from Erasmus. But will their continued participation be part of the Brexit negotiations, or will they be shut out?

Why Erasmus Matters
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Also on board with safeguarding Erasmus? Alumni Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, who implored students to consider the benefits of EU membership -- with continued participation in Erasmus as a featured point -- before the vote took place.

“As a student in Belgium and France,” Johnson penned in a missive published in The Guardian, “I was able to brush up on my language skills and experience life in another country. I want everyone to have that chance.”

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

Understanding Erasmus
Launched in 1987, Erasmus -- now Erasmus Plus -- has changed the face of mobility in Europe. Through the program, EU students can choose to study in one of 30-plus European countries completely free for up to a year.

Many of the Erasmus’s beneficiaries have included students and faculty from the UK. In fact, just last year approximately 15,500 UK students and 7,000 UK staff studied abroad thanks to EU funding from Erasmus. But will their continued participation be part of the Brexit negotiations, or will they be shut out?

Why Erasmus Matters
According to Erasmus director Ruth Sinclair-Jones as reported by The Guardian, “We do really want there to be prioritisation on the Erasmus Plus because it is important – it has a direct impact on the students and the economy….It is hugely popular in the UK and the results of surveys demonstrate the benefits. Students really shine through, their maturity and self-confidence is stronger. Their academic results are higher, there is lower unemployment and higher wages five years on.”

Also on board with safeguarding Erasmus? Alumni Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, who implored students to consider the benefits of EU membership -- with continued participation in Erasmus as a featured point -- before the vote took place.

“As a student in Belgium and France,” Johnson penned in a missive published in The Guardian, “I was able to brush up on my language skills and experience life in another country. I want everyone to have that chance.”

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Japan and South Korea top a recently published Reuters ranking of Asia's most innovative universities.  The rankings measure the numbers of patent applications, the frequency of research citations, and industry co-authors, among other criteria.  Here's a closer look.



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Japan and South Korea have the most innovative universities in Asia, according to a Reuters report released this August.  The report ranks the top 75 universities on the continent and includes universities from Singapore, China, New Zealand, Australia, India, and Malaysia, in addition to Japan and South Korea.  Of the top 20 universities, 17 are in Japan and South Korea.  South Korea also has among some of the highest research and development spending in the world (4% of GDP), due to a recent, significant policy shift that pushes innovation at its universities.

Focus on Patents

How did Reuters measure innovation?  They based their rankings on those institutions that do the most to “advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy.”  The report also weighted the numbers of patent applications and successes.  Universities that filed 50 or more patent applications between 2009 and 2014, and that were frequently cited by others made the list.  Other criteria?  The frequency of citations[G2] , and the percentage of articles that had an industry co-author. According to Reuters, the universities in Japan and South Korea filed, on average, more than double the number of patent applications than those in other ranked countries.

Good News

Don’t judge innovation on the Reuters report alone, however.  There’s good news for those universities in Asia that didn’t make the list.  Reuters commented, “Of course, just because a country doesn’t have any schools in the Reuters Top 75 doesn’t mean their universities aren’t doing important research.  Since the ranking measures innovation on an institutional level, it may overlook particularly innovative departments or programmes."

Check out the Global Innovation Index 2016, published by the UN Intellectual Property Organization[G5]  to learn more about global innovation at universities around the world, in addition to those in Asia. 

Read more about studying in Asia.

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Japan and South Korea have the most innovative universities in Asia, according to a Reuters report released this August.  The report ranks the top 75 universities on the continent and includes universities from Singapore, China, New Zealand, Australia, India, and Malaysia, in addition to Japan and South Korea.  Of the top 20 universities, 17 are in Japan and South Korea.  South Korea also has among some of the highest research and development spending in the world (4% of GDP), due to a recent, significant policy shift that pushes innovation at its universities.

Focus on Patents

How did Reuters measure innovation?  They based their rankings on those institutions that do the most to “advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy.”  The report also weighted the numbers of patent applications and successes.  Universities that filed 50 or more patent applications between 2009 and 2014, and that were frequently cited by others made the list.  Other criteria?  The frequency of citations[G2] , and the percentage of articles that had an industry co-author. According to Reuters, the universities in Japan and South Korea filed, on average, more than double the number of patent applications than those in other ranked countries.

Good News

Don’t judge innovation on the Reuters report alone, however.  There’s good news for those universities in Asia that didn’t make the list.  Reuters commented, “Of course, just because a country doesn’t have any schools in the Reuters Top 75 doesn’t mean their universities aren’t doing important research.  Since the ranking measures innovation on an institutional level, it may overlook particularly innovative departments or programmes."

Check out the Global Innovation Index 2016, published by the UN Intellectual Property Organization[G5]  to learn more about global innovation at universities around the world, in addition to those in Asia. 

Read more about studying in Asia.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

 

1. Schedule Daily Time to Write
The fact that your boss expects you to be at your internship everyday provides meaningful motivation to show up. Unfortunately, the same element of external accountability is missing from the thesis scenario. The unhappy result? It often ends up getting moved aside and pushed back -- ultimately leaving you in a bind when the deadline is suddenly bearing down and you’re weeks behind where you’d hoped to be by now.

The best way to avoid the last minute rush? Rather than letting your thesis become the thing you do when don’t have anything else to do, make it your priority by establishing a regular writing routine. Not only will this help keep you on track, but it can also get your brain in the habit of writing. Like any other form of “exercise,” the more you write, the easier it becomes. In fact, in committing to write every day, you’re likely to experience all new levels of productivity.

 

2. Prioritize Your Productivity
Do you work best in the earlier hours of the morning while it’s still dark outside? Or perhaps you thrive in the wee hours after everyone else has gone to bed? Do you find working in a coffee shop surrounded by hordes of other people invigorating, or do you need a more solitary environment in order to concentrate?

Not everyone finds inspiration in the same environment. Understanding where you find yours is extremely beneficial when it comes to promoting peak productivity. After all, making time to write is only part of the “big picture.” Also critical? Maximizing that time.

 

3. Keep Your Employer In the Loop
One of the good things about internships is that they’re often designed to accommodate student schedules. In most cases, your employer will be more than happy to work with you to come up with a mutually agreeable work schedule which allows ample time for thesis writing, as well. If you end up in a position where you need to cut back on your internship hours to devote extra time to work on your thesis, open lines of communication are key. Just be upfront in expressing your needs from the start in order to avoid confusion and/or bad feelings in the future.

One additional thing to keep in mind? If you’re planning on continuing to work for your current employer after you graduate, the completion of your thesis -- particularly if it’s germane to the work you’re doing -- can add to your marketability.

 

4. Accept Multitasking as a Myth
While much has been made of the benefits of multitasking, a growing body of research not only suggests that doing multiple things at once may not only be all it’s cracked up to be, but may actually lead to decreased productivity.

A recent study from McGill University indicates that in constantly shifting from one task to the next, the body uses up its oxygenated glucose stores -- the very same fuel which would otherwise be used to focus. Concludes researcher and professor of behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin, “That switching comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.”

While multitasking may no longer be of use to you, something else can be: Scheduling regular 15-minute breaks. Stepping away from your work -- whether during your internship or while writing your thesis -- can actually help you be more productive, but only if you let your mind truly wander. Just don’t let it wander over to the internet, however, as research also shows that online distractions can be particularly destructive. The takeaway? In order to make the very best of your time, stop checking your social media and shut off all of your automatic notifications.

While it’s easy to think of your internship and master’s thesis as warring entities, the fact is the two can be surprisingly symbiotic. Rather than focusing on how they’re working against each other, shift your mindset to acknowledge what they can help you accomplish together.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

 

1. Schedule Daily Time to Write
The fact that your boss expects you to be at your internship everyday provides meaningful motivation to show up. Unfortunately, the same element of external accountability is missing from the thesis scenario. The unhappy result? It often ends up getting moved aside and pushed back -- ultimately leaving you in a bind when the deadline is suddenly bearing down and you’re weeks behind where you’d hoped to be by now.

The best way to avoid the last minute rush? Rather than letting your thesis become the thing you do when don’t have anything else to do, make it your priority by establishing a regular writing routine. Not only will this help keep you on track, but it can also get your brain in the habit of writing. Like any other form of “exercise,” the more you write, the easier it becomes. In fact, in committing to write every day, you’re likely to experience all new levels of productivity.

 

2. Prioritize Your Productivity
Do you work best in the earlier hours of the morning while it’s still dark outside? Or perhaps you thrive in the wee hours after everyone else has gone to bed? Do you find working in a coffee shop surrounded by hordes of other people invigorating, or do you need a more solitary environment in order to concentrate?

Not everyone finds inspiration in the same environment. Understanding where you find yours is extremely beneficial when it comes to promoting peak productivity. After all, making time to write is only part of the “big picture.” Also critical? Maximizing that time.

 

3. Keep Your Employer In the Loop
One of the good things about internships is that they’re often designed to accommodate student schedules. In most cases, your employer will be more than happy to work with you to come up with a mutually agreeable work schedule which allows ample time for thesis writing, as well. If you end up in a position where you need to cut back on your internship hours to devote extra time to work on your thesis, open lines of communication are key. Just be upfront in expressing your needs from the start in order to avoid confusion and/or bad feelings in the future.

One additional thing to keep in mind? If you’re planning on continuing to work for your current employer after you graduate, the completion of your thesis -- particularly if it’s germane to the work you’re doing -- can add to your marketability.

 

4. Accept Multitasking as a Myth
While much has been made of the benefits of multitasking, a growing body of research not only suggests that doing multiple things at once may not only be all it’s cracked up to be, but may actually lead to decreased productivity.

A recent study from McGill University indicates that in constantly shifting from one task to the next, the body uses up its oxygenated glucose stores -- the very same fuel which would otherwise be used to focus. Concludes researcher and professor of behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin, “That switching comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.”

While multitasking may no longer be of use to you, something else can be: Scheduling regular 15-minute breaks. Stepping away from your work -- whether during your internship or while writing your thesis -- can actually help you be more productive, but only if you let your mind truly wander. Just don’t let it wander over to the internet, however, as research also shows that online distractions can be particularly destructive. The takeaway? In order to make the very best of your time, stop checking your social media and shut off all of your automatic notifications.

While it’s easy to think of your internship and master’s thesis as warring entities, the fact is the two can be surprisingly symbiotic. Rather than focusing on how they’re working against each other, shift your mindset to acknowledge what they can help you accomplish together.

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

 

1. Natural Beauty

The entire country of Finland, barring a few islands of its southernmost coast, is located above the 60th parallel. Finland's geographic location, as well as its stunning landscape, makes it an ideal location for students wanting to study and explore.  Head north in the summer when the sun doesn't set and hike around any of Finland's 168,000 lakes. In the winter, Finland turns into a winter wonderland with cross country ski trails through Helsinki's central park and northern lights that dance across the sky.

 

2. Vibrant International Community

Finland has a small population (just under 5.5 million people), but the country has a diverse international community, and international students will find a warm welcome. The University of Helsinki, along with the rest of the country, has worked to establish an “attractive and internationally competitive” profile and international students have a strong network of support.

 

3. Strong Local Culture

Finnish people may seem very reserved, but once you get to know them, you'll find a warm, friendly population and cities full of life. Finns drink more coffee than any other people on earth (around 12kg per person per year!) and the capital city of Helsinki is “full of cafes, culture and clubs.” Spend your weekends browsing flea markets and art galleries, and check out the city's dynamic music scene featuring everything from classic operas to a rock culture that makes Finland a leader in yet another area – heavy metal bands!

 

4. World-Class Education

You can hardly open the news without hearing about Finland's marvelous education system, but the country deserves its reputation. Finland repeatedly ranks in the top five for PISA scores, Finns borrow more library books than any other country in the world, and in the “latest Shanghai ranking, [the University of Helsinki was] #56.” The university is working its way to the top of the ranking and employs instructors who are also esteemed researchers, making it a smart choice for ambitious international students. 

 

5. Safety

Apart from the occasional bear, the streets of Helsinki are relatively safe. The capital of Finland is the second safest city in the world and has been named the most livable city in the world. Outside the city crime rates are remarkably low, and the greatest risk to public safety comes from the wildlife – watch out for moose on the highways!

 

6. Everyone Speaks English

Finland's well-educated population is also extremely fluent in English. Last year, the country ranked #4 in the Education First English Proficiency Index, and Finland's universities offer around 450 programs in English. While international students are encouraged to learn Finnish during their studies, students at the University of Helsinki have access to courses at different levels in English.

 

7. Modern Research Universities

Finland's high educational standards are just one of the ways that this forward-thinking country works to make the world and the future a better place. Finland leads the world in futurology, and its universities are central to the country's efforts. Students can join the Helsinki Challenge, “a science based competition and idea accelerator,” that aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and build a better future. 

 

8. Ideal Location

Finland holds a unique place between east and west and the capital, Helsinki, is only a few hours from Russia and Estonia by train and ferry. The country also has strong ties with Scandinavia and many Finns speak Swedish as fluently as they do Finnish. And with ferries connecting Helsinki and Stockholm, Finland serves as a perfect jumping-off point for the rest of Europe as well.

 

9. Well-Connected

It's easy to travel from Finland to nearby Scandinavian or northern and eastern Europe, but the country's main carrier – Finnair – is setting its sights a bit further afield. The country's location makes it well-placed for flights to and from Asia, and the Finnish airline has already launched plans to increase Asian traffic by 2020. Finnair was the first European airline to offer non-stop flights to Tokyo, and the airline currently offers 77 non-stop flights to Asia from Helsinki every week. This is great news for international students from Asia, or for students who want to use their holidays to explore the world.

 

10. The Saunas!

And, if world-class education, low crime rates, stunning natural beauty, and easy travel access isn't enough, then Finland has one more ace up its sleeve. Finland may not have exclusive claim to the sauna, but no other country in the world knows how to steam the way that Finland does. With more than three million saunas, Finland tops the charts for saunas per capita, and even tiny student flats are likely to feature at least one.

Want to see what else Finland has to offer? Check out the University of Helsinki’s new roster of International Master’s Degree Programs that will launch next year. Courses will be available in English, Swedish, or Finnish and students can choose from thirty-four degrees ranging from European and Nordic Studies to Forest Sciences and Bioeconomy. Read more about the University of Helsinki here.

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

 

1. Natural Beauty

The entire country of Finland, barring a few islands of its southernmost coast, is located above the 60th parallel. Finland's geographic location, as well as its stunning landscape, makes it an ideal location for students wanting to study and explore.  Head north in the summer when the sun doesn't set and hike around any of Finland's 168,000 lakes. In the winter, Finland turns into a winter wonderland with cross country ski trails through Helsinki's central park and northern lights that dance across the sky.

 

2. Vibrant International Community

Finland has a small population (just under 5.5 million people), but the country has a diverse international community, and international students will find a warm welcome. The University of Helsinki, along with the rest of the country, has worked to establish an “attractive and internationally competitive” profile and international students have a strong network of support.

 

3. Strong Local Culture

Finnish people may seem very reserved, but once you get to know them, you'll find a warm, friendly population and cities full of life. Finns drink more coffee than any other people on earth (around 12kg per person per year!) and the capital city of Helsinki is “full of cafes, culture and clubs.” Spend your weekends browsing flea markets and art galleries, and check out the city's dynamic music scene featuring everything from classic operas to a rock culture that makes Finland a leader in yet another area – heavy metal bands!

 

4. World-Class Education

You can hardly open the news without hearing about Finland's marvelous education system, but the country deserves its reputation. Finland repeatedly ranks in the top five for PISA scores, Finns borrow more library books than any other country in the world, and in the “latest Shanghai ranking, [the University of Helsinki was] #56.” The university is working its way to the top of the ranking and employs instructors who are also esteemed researchers, making it a smart choice for ambitious international students. 

 

5. Safety

Apart from the occasional bear, the streets of Helsinki are relatively safe. The capital of Finland is the second safest city in the world and has been named the most livable city in the world. Outside the city crime rates are remarkably low, and the greatest risk to public safety comes from the wildlife – watch out for moose on the highways!

 

6. Everyone Speaks English

Finland's well-educated population is also extremely fluent in English. Last year, the country ranked #4 in the Education First English Proficiency Index, and Finland's universities offer around 450 programs in English. While international students are encouraged to learn Finnish during their studies, students at the University of Helsinki have access to courses at different levels in English.

 

7. Modern Research Universities

Finland's high educational standards are just one of the ways that this forward-thinking country works to make the world and the future a better place. Finland leads the world in futurology, and its universities are central to the country's efforts. Students can join the Helsinki Challenge, “a science based competition and idea accelerator,” that aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and build a better future. 

 

8. Ideal Location

Finland holds a unique place between east and west and the capital, Helsinki, is only a few hours from Russia and Estonia by train and ferry. The country also has strong ties with Scandinavia and many Finns speak Swedish as fluently as they do Finnish. And with ferries connecting Helsinki and Stockholm, Finland serves as a perfect jumping-off point for the rest of Europe as well.

 

9. Well-Connected

It's easy to travel from Finland to nearby Scandinavian or northern and eastern Europe, but the country's main carrier – Finnair – is setting its sights a bit further afield. The country's location makes it well-placed for flights to and from Asia, and the Finnish airline has already launched plans to increase Asian traffic by 2020. Finnair was the first European airline to offer non-stop flights to Tokyo, and the airline currently offers 77 non-stop flights to Asia from Helsinki every week. This is great news for international students from Asia, or for students who want to use their holidays to explore the world.

 

10. The Saunas!

And, if world-class education, low crime rates, stunning natural beauty, and easy travel access isn't enough, then Finland has one more ace up its sleeve. Finland may not have exclusive claim to the sauna, but no other country in the world knows how to steam the way that Finland does. With more than three million saunas, Finland tops the charts for saunas per capita, and even tiny student flats are likely to feature at least one.

Want to see what else Finland has to offer? Check out the University of Helsinki’s new roster of International Master’s Degree Programs that will launch next year. Courses will be available in English, Swedish, or Finnish and students can choose from thirty-four degrees ranging from European and Nordic Studies to Forest Sciences and Bioeconomy. Read more about the University of Helsinki here.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

 

1. Convey Your Expertise
Graduate students are training to be experts in their field. This expertise should be exemplified by your writing. Your language should be direct, confident and authoritative in order to foster a sense of trust with your readers.

Other ways to assemble a cogent argument? Avoid first person tense whenever possible; employ transition words and phrases; and pay attention to sentence structure. Two true hallmarks of graduate level writing? Clarity and control.

 

2. Make Writing Routine
We’ve all heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” This is no more true than when it comes to graduate level writing. Making time to write regularly will not only help you develop critical thinking and writing skills, but can also be an invaluable confidence booster.

Establishing a writing routine is particularly beneficial when it comes to working on your thesis. Many graduate students wait too long to start writing and end up rushing through the process. This can lead to everything from an underdeveloped argument to lack of proper formatting. Avoid this pitfall by setting a schedule for writing as you go...and by committing to stick with it.

 

3. Know Your Reader
Any piece of writing should keep one overarching question in mind: Who is the audience and why are they reading your writing? In addition to clearly presenting your ideas, keep in mind that your thesis is an original contribution to your particular discipline. Make sure your reader knows what to expect by including “signposts” -- such as a table of contents, abstract, introductory paragraphs, etc. -- along the way to help guide your reader. Each sentence should relate in some way to your overall argument.

 

4. Seek Feedback
While graduate level writing is largely an individual effort, there’s plenty of help to be found if you know where to look. For starters, your advisor can be an amazing resource when it comes to “big picture” issues, such as selecting a topic and refining your thesis. In addition to helping identify your paper’s strengths, your advisor can also help suss out your weaknesses thereby preventing you from venturing too far in the wrong direction.

Your fellow grad students, meanwhile, can offer editing and proofreading assistance. And while finding someone in your field can be particularly useful -- especially if you’re writing about a complex or scientific subject -- friends and family members can also offer a helpful second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes.

 

5. Embrace the Revision Process
No piece of writing gets it perfect the first time. In fact, research and writing go hand in hand with revision, but many writers still get tripped up by setting impossible expectations for themselves. The best way to avoid this trap? Make revision part of your mindset.

Also, keep in mind that revision is much more than merely proofreading for mistakes. Rather, it’s an act of complete “re-seeing.” While this often involves expanding on key concepts, it sometimes means letting go of good material if it doesn’t make an essential contribution to your writing. We can all learn from William Faulkner, who once spoke of the need to, “Kill all your darlings.”

 

6. Learn from the Best
One of the best ways to get a better sense of what your writing should look like? Immersing yourself in published work from experts in your field. Visit your school library to read top journals in your discipline, noting writers and writing techniques you most admire. Reading dissertations in your particular area can also help you familiarize yourself with the corpus of research while gaining a better sense of the language used to describe varying concepts.

You’ve already proved your mettle by getting into graduate school, but that’s just the start. These six tips can help you take your writing to the next level. The best part? Writing is a transferrable skill. In other words, you can continue to call on these skills to be a better writer, thinker and communicator throughout your professional and personal life.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

 

1. Convey Your Expertise
Graduate students are training to be experts in their field. This expertise should be exemplified by your writing. Your language should be direct, confident and authoritative in order to foster a sense of trust with your readers.

Other ways to assemble a cogent argument? Avoid first person tense whenever possible; employ transition words and phrases; and pay attention to sentence structure. Two true hallmarks of graduate level writing? Clarity and control.

 

2. Make Writing Routine
We’ve all heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” This is no more true than when it comes to graduate level writing. Making time to write regularly will not only help you develop critical thinking and writing skills, but can also be an invaluable confidence booster.

Establishing a writing routine is particularly beneficial when it comes to working on your thesis. Many graduate students wait too long to start writing and end up rushing through the process. This can lead to everything from an underdeveloped argument to lack of proper formatting. Avoid this pitfall by setting a schedule for writing as you go...and by committing to stick with it.

 

3. Know Your Reader
Any piece of writing should keep one overarching question in mind: Who is the audience and why are they reading your writing? In addition to clearly presenting your ideas, keep in mind that your thesis is an original contribution to your particular discipline. Make sure your reader knows what to expect by including “signposts” -- such as a table of contents, abstract, introductory paragraphs, etc. -- along the way to help guide your reader. Each sentence should relate in some way to your overall argument.

 

4. Seek Feedback
While graduate level writing is largely an individual effort, there’s plenty of help to be found if you know where to look. For starters, your advisor can be an amazing resource when it comes to “big picture” issues, such as selecting a topic and refining your thesis. In addition to helping identify your paper’s strengths, your advisor can also help suss out your weaknesses thereby preventing you from venturing too far in the wrong direction.

Your fellow grad students, meanwhile, can offer editing and proofreading assistance. And while finding someone in your field can be particularly useful -- especially if you’re writing about a complex or scientific subject -- friends and family members can also offer a helpful second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes.

 

5. Embrace the Revision Process
No piece of writing gets it perfect the first time. In fact, research and writing go hand in hand with revision, but many writers still get tripped up by setting impossible expectations for themselves. The best way to avoid this trap? Make revision part of your mindset.

Also, keep in mind that revision is much more than merely proofreading for mistakes. Rather, it’s an act of complete “re-seeing.” While this often involves expanding on key concepts, it sometimes means letting go of good material if it doesn’t make an essential contribution to your writing. We can all learn from William Faulkner, who once spoke of the need to, “Kill all your darlings.”

 

6. Learn from the Best
One of the best ways to get a better sense of what your writing should look like? Immersing yourself in published work from experts in your field. Visit your school library to read top journals in your discipline, noting writers and writing techniques you most admire. Reading dissertations in your particular area can also help you familiarize yourself with the corpus of research while gaining a better sense of the language used to describe varying concepts.

You’ve already proved your mettle by getting into graduate school, but that’s just the start. These six tips can help you take your writing to the next level. The best part? Writing is a transferrable skill. In other words, you can continue to call on these skills to be a better writer, thinker and communicator throughout your professional and personal life.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

A Move Toward Mobility

Of the more than 1,200 Ukrainians between the ages of 16 to 35 surveyed and reported on in “Hopes, Fears and Dreams: The Views of Ukraine’s Next Generation,” many were optimistic: A full 41 percent expressed belief in a bright future.

One widely perceived path to that bright future, according to the online survey? International higher education offerings. More than half of respondents (56 percent) expressed the desire to study abroad, with the UK, USA, Germany, Poland and Canada topping their lists of preferred destinations.

Roughly half of Ukrainian students who aspire to study abroad are motivated by the desire to learn fluent English. Higher quality of education (47 percent);  job prospects abroad (44 percent); job prospects in their home country (39 percent) and less corruption (31 percent) rounded out the top five reasons drawing Ukrainians to international study opportunities. 

Supporting Ukrainian Interest

According to figures from UNESCO, just under 40,000 Ukrainian students were enrolled in international higher education programs in 2014. Given increasing evidence of demand, the British Council has identified Ukraine as a ripe area for recruitment while also calling for other measures aimed at supporting the internationalization of higher education in Ukraine while strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and their universities.

And while the challenges ahead are significant -- young Ukrainians cite lack of money and limited English skills as major barriers to international education -- so are the opportunities. Says the British Council, “The young people surveyed for this report will provide the engine for Ukraine’s prosperity and stability and are the cohort from which the future influencers and leaders of Ukraine will be drawn…the ‘next generation’ is increasingly becoming the ‘now generation’.”

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

A Move Toward Mobility

Of the more than 1,200 Ukrainians between the ages of 16 to 35 surveyed and reported on in “Hopes, Fears and Dreams: The Views of Ukraine’s Next Generation,” many were optimistic: A full 41 percent expressed belief in a bright future.

One widely perceived path to that bright future, according to the online survey? International higher education offerings. More than half of respondents (56 percent) expressed the desire to study abroad, with the UK, USA, Germany, Poland and Canada topping their lists of preferred destinations.

Roughly half of Ukrainian students who aspire to study abroad are motivated by the desire to learn fluent English. Higher quality of education (47 percent);  job prospects abroad (44 percent); job prospects in their home country (39 percent) and less corruption (31 percent) rounded out the top five reasons drawing Ukrainians to international study opportunities. 

Supporting Ukrainian Interest

According to figures from UNESCO, just under 40,000 Ukrainian students were enrolled in international higher education programs in 2014. Given increasing evidence of demand, the British Council has identified Ukraine as a ripe area for recruitment while also calling for other measures aimed at supporting the internationalization of higher education in Ukraine while strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and their universities.

And while the challenges ahead are significant -- young Ukrainians cite lack of money and limited English skills as major barriers to international education -- so are the opportunities. Says the British Council, “The young people surveyed for this report will provide the engine for Ukraine’s prosperity and stability and are the cohort from which the future influencers and leaders of Ukraine will be drawn…the ‘next generation’ is increasingly becoming the ‘now generation’.”

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

Understanding Erasmus
Launched in 1987, Erasmus -- now Erasmus Plus -- has changed the face of mobility in Europe. Through the program, EU students can choose to study in one of 30-plus European countries completely free for up to a year.

Many of the Erasmus’s beneficiaries have included students and faculty from the UK. In fact, just last year approximately 15,500 UK students and 7,000 UK staff studied abroad thanks to EU funding from Erasmus. But will their continued participation be part of the Brexit negotiations, or will they be shut out?

Why Erasmus Matters
According to Erasmus director Ruth Sinclair-Jones as reported by The Guardian, “We do really want there to be prioritisation on the Erasmus Plus because it is important – it has a direct impact on the students and the economy….It is hugely popular in the UK and the results of surveys demonstrate the benefits. Students really shine through, their maturity and self-confidence is stronger. Their academic results are higher, there is lower unemployment and higher wages five years on.”

Also on board with safeguarding Erasmus? Alumni Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, who implored students to consider the benefits of EU membership -- with continued participation in Erasmus as a featured point -- before the vote took place.

“As a student in Belgium and France,” Johnson penned in a missive published in The Guardian, “I was able to brush up on my language skills and experience life in another country. I want everyone to have that chance.”

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

Understanding Erasmus
Launched in 1987, Erasmus -- now Erasmus Plus -- has changed the face of mobility in Europe. Through the program, EU students can choose to study in one of 30-plus European countries completely free for up to a year.

Many of the Erasmus’s beneficiaries have included students and faculty from the UK. In fact, just last year approximately 15,500 UK students and 7,000 UK staff studied abroad thanks to EU funding from Erasmus. But will their continued participation be part of the Brexit negotiations, or will they be shut out?

Why Erasmus Matters
According to Erasmus director Ruth Sinclair-Jones as reported by The Guardian, “We do really want there to be prioritisation on the Erasmus Plus because it is important – it has a direct impact on the students and the economy….It is hugely popular in the UK and the results of surveys demonstrate the benefits. Students really shine through, their maturity and self-confidence is stronger. Their academic results are higher, there is lower unemployment and higher wages five years on.”

Also on board with safeguarding Erasmus? Alumni Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, who implored students to consider the benefits of EU membership -- with continued participation in Erasmus as a featured point -- before the vote took place.

“As a student in Belgium and France,” Johnson penned in a missive published in The Guardian, “I was able to brush up on my language skills and experience life in another country. I want everyone to have that chance.”

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Japan and South Korea top a recently published Reuters ranking of Asia's most innovative universities.  The rankings measure the numbers of patent applications, the frequency of research citations, and industry co-authors, among other criteria.  Here's a closer look.



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Japan and South Korea have the most innovative universities in Asia, according to a Reuters report released this August.  The report ranks the top 75 universities on the continent and includes universities from Singapore, China, New Zealand, Australia, India, and Malaysia, in addition to Japan and South Korea.  Of the top 20 universities, 17 are in Japan and South Korea.  South Korea also has among some of the highest research and development spending in the world (4% of GDP), due to a recent, significant policy shift that pushes innovation at its universities.

Focus on Patents

How did Reuters measure innovation?  They based their rankings on those institutions that do the most to “advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy.”  The report also weighted the numbers of patent applications and successes.  Universities that filed 50 or more patent applications between 2009 and 2014, and that were frequently cited by others made the list.  Other criteria?  The frequency of citations[G2] , and the percentage of articles that had an industry co-author. According to Reuters, the universities in Japan and South Korea filed, on average, more than double the number of patent applications than those in other ranked countries.

Good News

Don’t judge innovation on the Reuters report alone, however.  There’s good news for those universities in Asia that didn’t make the list.  Reuters commented, “Of course, just because a country doesn’t have any schools in the Reuters Top 75 doesn’t mean their universities aren’t doing important research.  Since the ranking measures innovation on an institutional level, it may overlook particularly innovative departments or programmes."

Check out the Global Innovation Index 2016, published by the UN Intellectual Property Organization[G5]  to learn more about global innovation at universities around the world, in addition to those in Asia. 

Read more about studying in Asia.

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Japan and South Korea have the most innovative universities in Asia, according to a Reuters report released this August.  The report ranks the top 75 universities on the continent and includes universities from Singapore, China, New Zealand, Australia, India, and Malaysia, in addition to Japan and South Korea.  Of the top 20 universities, 17 are in Japan and South Korea.  South Korea also has among some of the highest research and development spending in the world (4% of GDP), due to a recent, significant policy shift that pushes innovation at its universities.

Focus on Patents

How did Reuters measure innovation?  They based their rankings on those institutions that do the most to “advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy.”  The report also weighted the numbers of patent applications and successes.  Universities that filed 50 or more patent applications between 2009 and 2014, and that were frequently cited by others made the list.  Other criteria?  The frequency of citations[G2] , and the percentage of articles that had an industry co-author. According to Reuters, the universities in Japan and South Korea filed, on average, more than double the number of patent applications than those in other ranked countries.

Good News

Don’t judge innovation on the Reuters report alone, however.  There’s good news for those universities in Asia that didn’t make the list.  Reuters commented, “Of course, just because a country doesn’t have any schools in the Reuters Top 75 doesn’t mean their universities aren’t doing important research.  Since the ranking measures innovation on an institutional level, it may overlook particularly innovative departments or programmes."

Check out the Global Innovation Index 2016, published by the UN Intellectual Property Organization[G5]  to learn more about global innovation at universities around the world, in addition to those in Asia. 

Read more about studying in Asia.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

 

1. Schedule Daily Time to Write
The fact that your boss expects you to be at your internship everyday provides meaningful motivation to show up. Unfortunately, the same element of external accountability is missing from the thesis scenario. The unhappy result? It often ends up getting moved aside and pushed back -- ultimately leaving you in a bind when the deadline is suddenly bearing down and you’re weeks behind where you’d hoped to be by now.

The best way to avoid the last minute rush? Rather than letting your thesis become the thing you do when don’t have anything else to do, make it your priority by establishing a regular writing routine. Not only will this help keep you on track, but it can also get your brain in the habit of writing. Like any other form of “exercise,” the more you write, the easier it becomes. In fact, in committing to write every day, you’re likely to experience all new levels of productivity.

 

2. Prioritize Your Productivity
Do you work best in the earlier hours of the morning while it’s still dark outside? Or perhaps you thrive in the wee hours after everyone else has gone to bed? Do you find working in a coffee shop surrounded by hordes of other people invigorating, or do you need a more solitary environment in order to concentrate?

Not everyone finds inspiration in the same environment. Understanding where you find yours is extremely beneficial when it comes to promoting peak productivity. After all, making time to write is only part of the “big picture.” Also critical? Maximizing that time.

 

3. Keep Your Employer In the Loop
One of the good things about internships is that they’re often designed to accommodate student schedules. In most cases, your employer will be more than happy to work with you to come up with a mutually agreeable work schedule which allows ample time for thesis writing, as well. If you end up in a position where you need to cut back on your internship hours to devote extra time to work on your thesis, open lines of communication are key. Just be upfront in expressing your needs from the start in order to avoid confusion and/or bad feelings in the future.

One additional thing to keep in mind? If you’re planning on continuing to work for your current employer after you graduate, the completion of your thesis -- particularly if it’s germane to the work you’re doing -- can add to your marketability.

 

4. Accept Multitasking as a Myth
While much has been made of the benefits of multitasking, a growing body of research not only suggests that doing multiple things at once may not only be all it’s cracked up to be, but may actually lead to decreased productivity.

A recent study from McGill University indicates that in constantly shifting from one task to the next, the body uses up its oxygenated glucose stores -- the very same fuel which would otherwise be used to focus. Concludes researcher and professor of behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin, “That switching comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.”

While multitasking may no longer be of use to you, something else can be: Scheduling regular 15-minute breaks. Stepping away from your work -- whether during your internship or while writing your thesis -- can actually help you be more productive, but only if you let your mind truly wander. Just don’t let it wander over to the internet, however, as research also shows that online distractions can be particularly destructive. The takeaway? In order to make the very best of your time, stop checking your social media and shut off all of your automatic notifications.

While it’s easy to think of your internship and master’s thesis as warring entities, the fact is the two can be surprisingly symbiotic. Rather than focusing on how they’re working against each other, shift your mindset to acknowledge what they can help you accomplish together.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

 

1. Schedule Daily Time to Write
The fact that your boss expects you to be at your internship everyday provides meaningful motivation to show up. Unfortunately, the same element of external accountability is missing from the thesis scenario. The unhappy result? It often ends up getting moved aside and pushed back -- ultimately leaving you in a bind when the deadline is suddenly bearing down and you’re weeks behind where you’d hoped to be by now.

The best way to avoid the last minute rush? Rather than letting your thesis become the thing you do when don’t have anything else to do, make it your priority by establishing a regular writing routine. Not only will this help keep you on track, but it can also get your brain in the habit of writing. Like any other form of “exercise,” the more you write, the easier it becomes. In fact, in committing to write every day, you’re likely to experience all new levels of productivity.

 

2. Prioritize Your Productivity
Do you work best in the earlier hours of the morning while it’s still dark outside? Or perhaps you thrive in the wee hours after everyone else has gone to bed? Do you find working in a coffee shop surrounded by hordes of other people invigorating, or do you need a more solitary environment in order to concentrate?

Not everyone finds inspiration in the same environment. Understanding where you find yours is extremely beneficial when it comes to promoting peak productivity. After all, making time to write is only part of the “big picture.” Also critical? Maximizing that time.

 

3. Keep Your Employer In the Loop
One of the good things about internships is that they’re often designed to accommodate student schedules. In most cases, your employer will be more than happy to work with you to come up with a mutually agreeable work schedule which allows ample time for thesis writing, as well. If you end up in a position where you need to cut back on your internship hours to devote extra time to work on your thesis, open lines of communication are key. Just be upfront in expressing your needs from the start in order to avoid confusion and/or bad feelings in the future.

One additional thing to keep in mind? If you’re planning on continuing to work for your current employer after you graduate, the completion of your thesis -- particularly if it’s germane to the work you’re doing -- can add to your marketability.

 

4. Accept Multitasking as a Myth
While much has been made of the benefits of multitasking, a growing body of research not only suggests that doing multiple things at once may not only be all it’s cracked up to be, but may actually lead to decreased productivity.

A recent study from McGill University indicates that in constantly shifting from one task to the next, the body uses up its oxygenated glucose stores -- the very same fuel which would otherwise be used to focus. Concludes researcher and professor of behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin, “That switching comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.”

While multitasking may no longer be of use to you, something else can be: Scheduling regular 15-minute breaks. Stepping away from your work -- whether during your internship or while writing your thesis -- can actually help you be more productive, but only if you let your mind truly wander. Just don’t let it wander over to the internet, however, as research also shows that online distractions can be particularly destructive. The takeaway? In order to make the very best of your time, stop checking your social media and shut off all of your automatic notifications.

While it’s easy to think of your internship and master’s thesis as warring entities, the fact is the two can be surprisingly symbiotic. Rather than focusing on how they’re working against each other, shift your mindset to acknowledge what they can help you accomplish together.

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

 

1. Natural Beauty

The entire country of Finland, barring a few islands of its southernmost coast, is located above the 60th parallel. Finland's geographic location, as well as its stunning landscape, makes it an ideal location for students wanting to study and explore.  Head north in the summer when the sun doesn't set and hike around any of Finland's 168,000 lakes. In the winter, Finland turns into a winter wonderland with cross country ski trails through Helsinki's central park and northern lights that dance across the sky.

 

2. Vibrant International Community

Finland has a small population (just under 5.5 million people), but the country has a diverse international community, and international students will find a warm welcome. The University of Helsinki, along with the rest of the country, has worked to establish an “attractive and internationally competitive” profile and international students have a strong network of support.

 

3. Strong Local Culture

Finnish people may seem very reserved, but once you get to know them, you'll find a warm, friendly population and cities full of life. Finns drink more coffee than any other people on earth (around 12kg per person per year!) and the capital city of Helsinki is “full of cafes, culture and clubs.” Spend your weekends browsing flea markets and art galleries, and check out the city's dynamic music scene featuring everything from classic operas to a rock culture that makes Finland a leader in yet another area – heavy metal bands!

 

4. World-Class Education

You can hardly open the news without hearing about Finland's marvelous education system, but the country deserves its reputation. Finland repeatedly ranks in the top five for PISA scores, Finns borrow more library books than any other country in the world, and in the “latest Shanghai ranking, [the University of Helsinki was] #56.” The university is working its way to the top of the ranking and employs instructors who are also esteemed researchers, making it a smart choice for ambitious international students. 

 

5. Safety

Apart from the occasional bear, the streets of Helsinki are relatively safe. The capital of Finland is the second safest city in the world and has been named the most livable city in the world. Outside the city crime rates are remarkably low, and the greatest risk to public safety comes from the wildlife – watch out for moose on the highways!

 

6. Everyone Speaks English

Finland's well-educated population is also extremely fluent in English. Last year, the country ranked #4 in the Education First English Proficiency Index, and Finland's universities offer around 450 programs in English. While international students are encouraged to learn Finnish during their studies, students at the University of Helsinki have access to courses at different levels in English.

 

7. Modern Research Universities

Finland's high educational standards are just one of the ways that this forward-thinking country works to make the world and the future a better place. Finland leads the world in futurology, and its universities are central to the country's efforts. Students can join the Helsinki Challenge, “a science based competition and idea accelerator,” that aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and build a better future. 

 

8. Ideal Location

Finland holds a unique place between east and west and the capital, Helsinki, is only a few hours from Russia and Estonia by train and ferry. The country also has strong ties with Scandinavia and many Finns speak Swedish as fluently as they do Finnish. And with ferries connecting Helsinki and Stockholm, Finland serves as a perfect jumping-off point for the rest of Europe as well.

 

9. Well-Connected

It's easy to travel from Finland to nearby Scandinavian or northern and eastern Europe, but the country's main carrier – Finnair – is setting its sights a bit further afield. The country's location makes it well-placed for flights to and from Asia, and the Finnish airline has already launched plans to increase Asian traffic by 2020. Finnair was the first European airline to offer non-stop flights to Tokyo, and the airline currently offers 77 non-stop flights to Asia from Helsinki every week. This is great news for international students from Asia, or for students who want to use their holidays to explore the world.

 

10. The Saunas!

And, if world-class education, low crime rates, stunning natural beauty, and easy travel access isn't enough, then Finland has one more ace up its sleeve. Finland may not have exclusive claim to the sauna, but no other country in the world knows how to steam the way that Finland does. With more than three million saunas, Finland tops the charts for saunas per capita, and even tiny student flats are likely to feature at least one.

Want to see what else Finland has to offer? Check out the University of Helsinki’s new roster of International Master’s Degree Programs that will launch next year. Courses will be available in English, Swedish, or Finnish and students can choose from thirty-four degrees ranging from European and Nordic Studies to Forest Sciences and Bioeconomy. Read more about the University of Helsinki here.

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

 

1. Natural Beauty

The entire country of Finland, barring a few islands of its southernmost coast, is located above the 60th parallel. Finland's geographic location, as well as its stunning landscape, makes it an ideal location for students wanting to study and explore.  Head north in the summer when the sun doesn't set and hike around any of Finland's 168,000 lakes. In the winter, Finland turns into a winter wonderland with cross country ski trails through Helsinki's central park and northern lights that dance across the sky.

 

2. Vibrant International Community

Finland has a small population (just under 5.5 million people), but the country has a diverse international community, and international students will find a warm welcome. The University of Helsinki, along with the rest of the country, has worked to establish an “attractive and internationally competitive” profile and international students have a strong network of support.

 

3. Strong Local Culture

Finnish people may seem very reserved, but once you get to know them, you'll find a warm, friendly population and cities full of life. Finns drink more coffee than any other people on earth (around 12kg per person per year!) and the capital city of Helsinki is “full of cafes, culture and clubs.” Spend your weekends browsing flea markets and art galleries, and check out the city's dynamic music scene featuring everything from classic operas to a rock culture that makes Finland a leader in yet another area – heavy metal bands!

 

4. World-Class Education

You can hardly open the news without hearing about Finland's marvelous education system, but the country deserves its reputation. Finland repeatedly ranks in the top five for PISA scores, Finns borrow more library books than any other country in the world, and in the “latest Shanghai ranking, [the University of Helsinki was] #56.” The university is working its way to the top of the ranking and employs instructors who are also esteemed researchers, making it a smart choice for ambitious international students. 

 

5. Safety

Apart from the occasional bear, the streets of Helsinki are relatively safe. The capital of Finland is the second safest city in the world and has been named the most livable city in the world. Outside the city crime rates are remarkably low, and the greatest risk to public safety comes from the wildlife – watch out for moose on the highways!

 

6. Everyone Speaks English

Finland's well-educated population is also extremely fluent in English. Last year, the country ranked #4 in the Education First English Proficiency Index, and Finland's universities offer around 450 programs in English. While international students are encouraged to learn Finnish during their studies, students at the University of Helsinki have access to courses at different levels in English.

 

7. Modern Research Universities

Finland's high educational standards are just one of the ways that this forward-thinking country works to make the world and the future a better place. Finland leads the world in futurology, and its universities are central to the country's efforts. Students can join the Helsinki Challenge, “a science based competition and idea accelerator,” that aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and build a better future. 

 

8. Ideal Location

Finland holds a unique place between east and west and the capital, Helsinki, is only a few hours from Russia and Estonia by train and ferry. The country also has strong ties with Scandinavia and many Finns speak Swedish as fluently as they do Finnish. And with ferries connecting Helsinki and Stockholm, Finland serves as a perfect jumping-off point for the rest of Europe as well.

 

9. Well-Connected

It's easy to travel from Finland to nearby Scandinavian or northern and eastern Europe, but the country's main carrier – Finnair – is setting its sights a bit further afield. The country's location makes it well-placed for flights to and from Asia, and the Finnish airline has already launched plans to increase Asian traffic by 2020. Finnair was the first European airline to offer non-stop flights to Tokyo, and the airline currently offers 77 non-stop flights to Asia from Helsinki every week. This is great news for international students from Asia, or for students who want to use their holidays to explore the world.

 

10. The Saunas!

And, if world-class education, low crime rates, stunning natural beauty, and easy travel access isn't enough, then Finland has one more ace up its sleeve. Finland may not have exclusive claim to the sauna, but no other country in the world knows how to steam the way that Finland does. With more than three million saunas, Finland tops the charts for saunas per capita, and even tiny student flats are likely to feature at least one.

Want to see what else Finland has to offer? Check out the University of Helsinki’s new roster of International Master’s Degree Programs that will launch next year. Courses will be available in English, Swedish, or Finnish and students can choose from thirty-four degrees ranging from European and Nordic Studies to Forest Sciences and Bioeconomy. Read more about the University of Helsinki here.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

 

1. Convey Your Expertise
Graduate students are training to be experts in their field. This expertise should be exemplified by your writing. Your language should be direct, confident and authoritative in order to foster a sense of trust with your readers.

Other ways to assemble a cogent argument? Avoid first person tense whenever possible; employ transition words and phrases; and pay attention to sentence structure. Two true hallmarks of graduate level writing? Clarity and control.

 

2. Make Writing Routine
We’ve all heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” This is no more true than when it comes to graduate level writing. Making time to write regularly will not only help you develop critical thinking and writing skills, but can also be an invaluable confidence booster.

Establishing a writing routine is particularly beneficial when it comes to working on your thesis. Many graduate students wait too long to start writing and end up rushing through the process. This can lead to everything from an underdeveloped argument to lack of proper formatting. Avoid this pitfall by setting a schedule for writing as you go...and by committing to stick with it.

 

3. Know Your Reader
Any piece of writing should keep one overarching question in mind: Who is the audience and why are they reading your writing? In addition to clearly presenting your ideas, keep in mind that your thesis is an original contribution to your particular discipline. Make sure your reader knows what to expect by including “signposts” -- such as a table of contents, abstract, introductory paragraphs, etc. -- along the way to help guide your reader. Each sentence should relate in some way to your overall argument.

 

4. Seek Feedback
While graduate level writing is largely an individual effort, there’s plenty of help to be found if you know where to look. For starters, your advisor can be an amazing resource when it comes to “big picture” issues, such as selecting a topic and refining your thesis. In addition to helping identify your paper’s strengths, your advisor can also help suss out your weaknesses thereby preventing you from venturing too far in the wrong direction.

Your fellow grad students, meanwhile, can offer editing and proofreading assistance. And while finding someone in your field can be particularly useful -- especially if you’re writing about a complex or scientific subject -- friends and family members can also offer a helpful second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes.

 

5. Embrace the Revision Process
No piece of writing gets it perfect the first time. In fact, research and writing go hand in hand with revision, but many writers still get tripped up by setting impossible expectations for themselves. The best way to avoid this trap? Make revision part of your mindset.

Also, keep in mind that revision is much more than merely proofreading for mistakes. Rather, it’s an act of complete “re-seeing.” While this often involves expanding on key concepts, it sometimes means letting go of good material if it doesn’t make an essential contribution to your writing. We can all learn from William Faulkner, who once spoke of the need to, “Kill all your darlings.”

 

6. Learn from the Best
One of the best ways to get a better sense of what your writing should look like? Immersing yourself in published work from experts in your field. Visit your school library to read top journals in your discipline, noting writers and writing techniques you most admire. Reading dissertations in your particular area can also help you familiarize yourself with the corpus of research while gaining a better sense of the language used to describe varying concepts.

You’ve already proved your mettle by getting into graduate school, but that’s just the start. These six tips can help you take your writing to the next level. The best part? Writing is a transferrable skill. In other words, you can continue to call on these skills to be a better writer, thinker and communicator throughout your professional and personal life.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

 

1. Convey Your Expertise
Graduate students are training to be experts in their field. This expertise should be exemplified by your writing. Your language should be direct, confident and authoritative in order to foster a sense of trust with your readers.

Other ways to assemble a cogent argument? Avoid first person tense whenever possible; employ transition words and phrases; and pay attention to sentence structure. Two true hallmarks of graduate level writing? Clarity and control.

 

2. Make Writing Routine
We’ve all heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” This is no more true than when it comes to graduate level writing. Making time to write regularly will not only help you develop critical thinking and writing skills, but can also be an invaluable confidence booster.

Establishing a writing routine is particularly beneficial when it comes to working on your thesis. Many graduate students wait too long to start writing and end up rushing through the process. This can lead to everything from an underdeveloped argument to lack of proper formatting. Avoid this pitfall by setting a schedule for writing as you go...and by committing to stick with it.

 

3. Know Your Reader
Any piece of writing should keep one overarching question in mind: Who is the audience and why are they reading your writing? In addition to clearly presenting your ideas, keep in mind that your thesis is an original contribution to your particular discipline. Make sure your reader knows what to expect by including “signposts” -- such as a table of contents, abstract, introductory paragraphs, etc. -- along the way to help guide your reader. Each sentence should relate in some way to your overall argument.

 

4. Seek Feedback
While graduate level writing is largely an individual effort, there’s plenty of help to be found if you know where to look. For starters, your advisor can be an amazing resource when it comes to “big picture” issues, such as selecting a topic and refining your thesis. In addition to helping identify your paper’s strengths, your advisor can also help suss out your weaknesses thereby preventing you from venturing too far in the wrong direction.

Your fellow grad students, meanwhile, can offer editing and proofreading assistance. And while finding someone in your field can be particularly useful -- especially if you’re writing about a complex or scientific subject -- friends and family members can also offer a helpful second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes.

 

5. Embrace the Revision Process
No piece of writing gets it perfect the first time. In fact, research and writing go hand in hand with revision, but many writers still get tripped up by setting impossible expectations for themselves. The best way to avoid this trap? Make revision part of your mindset.

Also, keep in mind that revision is much more than merely proofreading for mistakes. Rather, it’s an act of complete “re-seeing.” While this often involves expanding on key concepts, it sometimes means letting go of good material if it doesn’t make an essential contribution to your writing. We can all learn from William Faulkner, who once spoke of the need to, “Kill all your darlings.”

 

6. Learn from the Best
One of the best ways to get a better sense of what your writing should look like? Immersing yourself in published work from experts in your field. Visit your school library to read top journals in your discipline, noting writers and writing techniques you most admire. Reading dissertations in your particular area can also help you familiarize yourself with the corpus of research while gaining a better sense of the language used to describe varying concepts.

You’ve already proved your mettle by getting into graduate school, but that’s just the start. These six tips can help you take your writing to the next level. The best part? Writing is a transferrable skill. In other words, you can continue to call on these skills to be a better writer, thinker and communicator throughout your professional and personal life.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

A Move Toward Mobility

Of the more than 1,200 Ukrainians between the ages of 16 to 35 surveyed and reported on in “Hopes, Fears and Dreams: The Views of Ukraine’s Next Generation,” many were optimistic: A full 41 percent expressed belief in a bright future.

One widely perceived path to that bright future, according to the online survey? International higher education offerings. More than half of respondents (56 percent) expressed the desire to study abroad, with the UK, USA, Germany, Poland and Canada topping their lists of preferred destinations.

Roughly half of Ukrainian students who aspire to study abroad are motivated by the desire to learn fluent English. Higher quality of education (47 percent);  job prospects abroad (44 percent); job prospects in their home country (39 percent) and less corruption (31 percent) rounded out the top five reasons drawing Ukrainians to international study opportunities. 

Supporting Ukrainian Interest

According to figures from UNESCO, just under 40,000 Ukrainian students were enrolled in international higher education programs in 2014. Given increasing evidence of demand, the British Council has identified Ukraine as a ripe area for recruitment while also calling for other measures aimed at supporting the internationalization of higher education in Ukraine while strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and their universities.

And while the challenges ahead are significant -- young Ukrainians cite lack of money and limited English skills as major barriers to international education -- so are the opportunities. Says the British Council, “The young people surveyed for this report will provide the engine for Ukraine’s prosperity and stability and are the cohort from which the future influencers and leaders of Ukraine will be drawn…the ‘next generation’ is increasingly becoming the ‘now generation’.”

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A Move Toward Mobility

Of the more than 1,200 Ukrainians between the ages of 16 to 35 surveyed and reported on in “Hopes, Fears and Dreams: The Views of Ukraine’s Next Generation,” many were optimistic: A full 41 percent expressed belief in a bright future.

One widely perceived path to that bright future, according to the online survey? International higher education offerings. More than half of respondents (56 percent) expressed the desire to study abroad, with the UK, USA, Germany, Poland and Canada topping their lists of preferred destinations.

Roughly half of Ukrainian students who aspire to study abroad are motivated by the desire to learn fluent English. Higher quality of education (47 percent);  job prospects abroad (44 percent); job prospects in their home country (39 percent) and less corruption (31 percent) rounded out the top five reasons drawing Ukrainians to international study opportunities. 

Supporting Ukrainian Interest

According to figures from UNESCO, just under 40,000 Ukrainian students were enrolled in international higher education programs in 2014. Given increasing evidence of demand, the British Council has identified Ukraine as a ripe area for recruitment while also calling for other measures aimed at supporting the internationalization of higher education in Ukraine while strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and their universities.

And while the challenges ahead are significant -- young Ukrainians cite lack of money and limited English skills as major barriers to international education -- so are the opportunities. Says the British Council, “The young people surveyed for this report will provide the engine for Ukraine’s prosperity and stability and are the cohort from which the future influencers and leaders of Ukraine will be drawn…the ‘next generation’ is increasingly becoming the ‘now generation’.”

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

Understanding Erasmus
Launched in 1987, Erasmus -- now Erasmus Plus -- has changed the face of mobility in Europe. Through the program, EU students can choose to study in one of 30-plus European countries completely free for up to a year.

Many of the Erasmus’s beneficiaries have included students and faculty from the UK. In fact, just last year approximately 15,500 UK students and 7,000 UK staff studied abroad thanks to EU funding from Erasmus. But will their continued participation be part of the Brexit negotiations, or will they be shut out?

Why Erasmus Matters
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Also on board with safeguarding Erasmus? Alumni Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, who implored students to consider the benefits of EU membership -- with continued participation in Erasmus as a featured point -- before the vote took place.

“As a student in Belgium and France,” Johnson penned in a missive published in The Guardian, “I was able to brush up on my language skills and experience life in another country. I want everyone to have that chance.”

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

Understanding Erasmus
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Many of the Erasmus’s beneficiaries have included students and faculty from the UK. In fact, just last year approximately 15,500 UK students and 7,000 UK staff studied abroad thanks to EU funding from Erasmus. But will their continued participation be part of the Brexit negotiations, or will they be shut out?

Why Erasmus Matters
According to Erasmus director Ruth Sinclair-Jones as reported by The Guardian, “We do really want there to be prioritisation on the Erasmus Plus because it is important – it has a direct impact on the students and the economy….It is hugely popular in the UK and the results of surveys demonstrate the benefits. Students really shine through, their maturity and self-confidence is stronger. Their academic results are higher, there is lower unemployment and higher wages five years on.”

Also on board with safeguarding Erasmus? Alumni Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, who implored students to consider the benefits of EU membership -- with continued participation in Erasmus as a featured point -- before the vote took place.

“As a student in Belgium and France,” Johnson penned in a missive published in The Guardian, “I was able to brush up on my language skills and experience life in another country. I want everyone to have that chance.”

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Japan and South Korea have the most innovative universities in Asia, according to a Reuters report released this August.  The report ranks the top 75 universities on the continent and includes universities from Singapore, China, New Zealand, Australia, India, and Malaysia, in addition to Japan and South Korea.  Of the top 20 universities, 17 are in Japan and South Korea.  South Korea also has among some of the highest research and development spending in the world (4% of GDP), due to a recent, significant policy shift that pushes innovation at its universities.

Focus on Patents

How did Reuters measure innovation?  They based their rankings on those institutions that do the most to “advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy.”  The report also weighted the numbers of patent applications and successes.  Universities that filed 50 or more patent applications between 2009 and 2014, and that were frequently cited by others made the list.  Other criteria?  The frequency of citations[G2] , and the percentage of articles that had an industry co-author. According to Reuters, the universities in Japan and South Korea filed, on average, more than double the number of patent applications than those in other ranked countries.

Good News

Don’t judge innovation on the Reuters report alone, however.  There’s good news for those universities in Asia that didn’t make the list.  Reuters commented, “Of course, just because a country doesn’t have any schools in the Reuters Top 75 doesn’t mean their universities aren’t doing important research.  Since the ranking measures innovation on an institutional level, it may overlook particularly innovative departments or programmes."

Check out the Global Innovation Index 2016, published by the UN Intellectual Property Organization[G5]  to learn more about global innovation at universities around the world, in addition to those in Asia. 

Read more about studying in Asia.

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Focus on Patents

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Good News

Don’t judge innovation on the Reuters report alone, however.  There’s good news for those universities in Asia that didn’t make the list.  Reuters commented, “Of course, just because a country doesn’t have any schools in the Reuters Top 75 doesn’t mean their universities aren’t doing important research.  Since the ranking measures innovation on an institutional level, it may overlook particularly innovative departments or programmes."

Check out the Global Innovation Index 2016, published by the UN Intellectual Property Organization[G5]  to learn more about global innovation at universities around the world, in addition to those in Asia. 

Read more about studying in Asia.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

 

1. Schedule Daily Time to Write
The fact that your boss expects you to be at your internship everyday provides meaningful motivation to show up. Unfortunately, the same element of external accountability is missing from the thesis scenario. The unhappy result? It often ends up getting moved aside and pushed back -- ultimately leaving you in a bind when the deadline is suddenly bearing down and you’re weeks behind where you’d hoped to be by now.

The best way to avoid the last minute rush? Rather than letting your thesis become the thing you do when don’t have anything else to do, make it your priority by establishing a regular writing routine. Not only will this help keep you on track, but it can also get your brain in the habit of writing. Like any other form of “exercise,” the more you write, the easier it becomes. In fact, in committing to write every day, you’re likely to experience all new levels of productivity.

 

2. Prioritize Your Productivity
Do you work best in the earlier hours of the morning while it’s still dark outside? Or perhaps you thrive in the wee hours after everyone else has gone to bed? Do you find working in a coffee shop surrounded by hordes of other people invigorating, or do you need a more solitary environment in order to concentrate?

Not everyone finds inspiration in the same environment. Understanding where you find yours is extremely beneficial when it comes to promoting peak productivity. After all, making time to write is only part of the “big picture.” Also critical? Maximizing that time.

 

3. Keep Your Employer In the Loop
One of the good things about internships is that they’re often designed to accommodate student schedules. In most cases, your employer will be more than happy to work with you to come up with a mutually agreeable work schedule which allows ample time for thesis writing, as well. If you end up in a position where you need to cut back on your internship hours to devote extra time to work on your thesis, open lines of communication are key. Just be upfront in expressing your needs from the start in order to avoid confusion and/or bad feelings in the future.

One additional thing to keep in mind? If you’re planning on continuing to work for your current employer after you graduate, the completion of your thesis -- particularly if it’s germane to the work you’re doing -- can add to your marketability.

 

4. Accept Multitasking as a Myth
While much has been made of the benefits of multitasking, a growing body of research not only suggests that doing multiple things at once may not only be all it’s cracked up to be, but may actually lead to decreased productivity.

A recent study from McGill University indicates that in constantly shifting from one task to the next, the body uses up its oxygenated glucose stores -- the very same fuel which would otherwise be used to focus. Concludes researcher and professor of behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin, “That switching comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.”

While multitasking may no longer be of use to you, something else can be: Scheduling regular 15-minute breaks. Stepping away from your work -- whether during your internship or while writing your thesis -- can actually help you be more productive, but only if you let your mind truly wander. Just don’t let it wander over to the internet, however, as research also shows that online distractions can be particularly destructive. The takeaway? In order to make the very best of your time, stop checking your social media and shut off all of your automatic notifications.

While it’s easy to think of your internship and master’s thesis as warring entities, the fact is the two can be surprisingly symbiotic. Rather than focusing on how they’re working against each other, shift your mindset to acknowledge what they can help you accomplish together.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

 

1. Schedule Daily Time to Write
The fact that your boss expects you to be at your internship everyday provides meaningful motivation to show up. Unfortunately, the same element of external accountability is missing from the thesis scenario. The unhappy result? It often ends up getting moved aside and pushed back -- ultimately leaving you in a bind when the deadline is suddenly bearing down and you’re weeks behind where you’d hoped to be by now.

The best way to avoid the last minute rush? Rather than letting your thesis become the thing you do when don’t have anything else to do, make it your priority by establishing a regular writing routine. Not only will this help keep you on track, but it can also get your brain in the habit of writing. Like any other form of “exercise,” the more you write, the easier it becomes. In fact, in committing to write every day, you’re likely to experience all new levels of productivity.

 

2. Prioritize Your Productivity
Do you work best in the earlier hours of the morning while it’s still dark outside? Or perhaps you thrive in the wee hours after everyone else has gone to bed? Do you find working in a coffee shop surrounded by hordes of other people invigorating, or do you need a more solitary environment in order to concentrate?

Not everyone finds inspiration in the same environment. Understanding where you find yours is extremely beneficial when it comes to promoting peak productivity. After all, making time to write is only part of the “big picture.” Also critical? Maximizing that time.

 

3. Keep Your Employer In the Loop
One of the good things about internships is that they’re often designed to accommodate student schedules. In most cases, your employer will be more than happy to work with you to come up with a mutually agreeable work schedule which allows ample time for thesis writing, as well. If you end up in a position where you need to cut back on your internship hours to devote extra time to work on your thesis, open lines of communication are key. Just be upfront in expressing your needs from the start in order to avoid confusion and/or bad feelings in the future.

One additional thing to keep in mind? If you’re planning on continuing to work for your current employer after you graduate, the completion of your thesis -- particularly if it’s germane to the work you’re doing -- can add to your marketability.

 

4. Accept Multitasking as a Myth
While much has been made of the benefits of multitasking, a growing body of research not only suggests that doing multiple things at once may not only be all it’s cracked up to be, but may actually lead to decreased productivity.

A recent study from McGill University indicates that in constantly shifting from one task to the next, the body uses up its oxygenated glucose stores -- the very same fuel which would otherwise be used to focus. Concludes researcher and professor of behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin, “That switching comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.”

While multitasking may no longer be of use to you, something else can be: Scheduling regular 15-minute breaks. Stepping away from your work -- whether during your internship or while writing your thesis -- can actually help you be more productive, but only if you let your mind truly wander. Just don’t let it wander over to the internet, however, as research also shows that online distractions can be particularly destructive. The takeaway? In order to make the very best of your time, stop checking your social media and shut off all of your automatic notifications.

While it’s easy to think of your internship and master’s thesis as warring entities, the fact is the two can be surprisingly symbiotic. Rather than focusing on how they’re working against each other, shift your mindset to acknowledge what they can help you accomplish together.

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

 

1. Natural Beauty

The entire country of Finland, barring a few islands of its southernmost coast, is located above the 60th parallel. Finland's geographic location, as well as its stunning landscape, makes it an ideal location for students wanting to study and explore.  Head north in the summer when the sun doesn't set and hike around any of Finland's 168,000 lakes. In the winter, Finland turns into a winter wonderland with cross country ski trails through Helsinki's central park and northern lights that dance across the sky.

 

2. Vibrant International Community

Finland has a small population (just under 5.5 million people), but the country has a diverse international community, and international students will find a warm welcome. The University of Helsinki, along with the rest of the country, has worked to establish an “attractive and internationally competitive” profile and international students have a strong network of support.

 

3. Strong Local Culture

Finnish people may seem very reserved, but once you get to know them, you'll find a warm, friendly population and cities full of life. Finns drink more coffee than any other people on earth (around 12kg per person per year!) and the capital city of Helsinki is “full of cafes, culture and clubs.” Spend your weekends browsing flea markets and art galleries, and check out the city's dynamic music scene featuring everything from classic operas to a rock culture that makes Finland a leader in yet another area – heavy metal bands!

 

4. World-Class Education

You can hardly open the news without hearing about Finland's marvelous education system, but the country deserves its reputation. Finland repeatedly ranks in the top five for PISA scores, Finns borrow more library books than any other country in the world, and in the “latest Shanghai ranking, [the University of Helsinki was] #56.” The university is working its way to the top of the ranking and employs instructors who are also esteemed researchers, making it a smart choice for ambitious international students. 

 

5. Safety

Apart from the occasional bear, the streets of Helsinki are relatively safe. The capital of Finland is the second safest city in the world and has been named the most livable city in the world. Outside the city crime rates are remarkably low, and the greatest risk to public safety comes from the wildlife – watch out for moose on the highways!

 

6. Everyone Speaks English

Finland's well-educated population is also extremely fluent in English. Last year, the country ranked #4 in the Education First English Proficiency Index, and Finland's universities offer around 450 programs in English. While international students are encouraged to learn Finnish during their studies, students at the University of Helsinki have access to courses at different levels in English.

 

7. Modern Research Universities

Finland's high educational standards are just one of the ways that this forward-thinking country works to make the world and the future a better place. Finland leads the world in futurology, and its universities are central to the country's efforts. Students can join the Helsinki Challenge, “a science based competition and idea accelerator,” that aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and build a better future. 

 

8. Ideal Location

Finland holds a unique place between east and west and the capital, Helsinki, is only a few hours from Russia and Estonia by train and ferry. The country also has strong ties with Scandinavia and many Finns speak Swedish as fluently as they do Finnish. And with ferries connecting Helsinki and Stockholm, Finland serves as a perfect jumping-off point for the rest of Europe as well.

 

9. Well-Connected

It's easy to travel from Finland to nearby Scandinavian or northern and eastern Europe, but the country's main carrier – Finnair – is setting its sights a bit further afield. The country's location makes it well-placed for flights to and from Asia, and the Finnish airline has already launched plans to increase Asian traffic by 2020. Finnair was the first European airline to offer non-stop flights to Tokyo, and the airline currently offers 77 non-stop flights to Asia from Helsinki every week. This is great news for international students from Asia, or for students who want to use their holidays to explore the world.

 

10. The Saunas!

And, if world-class education, low crime rates, stunning natural beauty, and easy travel access isn't enough, then Finland has one more ace up its sleeve. Finland may not have exclusive claim to the sauna, but no other country in the world knows how to steam the way that Finland does. With more than three million saunas, Finland tops the charts for saunas per capita, and even tiny student flats are likely to feature at least one.

Want to see what else Finland has to offer? Check out the University of Helsinki’s new roster of International Master’s Degree Programs that will launch next year. Courses will be available in English, Swedish, or Finnish and students can choose from thirty-four degrees ranging from European and Nordic Studies to Forest Sciences and Bioeconomy. Read more about the University of Helsinki here.

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

 

1. Natural Beauty

The entire country of Finland, barring a few islands of its southernmost coast, is located above the 60th parallel. Finland's geographic location, as well as its stunning landscape, makes it an ideal location for students wanting to study and explore.  Head north in the summer when the sun doesn't set and hike around any of Finland's 168,000 lakes. In the winter, Finland turns into a winter wonderland with cross country ski trails through Helsinki's central park and northern lights that dance across the sky.

 

2. Vibrant International Community

Finland has a small population (just under 5.5 million people), but the country has a diverse international community, and international students will find a warm welcome. The University of Helsinki, along with the rest of the country, has worked to establish an “attractive and internationally competitive” profile and international students have a strong network of support.

 

3. Strong Local Culture

Finnish people may seem very reserved, but once you get to know them, you'll find a warm, friendly population and cities full of life. Finns drink more coffee than any other people on earth (around 12kg per person per year!) and the capital city of Helsinki is “full of cafes, culture and clubs.” Spend your weekends browsing flea markets and art galleries, and check out the city's dynamic music scene featuring everything from classic operas to a rock culture that makes Finland a leader in yet another area – heavy metal bands!

 

4. World-Class Education

You can hardly open the news without hearing about Finland's marvelous education system, but the country deserves its reputation. Finland repeatedly ranks in the top five for PISA scores, Finns borrow more library books than any other country in the world, and in the “latest Shanghai ranking, [the University of Helsinki was] #56.” The university is working its way to the top of the ranking and employs instructors who are also esteemed researchers, making it a smart choice for ambitious international students. 

 

5. Safety

Apart from the occasional bear, the streets of Helsinki are relatively safe. The capital of Finland is the second safest city in the world and has been named the most livable city in the world. Outside the city crime rates are remarkably low, and the greatest risk to public safety comes from the wildlife – watch out for moose on the highways!

 

6. Everyone Speaks English

Finland's well-educated population is also extremely fluent in English. Last year, the country ranked #4 in the Education First English Proficiency Index, and Finland's universities offer around 450 programs in English. While international students are encouraged to learn Finnish during their studies, students at the University of Helsinki have access to courses at different levels in English.

 

7. Modern Research Universities

Finland's high educational standards are just one of the ways that this forward-thinking country works to make the world and the future a better place. Finland leads the world in futurology, and its universities are central to the country's efforts. Students can join the Helsinki Challenge, “a science based competition and idea accelerator,” that aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and build a better future. 

 

8. Ideal Location

Finland holds a unique place between east and west and the capital, Helsinki, is only a few hours from Russia and Estonia by train and ferry. The country also has strong ties with Scandinavia and many Finns speak Swedish as fluently as they do Finnish. And with ferries connecting Helsinki and Stockholm, Finland serves as a perfect jumping-off point for the rest of Europe as well.

 

9. Well-Connected

It's easy to travel from Finland to nearby Scandinavian or northern and eastern Europe, but the country's main carrier – Finnair – is setting its sights a bit further afield. The country's location makes it well-placed for flights to and from Asia, and the Finnish airline has already launched plans to increase Asian traffic by 2020. Finnair was the first European airline to offer non-stop flights to Tokyo, and the airline currently offers 77 non-stop flights to Asia from Helsinki every week. This is great news for international students from Asia, or for students who want to use their holidays to explore the world.

 

10. The Saunas!

And, if world-class education, low crime rates, stunning natural beauty, and easy travel access isn't enough, then Finland has one more ace up its sleeve. Finland may not have exclusive claim to the sauna, but no other country in the world knows how to steam the way that Finland does. With more than three million saunas, Finland tops the charts for saunas per capita, and even tiny student flats are likely to feature at least one.

Want to see what else Finland has to offer? Check out the University of Helsinki’s new roster of International Master’s Degree Programs that will launch next year. Courses will be available in English, Swedish, or Finnish and students can choose from thirty-four degrees ranging from European and Nordic Studies to Forest Sciences and Bioeconomy. Read more about the University of Helsinki here.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

 

1. Convey Your Expertise
Graduate students are training to be experts in their field. This expertise should be exemplified by your writing. Your language should be direct, confident and authoritative in order to foster a sense of trust with your readers.

Other ways to assemble a cogent argument? Avoid first person tense whenever possible; employ transition words and phrases; and pay attention to sentence structure. Two true hallmarks of graduate level writing? Clarity and control.

 

2. Make Writing Routine
We’ve all heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” This is no more true than when it comes to graduate level writing. Making time to write regularly will not only help you develop critical thinking and writing skills, but can also be an invaluable confidence booster.

Establishing a writing routine is particularly beneficial when it comes to working on your thesis. Many graduate students wait too long to start writing and end up rushing through the process. This can lead to everything from an underdeveloped argument to lack of proper formatting. Avoid this pitfall by setting a schedule for writing as you go...and by committing to stick with it.

 

3. Know Your Reader
Any piece of writing should keep one overarching question in mind: Who is the audience and why are they reading your writing? In addition to clearly presenting your ideas, keep in mind that your thesis is an original contribution to your particular discipline. Make sure your reader knows what to expect by including “signposts” -- such as a table of contents, abstract, introductory paragraphs, etc. -- along the way to help guide your reader. Each sentence should relate in some way to your overall argument.

 

4. Seek Feedback
While graduate level writing is largely an individual effort, there’s plenty of help to be found if you know where to look. For starters, your advisor can be an amazing resource when it comes to “big picture” issues, such as selecting a topic and refining your thesis. In addition to helping identify your paper’s strengths, your advisor can also help suss out your weaknesses thereby preventing you from venturing too far in the wrong direction.

Your fellow grad students, meanwhile, can offer editing and proofreading assistance. And while finding someone in your field can be particularly useful -- especially if you’re writing about a complex or scientific subject -- friends and family members can also offer a helpful second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes.

 

5. Embrace the Revision Process
No piece of writing gets it perfect the first time. In fact, research and writing go hand in hand with revision, but many writers still get tripped up by setting impossible expectations for themselves. The best way to avoid this trap? Make revision part of your mindset.

Also, keep in mind that revision is much more than merely proofreading for mistakes. Rather, it’s an act of complete “re-seeing.” While this often involves expanding on key concepts, it sometimes means letting go of good material if it doesn’t make an essential contribution to your writing. We can all learn from William Faulkner, who once spoke of the need to, “Kill all your darlings.”

 

6. Learn from the Best
One of the best ways to get a better sense of what your writing should look like? Immersing yourself in published work from experts in your field. Visit your school library to read top journals in your discipline, noting writers and writing techniques you most admire. Reading dissertations in your particular area can also help you familiarize yourself with the corpus of research while gaining a better sense of the language used to describe varying concepts.

You’ve already proved your mettle by getting into graduate school, but that’s just the start. These six tips can help you take your writing to the next level. The best part? Writing is a transferrable skill. In other words, you can continue to call on these skills to be a better writer, thinker and communicator throughout your professional and personal life.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

 

1. Convey Your Expertise
Graduate students are training to be experts in their field. This expertise should be exemplified by your writing. Your language should be direct, confident and authoritative in order to foster a sense of trust with your readers.

Other ways to assemble a cogent argument? Avoid first person tense whenever possible; employ transition words and phrases; and pay attention to sentence structure. Two true hallmarks of graduate level writing? Clarity and control.

 

2. Make Writing Routine
We’ve all heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” This is no more true than when it comes to graduate level writing. Making time to write regularly will not only help you develop critical thinking and writing skills, but can also be an invaluable confidence booster.

Establishing a writing routine is particularly beneficial when it comes to working on your thesis. Many graduate students wait too long to start writing and end up rushing through the process. This can lead to everything from an underdeveloped argument to lack of proper formatting. Avoid this pitfall by setting a schedule for writing as you go...and by committing to stick with it.

 

3. Know Your Reader
Any piece of writing should keep one overarching question in mind: Who is the audience and why are they reading your writing? In addition to clearly presenting your ideas, keep in mind that your thesis is an original contribution to your particular discipline. Make sure your reader knows what to expect by including “signposts” -- such as a table of contents, abstract, introductory paragraphs, etc. -- along the way to help guide your reader. Each sentence should relate in some way to your overall argument.

 

4. Seek Feedback
While graduate level writing is largely an individual effort, there’s plenty of help to be found if you know where to look. For starters, your advisor can be an amazing resource when it comes to “big picture” issues, such as selecting a topic and refining your thesis. In addition to helping identify your paper’s strengths, your advisor can also help suss out your weaknesses thereby preventing you from venturing too far in the wrong direction.

Your fellow grad students, meanwhile, can offer editing and proofreading assistance. And while finding someone in your field can be particularly useful -- especially if you’re writing about a complex or scientific subject -- friends and family members can also offer a helpful second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes.

 

5. Embrace the Revision Process
No piece of writing gets it perfect the first time. In fact, research and writing go hand in hand with revision, but many writers still get tripped up by setting impossible expectations for themselves. The best way to avoid this trap? Make revision part of your mindset.

Also, keep in mind that revision is much more than merely proofreading for mistakes. Rather, it’s an act of complete “re-seeing.” While this often involves expanding on key concepts, it sometimes means letting go of good material if it doesn’t make an essential contribution to your writing. We can all learn from William Faulkner, who once spoke of the need to, “Kill all your darlings.”

 

6. Learn from the Best
One of the best ways to get a better sense of what your writing should look like? Immersing yourself in published work from experts in your field. Visit your school library to read top journals in your discipline, noting writers and writing techniques you most admire. Reading dissertations in your particular area can also help you familiarize yourself with the corpus of research while gaining a better sense of the language used to describe varying concepts.

You’ve already proved your mettle by getting into graduate school, but that’s just the start. These six tips can help you take your writing to the next level. The best part? Writing is a transferrable skill. In other words, you can continue to call on these skills to be a better writer, thinker and communicator throughout your professional and personal life.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

A Move Toward Mobility

Of the more than 1,200 Ukrainians between the ages of 16 to 35 surveyed and reported on in “Hopes, Fears and Dreams: The Views of Ukraine’s Next Generation,” many were optimistic: A full 41 percent expressed belief in a bright future.

One widely perceived path to that bright future, according to the online survey? International higher education offerings. More than half of respondents (56 percent) expressed the desire to study abroad, with the UK, USA, Germany, Poland and Canada topping their lists of preferred destinations.

Roughly half of Ukrainian students who aspire to study abroad are motivated by the desire to learn fluent English. Higher quality of education (47 percent);  job prospects abroad (44 percent); job prospects in their home country (39 percent) and less corruption (31 percent) rounded out the top five reasons drawing Ukrainians to international study opportunities. 

Supporting Ukrainian Interest

According to figures from UNESCO, just under 40,000 Ukrainian students were enrolled in international higher education programs in 2014. Given increasing evidence of demand, the British Council has identified Ukraine as a ripe area for recruitment while also calling for other measures aimed at supporting the internationalization of higher education in Ukraine while strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and their universities.

And while the challenges ahead are significant -- young Ukrainians cite lack of money and limited English skills as major barriers to international education -- so are the opportunities. Says the British Council, “The young people surveyed for this report will provide the engine for Ukraine’s prosperity and stability and are the cohort from which the future influencers and leaders of Ukraine will be drawn…the ‘next generation’ is increasingly becoming the ‘now generation’.”

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A Move Toward Mobility

Of the more than 1,200 Ukrainians between the ages of 16 to 35 surveyed and reported on in “Hopes, Fears and Dreams: The Views of Ukraine’s Next Generation,” many were optimistic: A full 41 percent expressed belief in a bright future.

One widely perceived path to that bright future, according to the online survey? International higher education offerings. More than half of respondents (56 percent) expressed the desire to study abroad, with the UK, USA, Germany, Poland and Canada topping their lists of preferred destinations.

Roughly half of Ukrainian students who aspire to study abroad are motivated by the desire to learn fluent English. Higher quality of education (47 percent);  job prospects abroad (44 percent); job prospects in their home country (39 percent) and less corruption (31 percent) rounded out the top five reasons drawing Ukrainians to international study opportunities. 

Supporting Ukrainian Interest

According to figures from UNESCO, just under 40,000 Ukrainian students were enrolled in international higher education programs in 2014. Given increasing evidence of demand, the British Council has identified Ukraine as a ripe area for recruitment while also calling for other measures aimed at supporting the internationalization of higher education in Ukraine while strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and their universities.

And while the challenges ahead are significant -- young Ukrainians cite lack of money and limited English skills as major barriers to international education -- so are the opportunities. Says the British Council, “The young people surveyed for this report will provide the engine for Ukraine’s prosperity and stability and are the cohort from which the future influencers and leaders of Ukraine will be drawn…the ‘next generation’ is increasingly becoming the ‘now generation’.”

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

Understanding Erasmus
Launched in 1987, Erasmus -- now Erasmus Plus -- has changed the face of mobility in Europe. Through the program, EU students can choose to study in one of 30-plus European countries completely free for up to a year.

Many of the Erasmus’s beneficiaries have included students and faculty from the UK. In fact, just last year approximately 15,500 UK students and 7,000 UK staff studied abroad thanks to EU funding from Erasmus. But will their continued participation be part of the Brexit negotiations, or will they be shut out?

Why Erasmus Matters
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Also on board with safeguarding Erasmus? Alumni Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, who implored students to consider the benefits of EU membership -- with continued participation in Erasmus as a featured point -- before the vote took place.

“As a student in Belgium and France,” Johnson penned in a missive published in The Guardian, “I was able to brush up on my language skills and experience life in another country. I want everyone to have that chance.”

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

Understanding Erasmus
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Many of the Erasmus’s beneficiaries have included students and faculty from the UK. In fact, just last year approximately 15,500 UK students and 7,000 UK staff studied abroad thanks to EU funding from Erasmus. But will their continued participation be part of the Brexit negotiations, or will they be shut out?

Why Erasmus Matters
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Also on board with safeguarding Erasmus? Alumni Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, who implored students to consider the benefits of EU membership -- with continued participation in Erasmus as a featured point -- before the vote took place.

“As a student in Belgium and France,” Johnson penned in a missive published in The Guardian, “I was able to brush up on my language skills and experience life in another country. I want everyone to have that chance.”

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Japan and South Korea have the most innovative universities in Asia, according to a Reuters report released this August.  The report ranks the top 75 universities on the continent and includes universities from Singapore, China, New Zealand, Australia, India, and Malaysia, in addition to Japan and South Korea.  Of the top 20 universities, 17 are in Japan and South Korea.  South Korea also has among some of the highest research and development spending in the world (4% of GDP), due to a recent, significant policy shift that pushes innovation at its universities.

Focus on Patents

How did Reuters measure innovation?  They based their rankings on those institutions that do the most to “advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy.”  The report also weighted the numbers of patent applications and successes.  Universities that filed 50 or more patent applications between 2009 and 2014, and that were frequently cited by others made the list.  Other criteria?  The frequency of citations[G2] , and the percentage of articles that had an industry co-author. According to Reuters, the universities in Japan and South Korea filed, on average, more than double the number of patent applications than those in other ranked countries.

Good News

Don’t judge innovation on the Reuters report alone, however.  There’s good news for those universities in Asia that didn’t make the list.  Reuters commented, “Of course, just because a country doesn’t have any schools in the Reuters Top 75 doesn’t mean their universities aren’t doing important research.  Since the ranking measures innovation on an institutional level, it may overlook particularly innovative departments or programmes."

Check out the Global Innovation Index 2016, published by the UN Intellectual Property Organization[G5]  to learn more about global innovation at universities around the world, in addition to those in Asia. 

Read more about studying in Asia.

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Focus on Patents

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Good News

Don’t judge innovation on the Reuters report alone, however.  There’s good news for those universities in Asia that didn’t make the list.  Reuters commented, “Of course, just because a country doesn’t have any schools in the Reuters Top 75 doesn’t mean their universities aren’t doing important research.  Since the ranking measures innovation on an institutional level, it may overlook particularly innovative departments or programmes."

Check out the Global Innovation Index 2016, published by the UN Intellectual Property Organization[G5]  to learn more about global innovation at universities around the world, in addition to those in Asia. 

Read more about studying in Asia.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

 

1. Schedule Daily Time to Write
The fact that your boss expects you to be at your internship everyday provides meaningful motivation to show up. Unfortunately, the same element of external accountability is missing from the thesis scenario. The unhappy result? It often ends up getting moved aside and pushed back -- ultimately leaving you in a bind when the deadline is suddenly bearing down and you’re weeks behind where you’d hoped to be by now.

The best way to avoid the last minute rush? Rather than letting your thesis become the thing you do when don’t have anything else to do, make it your priority by establishing a regular writing routine. Not only will this help keep you on track, but it can also get your brain in the habit of writing. Like any other form of “exercise,” the more you write, the easier it becomes. In fact, in committing to write every day, you’re likely to experience all new levels of productivity.

 

2. Prioritize Your Productivity
Do you work best in the earlier hours of the morning while it’s still dark outside? Or perhaps you thrive in the wee hours after everyone else has gone to bed? Do you find working in a coffee shop surrounded by hordes of other people invigorating, or do you need a more solitary environment in order to concentrate?

Not everyone finds inspiration in the same environment. Understanding where you find yours is extremely beneficial when it comes to promoting peak productivity. After all, making time to write is only part of the “big picture.” Also critical? Maximizing that time.

 

3. Keep Your Employer In the Loop
One of the good things about internships is that they’re often designed to accommodate student schedules. In most cases, your employer will be more than happy to work with you to come up with a mutually agreeable work schedule which allows ample time for thesis writing, as well. If you end up in a position where you need to cut back on your internship hours to devote extra time to work on your thesis, open lines of communication are key. Just be upfront in expressing your needs from the start in order to avoid confusion and/or bad feelings in the future.

One additional thing to keep in mind? If you’re planning on continuing to work for your current employer after you graduate, the completion of your thesis -- particularly if it’s germane to the work you’re doing -- can add to your marketability.

 

4. Accept Multitasking as a Myth
While much has been made of the benefits of multitasking, a growing body of research not only suggests that doing multiple things at once may not only be all it’s cracked up to be, but may actually lead to decreased productivity.

A recent study from McGill University indicates that in constantly shifting from one task to the next, the body uses up its oxygenated glucose stores -- the very same fuel which would otherwise be used to focus. Concludes researcher and professor of behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin, “That switching comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.”

While multitasking may no longer be of use to you, something else can be: Scheduling regular 15-minute breaks. Stepping away from your work -- whether during your internship or while writing your thesis -- can actually help you be more productive, but only if you let your mind truly wander. Just don’t let it wander over to the internet, however, as research also shows that online distractions can be particularly destructive. The takeaway? In order to make the very best of your time, stop checking your social media and shut off all of your automatic notifications.

While it’s easy to think of your internship and master’s thesis as warring entities, the fact is the two can be surprisingly symbiotic. Rather than focusing on how they’re working against each other, shift your mindset to acknowledge what they can help you accomplish together.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

 

1. Schedule Daily Time to Write
The fact that your boss expects you to be at your internship everyday provides meaningful motivation to show up. Unfortunately, the same element of external accountability is missing from the thesis scenario. The unhappy result? It often ends up getting moved aside and pushed back -- ultimately leaving you in a bind when the deadline is suddenly bearing down and you’re weeks behind where you’d hoped to be by now.

The best way to avoid the last minute rush? Rather than letting your thesis become the thing you do when don’t have anything else to do, make it your priority by establishing a regular writing routine. Not only will this help keep you on track, but it can also get your brain in the habit of writing. Like any other form of “exercise,” the more you write, the easier it becomes. In fact, in committing to write every day, you’re likely to experience all new levels of productivity.

 

2. Prioritize Your Productivity
Do you work best in the earlier hours of the morning while it’s still dark outside? Or perhaps you thrive in the wee hours after everyone else has gone to bed? Do you find working in a coffee shop surrounded by hordes of other people invigorating, or do you need a more solitary environment in order to concentrate?

Not everyone finds inspiration in the same environment. Understanding where you find yours is extremely beneficial when it comes to promoting peak productivity. After all, making time to write is only part of the “big picture.” Also critical? Maximizing that time.

 

3. Keep Your Employer In the Loop
One of the good things about internships is that they’re often designed to accommodate student schedules. In most cases, your employer will be more than happy to work with you to come up with a mutually agreeable work schedule which allows ample time for thesis writing, as well. If you end up in a position where you need to cut back on your internship hours to devote extra time to work on your thesis, open lines of communication are key. Just be upfront in expressing your needs from the start in order to avoid confusion and/or bad feelings in the future.

One additional thing to keep in mind? If you’re planning on continuing to work for your current employer after you graduate, the completion of your thesis -- particularly if it’s germane to the work you’re doing -- can add to your marketability.

 

4. Accept Multitasking as a Myth
While much has been made of the benefits of multitasking, a growing body of research not only suggests that doing multiple things at once may not only be all it’s cracked up to be, but may actually lead to decreased productivity.

A recent study from McGill University indicates that in constantly shifting from one task to the next, the body uses up its oxygenated glucose stores -- the very same fuel which would otherwise be used to focus. Concludes researcher and professor of behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin, “That switching comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.”

While multitasking may no longer be of use to you, something else can be: Scheduling regular 15-minute breaks. Stepping away from your work -- whether during your internship or while writing your thesis -- can actually help you be more productive, but only if you let your mind truly wander. Just don’t let it wander over to the internet, however, as research also shows that online distractions can be particularly destructive. The takeaway? In order to make the very best of your time, stop checking your social media and shut off all of your automatic notifications.

While it’s easy to think of your internship and master’s thesis as warring entities, the fact is the two can be surprisingly symbiotic. Rather than focusing on how they’re working against each other, shift your mindset to acknowledge what they can help you accomplish together.

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

 

1. Natural Beauty

The entire country of Finland, barring a few islands of its southernmost coast, is located above the 60th parallel. Finland's geographic location, as well as its stunning landscape, makes it an ideal location for students wanting to study and explore.  Head north in the summer when the sun doesn't set and hike around any of Finland's 168,000 lakes. In the winter, Finland turns into a winter wonderland with cross country ski trails through Helsinki's central park and northern lights that dance across the sky.

 

2. Vibrant International Community

Finland has a small population (just under 5.5 million people), but the country has a diverse international community, and international students will find a warm welcome. The University of Helsinki, along with the rest of the country, has worked to establish an “attractive and internationally competitive” profile and international students have a strong network of support.

 

3. Strong Local Culture

Finnish people may seem very reserved, but once you get to know them, you'll find a warm, friendly population and cities full of life. Finns drink more coffee than any other people on earth (around 12kg per person per year!) and the capital city of Helsinki is “full of cafes, culture and clubs.” Spend your weekends browsing flea markets and art galleries, and check out the city's dynamic music scene featuring everything from classic operas to a rock culture that makes Finland a leader in yet another area – heavy metal bands!

 

4. World-Class Education

You can hardly open the news without hearing about Finland's marvelous education system, but the country deserves its reputation. Finland repeatedly ranks in the top five for PISA scores, Finns borrow more library books than any other country in the world, and in the “latest Shanghai ranking, [the University of Helsinki was] #56.” The university is working its way to the top of the ranking and employs instructors who are also esteemed researchers, making it a smart choice for ambitious international students. 

 

5. Safety

Apart from the occasional bear, the streets of Helsinki are relatively safe. The capital of Finland is the second safest city in the world and has been named the most livable city in the world. Outside the city crime rates are remarkably low, and the greatest risk to public safety comes from the wildlife – watch out for moose on the highways!

 

6. Everyone Speaks English

Finland's well-educated population is also extremely fluent in English. Last year, the country ranked #4 in the Education First English Proficiency Index, and Finland's universities offer around 450 programs in English. While international students are encouraged to learn Finnish during their studies, students at the University of Helsinki have access to courses at different levels in English.

 

7. Modern Research Universities

Finland's high educational standards are just one of the ways that this forward-thinking country works to make the world and the future a better place. Finland leads the world in futurology, and its universities are central to the country's efforts. Students can join the Helsinki Challenge, “a science based competition and idea accelerator,” that aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and build a better future. 

 

8. Ideal Location

Finland holds a unique place between east and west and the capital, Helsinki, is only a few hours from Russia and Estonia by train and ferry. The country also has strong ties with Scandinavia and many Finns speak Swedish as fluently as they do Finnish. And with ferries connecting Helsinki and Stockholm, Finland serves as a perfect jumping-off point for the rest of Europe as well.

 

9. Well-Connected

It's easy to travel from Finland to nearby Scandinavian or northern and eastern Europe, but the country's main carrier – Finnair – is setting its sights a bit further afield. The country's location makes it well-placed for flights to and from Asia, and the Finnish airline has already launched plans to increase Asian traffic by 2020. Finnair was the first European airline to offer non-stop flights to Tokyo, and the airline currently offers 77 non-stop flights to Asia from Helsinki every week. This is great news for international students from Asia, or for students who want to use their holidays to explore the world.

 

10. The Saunas!

And, if world-class education, low crime rates, stunning natural beauty, and easy travel access isn't enough, then Finland has one more ace up its sleeve. Finland may not have exclusive claim to the sauna, but no other country in the world knows how to steam the way that Finland does. With more than three million saunas, Finland tops the charts for saunas per capita, and even tiny student flats are likely to feature at least one.

Want to see what else Finland has to offer? Check out the University of Helsinki’s new roster of International Master’s Degree Programs that will launch next year. Courses will be available in English, Swedish, or Finnish and students can choose from thirty-four degrees ranging from European and Nordic Studies to Forest Sciences and Bioeconomy. Read more about the University of Helsinki here.

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

 

1. Natural Beauty

The entire country of Finland, barring a few islands of its southernmost coast, is located above the 60th parallel. Finland's geographic location, as well as its stunning landscape, makes it an ideal location for students wanting to study and explore.  Head north in the summer when the sun doesn't set and hike around any of Finland's 168,000 lakes. In the winter, Finland turns into a winter wonderland with cross country ski trails through Helsinki's central park and northern lights that dance across the sky.

 

2. Vibrant International Community

Finland has a small population (just under 5.5 million people), but the country has a diverse international community, and international students will find a warm welcome. The University of Helsinki, along with the rest of the country, has worked to establish an “attractive and internationally competitive” profile and international students have a strong network of support.

 

3. Strong Local Culture

Finnish people may seem very reserved, but once you get to know them, you'll find a warm, friendly population and cities full of life. Finns drink more coffee than any other people on earth (around 12kg per person per year!) and the capital city of Helsinki is “full of cafes, culture and clubs.” Spend your weekends browsing flea markets and art galleries, and check out the city's dynamic music scene featuring everything from classic operas to a rock culture that makes Finland a leader in yet another area – heavy metal bands!

 

4. World-Class Education

You can hardly open the news without hearing about Finland's marvelous education system, but the country deserves its reputation. Finland repeatedly ranks in the top five for PISA scores, Finns borrow more library books than any other country in the world, and in the “latest Shanghai ranking, [the University of Helsinki was] #56.” The university is working its way to the top of the ranking and employs instructors who are also esteemed researchers, making it a smart choice for ambitious international students. 

 

5. Safety

Apart from the occasional bear, the streets of Helsinki are relatively safe. The capital of Finland is the second safest city in the world and has been named the most livable city in the world. Outside the city crime rates are remarkably low, and the greatest risk to public safety comes from the wildlife – watch out for moose on the highways!

 

6. Everyone Speaks English

Finland's well-educated population is also extremely fluent in English. Last year, the country ranked #4 in the Education First English Proficiency Index, and Finland's universities offer around 450 programs in English. While international students are encouraged to learn Finnish during their studies, students at the University of Helsinki have access to courses at different levels in English.

 

7. Modern Research Universities

Finland's high educational standards are just one of the ways that this forward-thinking country works to make the world and the future a better place. Finland leads the world in futurology, and its universities are central to the country's efforts. Students can join the Helsinki Challenge, “a science based competition and idea accelerator,” that aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and build a better future. 

 

8. Ideal Location

Finland holds a unique place between east and west and the capital, Helsinki, is only a few hours from Russia and Estonia by train and ferry. The country also has strong ties with Scandinavia and many Finns speak Swedish as fluently as they do Finnish. And with ferries connecting Helsinki and Stockholm, Finland serves as a perfect jumping-off point for the rest of Europe as well.

 

9. Well-Connected

It's easy to travel from Finland to nearby Scandinavian or northern and eastern Europe, but the country's main carrier – Finnair – is setting its sights a bit further afield. The country's location makes it well-placed for flights to and from Asia, and the Finnish airline has already launched plans to increase Asian traffic by 2020. Finnair was the first European airline to offer non-stop flights to Tokyo, and the airline currently offers 77 non-stop flights to Asia from Helsinki every week. This is great news for international students from Asia, or for students who want to use their holidays to explore the world.

 

10. The Saunas!

And, if world-class education, low crime rates, stunning natural beauty, and easy travel access isn't enough, then Finland has one more ace up its sleeve. Finland may not have exclusive claim to the sauna, but no other country in the world knows how to steam the way that Finland does. With more than three million saunas, Finland tops the charts for saunas per capita, and even tiny student flats are likely to feature at least one.

Want to see what else Finland has to offer? Check out the University of Helsinki’s new roster of International Master’s Degree Programs that will launch next year. Courses will be available in English, Swedish, or Finnish and students can choose from thirty-four degrees ranging from European and Nordic Studies to Forest Sciences and Bioeconomy. Read more about the University of Helsinki here.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

 

1. Convey Your Expertise
Graduate students are training to be experts in their field. This expertise should be exemplified by your writing. Your language should be direct, confident and authoritative in order to foster a sense of trust with your readers.

Other ways to assemble a cogent argument? Avoid first person tense whenever possible; employ transition words and phrases; and pay attention to sentence structure. Two true hallmarks of graduate level writing? Clarity and control.

 

2. Make Writing Routine
We’ve all heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” This is no more true than when it comes to graduate level writing. Making time to write regularly will not only help you develop critical thinking and writing skills, but can also be an invaluable confidence booster.

Establishing a writing routine is particularly beneficial when it comes to working on your thesis. Many graduate students wait too long to start writing and end up rushing through the process. This can lead to everything from an underdeveloped argument to lack of proper formatting. Avoid this pitfall by setting a schedule for writing as you go...and by committing to stick with it.

 

3. Know Your Reader
Any piece of writing should keep one overarching question in mind: Who is the audience and why are they reading your writing? In addition to clearly presenting your ideas, keep in mind that your thesis is an original contribution to your particular discipline. Make sure your reader knows what to expect by including “signposts” -- such as a table of contents, abstract, introductory paragraphs, etc. -- along the way to help guide your reader. Each sentence should relate in some way to your overall argument.

 

4. Seek Feedback
While graduate level writing is largely an individual effort, there’s plenty of help to be found if you know where to look. For starters, your advisor can be an amazing resource when it comes to “big picture” issues, such as selecting a topic and refining your thesis. In addition to helping identify your paper’s strengths, your advisor can also help suss out your weaknesses thereby preventing you from venturing too far in the wrong direction.

Your fellow grad students, meanwhile, can offer editing and proofreading assistance. And while finding someone in your field can be particularly useful -- especially if you’re writing about a complex or scientific subject -- friends and family members can also offer a helpful second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes.

 

5. Embrace the Revision Process
No piece of writing gets it perfect the first time. In fact, research and writing go hand in hand with revision, but many writers still get tripped up by setting impossible expectations for themselves. The best way to avoid this trap? Make revision part of your mindset.

Also, keep in mind that revision is much more than merely proofreading for mistakes. Rather, it’s an act of complete “re-seeing.” While this often involves expanding on key concepts, it sometimes means letting go of good material if it doesn’t make an essential contribution to your writing. We can all learn from William Faulkner, who once spoke of the need to, “Kill all your darlings.”

 

6. Learn from the Best
One of the best ways to get a better sense of what your writing should look like? Immersing yourself in published work from experts in your field. Visit your school library to read top journals in your discipline, noting writers and writing techniques you most admire. Reading dissertations in your particular area can also help you familiarize yourself with the corpus of research while gaining a better sense of the language used to describe varying concepts.

You’ve already proved your mettle by getting into graduate school, but that’s just the start. These six tips can help you take your writing to the next level. The best part? Writing is a transferrable skill. In other words, you can continue to call on these skills to be a better writer, thinker and communicator throughout your professional and personal life.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

 

1. Convey Your Expertise
Graduate students are training to be experts in their field. This expertise should be exemplified by your writing. Your language should be direct, confident and authoritative in order to foster a sense of trust with your readers.

Other ways to assemble a cogent argument? Avoid first person tense whenever possible; employ transition words and phrases; and pay attention to sentence structure. Two true hallmarks of graduate level writing? Clarity and control.

 

2. Make Writing Routine
We’ve all heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” This is no more true than when it comes to graduate level writing. Making time to write regularly will not only help you develop critical thinking and writing skills, but can also be an invaluable confidence booster.

Establishing a writing routine is particularly beneficial when it comes to working on your thesis. Many graduate students wait too long to start writing and end up rushing through the process. This can lead to everything from an underdeveloped argument to lack of proper formatting. Avoid this pitfall by setting a schedule for writing as you go...and by committing to stick with it.

 

3. Know Your Reader
Any piece of writing should keep one overarching question in mind: Who is the audience and why are they reading your writing? In addition to clearly presenting your ideas, keep in mind that your thesis is an original contribution to your particular discipline. Make sure your reader knows what to expect by including “signposts” -- such as a table of contents, abstract, introductory paragraphs, etc. -- along the way to help guide your reader. Each sentence should relate in some way to your overall argument.

 

4. Seek Feedback
While graduate level writing is largely an individual effort, there’s plenty of help to be found if you know where to look. For starters, your advisor can be an amazing resource when it comes to “big picture” issues, such as selecting a topic and refining your thesis. In addition to helping identify your paper’s strengths, your advisor can also help suss out your weaknesses thereby preventing you from venturing too far in the wrong direction.

Your fellow grad students, meanwhile, can offer editing and proofreading assistance. And while finding someone in your field can be particularly useful -- especially if you’re writing about a complex or scientific subject -- friends and family members can also offer a helpful second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes.

 

5. Embrace the Revision Process
No piece of writing gets it perfect the first time. In fact, research and writing go hand in hand with revision, but many writers still get tripped up by setting impossible expectations for themselves. The best way to avoid this trap? Make revision part of your mindset.

Also, keep in mind that revision is much more than merely proofreading for mistakes. Rather, it’s an act of complete “re-seeing.” While this often involves expanding on key concepts, it sometimes means letting go of good material if it doesn’t make an essential contribution to your writing. We can all learn from William Faulkner, who once spoke of the need to, “Kill all your darlings.”

 

6. Learn from the Best
One of the best ways to get a better sense of what your writing should look like? Immersing yourself in published work from experts in your field. Visit your school library to read top journals in your discipline, noting writers and writing techniques you most admire. Reading dissertations in your particular area can also help you familiarize yourself with the corpus of research while gaining a better sense of the language used to describe varying concepts.

You’ve already proved your mettle by getting into graduate school, but that’s just the start. These six tips can help you take your writing to the next level. The best part? Writing is a transferrable skill. In other words, you can continue to call on these skills to be a better writer, thinker and communicator throughout your professional and personal life.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

A Move Toward Mobility

Of the more than 1,200 Ukrainians between the ages of 16 to 35 surveyed and reported on in “Hopes, Fears and Dreams: The Views of Ukraine’s Next Generation,” many were optimistic: A full 41 percent expressed belief in a bright future.

One widely perceived path to that bright future, according to the online survey? International higher education offerings. More than half of respondents (56 percent) expressed the desire to study abroad, with the UK, USA, Germany, Poland and Canada topping their lists of preferred destinations.

Roughly half of Ukrainian students who aspire to study abroad are motivated by the desire to learn fluent English. Higher quality of education (47 percent);  job prospects abroad (44 percent); job prospects in their home country (39 percent) and less corruption (31 percent) rounded out the top five reasons drawing Ukrainians to international study opportunities. 

Supporting Ukrainian Interest

According to figures from UNESCO, just under 40,000 Ukrainian students were enrolled in international higher education programs in 2014. Given increasing evidence of demand, the British Council has identified Ukraine as a ripe area for recruitment while also calling for other measures aimed at supporting the internationalization of higher education in Ukraine while strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and their universities.

And while the challenges ahead are significant -- young Ukrainians cite lack of money and limited English skills as major barriers to international education -- so are the opportunities. Says the British Council, “The young people surveyed for this report will provide the engine for Ukraine’s prosperity and stability and are the cohort from which the future influencers and leaders of Ukraine will be drawn…the ‘next generation’ is increasingly becoming the ‘now generation’.”

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

A Move Toward Mobility

Of the more than 1,200 Ukrainians between the ages of 16 to 35 surveyed and reported on in “Hopes, Fears and Dreams: The Views of Ukraine’s Next Generation,” many were optimistic: A full 41 percent expressed belief in a bright future.

One widely perceived path to that bright future, according to the online survey? International higher education offerings. More than half of respondents (56 percent) expressed the desire to study abroad, with the UK, USA, Germany, Poland and Canada topping their lists of preferred destinations.

Roughly half of Ukrainian students who aspire to study abroad are motivated by the desire to learn fluent English. Higher quality of education (47 percent);  job prospects abroad (44 percent); job prospects in their home country (39 percent) and less corruption (31 percent) rounded out the top five reasons drawing Ukrainians to international study opportunities. 

Supporting Ukrainian Interest

According to figures from UNESCO, just under 40,000 Ukrainian students were enrolled in international higher education programs in 2014. Given increasing evidence of demand, the British Council has identified Ukraine as a ripe area for recruitment while also calling for other measures aimed at supporting the internationalization of higher education in Ukraine while strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and their universities.

And while the challenges ahead are significant -- young Ukrainians cite lack of money and limited English skills as major barriers to international education -- so are the opportunities. Says the British Council, “The young people surveyed for this report will provide the engine for Ukraine’s prosperity and stability and are the cohort from which the future influencers and leaders of Ukraine will be drawn…the ‘next generation’ is increasingly becoming the ‘now generation’.”

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

Understanding Erasmus
Launched in 1987, Erasmus -- now Erasmus Plus -- has changed the face of mobility in Europe. Through the program, EU students can choose to study in one of 30-plus European countries completely free for up to a year.

Many of the Erasmus’s beneficiaries have included students and faculty from the UK. In fact, just last year approximately 15,500 UK students and 7,000 UK staff studied abroad thanks to EU funding from Erasmus. But will their continued participation be part of the Brexit negotiations, or will they be shut out?

Why Erasmus Matters
According to Erasmus director Ruth Sinclair-Jones as reported by The Guardian, “We do really want there to be prioritisation on the Erasmus Plus because it is important – it has a direct impact on the students and the economy….It is hugely popular in the UK and the results of surveys demonstrate the benefits. Students really shine through, their maturity and self-confidence is stronger. Their academic results are higher, there is lower unemployment and higher wages five years on.”

Also on board with safeguarding Erasmus? Alumni Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, who implored students to consider the benefits of EU membership -- with continued participation in Erasmus as a featured point -- before the vote took place.

“As a student in Belgium and France,” Johnson penned in a missive published in The Guardian, “I was able to brush up on my language skills and experience life in another country. I want everyone to have that chance.”

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

Understanding Erasmus
Launched in 1987, Erasmus -- now Erasmus Plus -- has changed the face of mobility in Europe. Through the program, EU students can choose to study in one of 30-plus European countries completely free for up to a year.

Many of the Erasmus’s beneficiaries have included students and faculty from the UK. In fact, just last year approximately 15,500 UK students and 7,000 UK staff studied abroad thanks to EU funding from Erasmus. But will their continued participation be part of the Brexit negotiations, or will they be shut out?

Why Erasmus Matters
According to Erasmus director Ruth Sinclair-Jones as reported by The Guardian, “We do really want there to be prioritisation on the Erasmus Plus because it is important – it has a direct impact on the students and the economy….It is hugely popular in the UK and the results of surveys demonstrate the benefits. Students really shine through, their maturity and self-confidence is stronger. Their academic results are higher, there is lower unemployment and higher wages five years on.”

Also on board with safeguarding Erasmus? Alumni Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, who implored students to consider the benefits of EU membership -- with continued participation in Erasmus as a featured point -- before the vote took place.

“As a student in Belgium and France,” Johnson penned in a missive published in The Guardian, “I was able to brush up on my language skills and experience life in another country. I want everyone to have that chance.”

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Japan and South Korea have the most innovative universities in Asia, according to a Reuters report released this August.  The report ranks the top 75 universities on the continent and includes universities from Singapore, China, New Zealand, Australia, India, and Malaysia, in addition to Japan and South Korea.  Of the top 20 universities, 17 are in Japan and South Korea.  South Korea also has among some of the highest research and development spending in the world (4% of GDP), due to a recent, significant policy shift that pushes innovation at its universities.

Focus on Patents

How did Reuters measure innovation?  They based their rankings on those institutions that do the most to “advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy.”  The report also weighted the numbers of patent applications and successes.  Universities that filed 50 or more patent applications between 2009 and 2014, and that were frequently cited by others made the list.  Other criteria?  The frequency of citations[G2] , and the percentage of articles that had an industry co-author. According to Reuters, the universities in Japan and South Korea filed, on average, more than double the number of patent applications than those in other ranked countries.

Good News

Don’t judge innovation on the Reuters report alone, however.  There’s good news for those universities in Asia that didn’t make the list.  Reuters commented, “Of course, just because a country doesn’t have any schools in the Reuters Top 75 doesn’t mean their universities aren’t doing important research.  Since the ranking measures innovation on an institutional level, it may overlook particularly innovative departments or programmes."

Check out the Global Innovation Index 2016, published by the UN Intellectual Property Organization[G5]  to learn more about global innovation at universities around the world, in addition to those in Asia. 

Read more about studying in Asia.

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Japan and South Korea top a recently published Reuters ranking of Asia's most innovative universities.  The rankings measure the numbers of patent applications, the frequency of research citations, and industry co-authors, among other criteria.  Here's a closer look.



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Japan and South Korea have the most innovative universities in Asia, according to a Reuters report released this August.  The report ranks the top 75 universities on the continent and includes universities from Singapore, China, New Zealand, Australia, India, and Malaysia, in addition to Japan and South Korea.  Of the top 20 universities, 17 are in Japan and South Korea.  South Korea also has among some of the highest research and development spending in the world (4% of GDP), due to a recent, significant policy shift that pushes innovation at its universities.

Focus on Patents

How did Reuters measure innovation?  They based their rankings on those institutions that do the most to “advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy.”  The report also weighted the numbers of patent applications and successes.  Universities that filed 50 or more patent applications between 2009 and 2014, and that were frequently cited by others made the list.  Other criteria?  The frequency of citations[G2] , and the percentage of articles that had an industry co-author. According to Reuters, the universities in Japan and South Korea filed, on average, more than double the number of patent applications than those in other ranked countries.

Good News

Don’t judge innovation on the Reuters report alone, however.  There’s good news for those universities in Asia that didn’t make the list.  Reuters commented, “Of course, just because a country doesn’t have any schools in the Reuters Top 75 doesn’t mean their universities aren’t doing important research.  Since the ranking measures innovation on an institutional level, it may overlook particularly innovative departments or programmes."

Check out the Global Innovation Index 2016, published by the UN Intellectual Property Organization[G5]  to learn more about global innovation at universities around the world, in addition to those in Asia. 

Read more about studying in Asia.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

 

1. Schedule Daily Time to Write
The fact that your boss expects you to be at your internship everyday provides meaningful motivation to show up. Unfortunately, the same element of external accountability is missing from the thesis scenario. The unhappy result? It often ends up getting moved aside and pushed back -- ultimately leaving you in a bind when the deadline is suddenly bearing down and you’re weeks behind where you’d hoped to be by now.

The best way to avoid the last minute rush? Rather than letting your thesis become the thing you do when don’t have anything else to do, make it your priority by establishing a regular writing routine. Not only will this help keep you on track, but it can also get your brain in the habit of writing. Like any other form of “exercise,” the more you write, the easier it becomes. In fact, in committing to write every day, you’re likely to experience all new levels of productivity.

 

2. Prioritize Your Productivity
Do you work best in the earlier hours of the morning while it’s still dark outside? Or perhaps you thrive in the wee hours after everyone else has gone to bed? Do you find working in a coffee shop surrounded by hordes of other people invigorating, or do you need a more solitary environment in order to concentrate?

Not everyone finds inspiration in the same environment. Understanding where you find yours is extremely beneficial when it comes to promoting peak productivity. After all, making time to write is only part of the “big picture.” Also critical? Maximizing that time.

 

3. Keep Your Employer In the Loop
One of the good things about internships is that they’re often designed to accommodate student schedules. In most cases, your employer will be more than happy to work with you to come up with a mutually agreeable work schedule which allows ample time for thesis writing, as well. If you end up in a position where you need to cut back on your internship hours to devote extra time to work on your thesis, open lines of communication are key. Just be upfront in expressing your needs from the start in order to avoid confusion and/or bad feelings in the future.

One additional thing to keep in mind? If you’re planning on continuing to work for your current employer after you graduate, the completion of your thesis -- particularly if it’s germane to the work you’re doing -- can add to your marketability.

 

4. Accept Multitasking as a Myth
While much has been made of the benefits of multitasking, a growing body of research not only suggests that doing multiple things at once may not only be all it’s cracked up to be, but may actually lead to decreased productivity.

A recent study from McGill University indicates that in constantly shifting from one task to the next, the body uses up its oxygenated glucose stores -- the very same fuel which would otherwise be used to focus. Concludes researcher and professor of behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin, “That switching comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.”

While multitasking may no longer be of use to you, something else can be: Scheduling regular 15-minute breaks. Stepping away from your work -- whether during your internship or while writing your thesis -- can actually help you be more productive, but only if you let your mind truly wander. Just don’t let it wander over to the internet, however, as research also shows that online distractions can be particularly destructive. The takeaway? In order to make the very best of your time, stop checking your social media and shut off all of your automatic notifications.

While it’s easy to think of your internship and master’s thesis as warring entities, the fact is the two can be surprisingly symbiotic. Rather than focusing on how they’re working against each other, shift your mindset to acknowledge what they can help you accomplish together.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

 

1. Schedule Daily Time to Write
The fact that your boss expects you to be at your internship everyday provides meaningful motivation to show up. Unfortunately, the same element of external accountability is missing from the thesis scenario. The unhappy result? It often ends up getting moved aside and pushed back -- ultimately leaving you in a bind when the deadline is suddenly bearing down and you’re weeks behind where you’d hoped to be by now.

The best way to avoid the last minute rush? Rather than letting your thesis become the thing you do when don’t have anything else to do, make it your priority by establishing a regular writing routine. Not only will this help keep you on track, but it can also get your brain in the habit of writing. Like any other form of “exercise,” the more you write, the easier it becomes. In fact, in committing to write every day, you’re likely to experience all new levels of productivity.

 

2. Prioritize Your Productivity
Do you work best in the earlier hours of the morning while it’s still dark outside? Or perhaps you thrive in the wee hours after everyone else has gone to bed? Do you find working in a coffee shop surrounded by hordes of other people invigorating, or do you need a more solitary environment in order to concentrate?

Not everyone finds inspiration in the same environment. Understanding where you find yours is extremely beneficial when it comes to promoting peak productivity. After all, making time to write is only part of the “big picture.” Also critical? Maximizing that time.

 

3. Keep Your Employer In the Loop
One of the good things about internships is that they’re often designed to accommodate student schedules. In most cases, your employer will be more than happy to work with you to come up with a mutually agreeable work schedule which allows ample time for thesis writing, as well. If you end up in a position where you need to cut back on your internship hours to devote extra time to work on your thesis, open lines of communication are key. Just be upfront in expressing your needs from the start in order to avoid confusion and/or bad feelings in the future.

One additional thing to keep in mind? If you’re planning on continuing to work for your current employer after you graduate, the completion of your thesis -- particularly if it’s germane to the work you’re doing -- can add to your marketability.

 

4. Accept Multitasking as a Myth
While much has been made of the benefits of multitasking, a growing body of research not only suggests that doing multiple things at once may not only be all it’s cracked up to be, but may actually lead to decreased productivity.

A recent study from McGill University indicates that in constantly shifting from one task to the next, the body uses up its oxygenated glucose stores -- the very same fuel which would otherwise be used to focus. Concludes researcher and professor of behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin, “That switching comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.”

While multitasking may no longer be of use to you, something else can be: Scheduling regular 15-minute breaks. Stepping away from your work -- whether during your internship or while writing your thesis -- can actually help you be more productive, but only if you let your mind truly wander. Just don’t let it wander over to the internet, however, as research also shows that online distractions can be particularly destructive. The takeaway? In order to make the very best of your time, stop checking your social media and shut off all of your automatic notifications.

While it’s easy to think of your internship and master’s thesis as warring entities, the fact is the two can be surprisingly symbiotic. Rather than focusing on how they’re working against each other, shift your mindset to acknowledge what they can help you accomplish together.

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

 

1. Natural Beauty

The entire country of Finland, barring a few islands of its southernmost coast, is located above the 60th parallel. Finland's geographic location, as well as its stunning landscape, makes it an ideal location for students wanting to study and explore.  Head north in the summer when the sun doesn't set and hike around any of Finland's 168,000 lakes. In the winter, Finland turns into a winter wonderland with cross country ski trails through Helsinki's central park and northern lights that dance across the sky.

 

2. Vibrant International Community

Finland has a small population (just under 5.5 million people), but the country has a diverse international community, and international students will find a warm welcome. The University of Helsinki, along with the rest of the country, has worked to establish an “attractive and internationally competitive” profile and international students have a strong network of support.

 

3. Strong Local Culture

Finnish people may seem very reserved, but once you get to know them, you'll find a warm, friendly population and cities full of life. Finns drink more coffee than any other people on earth (around 12kg per person per year!) and the capital city of Helsinki is “full of cafes, culture and clubs.” Spend your weekends browsing flea markets and art galleries, and check out the city's dynamic music scene featuring everything from classic operas to a rock culture that makes Finland a leader in yet another area – heavy metal bands!

 

4. World-Class Education

You can hardly open the news without hearing about Finland's marvelous education system, but the country deserves its reputation. Finland repeatedly ranks in the top five for PISA scores, Finns borrow more library books than any other country in the world, and in the “latest Shanghai ranking, [the University of Helsinki was] #56.” The university is working its way to the top of the ranking and employs instructors who are also esteemed researchers, making it a smart choice for ambitious international students. 

 

5. Safety

Apart from the occasional bear, the streets of Helsinki are relatively safe. The capital of Finland is the second safest city in the world and has been named the most livable city in the world. Outside the city crime rates are remarkably low, and the greatest risk to public safety comes from the wildlife – watch out for moose on the highways!

 

6. Everyone Speaks English

Finland's well-educated population is also extremely fluent in English. Last year, the country ranked #4 in the Education First English Proficiency Index, and Finland's universities offer around 450 programs in English. While international students are encouraged to learn Finnish during their studies, students at the University of Helsinki have access to courses at different levels in English.

 

7. Modern Research Universities

Finland's high educational standards are just one of the ways that this forward-thinking country works to make the world and the future a better place. Finland leads the world in futurology, and its universities are central to the country's efforts. Students can join the Helsinki Challenge, “a science based competition and idea accelerator,” that aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and build a better future. 

 

8. Ideal Location

Finland holds a unique place between east and west and the capital, Helsinki, is only a few hours from Russia and Estonia by train and ferry. The country also has strong ties with Scandinavia and many Finns speak Swedish as fluently as they do Finnish. And with ferries connecting Helsinki and Stockholm, Finland serves as a perfect jumping-off point for the rest of Europe as well.

 

9. Well-Connected

It's easy to travel from Finland to nearby Scandinavian or northern and eastern Europe, but the country's main carrier – Finnair – is setting its sights a bit further afield. The country's location makes it well-placed for flights to and from Asia, and the Finnish airline has already launched plans to increase Asian traffic by 2020. Finnair was the first European airline to offer non-stop flights to Tokyo, and the airline currently offers 77 non-stop flights to Asia from Helsinki every week. This is great news for international students from Asia, or for students who want to use their holidays to explore the world.

 

10. The Saunas!

And, if world-class education, low crime rates, stunning natural beauty, and easy travel access isn't enough, then Finland has one more ace up its sleeve. Finland may not have exclusive claim to the sauna, but no other country in the world knows how to steam the way that Finland does. With more than three million saunas, Finland tops the charts for saunas per capita, and even tiny student flats are likely to feature at least one.

Want to see what else Finland has to offer? Check out the University of Helsinki’s new roster of International Master’s Degree Programs that will launch next year. Courses will be available in English, Swedish, or Finnish and students can choose from thirty-four degrees ranging from European and Nordic Studies to Forest Sciences and Bioeconomy. Read more about the University of Helsinki here.

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

 

1. Natural Beauty

The entire country of Finland, barring a few islands of its southernmost coast, is located above the 60th parallel. Finland's geographic location, as well as its stunning landscape, makes it an ideal location for students wanting to study and explore.  Head north in the summer when the sun doesn't set and hike around any of Finland's 168,000 lakes. In the winter, Finland turns into a winter wonderland with cross country ski trails through Helsinki's central park and northern lights that dance across the sky.

 

2. Vibrant International Community

Finland has a small population (just under 5.5 million people), but the country has a diverse international community, and international students will find a warm welcome. The University of Helsinki, along with the rest of the country, has worked to establish an “attractive and internationally competitive” profile and international students have a strong network of support.

 

3. Strong Local Culture

Finnish people may seem very reserved, but once you get to know them, you'll find a warm, friendly population and cities full of life. Finns drink more coffee than any other people on earth (around 12kg per person per year!) and the capital city of Helsinki is “full of cafes, culture and clubs.” Spend your weekends browsing flea markets and art galleries, and check out the city's dynamic music scene featuring everything from classic operas to a rock culture that makes Finland a leader in yet another area – heavy metal bands!

 

4. World-Class Education

You can hardly open the news without hearing about Finland's marvelous education system, but the country deserves its reputation. Finland repeatedly ranks in the top five for PISA scores, Finns borrow more library books than any other country in the world, and in the “latest Shanghai ranking, [the University of Helsinki was] #56.” The university is working its way to the top of the ranking and employs instructors who are also esteemed researchers, making it a smart choice for ambitious international students. 

 

5. Safety

Apart from the occasional bear, the streets of Helsinki are relatively safe. The capital of Finland is the second safest city in the world and has been named the most livable city in the world. Outside the city crime rates are remarkably low, and the greatest risk to public safety comes from the wildlife – watch out for moose on the highways!

 

6. Everyone Speaks English

Finland's well-educated population is also extremely fluent in English. Last year, the country ranked #4 in the Education First English Proficiency Index, and Finland's universities offer around 450 programs in English. While international students are encouraged to learn Finnish during their studies, students at the University of Helsinki have access to courses at different levels in English.

 

7. Modern Research Universities

Finland's high educational standards are just one of the ways that this forward-thinking country works to make the world and the future a better place. Finland leads the world in futurology, and its universities are central to the country's efforts. Students can join the Helsinki Challenge, “a science based competition and idea accelerator,” that aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and build a better future. 

 

8. Ideal Location

Finland holds a unique place between east and west and the capital, Helsinki, is only a few hours from Russia and Estonia by train and ferry. The country also has strong ties with Scandinavia and many Finns speak Swedish as fluently as they do Finnish. And with ferries connecting Helsinki and Stockholm, Finland serves as a perfect jumping-off point for the rest of Europe as well.

 

9. Well-Connected

It's easy to travel from Finland to nearby Scandinavian or northern and eastern Europe, but the country's main carrier – Finnair – is setting its sights a bit further afield. The country's location makes it well-placed for flights to and from Asia, and the Finnish airline has already launched plans to increase Asian traffic by 2020. Finnair was the first European airline to offer non-stop flights to Tokyo, and the airline currently offers 77 non-stop flights to Asia from Helsinki every week. This is great news for international students from Asia, or for students who want to use their holidays to explore the world.

 

10. The Saunas!

And, if world-class education, low crime rates, stunning natural beauty, and easy travel access isn't enough, then Finland has one more ace up its sleeve. Finland may not have exclusive claim to the sauna, but no other country in the world knows how to steam the way that Finland does. With more than three million saunas, Finland tops the charts for saunas per capita, and even tiny student flats are likely to feature at least one.

Want to see what else Finland has to offer? Check out the University of Helsinki’s new roster of International Master’s Degree Programs that will launch next year. Courses will be available in English, Swedish, or Finnish and students can choose from thirty-four degrees ranging from European and Nordic Studies to Forest Sciences and Bioeconomy. Read more about the University of Helsinki here.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

 

1. Convey Your Expertise
Graduate students are training to be experts in their field. This expertise should be exemplified by your writing. Your language should be direct, confident and authoritative in order to foster a sense of trust with your readers.

Other ways to assemble a cogent argument? Avoid first person tense whenever possible; employ transition words and phrases; and pay attention to sentence structure. Two true hallmarks of graduate level writing? Clarity and control.

 

2. Make Writing Routine
We’ve all heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” This is no more true than when it comes to graduate level writing. Making time to write regularly will not only help you develop critical thinking and writing skills, but can also be an invaluable confidence booster.

Establishing a writing routine is particularly beneficial when it comes to working on your thesis. Many graduate students wait too long to start writing and end up rushing through the process. This can lead to everything from an underdeveloped argument to lack of proper formatting. Avoid this pitfall by setting a schedule for writing as you go...and by committing to stick with it.

 

3. Know Your Reader
Any piece of writing should keep one overarching question in mind: Who is the audience and why are they reading your writing? In addition to clearly presenting your ideas, keep in mind that your thesis is an original contribution to your particular discipline. Make sure your reader knows what to expect by including “signposts” -- such as a table of contents, abstract, introductory paragraphs, etc. -- along the way to help guide your reader. Each sentence should relate in some way to your overall argument.

 

4. Seek Feedback
While graduate level writing is largely an individual effort, there’s plenty of help to be found if you know where to look. For starters, your advisor can be an amazing resource when it comes to “big picture” issues, such as selecting a topic and refining your thesis. In addition to helping identify your paper’s strengths, your advisor can also help suss out your weaknesses thereby preventing you from venturing too far in the wrong direction.

Your fellow grad students, meanwhile, can offer editing and proofreading assistance. And while finding someone in your field can be particularly useful -- especially if you’re writing about a complex or scientific subject -- friends and family members can also offer a helpful second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes.

 

5. Embrace the Revision Process
No piece of writing gets it perfect the first time. In fact, research and writing go hand in hand with revision, but many writers still get tripped up by setting impossible expectations for themselves. The best way to avoid this trap? Make revision part of your mindset.

Also, keep in mind that revision is much more than merely proofreading for mistakes. Rather, it’s an act of complete “re-seeing.” While this often involves expanding on key concepts, it sometimes means letting go of good material if it doesn’t make an essential contribution to your writing. We can all learn from William Faulkner, who once spoke of the need to, “Kill all your darlings.”

 

6. Learn from the Best
One of the best ways to get a better sense of what your writing should look like? Immersing yourself in published work from experts in your field. Visit your school library to read top journals in your discipline, noting writers and writing techniques you most admire. Reading dissertations in your particular area can also help you familiarize yourself with the corpus of research while gaining a better sense of the language used to describe varying concepts.

You’ve already proved your mettle by getting into graduate school, but that’s just the start. These six tips can help you take your writing to the next level. The best part? Writing is a transferrable skill. In other words, you can continue to call on these skills to be a better writer, thinker and communicator throughout your professional and personal life.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

 

1. Convey Your Expertise
Graduate students are training to be experts in their field. This expertise should be exemplified by your writing. Your language should be direct, confident and authoritative in order to foster a sense of trust with your readers.

Other ways to assemble a cogent argument? Avoid first person tense whenever possible; employ transition words and phrases; and pay attention to sentence structure. Two true hallmarks of graduate level writing? Clarity and control.

 

2. Make Writing Routine
We’ve all heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” This is no more true than when it comes to graduate level writing. Making time to write regularly will not only help you develop critical thinking and writing skills, but can also be an invaluable confidence booster.

Establishing a writing routine is particularly beneficial when it comes to working on your thesis. Many graduate students wait too long to start writing and end up rushing through the process. This can lead to everything from an underdeveloped argument to lack of proper formatting. Avoid this pitfall by setting a schedule for writing as you go...and by committing to stick with it.

 

3. Know Your Reader
Any piece of writing should keep one overarching question in mind: Who is the audience and why are they reading your writing? In addition to clearly presenting your ideas, keep in mind that your thesis is an original contribution to your particular discipline. Make sure your reader knows what to expect by including “signposts” -- such as a table of contents, abstract, introductory paragraphs, etc. -- along the way to help guide your reader. Each sentence should relate in some way to your overall argument.

 

4. Seek Feedback
While graduate level writing is largely an individual effort, there’s plenty of help to be found if you know where to look. For starters, your advisor can be an amazing resource when it comes to “big picture” issues, such as selecting a topic and refining your thesis. In addition to helping identify your paper’s strengths, your advisor can also help suss out your weaknesses thereby preventing you from venturing too far in the wrong direction.

Your fellow grad students, meanwhile, can offer editing and proofreading assistance. And while finding someone in your field can be particularly useful -- especially if you’re writing about a complex or scientific subject -- friends and family members can also offer a helpful second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes.

 

5. Embrace the Revision Process
No piece of writing gets it perfect the first time. In fact, research and writing go hand in hand with revision, but many writers still get tripped up by setting impossible expectations for themselves. The best way to avoid this trap? Make revision part of your mindset.

Also, keep in mind that revision is much more than merely proofreading for mistakes. Rather, it’s an act of complete “re-seeing.” While this often involves expanding on key concepts, it sometimes means letting go of good material if it doesn’t make an essential contribution to your writing. We can all learn from William Faulkner, who once spoke of the need to, “Kill all your darlings.”

 

6. Learn from the Best
One of the best ways to get a better sense of what your writing should look like? Immersing yourself in published work from experts in your field. Visit your school library to read top journals in your discipline, noting writers and writing techniques you most admire. Reading dissertations in your particular area can also help you familiarize yourself with the corpus of research while gaining a better sense of the language used to describe varying concepts.

You’ve already proved your mettle by getting into graduate school, but that’s just the start. These six tips can help you take your writing to the next level. The best part? Writing is a transferrable skill. In other words, you can continue to call on these skills to be a better writer, thinker and communicator throughout your professional and personal life.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

A Move Toward Mobility

Of the more than 1,200 Ukrainians between the ages of 16 to 35 surveyed and reported on in “Hopes, Fears and Dreams: The Views of Ukraine’s Next Generation,” many were optimistic: A full 41 percent expressed belief in a bright future.

One widely perceived path to that bright future, according to the online survey? International higher education offerings. More than half of respondents (56 percent) expressed the desire to study abroad, with the UK, USA, Germany, Poland and Canada topping their lists of preferred destinations.

Roughly half of Ukrainian students who aspire to study abroad are motivated by the desire to learn fluent English. Higher quality of education (47 percent);  job prospects abroad (44 percent); job prospects in their home country (39 percent) and less corruption (31 percent) rounded out the top five reasons drawing Ukrainians to international study opportunities. 

Supporting Ukrainian Interest

According to figures from UNESCO, just under 40,000 Ukrainian students were enrolled in international higher education programs in 2014. Given increasing evidence of demand, the British Council has identified Ukraine as a ripe area for recruitment while also calling for other measures aimed at supporting the internationalization of higher education in Ukraine while strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and their universities.

And while the challenges ahead are significant -- young Ukrainians cite lack of money and limited English skills as major barriers to international education -- so are the opportunities. Says the British Council, “The young people surveyed for this report will provide the engine for Ukraine’s prosperity and stability and are the cohort from which the future influencers and leaders of Ukraine will be drawn…the ‘next generation’ is increasingly becoming the ‘now generation’.”

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

A Move Toward Mobility

Of the more than 1,200 Ukrainians between the ages of 16 to 35 surveyed and reported on in “Hopes, Fears and Dreams: The Views of Ukraine’s Next Generation,” many were optimistic: A full 41 percent expressed belief in a bright future.

One widely perceived path to that bright future, according to the online survey? International higher education offerings. More than half of respondents (56 percent) expressed the desire to study abroad, with the UK, USA, Germany, Poland and Canada topping their lists of preferred destinations.

Roughly half of Ukrainian students who aspire to study abroad are motivated by the desire to learn fluent English. Higher quality of education (47 percent);  job prospects abroad (44 percent); job prospects in their home country (39 percent) and less corruption (31 percent) rounded out the top five reasons drawing Ukrainians to international study opportunities. 

Supporting Ukrainian Interest

According to figures from UNESCO, just under 40,000 Ukrainian students were enrolled in international higher education programs in 2014. Given increasing evidence of demand, the British Council has identified Ukraine as a ripe area for recruitment while also calling for other measures aimed at supporting the internationalization of higher education in Ukraine while strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and their universities.

And while the challenges ahead are significant -- young Ukrainians cite lack of money and limited English skills as major barriers to international education -- so are the opportunities. Says the British Council, “The young people surveyed for this report will provide the engine for Ukraine’s prosperity and stability and are the cohort from which the future influencers and leaders of Ukraine will be drawn…the ‘next generation’ is increasingly becoming the ‘now generation’.”

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

Understanding Erasmus
Launched in 1987, Erasmus -- now Erasmus Plus -- has changed the face of mobility in Europe. Through the program, EU students can choose to study in one of 30-plus European countries completely free for up to a year.

Many of the Erasmus’s beneficiaries have included students and faculty from the UK. In fact, just last year approximately 15,500 UK students and 7,000 UK staff studied abroad thanks to EU funding from Erasmus. But will their continued participation be part of the Brexit negotiations, or will they be shut out?

Why Erasmus Matters
According to Erasmus director Ruth Sinclair-Jones as reported by The Guardian, “We do really want there to be prioritisation on the Erasmus Plus because it is important – it has a direct impact on the students and the economy….It is hugely popular in the UK and the results of surveys demonstrate the benefits. Students really shine through, their maturity and self-confidence is stronger. Their academic results are higher, there is lower unemployment and higher wages five years on.”

Also on board with safeguarding Erasmus? Alumni Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, who implored students to consider the benefits of EU membership -- with continued participation in Erasmus as a featured point -- before the vote took place.

“As a student in Belgium and France,” Johnson penned in a missive published in The Guardian, “I was able to brush up on my language skills and experience life in another country. I want everyone to have that chance.”

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

Understanding Erasmus
Launched in 1987, Erasmus -- now Erasmus Plus -- has changed the face of mobility in Europe. Through the program, EU students can choose to study in one of 30-plus European countries completely free for up to a year.

Many of the Erasmus’s beneficiaries have included students and faculty from the UK. In fact, just last year approximately 15,500 UK students and 7,000 UK staff studied abroad thanks to EU funding from Erasmus. But will their continued participation be part of the Brexit negotiations, or will they be shut out?

Why Erasmus Matters
According to Erasmus director Ruth Sinclair-Jones as reported by The Guardian, “We do really want there to be prioritisation on the Erasmus Plus because it is important – it has a direct impact on the students and the economy….It is hugely popular in the UK and the results of surveys demonstrate the benefits. Students really shine through, their maturity and self-confidence is stronger. Their academic results are higher, there is lower unemployment and higher wages five years on.”

Also on board with safeguarding Erasmus? Alumni Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, who implored students to consider the benefits of EU membership -- with continued participation in Erasmus as a featured point -- before the vote took place.

“As a student in Belgium and France,” Johnson penned in a missive published in The Guardian, “I was able to brush up on my language skills and experience life in another country. I want everyone to have that chance.”

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Japan and South Korea top a recently published Reuters ranking of Asia's most innovative universities.  The rankings measure the numbers of patent applications, the frequency of research citations, and industry co-authors, among other criteria.  Here's a closer look.



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Japan and South Korea have the most innovative universities in Asia, according to a Reuters report released this August.  The report ranks the top 75 universities on the continent and includes universities from Singapore, China, New Zealand, Australia, India, and Malaysia, in addition to Japan and South Korea.  Of the top 20 universities, 17 are in Japan and South Korea.  South Korea also has among some of the highest research and development spending in the world (4% of GDP), due to a recent, significant policy shift that pushes innovation at its universities.

Focus on Patents

How did Reuters measure innovation?  They based their rankings on those institutions that do the most to “advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy.”  The report also weighted the numbers of patent applications and successes.  Universities that filed 50 or more patent applications between 2009 and 2014, and that were frequently cited by others made the list.  Other criteria?  The frequency of citations[G2] , and the percentage of articles that had an industry co-author. According to Reuters, the universities in Japan and South Korea filed, on average, more than double the number of patent applications than those in other ranked countries.

Good News

Don’t judge innovation on the Reuters report alone, however.  There’s good news for those universities in Asia that didn’t make the list.  Reuters commented, “Of course, just because a country doesn’t have any schools in the Reuters Top 75 doesn’t mean their universities aren’t doing important research.  Since the ranking measures innovation on an institutional level, it may overlook particularly innovative departments or programmes."

Check out the Global Innovation Index 2016, published by the UN Intellectual Property Organization[G5]  to learn more about global innovation at universities around the world, in addition to those in Asia. 

Read more about studying in Asia.

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Japan and South Korea top a recently published Reuters ranking of Asia's most innovative universities.  The rankings measure the numbers of patent applications, the frequency of research citations, and industry co-authors, among other criteria.  Here's a closer look.



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Japan and South Korea top a recently published Reuters ranking of Asia's most innovative universities.  The rankings measure the numbers of patent applications, the frequency of research citations, and industry co-authors, among other criteria.  Here's a closer look.



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Japan and South Korea have the most innovative universities in Asia, according to a Reuters report released this August.  The report ranks the top 75 universities on the continent and includes universities from Singapore, China, New Zealand, Australia, India, and Malaysia, in addition to Japan and South Korea.  Of the top 20 universities, 17 are in Japan and South Korea.  South Korea also has among some of the highest research and development spending in the world (4% of GDP), due to a recent, significant policy shift that pushes innovation at its universities.

Focus on Patents

How did Reuters measure innovation?  They based their rankings on those institutions that do the most to “advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy.”  The report also weighted the numbers of patent applications and successes.  Universities that filed 50 or more patent applications between 2009 and 2014, and that were frequently cited by others made the list.  Other criteria?  The frequency of citations[G2] , and the percentage of articles that had an industry co-author. According to Reuters, the universities in Japan and South Korea filed, on average, more than double the number of patent applications than those in other ranked countries.

Good News

Don’t judge innovation on the Reuters report alone, however.  There’s good news for those universities in Asia that didn’t make the list.  Reuters commented, “Of course, just because a country doesn’t have any schools in the Reuters Top 75 doesn’t mean their universities aren’t doing important research.  Since the ranking measures innovation on an institutional level, it may overlook particularly innovative departments or programmes."

Check out the Global Innovation Index 2016, published by the UN Intellectual Property Organization[G5]  to learn more about global innovation at universities around the world, in addition to those in Asia. 

Read more about studying in Asia.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

 

1. Schedule Daily Time to Write
The fact that your boss expects you to be at your internship everyday provides meaningful motivation to show up. Unfortunately, the same element of external accountability is missing from the thesis scenario. The unhappy result? It often ends up getting moved aside and pushed back -- ultimately leaving you in a bind when the deadline is suddenly bearing down and you’re weeks behind where you’d hoped to be by now.

The best way to avoid the last minute rush? Rather than letting your thesis become the thing you do when don’t have anything else to do, make it your priority by establishing a regular writing routine. Not only will this help keep you on track, but it can also get your brain in the habit of writing. Like any other form of “exercise,” the more you write, the easier it becomes. In fact, in committing to write every day, you’re likely to experience all new levels of productivity.

 

2. Prioritize Your Productivity
Do you work best in the earlier hours of the morning while it’s still dark outside? Or perhaps you thrive in the wee hours after everyone else has gone to bed? Do you find working in a coffee shop surrounded by hordes of other people invigorating, or do you need a more solitary environment in order to concentrate?

Not everyone finds inspiration in the same environment. Understanding where you find yours is extremely beneficial when it comes to promoting peak productivity. After all, making time to write is only part of the “big picture.” Also critical? Maximizing that time.

 

3. Keep Your Employer In the Loop
One of the good things about internships is that they’re often designed to accommodate student schedules. In most cases, your employer will be more than happy to work with you to come up with a mutually agreeable work schedule which allows ample time for thesis writing, as well. If you end up in a position where you need to cut back on your internship hours to devote extra time to work on your thesis, open lines of communication are key. Just be upfront in expressing your needs from the start in order to avoid confusion and/or bad feelings in the future.

One additional thing to keep in mind? If you’re planning on continuing to work for your current employer after you graduate, the completion of your thesis -- particularly if it’s germane to the work you’re doing -- can add to your marketability.

 

4. Accept Multitasking as a Myth
While much has been made of the benefits of multitasking, a growing body of research not only suggests that doing multiple things at once may not only be all it’s cracked up to be, but may actually lead to decreased productivity.

A recent study from McGill University indicates that in constantly shifting from one task to the next, the body uses up its oxygenated glucose stores -- the very same fuel which would otherwise be used to focus. Concludes researcher and professor of behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin, “That switching comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.”

While multitasking may no longer be of use to you, something else can be: Scheduling regular 15-minute breaks. Stepping away from your work -- whether during your internship or while writing your thesis -- can actually help you be more productive, but only if you let your mind truly wander. Just don’t let it wander over to the internet, however, as research also shows that online distractions can be particularly destructive. The takeaway? In order to make the very best of your time, stop checking your social media and shut off all of your automatic notifications.

While it’s easy to think of your internship and master’s thesis as warring entities, the fact is the two can be surprisingly symbiotic. Rather than focusing on how they’re working against each other, shift your mindset to acknowledge what they can help you accomplish together.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

 

1. Schedule Daily Time to Write
The fact that your boss expects you to be at your internship everyday provides meaningful motivation to show up. Unfortunately, the same element of external accountability is missing from the thesis scenario. The unhappy result? It often ends up getting moved aside and pushed back -- ultimately leaving you in a bind when the deadline is suddenly bearing down and you’re weeks behind where you’d hoped to be by now.

The best way to avoid the last minute rush? Rather than letting your thesis become the thing you do when don’t have anything else to do, make it your priority by establishing a regular writing routine. Not only will this help keep you on track, but it can also get your brain in the habit of writing. Like any other form of “exercise,” the more you write, the easier it becomes. In fact, in committing to write every day, you’re likely to experience all new levels of productivity.

 

2. Prioritize Your Productivity
Do you work best in the earlier hours of the morning while it’s still dark outside? Or perhaps you thrive in the wee hours after everyone else has gone to bed? Do you find working in a coffee shop surrounded by hordes of other people invigorating, or do you need a more solitary environment in order to concentrate?

Not everyone finds inspiration in the same environment. Understanding where you find yours is extremely beneficial when it comes to promoting peak productivity. After all, making time to write is only part of the “big picture.” Also critical? Maximizing that time.

 

3. Keep Your Employer In the Loop
One of the good things about internships is that they’re often designed to accommodate student schedules. In most cases, your employer will be more than happy to work with you to come up with a mutually agreeable work schedule which allows ample time for thesis writing, as well. If you end up in a position where you need to cut back on your internship hours to devote extra time to work on your thesis, open lines of communication are key. Just be upfront in expressing your needs from the start in order to avoid confusion and/or bad feelings in the future.

One additional thing to keep in mind? If you’re planning on continuing to work for your current employer after you graduate, the completion of your thesis -- particularly if it’s germane to the work you’re doing -- can add to your marketability.

 

4. Accept Multitasking as a Myth
While much has been made of the benefits of multitasking, a growing body of research not only suggests that doing multiple things at once may not only be all it’s cracked up to be, but may actually lead to decreased productivity.

A recent study from McGill University indicates that in constantly shifting from one task to the next, the body uses up its oxygenated glucose stores -- the very same fuel which would otherwise be used to focus. Concludes researcher and professor of behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin, “That switching comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.”

While multitasking may no longer be of use to you, something else can be: Scheduling regular 15-minute breaks. Stepping away from your work -- whether during your internship or while writing your thesis -- can actually help you be more productive, but only if you let your mind truly wander. Just don’t let it wander over to the internet, however, as research also shows that online distractions can be particularly destructive. The takeaway? In order to make the very best of your time, stop checking your social media and shut off all of your automatic notifications.

While it’s easy to think of your internship and master’s thesis as warring entities, the fact is the two can be surprisingly symbiotic. Rather than focusing on how they’re working against each other, shift your mindset to acknowledge what they can help you accomplish together.

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

 

1. Natural Beauty

The entire country of Finland, barring a few islands of its southernmost coast, is located above the 60th parallel. Finland's geographic location, as well as its stunning landscape, makes it an ideal location for students wanting to study and explore.  Head north in the summer when the sun doesn't set and hike around any of Finland's 168,000 lakes. In the winter, Finland turns into a winter wonderland with cross country ski trails through Helsinki's central park and northern lights that dance across the sky.

 

2. Vibrant International Community

Finland has a small population (just under 5.5 million people), but the country has a diverse international community, and international students will find a warm welcome. The University of Helsinki, along with the rest of the country, has worked to establish an “attractive and internationally competitive” profile and international students have a strong network of support.

 

3. Strong Local Culture

Finnish people may seem very reserved, but once you get to know them, you'll find a warm, friendly population and cities full of life. Finns drink more coffee than any other people on earth (around 12kg per person per year!) and the capital city of Helsinki is “full of cafes, culture and clubs.” Spend your weekends browsing flea markets and art galleries, and check out the city's dynamic music scene featuring everything from classic operas to a rock culture that makes Finland a leader in yet another area – heavy metal bands!

 

4. World-Class Education

You can hardly open the news without hearing about Finland's marvelous education system, but the country deserves its reputation. Finland repeatedly ranks in the top five for PISA scores, Finns borrow more library books than any other country in the world, and in the “latest Shanghai ranking, [the University of Helsinki was] #56.” The university is working its way to the top of the ranking and employs instructors who are also esteemed researchers, making it a smart choice for ambitious international students. 

 

5. Safety

Apart from the occasional bear, the streets of Helsinki are relatively safe. The capital of Finland is the second safest city in the world and has been named the most livable city in the world. Outside the city crime rates are remarkably low, and the greatest risk to public safety comes from the wildlife – watch out for moose on the highways!

 

6. Everyone Speaks English

Finland's well-educated population is also extremely fluent in English. Last year, the country ranked #4 in the Education First English Proficiency Index, and Finland's universities offer around 450 programs in English. While international students are encouraged to learn Finnish during their studies, students at the University of Helsinki have access to courses at different levels in English.

 

7. Modern Research Universities

Finland's high educational standards are just one of the ways that this forward-thinking country works to make the world and the future a better place. Finland leads the world in futurology, and its universities are central to the country's efforts. Students can join the Helsinki Challenge, “a science based competition and idea accelerator,” that aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and build a better future. 

 

8. Ideal Location

Finland holds a unique place between east and west and the capital, Helsinki, is only a few hours from Russia and Estonia by train and ferry. The country also has strong ties with Scandinavia and many Finns speak Swedish as fluently as they do Finnish. And with ferries connecting Helsinki and Stockholm, Finland serves as a perfect jumping-off point for the rest of Europe as well.

 

9. Well-Connected

It's easy to travel from Finland to nearby Scandinavian or northern and eastern Europe, but the country's main carrier – Finnair – is setting its sights a bit further afield. The country's location makes it well-placed for flights to and from Asia, and the Finnish airline has already launched plans to increase Asian traffic by 2020. Finnair was the first European airline to offer non-stop flights to Tokyo, and the airline currently offers 77 non-stop flights to Asia from Helsinki every week. This is great news for international students from Asia, or for students who want to use their holidays to explore the world.

 

10. The Saunas!

And, if world-class education, low crime rates, stunning natural beauty, and easy travel access isn't enough, then Finland has one more ace up its sleeve. Finland may not have exclusive claim to the sauna, but no other country in the world knows how to steam the way that Finland does. With more than three million saunas, Finland tops the charts for saunas per capita, and even tiny student flats are likely to feature at least one.

Want to see what else Finland has to offer? Check out the University of Helsinki’s new roster of International Master’s Degree Programs that will launch next year. Courses will be available in English, Swedish, or Finnish and students can choose from thirty-four degrees ranging from European and Nordic Studies to Forest Sciences and Bioeconomy. Read more about the University of Helsinki here.

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

 

1. Natural Beauty

The entire country of Finland, barring a few islands of its southernmost coast, is located above the 60th parallel. Finland's geographic location, as well as its stunning landscape, makes it an ideal location for students wanting to study and explore.  Head north in the summer when the sun doesn't set and hike around any of Finland's 168,000 lakes. In the winter, Finland turns into a winter wonderland with cross country ski trails through Helsinki's central park and northern lights that dance across the sky.

 

2. Vibrant International Community

Finland has a small population (just under 5.5 million people), but the country has a diverse international community, and international students will find a warm welcome. The University of Helsinki, along with the rest of the country, has worked to establish an “attractive and internationally competitive” profile and international students have a strong network of support.

 

3. Strong Local Culture

Finnish people may seem very reserved, but once you get to know them, you'll find a warm, friendly population and cities full of life. Finns drink more coffee than any other people on earth (around 12kg per person per year!) and the capital city of Helsinki is “full of cafes, culture and clubs.” Spend your weekends browsing flea markets and art galleries, and check out the city's dynamic music scene featuring everything from classic operas to a rock culture that makes Finland a leader in yet another area – heavy metal bands!

 

4. World-Class Education

You can hardly open the news without hearing about Finland's marvelous education system, but the country deserves its reputation. Finland repeatedly ranks in the top five for PISA scores, Finns borrow more library books than any other country in the world, and in the “latest Shanghai ranking, [the University of Helsinki was] #56.” The university is working its way to the top of the ranking and employs instructors who are also esteemed researchers, making it a smart choice for ambitious international students. 

 

5. Safety

Apart from the occasional bear, the streets of Helsinki are relatively safe. The capital of Finland is the second safest city in the world and has been named the most livable city in the world. Outside the city crime rates are remarkably low, and the greatest risk to public safety comes from the wildlife – watch out for moose on the highways!

 

6. Everyone Speaks English

Finland's well-educated population is also extremely fluent in English. Last year, the country ranked #4 in the Education First English Proficiency Index, and Finland's universities offer around 450 programs in English. While international students are encouraged to learn Finnish during their studies, students at the University of Helsinki have access to courses at different levels in English.

 

7. Modern Research Universities

Finland's high educational standards are just one of the ways that this forward-thinking country works to make the world and the future a better place. Finland leads the world in futurology, and its universities are central to the country's efforts. Students can join the Helsinki Challenge, “a science based competition and idea accelerator,” that aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and build a better future. 

 

8. Ideal Location

Finland holds a unique place between east and west and the capital, Helsinki, is only a few hours from Russia and Estonia by train and ferry. The country also has strong ties with Scandinavia and many Finns speak Swedish as fluently as they do Finnish. And with ferries connecting Helsinki and Stockholm, Finland serves as a perfect jumping-off point for the rest of Europe as well.

 

9. Well-Connected

It's easy to travel from Finland to nearby Scandinavian or northern and eastern Europe, but the country's main carrier – Finnair – is setting its sights a bit further afield. The country's location makes it well-placed for flights to and from Asia, and the Finnish airline has already launched plans to increase Asian traffic by 2020. Finnair was the first European airline to offer non-stop flights to Tokyo, and the airline currently offers 77 non-stop flights to Asia from Helsinki every week. This is great news for international students from Asia, or for students who want to use their holidays to explore the world.

 

10. The Saunas!

And, if world-class education, low crime rates, stunning natural beauty, and easy travel access isn't enough, then Finland has one more ace up its sleeve. Finland may not have exclusive claim to the sauna, but no other country in the world knows how to steam the way that Finland does. With more than three million saunas, Finland tops the charts for saunas per capita, and even tiny student flats are likely to feature at least one.

Want to see what else Finland has to offer? Check out the University of Helsinki’s new roster of International Master’s Degree Programs that will launch next year. Courses will be available in English, Swedish, or Finnish and students can choose from thirty-four degrees ranging from European and Nordic Studies to Forest Sciences and Bioeconomy. Read more about the University of Helsinki here.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

 

1. Convey Your Expertise
Graduate students are training to be experts in their field. This expertise should be exemplified by your writing. Your language should be direct, confident and authoritative in order to foster a sense of trust with your readers.

Other ways to assemble a cogent argument? Avoid first person tense whenever possible; employ transition words and phrases; and pay attention to sentence structure. Two true hallmarks of graduate level writing? Clarity and control.

 

2. Make Writing Routine
We’ve all heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” This is no more true than when it comes to graduate level writing. Making time to write regularly will not only help you develop critical thinking and writing skills, but can also be an invaluable confidence booster.

Establishing a writing routine is particularly beneficial when it comes to working on your thesis. Many graduate students wait too long to start writing and end up rushing through the process. This can lead to everything from an underdeveloped argument to lack of proper formatting. Avoid this pitfall by setting a schedule for writing as you go...and by committing to stick with it.

 

3. Know Your Reader
Any piece of writing should keep one overarching question in mind: Who is the audience and why are they reading your writing? In addition to clearly presenting your ideas, keep in mind that your thesis is an original contribution to your particular discipline. Make sure your reader knows what to expect by including “signposts” -- such as a table of contents, abstract, introductory paragraphs, etc. -- along the way to help guide your reader. Each sentence should relate in some way to your overall argument.

 

4. Seek Feedback
While graduate level writing is largely an individual effort, there’s plenty of help to be found if you know where to look. For starters, your advisor can be an amazing resource when it comes to “big picture” issues, such as selecting a topic and refining your thesis. In addition to helping identify your paper’s strengths, your advisor can also help suss out your weaknesses thereby preventing you from venturing too far in the wrong direction.

Your fellow grad students, meanwhile, can offer editing and proofreading assistance. And while finding someone in your field can be particularly useful -- especially if you’re writing about a complex or scientific subject -- friends and family members can also offer a helpful second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes.

 

5. Embrace the Revision Process
No piece of writing gets it perfect the first time. In fact, research and writing go hand in hand with revision, but many writers still get tripped up by setting impossible expectations for themselves. The best way to avoid this trap? Make revision part of your mindset.

Also, keep in mind that revision is much more than merely proofreading for mistakes. Rather, it’s an act of complete “re-seeing.” While this often involves expanding on key concepts, it sometimes means letting go of good material if it doesn’t make an essential contribution to your writing. We can all learn from William Faulkner, who once spoke of the need to, “Kill all your darlings.”

 

6. Learn from the Best
One of the best ways to get a better sense of what your writing should look like? Immersing yourself in published work from experts in your field. Visit your school library to read top journals in your discipline, noting writers and writing techniques you most admire. Reading dissertations in your particular area can also help you familiarize yourself with the corpus of research while gaining a better sense of the language used to describe varying concepts.

You’ve already proved your mettle by getting into graduate school, but that’s just the start. These six tips can help you take your writing to the next level. The best part? Writing is a transferrable skill. In other words, you can continue to call on these skills to be a better writer, thinker and communicator throughout your professional and personal life.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

 

1. Convey Your Expertise
Graduate students are training to be experts in their field. This expertise should be exemplified by your writing. Your language should be direct, confident and authoritative in order to foster a sense of trust with your readers.

Other ways to assemble a cogent argument? Avoid first person tense whenever possible; employ transition words and phrases; and pay attention to sentence structure. Two true hallmarks of graduate level writing? Clarity and control.

 

2. Make Writing Routine
We’ve all heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” This is no more true than when it comes to graduate level writing. Making time to write regularly will not only help you develop critical thinking and writing skills, but can also be an invaluable confidence booster.

Establishing a writing routine is particularly beneficial when it comes to working on your thesis. Many graduate students wait too long to start writing and end up rushing through the process. This can lead to everything from an underdeveloped argument to lack of proper formatting. Avoid this pitfall by setting a schedule for writing as you go...and by committing to stick with it.

 

3. Know Your Reader
Any piece of writing should keep one overarching question in mind: Who is the audience and why are they reading your writing? In addition to clearly presenting your ideas, keep in mind that your thesis is an original contribution to your particular discipline. Make sure your reader knows what to expect by including “signposts” -- such as a table of contents, abstract, introductory paragraphs, etc. -- along the way to help guide your reader. Each sentence should relate in some way to your overall argument.

 

4. Seek Feedback
While graduate level writing is largely an individual effort, there’s plenty of help to be found if you know where to look. For starters, your advisor can be an amazing resource when it comes to “big picture” issues, such as selecting a topic and refining your thesis. In addition to helping identify your paper’s strengths, your advisor can also help suss out your weaknesses thereby preventing you from venturing too far in the wrong direction.

Your fellow grad students, meanwhile, can offer editing and proofreading assistance. And while finding someone in your field can be particularly useful -- especially if you’re writing about a complex or scientific subject -- friends and family members can also offer a helpful second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes.

 

5. Embrace the Revision Process
No piece of writing gets it perfect the first time. In fact, research and writing go hand in hand with revision, but many writers still get tripped up by setting impossible expectations for themselves. The best way to avoid this trap? Make revision part of your mindset.

Also, keep in mind that revision is much more than merely proofreading for mistakes. Rather, it’s an act of complete “re-seeing.” While this often involves expanding on key concepts, it sometimes means letting go of good material if it doesn’t make an essential contribution to your writing. We can all learn from William Faulkner, who once spoke of the need to, “Kill all your darlings.”

 

6. Learn from the Best
One of the best ways to get a better sense of what your writing should look like? Immersing yourself in published work from experts in your field. Visit your school library to read top journals in your discipline, noting writers and writing techniques you most admire. Reading dissertations in your particular area can also help you familiarize yourself with the corpus of research while gaining a better sense of the language used to describe varying concepts.

You’ve already proved your mettle by getting into graduate school, but that’s just the start. These six tips can help you take your writing to the next level. The best part? Writing is a transferrable skill. In other words, you can continue to call on these skills to be a better writer, thinker and communicator throughout your professional and personal life.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

A Move Toward Mobility

Of the more than 1,200 Ukrainians between the ages of 16 to 35 surveyed and reported on in “Hopes, Fears and Dreams: The Views of Ukraine’s Next Generation,” many were optimistic: A full 41 percent expressed belief in a bright future.

One widely perceived path to that bright future, according to the online survey? International higher education offerings. More than half of respondents (56 percent) expressed the desire to study abroad, with the UK, USA, Germany, Poland and Canada topping their lists of preferred destinations.

Roughly half of Ukrainian students who aspire to study abroad are motivated by the desire to learn fluent English. Higher quality of education (47 percent);  job prospects abroad (44 percent); job prospects in their home country (39 percent) and less corruption (31 percent) rounded out the top five reasons drawing Ukrainians to international study opportunities. 

Supporting Ukrainian Interest

According to figures from UNESCO, just under 40,000 Ukrainian students were enrolled in international higher education programs in 2014. Given increasing evidence of demand, the British Council has identified Ukraine as a ripe area for recruitment while also calling for other measures aimed at supporting the internationalization of higher education in Ukraine while strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and their universities.

And while the challenges ahead are significant -- young Ukrainians cite lack of money and limited English skills as major barriers to international education -- so are the opportunities. Says the British Council, “The young people surveyed for this report will provide the engine for Ukraine’s prosperity and stability and are the cohort from which the future influencers and leaders of Ukraine will be drawn…the ‘next generation’ is increasingly becoming the ‘now generation’.”

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

A Move Toward Mobility

Of the more than 1,200 Ukrainians between the ages of 16 to 35 surveyed and reported on in “Hopes, Fears and Dreams: The Views of Ukraine’s Next Generation,” many were optimistic: A full 41 percent expressed belief in a bright future.

One widely perceived path to that bright future, according to the online survey? International higher education offerings. More than half of respondents (56 percent) expressed the desire to study abroad, with the UK, USA, Germany, Poland and Canada topping their lists of preferred destinations.

Roughly half of Ukrainian students who aspire to study abroad are motivated by the desire to learn fluent English. Higher quality of education (47 percent);  job prospects abroad (44 percent); job prospects in their home country (39 percent) and less corruption (31 percent) rounded out the top five reasons drawing Ukrainians to international study opportunities. 

Supporting Ukrainian Interest

According to figures from UNESCO, just under 40,000 Ukrainian students were enrolled in international higher education programs in 2014. Given increasing evidence of demand, the British Council has identified Ukraine as a ripe area for recruitment while also calling for other measures aimed at supporting the internationalization of higher education in Ukraine while strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and their universities.

And while the challenges ahead are significant -- young Ukrainians cite lack of money and limited English skills as major barriers to international education -- so are the opportunities. Says the British Council, “The young people surveyed for this report will provide the engine for Ukraine’s prosperity and stability and are the cohort from which the future influencers and leaders of Ukraine will be drawn…the ‘next generation’ is increasingly becoming the ‘now generation’.”

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

Understanding Erasmus
Launched in 1987, Erasmus -- now Erasmus Plus -- has changed the face of mobility in Europe. Through the program, EU students can choose to study in one of 30-plus European countries completely free for up to a year.

Many of the Erasmus’s beneficiaries have included students and faculty from the UK. In fact, just last year approximately 15,500 UK students and 7,000 UK staff studied abroad thanks to EU funding from Erasmus. But will their continued participation be part of the Brexit negotiations, or will they be shut out?

Why Erasmus Matters
According to Erasmus director Ruth Sinclair-Jones as reported by The Guardian, “We do really want there to be prioritisation on the Erasmus Plus because it is important – it has a direct impact on the students and the economy….It is hugely popular in the UK and the results of surveys demonstrate the benefits. Students really shine through, their maturity and self-confidence is stronger. Their academic results are higher, there is lower unemployment and higher wages five years on.”

Also on board with safeguarding Erasmus? Alumni Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, who implored students to consider the benefits of EU membership -- with continued participation in Erasmus as a featured point -- before the vote took place.

“As a student in Belgium and France,” Johnson penned in a missive published in The Guardian, “I was able to brush up on my language skills and experience life in another country. I want everyone to have that chance.”

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

Understanding Erasmus
Launched in 1987, Erasmus -- now Erasmus Plus -- has changed the face of mobility in Europe. Through the program, EU students can choose to study in one of 30-plus European countries completely free for up to a year.

Many of the Erasmus’s beneficiaries have included students and faculty from the UK. In fact, just last year approximately 15,500 UK students and 7,000 UK staff studied abroad thanks to EU funding from Erasmus. But will their continued participation be part of the Brexit negotiations, or will they be shut out?

Why Erasmus Matters
According to Erasmus director Ruth Sinclair-Jones as reported by The Guardian, “We do really want there to be prioritisation on the Erasmus Plus because it is important – it has a direct impact on the students and the economy….It is hugely popular in the UK and the results of surveys demonstrate the benefits. Students really shine through, their maturity and self-confidence is stronger. Their academic results are higher, there is lower unemployment and higher wages five years on.”

Also on board with safeguarding Erasmus? Alumni Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, who implored students to consider the benefits of EU membership -- with continued participation in Erasmus as a featured point -- before the vote took place.

“As a student in Belgium and France,” Johnson penned in a missive published in The Guardian, “I was able to brush up on my language skills and experience life in another country. I want everyone to have that chance.”

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Japan and South Korea top a recently published Reuters ranking of Asia's most innovative universities.  The rankings measure the numbers of patent applications, the frequency of research citations, and industry co-authors, among other criteria.  Here's a closer look.



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Japan and South Korea have the most innovative universities in Asia, according to a Reuters report released this August.  The report ranks the top 75 universities on the continent and includes universities from Singapore, China, New Zealand, Australia, India, and Malaysia, in addition to Japan and South Korea.  Of the top 20 universities, 17 are in Japan and South Korea.  South Korea also has among some of the highest research and development spending in the world (4% of GDP), due to a recent, significant policy shift that pushes innovation at its universities.

Focus on Patents

How did Reuters measure innovation?  They based their rankings on those institutions that do the most to “advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy.”  The report also weighted the numbers of patent applications and successes.  Universities that filed 50 or more patent applications between 2009 and 2014, and that were frequently cited by others made the list.  Other criteria?  The frequency of citations[G2] , and the percentage of articles that had an industry co-author. According to Reuters, the universities in Japan and South Korea filed, on average, more than double the number of patent applications than those in other ranked countries.

Good News

Don’t judge innovation on the Reuters report alone, however.  There’s good news for those universities in Asia that didn’t make the list.  Reuters commented, “Of course, just because a country doesn’t have any schools in the Reuters Top 75 doesn’t mean their universities aren’t doing important research.  Since the ranking measures innovation on an institutional level, it may overlook particularly innovative departments or programmes."

Check out the Global Innovation Index 2016, published by the UN Intellectual Property Organization[G5]  to learn more about global innovation at universities around the world, in addition to those in Asia. 

Read more about studying in Asia.

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Japan and South Korea top a recently published Reuters ranking of Asia's most innovative universities.  The rankings measure the numbers of patent applications, the frequency of research citations, and industry co-authors, among other criteria.  Here's a closer look.



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Japan and South Korea top a recently published Reuters ranking of Asia's most innovative universities.  The rankings measure the numbers of patent applications, the frequency of research citations, and industry co-authors, among other criteria.  Here's a closer look.



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Japan and South Korea have the most innovative universities in Asia, according to a Reuters report released this August.  The report ranks the top 75 universities on the continent and includes universities from Singapore, China, New Zealand, Australia, India, and Malaysia, in addition to Japan and South Korea.  Of the top 20 universities, 17 are in Japan and South Korea.  South Korea also has among some of the highest research and development spending in the world (4% of GDP), due to a recent, significant policy shift that pushes innovation at its universities.

Focus on Patents

How did Reuters measure innovation?  They based their rankings on those institutions that do the most to “advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy.”  The report also weighted the numbers of patent applications and successes.  Universities that filed 50 or more patent applications between 2009 and 2014, and that were frequently cited by others made the list.  Other criteria?  The frequency of citations[G2] , and the percentage of articles that had an industry co-author. According to Reuters, the universities in Japan and South Korea filed, on average, more than double the number of patent applications than those in other ranked countries.

Good News

Don’t judge innovation on the Reuters report alone, however.  There’s good news for those universities in Asia that didn’t make the list.  Reuters commented, “Of course, just because a country doesn’t have any schools in the Reuters Top 75 doesn’t mean their universities aren’t doing important research.  Since the ranking measures innovation on an institutional level, it may overlook particularly innovative departments or programmes."

Check out the Global Innovation Index 2016, published by the UN Intellectual Property Organization[G5]  to learn more about global innovation at universities around the world, in addition to those in Asia. 

Read more about studying in Asia.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

 

1. Schedule Daily Time to Write
The fact that your boss expects you to be at your internship everyday provides meaningful motivation to show up. Unfortunately, the same element of external accountability is missing from the thesis scenario. The unhappy result? It often ends up getting moved aside and pushed back -- ultimately leaving you in a bind when the deadline is suddenly bearing down and you’re weeks behind where you’d hoped to be by now.

The best way to avoid the last minute rush? Rather than letting your thesis become the thing you do when don’t have anything else to do, make it your priority by establishing a regular writing routine. Not only will this help keep you on track, but it can also get your brain in the habit of writing. Like any other form of “exercise,” the more you write, the easier it becomes. In fact, in committing to write every day, you’re likely to experience all new levels of productivity.

 

2. Prioritize Your Productivity
Do you work best in the earlier hours of the morning while it’s still dark outside? Or perhaps you thrive in the wee hours after everyone else has gone to bed? Do you find working in a coffee shop surrounded by hordes of other people invigorating, or do you need a more solitary environment in order to concentrate?

Not everyone finds inspiration in the same environment. Understanding where you find yours is extremely beneficial when it comes to promoting peak productivity. After all, making time to write is only part of the “big picture.” Also critical? Maximizing that time.

 

3. Keep Your Employer In the Loop
One of the good things about internships is that they’re often designed to accommodate student schedules. In most cases, your employer will be more than happy to work with you to come up with a mutually agreeable work schedule which allows ample time for thesis writing, as well. If you end up in a position where you need to cut back on your internship hours to devote extra time to work on your thesis, open lines of communication are key. Just be upfront in expressing your needs from the start in order to avoid confusion and/or bad feelings in the future.

One additional thing to keep in mind? If you’re planning on continuing to work for your current employer after you graduate, the completion of your thesis -- particularly if it’s germane to the work you’re doing -- can add to your marketability.

 

4. Accept Multitasking as a Myth
While much has been made of the benefits of multitasking, a growing body of research not only suggests that doing multiple things at once may not only be all it’s cracked up to be, but may actually lead to decreased productivity.

A recent study from McGill University indicates that in constantly shifting from one task to the next, the body uses up its oxygenated glucose stores -- the very same fuel which would otherwise be used to focus. Concludes researcher and professor of behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin, “That switching comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.”

While multitasking may no longer be of use to you, something else can be: Scheduling regular 15-minute breaks. Stepping away from your work -- whether during your internship or while writing your thesis -- can actually help you be more productive, but only if you let your mind truly wander. Just don’t let it wander over to the internet, however, as research also shows that online distractions can be particularly destructive. The takeaway? In order to make the very best of your time, stop checking your social media and shut off all of your automatic notifications.

While it’s easy to think of your internship and master’s thesis as warring entities, the fact is the two can be surprisingly symbiotic. Rather than focusing on how they’re working against each other, shift your mindset to acknowledge what they can help you accomplish together.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

 

1. Schedule Daily Time to Write
The fact that your boss expects you to be at your internship everyday provides meaningful motivation to show up. Unfortunately, the same element of external accountability is missing from the thesis scenario. The unhappy result? It often ends up getting moved aside and pushed back -- ultimately leaving you in a bind when the deadline is suddenly bearing down and you’re weeks behind where you’d hoped to be by now.

The best way to avoid the last minute rush? Rather than letting your thesis become the thing you do when don’t have anything else to do, make it your priority by establishing a regular writing routine. Not only will this help keep you on track, but it can also get your brain in the habit of writing. Like any other form of “exercise,” the more you write, the easier it becomes. In fact, in committing to write every day, you’re likely to experience all new levels of productivity.

 

2. Prioritize Your Productivity
Do you work best in the earlier hours of the morning while it’s still dark outside? Or perhaps you thrive in the wee hours after everyone else has gone to bed? Do you find working in a coffee shop surrounded by hordes of other people invigorating, or do you need a more solitary environment in order to concentrate?

Not everyone finds inspiration in the same environment. Understanding where you find yours is extremely beneficial when it comes to promoting peak productivity. After all, making time to write is only part of the “big picture.” Also critical? Maximizing that time.

 

3. Keep Your Employer In the Loop
One of the good things about internships is that they’re often designed to accommodate student schedules. In most cases, your employer will be more than happy to work with you to come up with a mutually agreeable work schedule which allows ample time for thesis writing, as well. If you end up in a position where you need to cut back on your internship hours to devote extra time to work on your thesis, open lines of communication are key. Just be upfront in expressing your needs from the start in order to avoid confusion and/or bad feelings in the future.

One additional thing to keep in mind? If you’re planning on continuing to work for your current employer after you graduate, the completion of your thesis -- particularly if it’s germane to the work you’re doing -- can add to your marketability.

 

4. Accept Multitasking as a Myth
While much has been made of the benefits of multitasking, a growing body of research not only suggests that doing multiple things at once may not only be all it’s cracked up to be, but may actually lead to decreased productivity.

A recent study from McGill University indicates that in constantly shifting from one task to the next, the body uses up its oxygenated glucose stores -- the very same fuel which would otherwise be used to focus. Concludes researcher and professor of behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin, “That switching comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.”

While multitasking may no longer be of use to you, something else can be: Scheduling regular 15-minute breaks. Stepping away from your work -- whether during your internship or while writing your thesis -- can actually help you be more productive, but only if you let your mind truly wander. Just don’t let it wander over to the internet, however, as research also shows that online distractions can be particularly destructive. The takeaway? In order to make the very best of your time, stop checking your social media and shut off all of your automatic notifications.

While it’s easy to think of your internship and master’s thesis as warring entities, the fact is the two can be surprisingly symbiotic. Rather than focusing on how they’re working against each other, shift your mindset to acknowledge what they can help you accomplish together.

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

 

1. Natural Beauty

The entire country of Finland, barring a few islands of its southernmost coast, is located above the 60th parallel. Finland's geographic location, as well as its stunning landscape, makes it an ideal location for students wanting to study and explore.  Head north in the summer when the sun doesn't set and hike around any of Finland's 168,000 lakes. In the winter, Finland turns into a winter wonderland with cross country ski trails through Helsinki's central park and northern lights that dance across the sky.

 

2. Vibrant International Community

Finland has a small population (just under 5.5 million people), but the country has a diverse international community, and international students will find a warm welcome. The University of Helsinki, along with the rest of the country, has worked to establish an “attractive and internationally competitive” profile and international students have a strong network of support.

 

3. Strong Local Culture

Finnish people may seem very reserved, but once you get to know them, you'll find a warm, friendly population and cities full of life. Finns drink more coffee than any other people on earth (around 12kg per person per year!) and the capital city of Helsinki is “full of cafes, culture and clubs.” Spend your weekends browsing flea markets and art galleries, and check out the city's dynamic music scene featuring everything from classic operas to a rock culture that makes Finland a leader in yet another area – heavy metal bands!

 

4. World-Class Education

You can hardly open the news without hearing about Finland's marvelous education system, but the country deserves its reputation. Finland repeatedly ranks in the top five for PISA scores, Finns borrow more library books than any other country in the world, and in the “latest Shanghai ranking, [the University of Helsinki was] #56.” The university is working its way to the top of the ranking and employs instructors who are also esteemed researchers, making it a smart choice for ambitious international students. 

 

5. Safety

Apart from the occasional bear, the streets of Helsinki are relatively safe. The capital of Finland is the second safest city in the world and has been named the most livable city in the world. Outside the city crime rates are remarkably low, and the greatest risk to public safety comes from the wildlife – watch out for moose on the highways!

 

6. Everyone Speaks English

Finland's well-educated population is also extremely fluent in English. Last year, the country ranked #4 in the Education First English Proficiency Index, and Finland's universities offer around 450 programs in English. While international students are encouraged to learn Finnish during their studies, students at the University of Helsinki have access to courses at different levels in English.

 

7. Modern Research Universities

Finland's high educational standards are just one of the ways that this forward-thinking country works to make the world and the future a better place. Finland leads the world in futurology, and its universities are central to the country's efforts. Students can join the Helsinki Challenge, “a science based competition and idea accelerator,” that aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and build a better future. 

 

8. Ideal Location

Finland holds a unique place between east and west and the capital, Helsinki, is only a few hours from Russia and Estonia by train and ferry. The country also has strong ties with Scandinavia and many Finns speak Swedish as fluently as they do Finnish. And with ferries connecting Helsinki and Stockholm, Finland serves as a perfect jumping-off point for the rest of Europe as well.

 

9. Well-Connected

It's easy to travel from Finland to nearby Scandinavian or northern and eastern Europe, but the country's main carrier – Finnair – is setting its sights a bit further afield. The country's location makes it well-placed for flights to and from Asia, and the Finnish airline has already launched plans to increase Asian traffic by 2020. Finnair was the first European airline to offer non-stop flights to Tokyo, and the airline currently offers 77 non-stop flights to Asia from Helsinki every week. This is great news for international students from Asia, or for students who want to use their holidays to explore the world.

 

10. The Saunas!

And, if world-class education, low crime rates, stunning natural beauty, and easy travel access isn't enough, then Finland has one more ace up its sleeve. Finland may not have exclusive claim to the sauna, but no other country in the world knows how to steam the way that Finland does. With more than three million saunas, Finland tops the charts for saunas per capita, and even tiny student flats are likely to feature at least one.

Want to see what else Finland has to offer? Check out the University of Helsinki’s new roster of International Master’s Degree Programs that will launch next year. Courses will be available in English, Swedish, or Finnish and students can choose from thirty-four degrees ranging from European and Nordic Studies to Forest Sciences and Bioeconomy. Read more about the University of Helsinki here.

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

 

1. Natural Beauty

The entire country of Finland, barring a few islands of its southernmost coast, is located above the 60th parallel. Finland's geographic location, as well as its stunning landscape, makes it an ideal location for students wanting to study and explore.  Head north in the summer when the sun doesn't set and hike around any of Finland's 168,000 lakes. In the winter, Finland turns into a winter wonderland with cross country ski trails through Helsinki's central park and northern lights that dance across the sky.

 

2. Vibrant International Community

Finland has a small population (just under 5.5 million people), but the country has a diverse international community, and international students will find a warm welcome. The University of Helsinki, along with the rest of the country, has worked to establish an “attractive and internationally competitive” profile and international students have a strong network of support.

 

3. Strong Local Culture

Finnish people may seem very reserved, but once you get to know them, you'll find a warm, friendly population and cities full of life. Finns drink more coffee than any other people on earth (around 12kg per person per year!) and the capital city of Helsinki is “full of cafes, culture and clubs.” Spend your weekends browsing flea markets and art galleries, and check out the city's dynamic music scene featuring everything from classic operas to a rock culture that makes Finland a leader in yet another area – heavy metal bands!

 

4. World-Class Education

You can hardly open the news without hearing about Finland's marvelous education system, but the country deserves its reputation. Finland repeatedly ranks in the top five for PISA scores, Finns borrow more library books than any other country in the world, and in the “latest Shanghai ranking, [the University of Helsinki was] #56.” The university is working its way to the top of the ranking and employs instructors who are also esteemed researchers, making it a smart choice for ambitious international students. 

 

5. Safety

Apart from the occasional bear, the streets of Helsinki are relatively safe. The capital of Finland is the second safest city in the world and has been named the most livable city in the world. Outside the city crime rates are remarkably low, and the greatest risk to public safety comes from the wildlife – watch out for moose on the highways!

 

6. Everyone Speaks English

Finland's well-educated population is also extremely fluent in English. Last year, the country ranked #4 in the Education First English Proficiency Index, and Finland's universities offer around 450 programs in English. While international students are encouraged to learn Finnish during their studies, students at the University of Helsinki have access to courses at different levels in English.

 

7. Modern Research Universities

Finland's high educational standards are just one of the ways that this forward-thinking country works to make the world and the future a better place. Finland leads the world in futurology, and its universities are central to the country's efforts. Students can join the Helsinki Challenge, “a science based competition and idea accelerator,” that aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and build a better future. 

 

8. Ideal Location

Finland holds a unique place between east and west and the capital, Helsinki, is only a few hours from Russia and Estonia by train and ferry. The country also has strong ties with Scandinavia and many Finns speak Swedish as fluently as they do Finnish. And with ferries connecting Helsinki and Stockholm, Finland serves as a perfect jumping-off point for the rest of Europe as well.

 

9. Well-Connected

It's easy to travel from Finland to nearby Scandinavian or northern and eastern Europe, but the country's main carrier – Finnair – is setting its sights a bit further afield. The country's location makes it well-placed for flights to and from Asia, and the Finnish airline has already launched plans to increase Asian traffic by 2020. Finnair was the first European airline to offer non-stop flights to Tokyo, and the airline currently offers 77 non-stop flights to Asia from Helsinki every week. This is great news for international students from Asia, or for students who want to use their holidays to explore the world.

 

10. The Saunas!

And, if world-class education, low crime rates, stunning natural beauty, and easy travel access isn't enough, then Finland has one more ace up its sleeve. Finland may not have exclusive claim to the sauna, but no other country in the world knows how to steam the way that Finland does. With more than three million saunas, Finland tops the charts for saunas per capita, and even tiny student flats are likely to feature at least one.

Want to see what else Finland has to offer? Check out the University of Helsinki’s new roster of International Master’s Degree Programs that will launch next year. Courses will be available in English, Swedish, or Finnish and students can choose from thirty-four degrees ranging from European and Nordic Studies to Forest Sciences and Bioeconomy. Read more about the University of Helsinki here.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

 

1. Convey Your Expertise
Graduate students are training to be experts in their field. This expertise should be exemplified by your writing. Your language should be direct, confident and authoritative in order to foster a sense of trust with your readers.

Other ways to assemble a cogent argument? Avoid first person tense whenever possible; employ transition words and phrases; and pay attention to sentence structure. Two true hallmarks of graduate level writing? Clarity and control.

 

2. Make Writing Routine
We’ve all heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” This is no more true than when it comes to graduate level writing. Making time to write regularly will not only help you develop critical thinking and writing skills, but can also be an invaluable confidence booster.

Establishing a writing routine is particularly beneficial when it comes to working on your thesis. Many graduate students wait too long to start writing and end up rushing through the process. This can lead to everything from an underdeveloped argument to lack of proper formatting. Avoid this pitfall by setting a schedule for writing as you go...and by committing to stick with it.

 

3. Know Your Reader
Any piece of writing should keep one overarching question in mind: Who is the audience and why are they reading your writing? In addition to clearly presenting your ideas, keep in mind that your thesis is an original contribution to your particular discipline. Make sure your reader knows what to expect by including “signposts” -- such as a table of contents, abstract, introductory paragraphs, etc. -- along the way to help guide your reader. Each sentence should relate in some way to your overall argument.

 

4. Seek Feedback
While graduate level writing is largely an individual effort, there’s plenty of help to be found if you know where to look. For starters, your advisor can be an amazing resource when it comes to “big picture” issues, such as selecting a topic and refining your thesis. In addition to helping identify your paper’s strengths, your advisor can also help suss out your weaknesses thereby preventing you from venturing too far in the wrong direction.

Your fellow grad students, meanwhile, can offer editing and proofreading assistance. And while finding someone in your field can be particularly useful -- especially if you’re writing about a complex or scientific subject -- friends and family members can also offer a helpful second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes.

 

5. Embrace the Revision Process
No piece of writing gets it perfect the first time. In fact, research and writing go hand in hand with revision, but many writers still get tripped up by setting impossible expectations for themselves. The best way to avoid this trap? Make revision part of your mindset.

Also, keep in mind that revision is much more than merely proofreading for mistakes. Rather, it’s an act of complete “re-seeing.” While this often involves expanding on key concepts, it sometimes means letting go of good material if it doesn’t make an essential contribution to your writing. We can all learn from William Faulkner, who once spoke of the need to, “Kill all your darlings.”

 

6. Learn from the Best
One of the best ways to get a better sense of what your writing should look like? Immersing yourself in published work from experts in your field. Visit your school library to read top journals in your discipline, noting writers and writing techniques you most admire. Reading dissertations in your particular area can also help you familiarize yourself with the corpus of research while gaining a better sense of the language used to describe varying concepts.

You’ve already proved your mettle by getting into graduate school, but that’s just the start. These six tips can help you take your writing to the next level. The best part? Writing is a transferrable skill. In other words, you can continue to call on these skills to be a better writer, thinker and communicator throughout your professional and personal life.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

 

1. Convey Your Expertise
Graduate students are training to be experts in their field. This expertise should be exemplified by your writing. Your language should be direct, confident and authoritative in order to foster a sense of trust with your readers.

Other ways to assemble a cogent argument? Avoid first person tense whenever possible; employ transition words and phrases; and pay attention to sentence structure. Two true hallmarks of graduate level writing? Clarity and control.

 

2. Make Writing Routine
We’ve all heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” This is no more true than when it comes to graduate level writing. Making time to write regularly will not only help you develop critical thinking and writing skills, but can also be an invaluable confidence booster.

Establishing a writing routine is particularly beneficial when it comes to working on your thesis. Many graduate students wait too long to start writing and end up rushing through the process. This can lead to everything from an underdeveloped argument to lack of proper formatting. Avoid this pitfall by setting a schedule for writing as you go...and by committing to stick with it.

 

3. Know Your Reader
Any piece of writing should keep one overarching question in mind: Who is the audience and why are they reading your writing? In addition to clearly presenting your ideas, keep in mind that your thesis is an original contribution to your particular discipline. Make sure your reader knows what to expect by including “signposts” -- such as a table of contents, abstract, introductory paragraphs, etc. -- along the way to help guide your reader. Each sentence should relate in some way to your overall argument.

 

4. Seek Feedback
While graduate level writing is largely an individual effort, there’s plenty of help to be found if you know where to look. For starters, your advisor can be an amazing resource when it comes to “big picture” issues, such as selecting a topic and refining your thesis. In addition to helping identify your paper’s strengths, your advisor can also help suss out your weaknesses thereby preventing you from venturing too far in the wrong direction.

Your fellow grad students, meanwhile, can offer editing and proofreading assistance. And while finding someone in your field can be particularly useful -- especially if you’re writing about a complex or scientific subject -- friends and family members can also offer a helpful second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes.

 

5. Embrace the Revision Process
No piece of writing gets it perfect the first time. In fact, research and writing go hand in hand with revision, but many writers still get tripped up by setting impossible expectations for themselves. The best way to avoid this trap? Make revision part of your mindset.

Also, keep in mind that revision is much more than merely proofreading for mistakes. Rather, it’s an act of complete “re-seeing.” While this often involves expanding on key concepts, it sometimes means letting go of good material if it doesn’t make an essential contribution to your writing. We can all learn from William Faulkner, who once spoke of the need to, “Kill all your darlings.”

 

6. Learn from the Best
One of the best ways to get a better sense of what your writing should look like? Immersing yourself in published work from experts in your field. Visit your school library to read top journals in your discipline, noting writers and writing techniques you most admire. Reading dissertations in your particular area can also help you familiarize yourself with the corpus of research while gaining a better sense of the language used to describe varying concepts.

You’ve already proved your mettle by getting into graduate school, but that’s just the start. These six tips can help you take your writing to the next level. The best part? Writing is a transferrable skill. In other words, you can continue to call on these skills to be a better writer, thinker and communicator throughout your professional and personal life.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

A Move Toward Mobility

Of the more than 1,200 Ukrainians between the ages of 16 to 35 surveyed and reported on in “Hopes, Fears and Dreams: The Views of Ukraine’s Next Generation,” many were optimistic: A full 41 percent expressed belief in a bright future.

One widely perceived path to that bright future, according to the online survey? International higher education offerings. More than half of respondents (56 percent) expressed the desire to study abroad, with the UK, USA, Germany, Poland and Canada topping their lists of preferred destinations.

Roughly half of Ukrainian students who aspire to study abroad are motivated by the desire to learn fluent English. Higher quality of education (47 percent);  job prospects abroad (44 percent); job prospects in their home country (39 percent) and less corruption (31 percent) rounded out the top five reasons drawing Ukrainians to international study opportunities. 

Supporting Ukrainian Interest

According to figures from UNESCO, just under 40,000 Ukrainian students were enrolled in international higher education programs in 2014. Given increasing evidence of demand, the British Council has identified Ukraine as a ripe area for recruitment while also calling for other measures aimed at supporting the internationalization of higher education in Ukraine while strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and their universities.

And while the challenges ahead are significant -- young Ukrainians cite lack of money and limited English skills as major barriers to international education -- so are the opportunities. Says the British Council, “The young people surveyed for this report will provide the engine for Ukraine’s prosperity and stability and are the cohort from which the future influencers and leaders of Ukraine will be drawn…the ‘next generation’ is increasingly becoming the ‘now generation’.”

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

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While Ukraine has been rocked by a number of factors, including ongoing conflict in the region, a fragile political system and a tumultuous economy, a recent study from the British Council finds hope among its young people despite these uncertainties. Let’s take a closer look at the report, along with highlighting key findings pertaining to international education.

A Move Toward Mobility

Of the more than 1,200 Ukrainians between the ages of 16 to 35 surveyed and reported on in “Hopes, Fears and Dreams: The Views of Ukraine’s Next Generation,” many were optimistic: A full 41 percent expressed belief in a bright future.

One widely perceived path to that bright future, according to the online survey? International higher education offerings. More than half of respondents (56 percent) expressed the desire to study abroad, with the UK, USA, Germany, Poland and Canada topping their lists of preferred destinations.

Roughly half of Ukrainian students who aspire to study abroad are motivated by the desire to learn fluent English. Higher quality of education (47 percent);  job prospects abroad (44 percent); job prospects in their home country (39 percent) and less corruption (31 percent) rounded out the top five reasons drawing Ukrainians to international study opportunities. 

Supporting Ukrainian Interest

According to figures from UNESCO, just under 40,000 Ukrainian students were enrolled in international higher education programs in 2014. Given increasing evidence of demand, the British Council has identified Ukraine as a ripe area for recruitment while also calling for other measures aimed at supporting the internationalization of higher education in Ukraine while strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and their universities.

And while the challenges ahead are significant -- young Ukrainians cite lack of money and limited English skills as major barriers to international education -- so are the opportunities. Says the British Council, “The young people surveyed for this report will provide the engine for Ukraine’s prosperity and stability and are the cohort from which the future influencers and leaders of Ukraine will be drawn…the ‘next generation’ is increasingly becoming the ‘now generation’.”

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

Understanding Erasmus
Launched in 1987, Erasmus -- now Erasmus Plus -- has changed the face of mobility in Europe. Through the program, EU students can choose to study in one of 30-plus European countries completely free for up to a year.

Many of the Erasmus’s beneficiaries have included students and faculty from the UK. In fact, just last year approximately 15,500 UK students and 7,000 UK staff studied abroad thanks to EU funding from Erasmus. But will their continued participation be part of the Brexit negotiations, or will they be shut out?

Why Erasmus Matters
According to Erasmus director Ruth Sinclair-Jones as reported by The Guardian, “We do really want there to be prioritisation on the Erasmus Plus because it is important – it has a direct impact on the students and the economy….It is hugely popular in the UK and the results of surveys demonstrate the benefits. Students really shine through, their maturity and self-confidence is stronger. Their academic results are higher, there is lower unemployment and higher wages five years on.”

Also on board with safeguarding Erasmus? Alumni Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, who implored students to consider the benefits of EU membership -- with continued participation in Erasmus as a featured point -- before the vote took place.

“As a student in Belgium and France,” Johnson penned in a missive published in The Guardian, “I was able to brush up on my language skills and experience life in another country. I want everyone to have that chance.”

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from participation in Erasmus programs. However, with participation in this exchange scheme for students from the UK now uncertain due to Brexit, Erasmus leader are urging the government to take steps to keep the program available. Let’s take a closer look at the impact of Erasmus, along with how Brexit is potentially threatening its future.

Understanding Erasmus
Launched in 1987, Erasmus -- now Erasmus Plus -- has changed the face of mobility in Europe. Through the program, EU students can choose to study in one of 30-plus European countries completely free for up to a year.

Many of the Erasmus’s beneficiaries have included students and faculty from the UK. In fact, just last year approximately 15,500 UK students and 7,000 UK staff studied abroad thanks to EU funding from Erasmus. But will their continued participation be part of the Brexit negotiations, or will they be shut out?

Why Erasmus Matters
According to Erasmus director Ruth Sinclair-Jones as reported by The Guardian, “We do really want there to be prioritisation on the Erasmus Plus because it is important – it has a direct impact on the students and the economy….It is hugely popular in the UK and the results of surveys demonstrate the benefits. Students really shine through, their maturity and self-confidence is stronger. Their academic results are higher, there is lower unemployment and higher wages five years on.”

Also on board with safeguarding Erasmus? Alumni Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, who implored students to consider the benefits of EU membership -- with continued participation in Erasmus as a featured point -- before the vote took place.

“As a student in Belgium and France,” Johnson penned in a missive published in The Guardian, “I was able to brush up on my language skills and experience life in another country. I want everyone to have that chance.”

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Japan and South Korea top a recently published Reuters ranking of Asia's most innovative universities.  The rankings measure the numbers of patent applications, the frequency of research citations, and industry co-authors, among other criteria.  Here's a closer look.



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Japan and South Korea have the most innovative universities in Asia, according to a Reuters report released this August.  The report ranks the top 75 universities on the continent and includes universities from Singapore, China, New Zealand, Australia, India, and Malaysia, in addition to Japan and South Korea.  Of the top 20 universities, 17 are in Japan and South Korea.  South Korea also has among some of the highest research and development spending in the world (4% of GDP), due to a recent, significant policy shift that pushes innovation at its universities.

Focus on Patents

How did Reuters measure innovation?  They based their rankings on those institutions that do the most to “advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy.”  The report also weighted the numbers of patent applications and successes.  Universities that filed 50 or more patent applications between 2009 and 2014, and that were frequently cited by others made the list.  Other criteria?  The frequency of citations[G2] , and the percentage of articles that had an industry co-author. According to Reuters, the universities in Japan and South Korea filed, on average, more than double the number of patent applications than those in other ranked countries.

Good News

Don’t judge innovation on the Reuters report alone, however.  There’s good news for those universities in Asia that didn’t make the list.  Reuters commented, “Of course, just because a country doesn’t have any schools in the Reuters Top 75 doesn’t mean their universities aren’t doing important research.  Since the ranking measures innovation on an institutional level, it may overlook particularly innovative departments or programmes."

Check out the Global Innovation Index 2016, published by the UN Intellectual Property Organization[G5]  to learn more about global innovation at universities around the world, in addition to those in Asia. 

Read more about studying in Asia.

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Japan and South Korea top a recently published Reuters ranking of Asia's most innovative universities.  The rankings measure the numbers of patent applications, the frequency of research citations, and industry co-authors, among other criteria.  Here's a closer look.



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Japan and South Korea have the most innovative universities in Asia, according to a Reuters report released this August.  The report ranks the top 75 universities on the continent and includes universities from Singapore, China, New Zealand, Australia, India, and Malaysia, in addition to Japan and South Korea.  Of the top 20 universities, 17 are in Japan and South Korea.  South Korea also has among some of the highest research and development spending in the world (4% of GDP), due to a recent, significant policy shift that pushes innovation at its universities.

Focus on Patents

How did Reuters measure innovation?  They based their rankings on those institutions that do the most to “advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy.”  The report also weighted the numbers of patent applications and successes.  Universities that filed 50 or more patent applications between 2009 and 2014, and that were frequently cited by others made the list.  Other criteria?  The frequency of citations[G2] , and the percentage of articles that had an industry co-author. According to Reuters, the universities in Japan and South Korea filed, on average, more than double the number of patent applications than those in other ranked countries.

Good News

Don’t judge innovation on the Reuters report alone, however.  There’s good news for those universities in Asia that didn’t make the list.  Reuters commented, “Of course, just because a country doesn’t have any schools in the Reuters Top 75 doesn’t mean their universities aren’t doing important research.  Since the ranking measures innovation on an institutional level, it may overlook particularly innovative departments or programmes."

Check out the Global Innovation Index 2016, published by the UN Intellectual Property Organization[G5]  to learn more about global innovation at universities around the world, in addition to those in Asia. 

Read more about studying in Asia.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

 

1. Schedule Daily Time to Write
The fact that your boss expects you to be at your internship everyday provides meaningful motivation to show up. Unfortunately, the same element of external accountability is missing from the thesis scenario. The unhappy result? It often ends up getting moved aside and pushed back -- ultimately leaving you in a bind when the deadline is suddenly bearing down and you’re weeks behind where you’d hoped to be by now.

The best way to avoid the last minute rush? Rather than letting your thesis become the thing you do when don’t have anything else to do, make it your priority by establishing a regular writing routine. Not only will this help keep you on track, but it can also get your brain in the habit of writing. Like any other form of “exercise,” the more you write, the easier it becomes. In fact, in committing to write every day, you’re likely to experience all new levels of productivity.

 

2. Prioritize Your Productivity
Do you work best in the earlier hours of the morning while it’s still dark outside? Or perhaps you thrive in the wee hours after everyone else has gone to bed? Do you find working in a coffee shop surrounded by hordes of other people invigorating, or do you need a more solitary environment in order to concentrate?

Not everyone finds inspiration in the same environment. Understanding where you find yours is extremely beneficial when it comes to promoting peak productivity. After all, making time to write is only part of the “big picture.” Also critical? Maximizing that time.

 

3. Keep Your Employer In the Loop
One of the good things about internships is that they’re often designed to accommodate student schedules. In most cases, your employer will be more than happy to work with you to come up with a mutually agreeable work schedule which allows ample time for thesis writing, as well. If you end up in a position where you need to cut back on your internship hours to devote extra time to work on your thesis, open lines of communication are key. Just be upfront in expressing your needs from the start in order to avoid confusion and/or bad feelings in the future.

One additional thing to keep in mind? If you’re planning on continuing to work for your current employer after you graduate, the completion of your thesis -- particularly if it’s germane to the work you’re doing -- can add to your marketability.

 

4. Accept Multitasking as a Myth
While much has been made of the benefits of multitasking, a growing body of research not only suggests that doing multiple things at once may not only be all it’s cracked up to be, but may actually lead to decreased productivity.

A recent study from McGill University indicates that in constantly shifting from one task to the next, the body uses up its oxygenated glucose stores -- the very same fuel which would otherwise be used to focus. Concludes researcher and professor of behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin, “That switching comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.”

While multitasking may no longer be of use to you, something else can be: Scheduling regular 15-minute breaks. Stepping away from your work -- whether during your internship or while writing your thesis -- can actually help you be more productive, but only if you let your mind truly wander. Just don’t let it wander over to the internet, however, as research also shows that online distractions can be particularly destructive. The takeaway? In order to make the very best of your time, stop checking your social media and shut off all of your automatic notifications.

While it’s easy to think of your internship and master’s thesis as warring entities, the fact is the two can be surprisingly symbiotic. Rather than focusing on how they’re working against each other, shift your mindset to acknowledge what they can help you accomplish together.

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You’ve got one camp telling you that an excellent thesis will help you make a name for yourself in your field. Another waxes on about the value of having an internship for landing a job. Given these dual imperatives, it hardly comes as a shock that many driven master’s students find themselves performing a daily juggling act. No one said graduate school was going to be easy, but it doesn’t have to feel like you’re always one dropped ball away from disaster. Let’s count down four ways to successfully balance your master’s thesis and internship.

 

1. Schedule Daily Time to Write
The fact that your boss expects you to be at your internship everyday provides meaningful motivation to show up. Unfortunately, the same element of external accountability is missing from the thesis scenario. The unhappy result? It often ends up getting moved aside and pushed back -- ultimately leaving you in a bind when the deadline is suddenly bearing down and you’re weeks behind where you’d hoped to be by now.

The best way to avoid the last minute rush? Rather than letting your thesis become the thing you do when don’t have anything else to do, make it your priority by establishing a regular writing routine. Not only will this help keep you on track, but it can also get your brain in the habit of writing. Like any other form of “exercise,” the more you write, the easier it becomes. In fact, in committing to write every day, you’re likely to experience all new levels of productivity.

 

2. Prioritize Your Productivity
Do you work best in the earlier hours of the morning while it’s still dark outside? Or perhaps you thrive in the wee hours after everyone else has gone to bed? Do you find working in a coffee shop surrounded by hordes of other people invigorating, or do you need a more solitary environment in order to concentrate?

Not everyone finds inspiration in the same environment. Understanding where you find yours is extremely beneficial when it comes to promoting peak productivity. After all, making time to write is only part of the “big picture.” Also critical? Maximizing that time.

 

3. Keep Your Employer In the Loop
One of the good things about internships is that they’re often designed to accommodate student schedules. In most cases, your employer will be more than happy to work with you to come up with a mutually agreeable work schedule which allows ample time for thesis writing, as well. If you end up in a position where you need to cut back on your internship hours to devote extra time to work on your thesis, open lines of communication are key. Just be upfront in expressing your needs from the start in order to avoid confusion and/or bad feelings in the future.

One additional thing to keep in mind? If you’re planning on continuing to work for your current employer after you graduate, the completion of your thesis -- particularly if it’s germane to the work you’re doing -- can add to your marketability.

 

4. Accept Multitasking as a Myth
While much has been made of the benefits of multitasking, a growing body of research not only suggests that doing multiple things at once may not only be all it’s cracked up to be, but may actually lead to decreased productivity.

A recent study from McGill University indicates that in constantly shifting from one task to the next, the body uses up its oxygenated glucose stores -- the very same fuel which would otherwise be used to focus. Concludes researcher and professor of behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin, “That switching comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.”

While multitasking may no longer be of use to you, something else can be: Scheduling regular 15-minute breaks. Stepping away from your work -- whether during your internship or while writing your thesis -- can actually help you be more productive, but only if you let your mind truly wander. Just don’t let it wander over to the internet, however, as research also shows that online distractions can be particularly destructive. The takeaway? In order to make the very best of your time, stop checking your social media and shut off all of your automatic notifications.

While it’s easy to think of your internship and master’s thesis as warring entities, the fact is the two can be surprisingly symbiotic. Rather than focusing on how they’re working against each other, shift your mindset to acknowledge what they can help you accomplish together.

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

 

1. Natural Beauty

The entire country of Finland, barring a few islands of its southernmost coast, is located above the 60th parallel. Finland's geographic location, as well as its stunning landscape, makes it an ideal location for students wanting to study and explore.  Head north in the summer when the sun doesn't set and hike around any of Finland's 168,000 lakes. In the winter, Finland turns into a winter wonderland with cross country ski trails through Helsinki's central park and northern lights that dance across the sky.

 

2. Vibrant International Community

Finland has a small population (just under 5.5 million people), but the country has a diverse international community, and international students will find a warm welcome. The University of Helsinki, along with the rest of the country, has worked to establish an “attractive and internationally competitive” profile and international students have a strong network of support.

 

3. Strong Local Culture

Finnish people may seem very reserved, but once you get to know them, you'll find a warm, friendly population and cities full of life. Finns drink more coffee than any other people on earth (around 12kg per person per year!) and the capital city of Helsinki is “full of cafes, culture and clubs.” Spend your weekends browsing flea markets and art galleries, and check out the city's dynamic music scene featuring everything from classic operas to a rock culture that makes Finland a leader in yet another area – heavy metal bands!

 

4. World-Class Education

You can hardly open the news without hearing about Finland's marvelous education system, but the country deserves its reputation. Finland repeatedly ranks in the top five for PISA scores, Finns borrow more library books than any other country in the world, and in the “latest Shanghai ranking, [the University of Helsinki was] #56.” The university is working its way to the top of the ranking and employs instructors who are also esteemed researchers, making it a smart choice for ambitious international students. 

 

5. Safety

Apart from the occasional bear, the streets of Helsinki are relatively safe. The capital of Finland is the second safest city in the world and has been named the most livable city in the world. Outside the city crime rates are remarkably low, and the greatest risk to public safety comes from the wildlife – watch out for moose on the highways!

 

6. Everyone Speaks English

Finland's well-educated population is also extremely fluent in English. Last year, the country ranked #4 in the Education First English Proficiency Index, and Finland's universities offer around 450 programs in English. While international students are encouraged to learn Finnish during their studies, students at the University of Helsinki have access to courses at different levels in English.

 

7. Modern Research Universities

Finland's high educational standards are just one of the ways that this forward-thinking country works to make the world and the future a better place. Finland leads the world in futurology, and its universities are central to the country's efforts. Students can join the Helsinki Challenge, “a science based competition and idea accelerator,” that aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and build a better future. 

 

8. Ideal Location

Finland holds a unique place between east and west and the capital, Helsinki, is only a few hours from Russia and Estonia by train and ferry. The country also has strong ties with Scandinavia and many Finns speak Swedish as fluently as they do Finnish. And with ferries connecting Helsinki and Stockholm, Finland serves as a perfect jumping-off point for the rest of Europe as well.

 

9. Well-Connected

It's easy to travel from Finland to nearby Scandinavian or northern and eastern Europe, but the country's main carrier – Finnair – is setting its sights a bit further afield. The country's location makes it well-placed for flights to and from Asia, and the Finnish airline has already launched plans to increase Asian traffic by 2020. Finnair was the first European airline to offer non-stop flights to Tokyo, and the airline currently offers 77 non-stop flights to Asia from Helsinki every week. This is great news for international students from Asia, or for students who want to use their holidays to explore the world.

 

10. The Saunas!

And, if world-class education, low crime rates, stunning natural beauty, and easy travel access isn't enough, then Finland has one more ace up its sleeve. Finland may not have exclusive claim to the sauna, but no other country in the world knows how to steam the way that Finland does. With more than three million saunas, Finland tops the charts for saunas per capita, and even tiny student flats are likely to feature at least one.

Want to see what else Finland has to offer? Check out the University of Helsinki’s new roster of International Master’s Degree Programs that will launch next year. Courses will be available in English, Swedish, or Finnish and students can choose from thirty-four degrees ranging from European and Nordic Studies to Forest Sciences and Bioeconomy. Read more about the University of Helsinki here.

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland, Finland, Finland. If this Nordic country isn't already where you want to be, it soon will.  Finland may be small, but it packs big punches when it comes to education, social welfare, and coffee consumption. Here's why you should choose Finland for your study abroad experience!

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Finland is one of the northernmost countries in the world, and while it may be off the beaten track this Nordic country is anything but insular. Finland leads the world in education, government transparency, stability, and saunas. But what makes Finland the perfect destination for an international student? We asked Mats Engblom from the University of Helsinki to tell us what makes Finland special.

 

1. Natural Beauty

The entire country of Finland, barring a few islands of its southernmost coast, is located above the 60th parallel. Finland's geographic location, as well as its stunning landscape, makes it an ideal location for students wanting to study and explore.  Head north in the summer when the sun doesn't set and hike around any of Finland's 168,000 lakes. In the winter, Finland turns into a winter wonderland with cross country ski trails through Helsinki's central park and northern lights that dance across the sky.

 

2. Vibrant International Community

Finland has a small population (just under 5.5 million people), but the country has a diverse international community, and international students will find a warm welcome. The University of Helsinki, along with the rest of the country, has worked to establish an “attractive and internationally competitive” profile and international students have a strong network of support.

 

3. Strong Local Culture

Finnish people may seem very reserved, but once you get to know them, you'll find a warm, friendly population and cities full of life. Finns drink more coffee than any other people on earth (around 12kg per person per year!) and the capital city of Helsinki is “full of cafes, culture and clubs.” Spend your weekends browsing flea markets and art galleries, and check out the city's dynamic music scene featuring everything from classic operas to a rock culture that makes Finland a leader in yet another area – heavy metal bands!

 

4. World-Class Education

You can hardly open the news without hearing about Finland's marvelous education system, but the country deserves its reputation. Finland repeatedly ranks in the top five for PISA scores, Finns borrow more library books than any other country in the world, and in the “latest Shanghai ranking, [the University of Helsinki was] #56.” The university is working its way to the top of the ranking and employs instructors who are also esteemed researchers, making it a smart choice for ambitious international students. 

 

5. Safety

Apart from the occasional bear, the streets of Helsinki are relatively safe. The capital of Finland is the second safest city in the world and has been named the most livable city in the world. Outside the city crime rates are remarkably low, and the greatest risk to public safety comes from the wildlife – watch out for moose on the highways!

 

6. Everyone Speaks English

Finland's well-educated population is also extremely fluent in English. Last year, the country ranked #4 in the Education First English Proficiency Index, and Finland's universities offer around 450 programs in English. While international students are encouraged to learn Finnish during their studies, students at the University of Helsinki have access to courses at different levels in English.

 

7. Modern Research Universities

Finland's high educational standards are just one of the ways that this forward-thinking country works to make the world and the future a better place. Finland leads the world in futurology, and its universities are central to the country's efforts. Students can join the Helsinki Challenge, “a science based competition and idea accelerator,” that aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and build a better future. 

 

8. Ideal Location

Finland holds a unique place between east and west and the capital, Helsinki, is only a few hours from Russia and Estonia by train and ferry. The country also has strong ties with Scandinavia and many Finns speak Swedish as fluently as they do Finnish. And with ferries connecting Helsinki and Stockholm, Finland serves as a perfect jumping-off point for the rest of Europe as well.

 

9. Well-Connected

It's easy to travel from Finland to nearby Scandinavian or northern and eastern Europe, but the country's main carrier – Finnair – is setting its sights a bit further afield. The country's location makes it well-placed for flights to and from Asia, and the Finnish airline has already launched plans to increase Asian traffic by 2020. Finnair was the first European airline to offer non-stop flights to Tokyo, and the airline currently offers 77 non-stop flights to Asia from Helsinki every week. This is great news for international students from Asia, or for students who want to use their holidays to explore the world.

 

10. The Saunas!

And, if world-class education, low crime rates, stunning natural beauty, and easy travel access isn't enough, then Finland has one more ace up its sleeve. Finland may not have exclusive claim to the sauna, but no other country in the world knows how to steam the way that Finland does. With more than three million saunas, Finland tops the charts for saunas per capita, and even tiny student flats are likely to feature at least one.

Want to see what else Finland has to offer? Check out the University of Helsinki’s new roster of International Master’s Degree Programs that will launch next year. Courses will be available in English, Swedish, or Finnish and students can choose from thirty-four degrees ranging from European and Nordic Studies to Forest Sciences and Bioeconomy. Read more about the University of Helsinki here.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

 

1. Convey Your Expertise
Graduate students are training to be experts in their field. This expertise should be exemplified by your writing. Your language should be direct, confident and authoritative in order to foster a sense of trust with your readers.

Other ways to assemble a cogent argument? Avoid first person tense whenever possible; employ transition words and phrases; and pay attention to sentence structure. Two true hallmarks of graduate level writing? Clarity and control.

 

2. Make Writing Routine
We’ve all heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” This is no more true than when it comes to graduate level writing. Making time to write regularly will not only help you develop critical thinking and writing skills, but can also be an invaluable confidence booster.

Establishing a writing routine is particularly beneficial when it comes to working on your thesis. Many graduate students wait too long to start writing and end up rushing through the process. This can lead to everything from an underdeveloped argument to lack of proper formatting. Avoid this pitfall by setting a schedule for writing as you go...and by committing to stick with it.

 

3. Know Your Reader
Any piece of writing should keep one overarching question in mind: Who is the audience and why are they reading your writing? In addition to clearly presenting your ideas, keep in mind that your thesis is an original contribution to your particular discipline. Make sure your reader knows what to expect by including “signposts” -- such as a table of contents, abstract, introductory paragraphs, etc. -- along the way to help guide your reader. Each sentence should relate in some way to your overall argument.

 

4. Seek Feedback
While graduate level writing is largely an individual effort, there’s plenty of help to be found if you know where to look. For starters, your advisor can be an amazing resource when it comes to “big picture” issues, such as selecting a topic and refining your thesis. In addition to helping identify your paper’s strengths, your advisor can also help suss out your weaknesses thereby preventing you from venturing too far in the wrong direction.

Your fellow grad students, meanwhile, can offer editing and proofreading assistance. And while finding someone in your field can be particularly useful -- especially if you’re writing about a complex or scientific subject -- friends and family members can also offer a helpful second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes.

 

5. Embrace the Revision Process
No piece of writing gets it perfect the first time. In fact, research and writing go hand in hand with revision, but many writers still get tripped up by setting impossible expectations for themselves. The best way to avoid this trap? Make revision part of your mindset.

Also, keep in mind that revision is much more than merely proofreading for mistakes. Rather, it’s an act of complete “re-seeing.” While this often involves expanding on key concepts, it sometimes means letting go of good material if it doesn’t make an essential contribution to your writing. We can all learn from William Faulkner, who once spoke of the need to, “Kill all your darlings.”

 

6. Learn from the Best
One of the best ways to get a better sense of what your writing should look like? Immersing yourself in published work from experts in your field. Visit your school library to read top journals in your discipline, noting writers and writing techniques you most admire. Reading dissertations in your particular area can also help you familiarize yourself with the corpus of research while gaining a better sense of the language used to describe varying concepts.

You’ve already proved your mettle by getting into graduate school, but that’s just the start. These six tips can help you take your writing to the next level. The best part? Writing is a transferrable skill. In other words, you can continue to call on these skills to be a better writer, thinker and communicator throughout your professional and personal life.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

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If you’ve already been accepted to graduate school, we’ve got good news for you: your writing skills were strong enough to get your application past the admissions committee. But this doesn’t mean you can just kick back and coast on what worked during your undergraduate studies. Not only will more be expected of you during your pursuit of an advanced degree, but there’s also likely to be a thesis in your future. The takeaway? The time is now to sharpen up your writing skills. Let’s count down six tips aimed at ensuring that your writing is on point in graduate school.

 

1. Convey Your Expertise
Graduate students are training to be experts in their field. This expertise should be exemplified by your writing. Your language should be direct, confident and authoritative in order to foster a sense of trust with your readers.

Other ways to assemble a cogent argument? Avoid first person tense whenever possible; employ transition words and phrases; and pay attention to sentence structure. Two true hallmarks of graduate level writing? Clarity and control.

 

2. Make Writing Routine
We’ve all heard the expression “practice makes perfect.” This is no more true than when it comes to graduate level writing. Making time to write regularly will not only help you develop critical thinking and writing skills, but can also be an invaluable confidence booster.

Establishing a writing routine is particularly beneficial when it comes to working on your thesis. Many graduate students wait too long to start writing and end up rushing through the process. This can lead to everything from an underdeveloped argument to lack of proper formatting. Avoid this pitfall by setting a schedule for writing as you go...and by committing to stick with it.

 

3. Know Your Reader
Any piece of writing should keep one overarching question in mind: Who is the audience and why are they reading your writing? In addition to clearly presenting your ideas, keep in mind that your thesis is an original contribution to your particular discipline. Make sure your reader knows what to expect by including “signposts” -- such as a table of contents, abstract, introductory paragraphs, etc. -- along the way to help guide your reader. Each sentence should relate in some way to your overall argument.

 

4. Seek Feedback
While graduate level writing is largely an individual effort, there’s plenty of help to be found if you know where to look. For starters, your advisor can be an amazing resource when it comes to “big picture” issues, such as selecting a topic and refining your thesis. In addition to helping identify your paper’s strengths, your advisor can also help suss out your weaknesses thereby preventing you from venturing too far in the wrong direction.

Your fellow grad students, meanwhile, can offer editing and proofreading assistance. And while finding someone in your field can be particularly useful -- especially if you’re writing about a complex or scientific subject -- friends and family members can also offer a helpful second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes.

 

5. Embrace the Revision Process
No piece of writing gets it perfect the first time. In fact, research and writing go hand in hand with revision, but many writers still get tripped up by setting impossible expectations for themselves. The best way to avoid this trap? Make revision part of your mindset.

Also, keep in mind that revision is much more than merely proofreading for mistakes. Rather, it’s an act of complete “re-seeing.” While this often involves expanding on key concepts, it sometimes means letting go of good material if it doesn’t make an essential contribution to your writing. We can all learn from William Faulkner, who once spoke of the need to, “Kill all your darlings.”

 

6. Learn from the Best
One of the best ways to get a better sense of what your writing should look like? Immersing yourself in published work from experts in your field. Visit your school library to read top journals in your discipline, noting writers and writing techniques you most admire. Reading dissertations in your particular area can also help you familiarize yourself with the corpus of research while gaining a better sense of the language used to describe varying concepts.

You’ve already proved your mettle by getting into graduate school, but that’s just the start. These six tips can help you take your writing to the next level. The best part? Writing is a transferrable skill. In other words, you can continue to call on these skills to be a better writer, thinker and communicator throughout your professional and personal life.

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Spain (Spanish: España) is a diverse country sharing the Iberian Peninsula with Portugal at the western end of the Mediterranean Sea. Spain is considered an exotic country in Europe due to its friendly inhabitants and relaxed lifestyle. The normal duration for University courses in Spain is 4 years, except Medicine and the double degrees, which are 6. Madrid and Barcelona are well known cities around world for its cuisine, vibrant nightlife, and world-famous folklore and festivities.

Murcia City is on the banks of Segura River in the Region of Murcia. It has a mild climate and hot summers making an excellent holiday destination. The city has 1 private and 1 public university namely Catholic University Saint Anthony and University of Murcia respectively.

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Entry Requirements and Fee

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Entry Requirements and Fee

Entry Requirements Students interested in attending the Master in Mobile Technologies and Smart Cities should have a Bachelor degree with knowledge on some of the following topics: telecommunications, electrical engineering or computer sciences. Pre-selected applicants are required to pass a preliminary test. Fees for International Students Fees for international Students are €14.000,00. Eligible students may be entitled to a €2.000,00 scholarship. SMARTCITY03

Enrolment process

Application Process for the MMTSC at UPCT Documentation to be submitted:
  1. Valid Passport
  2. Certificate obtained in your home country in which it is stated that your completed studies allow you to access Master studies
  3. Full transcript of records in which the following data is shown:
  4. Certificate from the home University (or competent authority) in which it is accredited that you have access to Master Studies
Note:
  1. Please remember that all documents need to be official and need to be issued by the competent authorities. Also, they need to be legalised, so an Apostille Stamp (see below for more information) is mandatory.
  2. Documents must be submitted in Spanish OR English. Should the original documents be translated into Spanish, the translation will have to be official.
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RECIPIENTS AND GRANTS

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RECIPIENTS AND GRANTS

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EDUCATIONAL GOALS

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RECIPIENTS AND GRANTS

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RECIPIENTS AND GRANTS

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HEADQUARTERS AND METHOD 'OF CONDUCT

Courses in Italy will take place at the offices of the Department of Law of the SUN, in Santa Maria Capua Vetere (CE). Likewise the course in Spain will take place at the headquarters of the Department of Social and Legal Sciences, located in the center of Murcia city. The teaching is organized, both in partner universities to lecture cycles with any evidence elapsed written and / or oral. The exams are oral and may be preceded by a written examination.,[price_comment] => ,[url_logo] => ,[autogen_meta_keywords] => ,[last_updated] => 2016-08-16 07:51:29,[title_done] => No,[maimu_done] => No),[] => 1,[] => Array (),[] => Array (),[myrowTrans] => Array ([idProduct] => 86906,[idLanguage] => en,[head_title] => ,[title] => Master of Science in one cycle in-law with the University of Murcia / Spain,[title_lowercase] => Master of Science in one cycle in-law with the University of Murcia / Spain,[url_product] => Master-Of-Science-In-One-Cycle-In-law-With-The-University-Of-Murcia-Spain,[idTitle] => 3,[description_short] => Starting from the AA 2016/2017, the Department of Law of the SUN offers its students a new opportunity to go international, in addition to traditional exchange programs. Students will take a new course of study jointly developed at the University of Murcia (Spain) that will allow them to spend three semesters at a foreign university and to achieve, at the end of the path, a double degree, ie a double degree .,[description] => Starting from the AA 2016/2017, the Department of Law of the SUN offers its students a new opportunity to go international, in addition to traditional exchange programs. Students will take a new course of study jointly developed at the University of Murcia (Spain) that will allow them to spend three semesters at a foreign university and to achieve, at the end of the path, a double degree, ie a double degree . More precisely, the licenses issued to the term of the course are the "Grado en Derecho" at the University of Murcia and the "Master of Law" at the Second University of Naples. The goal is to enable the students to live SUN challenging experience in a prestigious foreign university and to expand so their academic horizons, cultural and future job opportunities. The release of the double degree allows access to the "Master en abogacia" in Spain for the forensic obtain the qualification. The University of Murcia is located in the eponymous town in southern Spain, was founded in 1915 and is a young and dynamic university. The Department of Social and Legal Sciences is located in the city center, in a modern and functional structure, and is home to a bioethical studies center of international importance (CEBES). The city is located a few kilometers from the sea, the center of an area that offers many historical and scenic beauty, south of the capital Madrid, which is about 3.5 hours away.

EDUCATIONAL GOALS

The new international CDL activated in partnership with the University of Murcia enables members to achieve, at the end of the course, a double degree that is a double degree in Law. It is, in other words, two graduate degrees (a double degree), one of which will be valid in Italy as a Master's Degree in Law, and the other in Spain as Grado en Derecho. Both titles will be spent on an international scale in the EU area or extraUE. The new international CDL aims to form a professional class that has access to the legal professions in the partner countries and in the EU and that it can enter the job market with great competence and experience gained in the field. To this end, the course provides for the conduct of a study abroad period (half a year) and a period of vocational training in the country of origin. The release of the double degree allows access to the "Master en abogacia" in Spain for the forensic obtain the qualification. Among the educational objectives of the International CDL SUN / University of Murcia there is also finally learning foreign languages ​​since enrolled students, in addition to the languages ​​of the two partner countries, will be able to improve their knowledge of other foreign languages.

RECIPIENTS AND GRANTS

Can enroll in CDL International Law enabled in partnership with the University of Murcia all interested students: those already enrolled in the SUN Department of Law (all active degree courses); those from another University; those who enroll for the first time at the University. For students who are already enrolled in other degree courses of the SUN and decide to embark on the new international CDL in partnership with the University of Murcia, will be activated custom procedures for recognition and validation of already taken exams. Those who decide to enroll in CDL International Law in Partnership with the University of Murcia will seek to avail of scholarships annually allocated by SUN. Some of these scholarships are reserved for foreign students.

RECIPIENTS AND GRANTS

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HEADQUARTERS AND METHOD 'OF CONDUCT

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GOALS

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GOALS

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GOALS

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GOALS

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GOALS

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OBJECTIVES:

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OBJECTIVES:

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