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Spring Issue 2008

An Overview of the Workplace

  • March 01, 2008
The job market shows no signs of cooling off in the near future as the economy enters its ninth straight year of growth.

Jobs There for People Here

  • March 01, 2008
Despite the onset of globalization and the current rush of foreign companies entering Russia and utilizing Russian experience, very few Russians actually move abroad for work.

Banking Sector Update

  • March 01, 2008
The Russian banking sector is extremely active, with the number of investment banks, management companies and private equity funds increasing every year.

Careers in Pharmaceuticals

  • March 01, 2008
Given that new and socially necessary projects that need to be promoted are appearing all the time in the industry, marketing pharmaceuticals has become a hot issue.

The Entrepreneur Generation

  • March 01, 2008
Moscow School of Management Skolkovo couldn't fail to attract attention even though its campus is still a building site.

Overheated Market? Not One Bit

  • March 01, 2008
СOverheatedТ is a term which has been used increasingly of late to describe the situation on the Russian labor market as the majority of companies have started encountering problems attracting and, more importantly, retaining employees.

What You Can Get out of a Dutch Higher Education

  • March 01, 2008
Science and scholarship may be international, with no borders, but only about 22 million people speak Dutch.

Getting a Visa to Study in Canada

  • March 01, 2008
Education is under the jurisdiction of the provincial governments in Canada. Licensing and regulation and, of course, providers vary from province to province, and they all have their idiosyncrasies.

Secondary and Higher Education in Ireland

  • March 01, 2008
An estimated 30,000 international students will be at universities in the Republic of Ireland by the end of 2008.

Entering the Maltese Education System

  • March 01, 2008
Due to its historical links with the UK, Malta has an education system structured, broadly speaking, in a similar way to the British system.

UK University Foundation Courses

  • March 01, 2008
Russian high school programs finish a year earlier than those in the UK, which means Russian students looking to do a UK degree course almost always need a need to do a foundation year first.

Choosing a Foundation Program: A Checklist

  • March 01, 2008
Always check what help is offered to students who fail their foundation year. Many universities allow students to sit their exams again. All good foundation year programs should offer help finding an alternative university.

How to Choose a UK Boarding School

  • March 01, 2008
The Boarding Schools' Association, now 40 years old, represents British schools, "whose main purpose is boarding," according to the BSA Chairman, Geoffrey Boult.

The English Language Test of Choice

  • March 01, 2008
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is increasingly the test of choice for governments, employers and universities all over the world.

Get More Out of an MBA

  • March 01, 2008
For years now, getting an MBA has been seen as a rite of passage for many executives wanting to further their career and get the most coveted jobs in a competitive and global market.