How to Manage College Stress
Feb20

How to Manage College Stress

Every student has felt stressed at least once during college and it is completely normal. It is sad that students are overwhelmed with obligations, learning, social needs, and requirements, which makes them feel tired and in a bad mood at the end of the day. Having a stressful college experience is good because it prepares us for the adult life we experience. When you are an adult you have a job, you have stuff you have to do at home...

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How Learning About Blockchain Can Help Your Future
Feb16

How Learning About Blockchain Can Help Your Future

  Recently, people have been talking about ‘blockchain’ like it’s bigger than world peace. They keep gushing about it everywhere and make it sound like it will solve all our problems. The thing is, it wasn’t that long ago that people were carrying on the same way about virtual reality, augmented reality, and smartwatches. What is preventing blockchain to end up in the same pile? That’s a big question. The short answer is,...

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A Comprehensive Financial Aid & Loan Guide for International Students Studying in the USA
Feb15

A Comprehensive Financial Aid & Loan Guide for International Students Studying in the USA

  Educating a student is no doubt the best asset you can ever give to a child; it is like giving a child wings to fly. However, the cost of doing so immense and many international are families struggling to raise college fees. In 2008, private universities and colleges in the US were charging about 50,000 dollars as tuition fees annually. That was ten years ago and the figure is probably at least 25% higher today. Tuition fee...

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Comprehensive Guide for Malaysians to Studying in the USA on a Budget
Feb09

Comprehensive Guide for Malaysians to Studying in the USA on a Budget

The prospect of studying in the U.S. is a dream come true for those who aspire to gain the American experience. However, in today’s economic climate, the fear of burning a large hole in their pockets has held many students back from pursuing this dream. Even so, there are many viable options available for students who have their hearts set on earning a U.S. degree without having to break the bank. Speaking to alumni from INTI’s...

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Global Talent Competitiveness Index 2018 Announced
Jan23

Global Talent Competitiveness Index 2018 Announced

Video Credit: The Adecco Group (The video starts at around 00:35) The 2018 Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) report found that Switzerland still leads the way in terms of talent competitiveness, followed by Singapore and the United States. In general, European countries continue to dominate the GTCI rankings, with 15 in the top 25.   [Editor’s Note: Malaysia is ranked 27th out of 119 countries with a GTCI score of...

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ESSEC’s iMagination Week Demonstrates Disruptive Innovation in Education Industry
Jan23

ESSEC’s iMagination Week Demonstrates Disruptive Innovation in Education Industry

  From 8 – 12 January, 2018, ESSEC Business School, one of the world’s top business schools, just held its third edition of iMagination Week on its Singapore campus. Dedicated to creativity, imagination, and transdisciplinarity, the unique seminar is offered to all its students across the Global BBA, Masters, and Executive Education programs. The annual week-long event reflects ESSEC’s cross-disciplinary learning approach and...

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How Multiculturalism Significantly Enhanced Teams’ Creative Performance
Jan18

How Multiculturalism Significantly Enhanced Teams’ Creative Performance

  According to new research by business school INSEAD, the presence of multicultural members within diverse teams significantly enhances the overall teams’ creative performance. Cultural diversity in business provides many advantages, allowing organizations and teams to benefit from multiple perspectives, knowledge, and ideas. However, differing cultural norms and beliefs can also lead to misunderstanding or conflict, standing in...

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Top 5 Tips For Malaysian Students To Study in USA & UK Colleges/Universities
Dec18

Top 5 Tips For Malaysian Students To Study in USA & UK Colleges/Universities

  It’s nice to note that over the past two or three years, the number of students from Asia, coming to study at British and American universities, has increased. Exhibitions, where universities present their programs, are held regularly not only in capital cities but also on the periphery. British or American professors/universities ambassadors also began to attend such exhibitions, giving potential students a wonderful...

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