Your Degree Does not Define You!

What can a degree do for you? It is, in essence, a piece of paper that a university has provided you in recognition of your ability within a subject.

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Britain in Yemen

One of the Middle East’s poorest countries (at a collapsing GDP growth of -9.8%), Yemen finds itself at the epicentre of a dire conflict and civil war.

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Career: As Yet Untitled

When discussing the careers of the future, there is often talk of several jobs being automated with technological advances in robotics. However, robots are still a long way from taking over, and in the meantime, the changing nature of labour market means that there will be new jobs in the future that do not exist now, but what are these jobs.

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China's Challenge With Food Production

A challenge resulting from the ever increasing population in China is the production of agriculture. With a population of 24 million people and rising fast, food production will become ever more crucial in the city of Shanghai.

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Why Do Schools Compete?

Competition between schools was brought by the idea of marketisation being put into practice whereby education was being shifted from a state provided service into the marketplace. As a result, choice was developed, encouraging competition to develop between schools.

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