Mshai graduated from the University and is no longer a blogger. Mshai was a distance-learning MBA student living and working in Nairobi, Kenya.
Students looking to study for a UK MBA specializing either in Finance or Management can apply for a partial scholarship through Scholarships Africa (SCHOLAF). Best of luck!
Elitist without being Elite! Leicester maintains its standing as a University of choice for Business and Management by making it to No. 10 in The Guardian University Guide 2014. Kudos Leicester!
Posted in Career, Distance Learning, Employment, Future, Graduation, Postgraduate Study, Reseach, Work | Tagged School of Management, University of Leicester, University of Leicester School of Management
It goes without say that student debt is a harsh reality of higher education. More often than not. the penny crunch is a matter of anxiety for most of us especially towards the end of the academic year. However … all is not lost … The Telegraph has put together a supplement on options for […]
Another exam diet is round the corner and I’m sure the usual anxiety and trepidation pangs are biting. If you’re in the upper percentile of those who are super-organized and plan all their studying in advance then kudos to you. But if you’re in the majority who wing it at the last minute, then all […]
Posted in Dissertation, Essay, Exams, Reseach, Revision, Stress | Tagged Auditory/Verbal Learning, Effectiveness, Group Work, Seven Habits, Study Time, Tactile/Kinesthetic Learning, Visual/Non-Verbal Learning, Visual/Verbal Learning
Lifelong Learning …. … is a term that is often used to refer to self-motivated, on-going and voluntary pursuit of knowledge for either personal or vocational reasons. And distance learning is exactly one of the ways in which this is achieved in the 21st Century. This is an area in which University of Leicester has […]
Posted in Career, Distance Learning, Employment, Future, Study Abroad, Studying | Tagged Career Development Service, Career Support, Co-Education, Distance Learning, Learning at a Distance, University of Leicester
We’re almost smack down at the end of the 1st quarter of 2014 and it is likely that at this time, some of you are already taking stock of your progress thus far … especially in light of the famed ‘new year resolutions’ … quite understandable. On the academic front, the first exam diet has […]
University of Leicester starts a new course on Future Learn on 31st March 2014 that explores how the police use science in criminal investigations and how it interacts with the criminal justice system. To read more about it or register your interest, please visit Forensic Science and Criminal Justice on Future Learn
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Credit Crunch … Budget Freeze … Pay Cut … Many of us are living under this reality of pinching pennies and counting pounds. Yet this should not prevent us from celebrating Valentine’s Day in a pocket-friendly yet meaningful and memorable way. Here’s a juicy selection of some affordable ways in which we can celebrate the […]
Valentine’s Day is just a couple of heartbeat’s away and it is not be surprising that the rose is a flower on the spotlight this week. Did you know that Kenya is a lead exporter of rose cut flowers to the European Union (EU) with a market share of about 38%? Approximately 65% of exported flowers […]
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