Writers in general, struggle with how to compose the introduction to a book or story. They know that if the introduction is drab and non-stimulating, the reader is apt to put it down, never to glance at the second paragraph. If the introduction is engaging and interesting, the reader will want to read further to see what happens or how it ends. Scholarship essays are no different and should be of the highest caliber and they should be written in way that move your readers. The opening of any scholarship essay is the introduction. The introduction can be composed in several styles but it should be very stimulating and replete of information about the topic of the essay. Three types of introductions are: 1) A general/overall statement: This type of opening gives a larger view before bringing the reader to the detail. By expanding the scope of the subject the author is able to move the reader. But the induction should be materially correct and closely aligned to the topic. Furthermore it should be associated with the angle of the subject. 2) A quote involving the subject: This type of presentation assists the readers to engage but if the quotation is digressive then the opening appears to be forced. Every now and then, one has the temptation to bring about a quotation for its own sake; this is a pointless show of learning. When employing a quotation, be sure to use a quotation that is provoking and states something substantial. The scholarship essay that follows should explain the meaning of the quotation or the resolve for using it in your essay. Your essay must build upon the quotation so that readers will want to read further to find out what you have to say. 3) An anecdote or allegory: Begin by telling a brief story. Many writers begin their introductions with an anecdote or a short story that catches the reader’s attention. Make certain the anecdote or short story brings out distinctly the story that comes after it. If the short story gets too long the content is lost sight of. More over anecdote should be interesting and sensational. The second component of writing a scholarship essay is the main body of the paper. The main body of the paper will discuss in particular all the substantive matters of the paper. The last part of the essay is the conclusion, and here the writer will sum up the complete findings of the paper before finally closing the paper. Make sure that with any of the methods you use to introduce your essay, you conclude the introductory paragraph with a solid, well-developed, and thoughtful thesis statement. The language of the essay should be plain and it should be composed in an effective and interesting manner.
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The University of Southamptons Global Enterprise and Entrepreneurship masters degree is led by Dr. Franz Huber who is a Lecturer in Strategy and Innovation.
Before becoming course leader on the University of Southamptons Global Enterprise and Entrepreneurship masters degree he was an ESRC funded Research Fellow at the Open University Business School.
He completed his PhD in economic geography at the University of Cambridge as a Gates Scholar. Before that he was a visiting graduate student at Duke University, and he received an MSc in geography and an MA in sociology from the University of Salzburg.
Franz is currently working on green’ innovation. He is completing his work on an ESRC funded project, which investigates knowledge linkages between UK motorsport and cleantech.
The aim is to get a better understanding of the enablers of, and barriers to, successful knowledge transactions and to explore implications for sustainability transitions and innovation policy.
His PhD project critically investigated the role of personal networks for knowledge flows in innovative clusters. This led him to conduct a detailed survey and also interviews with R&D workers in the Cambridge IT Cluster.
Although the Global Enterprise and Entrepreneurship masters degree leadership role takes up much of his time, Franz is also active in two research groups: the Strategy research group and the Entrepreneurship research group.
Franzs Global Enterprise and Entrepreneurship masters degree was praised by former student Sawanet Vongpan on the University of Southampton Management Schools website.
Sawanet said: The Global Enterprise and Entrepreneurship masters programme provides an excellent combination of learning about the key management theories for enterprise and entrepreneurship, alongside understanding the current business world.
In addition, I have a chance to work with individuals from all over the world. Southampton is the place I was searching for. I could not ask for more! She added.
Southampton Management School has an excellent international reputation for the analytical study of management and business. Studying an MSc Management masters degree, or other postgraduate option, will introduce you to new concepts and knowledge, which can make all the difference in the job market.
All our degrees are taught by research-active academics who are also directly tackling business challenges outside the seminar room and put theory into practice every day.
The Global Enterprise and Entrepreneurship MSc programme (previously known as MSc Strategic Entrepreneurship) is designed specifically to respond to those interested in enterprise and entrepreneurship from a global perspective.
Find out more about the Global Enterprise and Entrepreneurship masters degree by visiting www.southampton.ac.uk/management
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Ever since our childhood, we all dream of perusing different professions like doctor, engineer, journalism, teaching, management, etc and accordingly we take up appropriate education training that is required in turning our dreams into reality. After school, we wish to attain suitable training wherein we can hone our professional skills and acquire proficient learning such that we are prepared completely to face the practical world and apply our gained knowledge in our desired field of interest. However, with globalization, the education prospects have widened and one can acquire good quality education through experienced faculty that can guide students in facing the current global scenario.
Today, there are several education institutes that promise to impart quality education. With an array of options in India and abroad, it becomes extremely difficult to choose the appropriate institutions where in one can invest their hard earned money in gaining knowledge and expert training. Studying abroad is an advantageous option for ambitious students who wish to attain practical training and broaden their knowledge horizons by interacting with students from varied cultures and traditions.
Of all the places of the world, Australia is a desired destination for students all across the globe who wish to Study in Australia for increasing their knowledge horizons. Australia is one of the best places in the world to live while you learn. Despite offering a high standard of living, the beautiful country of Australia offers an opportunity to learn at competitive costs. All work and no play makes jack a dull boy! While you Study in Australia, you can experience the mystic beauty of this exotic land and also the enriching cultural festivals, concerts and museums, to major sporting events.
The educational institutions in Australia boast of imparting high quality education through assigning practical projects to students who get an opportunity to put on their thinking caps and exercise their grey cells! Whether you study in Melbourne or you study in Sydney, you will come across the best education training through the best team of faculty who will support in your entire learning process. After being a part of the famous Australian Universities, you will receive a quality education that will form a strong foundation for your future success.
Australia is famous all across the globe for offering an array of professional Post Graduate Courses. Several students wish to pursue MBA in Australia. The institutes provide an exceptional learning atmosphere amongst modern and high end infrastructure.
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In a developing nation like India with over a billion populations, it is important to have facility which provides free education to poor children. Even the economy is growing fast, though sometimes the markets get into bullish mode, but overall its every where declared that India is the future global leader, a thing that makes every Indian feel proud. But if some one cares to look around, then one grows a little skeptic about the development one gets to hear of. You can notice lots of poor people around who are not getting those basic facilities that we usually take for granted. The condition that strikes terror in anyones heart are the poor children of these poor people whose future as well as the present is so dark.
With no financial support or a proper place to live, without the guarantee of three time food, they have to start working at a very early age, when they should have been in some school. Those who are not working or begging for living are left for the day by their parents in the street to fend for themselves. Their parents too dont have an option other than these. Sending to school to receive the primary education is adopted by few parents, but most of them ignore this and put their kids to work some where. Life has not allowed these children to have a choice to choose the way of education. But does that mean those of us who have given the opportunity to help someone turn a blind eye on this problem saying that its not our headache to provide for others who are less fortunate than us. Its the work of the state administration. After all we dream of making this world a better place to live. So, start lending help in achieving that target.
To start with, it would be better if we start concentrating towards providing free education to those who cannot afford it. Setting up education societies would be a very good idea where poor children will be provided with free education and other facilities like medical facilities, sports kits, stationery and clothing kits for free which lead to an all round development of the children.
Whether you are living in India or abroad, your contribution in some good and dedicated charitable organization working for providing free education would bring cheers in the life of lots of little children who would be living a miserable life other wise. Guru Nanak Garib Niwaj Education Society is founded by Baba Amar Singh Ji is working towards this goal.
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Right to education is one of the basic rights that are given to all the citizens of the country. After independence, many efforts have been made by the Government of the country to educate the people. At the time of independence, the literacy rate of the country was very low of around five to ten percent. The government has taken many steps and recommended many reforms. For spreading education and making it easily accessible to the masses, the Government opened many schools across the country for spreading education. Free education was provided at these schools.
The main aim was to ensure that the people should come to this school and get educated. At that time, the Indian government had asked many big industrial firms and rich people to open schools in order to help them educate people. Many schools were opened by these people to educate the common mass. After the combined efforts by the Government and the nonprofit organizations, the literacy rate in India has increased.
At the end of British rule in 1947, the literacy rate in India was 12% and the present literacy rate in India is 74.04%. India has achieved a lot of success as far as increasing the literacy rate is concerned. But the country has to go a long way as far as achieving the literacy rate is concerned. In various states in India, there is a lot of disparity in the literacy rate. The Government has to take many steps to remove the disparity in terms of education in between various states of the country. Making education is one of few steps that will help in increasing the literacy rate in the country.
One step the Government is taking is that it is opening nursery schools across the country to provide elementary education to the small children. The public schools earlier provided free of cost education to the students. But later a nominal amount was charged. The disparity in literacy rates in various states has to be looked into. The government should also provide the people with public directory India where they look for schools where their children can study. All the facilities and contact information for the schools must be mentioned in the directory. This directory must be available for both offline and online so that the students can access the same from anywhere and anytime.
The writer of this article is a school adviser in OnlineSchoolAdmissions.com and providing free of cost consultancy to parents and schools for fast and easy online school admissions in the pre-schools of India as per their choice. Parents can look for Schools Directory list on the site from where they can get information about Best Schools in Kolkata, CBSE Schools in Faridabad and ICSE schools in Ghaziabad.
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