While it may seem like common sense to assume that opting for an undergraduate law programme directly after school is the best start en route to becoming a lawyer, there are other ways that hold just as much credibility with employers.
With the number of online education programmes increasing, there has never been a better time to study online. A recent study from The Economist suggests that, compared to their online counterparts, the traditional on-campus programmes are under threat and in decline.
Digital marketing strategy plays a major role in the gaming industry and companies spend millions marketing their games, sometimes even more than developing them!
Legal cases and disputes that get taken to court are serious matters, often with precedent-setting significance and high emotional and monetary cost. All are carried out with the respect and solemnity appropriate for a judicial proceeding. Except, of course, when they are utterly ridiculous.
The phrase “cash is king” is used when analysing the fiscal health of a business or investment portfolio. Given certain market conditions at any given time, it may be advantageous for a financial concern to hold a large amount of cash rather than ploughing assets into volatile investments or other insecure expenditures.
What’s better than being a celebrity? Being a celebrity with a business degree! Before these high-profile figures conquered their respective fields and achieved fame, they were academic success stories. While education and celebrity may not appear to go hand in hand, it’s clear in these cases that achieving a business degree massively contributed to their future accomplishments.
Whether you are a fresh-faced school leaver, or a currently employed professional, there are a host of good reasons to consider studying while working. While this may sound like a huge undertaking, every conscientious employee desires to perform well and give themselves the best chance to further their career.
Nowhere is the trait of instant gratification more evident than in contemporary culture and the fashion industry. In previous years, consumers were willing to purchase merchandise from major fashion labels for the brand name and guaranteed quality. However, today’s consumers desire the same latest fashions but are not willing to pay the major price tag because they do not hold quality in the same high regard.
To welcome our students back-to-school, and to (hopefully) alleviate some stress, InterActive asked its staff and faculty to choose their favourite books as part of a recommended reading list.
As we approach a future simply brimming with technology, increasingly entwined global communities, potentially cashless societies and exclusively online currencies, who can we enlist to navigate these uncertain seas of change when it comes to the future of our money and the implications attached?