James Cook University Singapore Student Review

James Cook University Singapore Student Review

Asia
Courses at the JCU I had to choose 4 courses and chose Strategic Entrepreneurship , Interactive Marketing , Managing Consumer Markets and Business, Environment and Society in the Tropics. Overall, I was happy with the selection. Some subjects turned out to be more difficult than expected, but still everything is feasible. In contrast to my home university, where there is mostly an exam at the end of the semester, which counts 100% as an overall grade, at the JCU there are usually 3 or 4 "smaller" assignments to be mastered, which are then weighted differently as the overall grade for the subject counting. This can be an online test, a report or blog entry, a presentation or a video as well as a business plan followed by a presentation. In…
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Children Education in Bangladesh

Children Education in Bangladesh

Asia
Too few trained midwives, malnutrition, low quality education and unhygienic conditions adversely affect children's health and development in Bangladesh. The country is one of the most catastrophes in the world, and it is the most vulnerable children who live in the worst affected areas. The People's Republic of Bangladesh is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. The country is almost completely surrounded by India, but also borders Myanmar. Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya live in refugee camps in Bangladesh after fleeing violence and torture in their homeland. Rohingya are an ethnic and religious minority in Myanmar who have long been persecuted and denied citizenship. It was in August 2017 that the Myanmar military burned villages, murdered, raped and tortured people from the Rohingya ethnic group in…
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Chongqing – a Giant City in the Middle of China

Chongqing – a Giant City in the Middle of China

Asia
Known as an industrial city, Chongqing is not only a destination for business travelers, as the huge metropolis also has plenty to do for the average city holidaymaker. A giant city in the middle of China Whether it’s spicy food, adorable pandas or more than a thousand-year-old attractions, Chongqing, located on the edge of the Tibetan Plateau, offers plenty to experience. Located in a deep valley in the middle of China, according to DigoPaul, Chongqing is one of the fastest growing cities in the country - and already one of the largest. The growth of Chongqing began during World War II, when many factories moved inland to safety from the heat of war. Already in the past, the central location had made Chongqing an important trading place, and industrial growth…
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