Want To Study in UK? Know Undergraduate Admission in UK
Know About Undergraduate Admission in UK
Pop Quiz: What's the only country in the world that receives more international students than the United States?
Pop Answer: jolly ol'e England.
This is the country that gave birth to William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens and Jane Austin; to Elton John, and the band Coldplay. Trust me, this country has some serious street cred.
And, like a stand out on British Idol - which subsequently spawned American Idol - England's got tremendous range. You can study business in metropolitan London, study literature at Shakespeare's birthplace at Stratford-Upon-Avon or study history in 1,000-year-old Roman baths at the aptly named Bath. And lots more, you will find out soon enough. Here are some of courses, which might interest you.
MUSIC MANAGEMENT @ European School of Economics
The field of music is innately formless and rapidly evolving. This short course in Music Management provides students with a real working structure to guide them through this bewildering maze of music talents all around the world. This course has been developed to meet the needs of students who wish to pursue a business and management career in music and media industries.
MBA IN ARTS MANAGEMENT @ Trinity Saint David University of Wales
If you are interested in exploring today’s arts and culture issues in depth, the MBA of Arts management, both, a full time and part time academic programme. It aims at developing your management skills and strengthens their performance within a wider context of art management issues in the UK ad beyond. It also develops your intellectual skills, including critical reasoning, analysis, creativity and reflection within a firm academic foundation.
LAND ECONOMY: ENVIRONMENT, LAW, and ECONOMICS @ University of Cambridge
At the heart of it, this programme deals with law economics and their relationship to the built and the natural environment. The course also includes principles of business regulation, financial aspects of real estate and matters of international development and several other areas of focus.
MSC IN EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING @ Imperial College London
Does that magnitude of earthquakes impress or interest you? MSc in earthquake engineering provides training in the analysis, design and assessment of the structures under seismic actions and other extreme loading conditions. The syllabus covers a comprehensive set of topics related to structural engineering, earthquake engineering, engineering seismology, soil dynamics and advanced numerical techniques.
Check it out: www3.imperial.ac.uk/
MSc IN ENTOMOLOGY AND MSC IN INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT @ Imperial College London
Based in the Silwood Park Campus, it is intended for graduates in a biological, environment or related subject science. This is a 19 week programme and it can be completed at Imperial or any other affiliated university in London. The good news is that most of the students have gone to work in the crop protection sector or of course, you could also your PhD.
MSC IN FOOD SECURITY @ University of Edinburg
Learn about the factors that affect and are affected by food security. These include the agronomic, environmental, economic, and socio political factors. This is your chance to contribute to humanity’s efforts to achieve and sustain food security in the future.
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BA MAJOR, JOINT AND MINOR HONOURS IN ETHNOMUSICOLOGY @ Queen’s university Belfast
Now that’s a really funny sounding course name. However its very interesting as it explores the various social and cultural dimensions of world music. Fieldwork and music analysis illuminates the politics, gender, meaning, aesthetics and social organization. Inc case you were wondering, all kinds of music are investigated in the courses!
MENG (HONS) IN MOTOR SPORTS ENGINEERING @ University of Central Lancashire.
Accelerate your brain with a 4-year fill time Bachelors’ Programme concerned with providing the expertise to progress to the levels in a wide variety of motor sports companies and engineering industries. To do this, there is a full accreditation with 2 engineering Council institutions whilst maintaining the same commitment to real racing and real engineering.
These are just some of the interesting ones that I came across. The fact remains, no matter where you go in England, you're bound to run into something educational. And more often than not, that something just happens to also be both fascinating and fun.