Anyone who has one’s eye on an MBA has to think ahead first: Where can I work after it and what do I want to achieve?
Brexit has given urgency to the UK’s quest to be a major international trading partner beyond Europe, while at the same time highlighting the importance of our continuing connection with our European neighbours. Among the skills and capabilities the UK will need an understanding of other cultures and languages will continue to be important for successful international relationships at all levels.
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is one of the leading social science universities not only in UK but also in the whole world. LSE is a specialist university with a global reach. Its research and teaching cover different areas from economics, politics and law to sociology, anthropology, accounting and finance. LSE has 15 Nobel prize winners. LSE has students from around 140 countries worldwide, and a network of over 92,000 alumni in 196 countries.In 2008/09 the School had 8,700 full-time students and over 800 part-time students.
Studying in UK? It‘s easier and cheaper than you think!
Normally, studying in the UK is associated with high costs. But it does not have to be like this, as there are many solutions on how to cut costs and Brexit does not change this. First of all let‘s check what to do to get into university and how to choose the right one.
BioM, the network organization for the biotechnology sector in Munich and Bavaria, is celebrating its 20th anniversary. The agency, promoted by the Bavarian Ministry of Economics, has been developing and expanding Bavaria as a biotechnology center since 1997. Since then, a total of 3.8 billion Euros have been invested in the area from private capital. BioM supports five to ten start-ups each year. In 1997, 64 biotechnology companies were located in Munich; today, there are 188.