Magoosh GRE

Tag: UK

Hiv In Children In The Uk: Effects On The Child And Family

| August 25, 2016

Introduction The overarching theme of this essay is the effect of child health on the child and family. Concepts of health and illness are explored in pursuit of ways in which children’s health can be protected and maintained on different levels. The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and its consequent disease state (AIDS) have in recent […]

Continue Reading

Applying Marxism to contemporary issues of work and employment

| December 17, 2012

Introduction Marx’s extensive writings about society, economics and politics, hold that all society progresses through class struggle. He was particularly critical of capitalism. Marx argued that current society is run by the wealthy middle and upper classes purely for their own benefit and predicted this would produce internal tensions (and eventually self-destruction and the rise […]

Continue Reading

How was the UK formed? How the geographical formation of Great Britain took shape

| December 15, 2012

Introduction Over millions of years, the earth has changed geologically in so many ways, over a period of eras and a number of periods in each era. During each era continents collided and moved due to tectonic plate movements. Seas levels fell and rose over millions of years depositing different types of sediments across the […]

Continue Reading

Incompatible legislation and Human Rights in the UK

| December 14, 2012

Introduction First of all, much debate in the United Kingdom amongst commentators and some judges in relation to the human rights are currently being generated. The amalgamation of the European convention on human rights was introduced by Tony Blair (prime minister of the United Kingdom from the 2nd of May to the 27th June 2007) […]

Continue Reading

Domestic violence and ethnic minority Women living in the UK with “no recourse to public funds”

Domestic violence and ethnic minority Women living in the UK with “no recourse to public funds”

| December 11, 2012

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH THE STUDY The focus of this study is to discuss the impact of domestic violence on black ethnic minority women living in the UK. To discuss intervention support services available and limitations faced in accessing statutory and voluntary organisations services. The topic has been chosen following a successful volunteering placement […]

Continue Reading

Examine the use of stereotyping in the media and evaluate if they impact on people

| December 11, 2012

Introduction The judgments we make about people, events or places are based on our own direct impressions. But for most of the knowledge, we rely on media. The media actually re-present the world to us. However, the media only shows us some aspects of the world, ignoring the rest. So basically, the media chooses what […]

Continue Reading

How can coherence between the european convention on human rights and community law be achieved by the European union?

| December 11, 2012

Introduction Essentially there can be no doubt as to the significance that Member States and the Treaties attach to fundamental rights. It is declared that the Union is founded inter alia on “the respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms”. It also provides that the Union must respect fundamental rights, as guaranteed by the European Convention on […]

Continue Reading

How to Apply for Funding for a Postgraduate Degree in the UK

How to Apply for Funding for a Postgraduate Degree in the UK

| April 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Fulbright scholarship program is very well-known and some students believe that the UK has no similar scholarship programmes, but this is an erroneous assumption. For students living in a Commonwealth country there are various funding options for those who wish to pursue a post-graduate degree in Britain. There are particular scholarships which target students […]

Continue Reading

Where should I consider studying in the UK?

Where should I consider studying in the UK?

| February 2, 2012 | 4 Comments

The first thing to consider is which university has the best course to suit your needs.

Continue Reading

Enjoy these Public Holidays while studying in the UK

Enjoy these Public Holidays while studying in the UK

| February 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

The first public holiday of every year is January 1st when the British population has a chance to recover after the parties that happened on New Year’s Eve.

Continue Reading

Why Choose the UK for Post-Grad Study?

Why Choose the UK for Post-Grad Study?

| January 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

There are many reasons why thousands of post graduate students choose the UK for Higher Education.

Continue Reading

Benefits for International Students in the UK

Benefits for International Students in the UK

| January 25, 2012 | 1 Comment

Students have to live on a fairly tight budget, generally, and in Britain there are several ways to buy things cheaply.

Continue Reading

Can International Students Work in the UK?

Can International Students Work in the UK?

| December 9, 2011 | 0 Comments

If you have a visa which says “No work” or “Work prohibited” then you cannot work while in the UK.

Continue Reading

How to Find Student Accommodation in the UK

How to Find Student Accommodation in the UK

| December 9, 2011 | 0 Comments

The good news is that International students are given priority in university Halls of Residence, as long as you have indicated on the initial form you filled in that you require accommodation.

Continue Reading

Education in the UK Compared to Other Countries – India, China, Nigeria.

| October 16, 2011 | 1 Comment

The education system in the UK is split into three sectors, primary, secondary and tertiary, or higher, funded by government. Primary and secondary school is compulsory, then you may move on, depending on your examination results, to further education (FE), normally colleges or specialist institutions, or higher education (HE), where subjects are mostly provided by […]

Continue Reading