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UAE leads world with highest number of international schools

UAE leads world with highest number of international schools

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has retained its position at the top of the world’s listing for countries with the most number of English-medium international schools at 589, compared to only 511 last year. The data was released by The International Schools Consultancy (ISC), a leading global market intelligence and research firm focused on international […]

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Yes, I want to be a doctor

Well, I always wanted to be a doctor, wearing a white coat, having people listen to me when I speak, the room is hush and what I say is final.  Every body waits for my decision and people wait to see me. There is aura in the atmosphere when a doctor passes by, and of […]

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So you want to be an Engineer

The word Engineer is derived from Engine which meant at that time anyone who worked on engines or machines. Till today anyone working on creating engines or a similar item is named “engineer“. So when a student comes to me and says that he wants to study engineering I ask what type? And that’s when […]

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“Success – It’s all about mindset”

Imagine the scene: You’re in class and your teacher presents you with a new concept. It’s quite complex and a lot to wrap your head around. Many of your classmates manage to grasp it almost immediately, and set-to on the tasks in front of them. How would you react? “I can’t do it.” “It’s too […]

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Career Forum

Are Entrepreneurs “born” entrepreneurs?

One might describe an entrepreneur as an independent thinker, an innovator, or perhaps a risk taker. Entrepreneurial employees are passionate enough to work out of their garages if that’s what it takes to get the company up and running. Consider Bill Gates, who was so enthusiastic about computers that he dropped out of Harvard University […]

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10 REASONS FOR A JOB REJECTION

By NourYounis, InternsME Still feeling down about your last job rejection e-mail? It might take time to heal your ego, but it’s important to stay focused and know where things went wrong – basically, learn from your mistakes! Job rejections happen for many different reasons: some related to you, and others have absolutely nothing to […]

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Engineering – it’s right at your fingertips

The increasing dependence on technology for our standard of living requires a more technologically trained work-force. From urban centres to remote corners of the Earth, from the depths of the oceans to the edge of space, humanity has always sought to transcend barriers, overcome challenges, and create opportunities that improve life in our part of […]

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Gaming

By ShyamalaElango Game design is the art of elaborating rules and mechanics to facilitate interaction between players for playful, educational or simulation purposes. As a game designer, you work with a team developing and designing video games. Why should someone aim for a career in the Games industry? You get to enjoy a developing industry […]

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Shout it Out

The Tree of Life

ShanaiTanwar (IX-A) I glance through the foliage of a most unlikely tree. Hidden by other lives, I glance without a clue; my thoughts smudged by nature’s decree. I tremble with fear, knowing that the clouds I see have held the rain, so very dear, and have sinisterly released them free. Such is the universe’s grace, […]

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PLAN and PROCEED

RameezaParveen, XI-commerce, The Central School, Dubai. Planning today, presenting tomorrow. Lazy today, losing tomorrow. Aim today, arrow tomorrow. No moon today, new moon tomorrow. Young feel today, younger tomorrow. One drop today, ocean tomorrow. Unless today, useless tomorrow. Resting today, rushing tomorrow. Feathers today, flying tomorrow. Update today, upgrade tomorrow. Tobacco today, tablets tomorrow. Utilize […]

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Straight Talk : 60+ Earth Hour

Straight Talk : 60+ Earth Hour

Proof that high achieving teenagers are always keen on getting their environmental influence across – messages of 6 UAE youngsters who are making a difference… It is often felt that in order to be a high achieving student, one needs to be academically-oriented, possess leadership abilities, be excellent speakers and be relevant in the social […]

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Is it the question of necessity?

By Kavya Prasad Congratulations to The Young Vision for opening a ‘Straight Talk’ on one of today’s most trending topics – Are examinations necessary?  I was just following the news of the recently held 10th board exams in India and the mass copying and cheating adopted by students of some state schools there. Why is this happening? […]

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Upcoming Events

TYV 4th Science Symposium – APRIL 2017

The 4th Science Symposium 2017 will organise by TYV (The Young Vision) education magazine on April 2017. More Details will Come Soon!!

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4th Inter-School YOUNG BUSINESS TALENT HUNT (YBTH) – OCTOBER 2017

4th YOUNG BUSINESS TALENT HUNT 2017, is an initiative from Skyline University College and The Young Vision aimed at improving students’ self-confidence and giving them a chance at becoming self-reliant so that they are not totally dependent on employment, to build-up self-awareness and impart qualities such as self-motivation and financial responsibility. Scheduled to: October 2017 […]

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4th Let’s Talk Counselor Meet – November 2017

The Young Vision and Skyline University College Will organize its 4th Let’s Talk – School Counsellor Workshop on November 2017. Details Will Cone Soon!!  

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3rd PROTeachers Workshop – APRIL 2017

The Young Vision – Education Magazine in association with Skyline University College invites you to “3rd PROTeachers Workshop 2017” on APRIL 2017. Details Will Cone Soon!!

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