Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is a degree course designed to impart strong foundations in business fundamentals, applied knowledge in active market and real-world enterprise scenario. The course is typically for a four-year collegiate duration (though some colleges do have three year courses), with focus on general studies for the initial part, gradually specializing in the business aspect of choice. The business aspects include a wide ambit view of several sub-streams like marketing, finance, management, entrepreneurship, international business, resource management etc….
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‘We Created a School System Based on Equality’ – Finnish minister of education, Krista Kiuru (2014)
To the outsider, particularly from the United States, the Finnish education system seems like one which makes a habit out of bucking trends. Children don’t begin school until they are 7, have longer recess and holidays (up to 300 hours more per year) than an average American kid, no exclusive ‘private’ schools, ‘gifted’ programs and scholarships or divide based on economic backgrounds. Every child at the age of 7 is supposed to enroll in a government sponsored schooling system.
Until the recent Research from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) showed up, the United States education system was unquestionably the best in the world. Not only was the investment of highest order, the overall results and international standing was highly rated as well.
For years OECD has conducted the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) to set a benchmark for incoming students in this country. The basis for this research was raw data collected from over 65 countries which comprise nearly 90% of global economy, showing a direct correlation between excellence in Mathematics and Science to financial growth and economic prosperity….