Posts Categorized: Northern Europe

Date Posted: October 20, 2014

Tuition fees in the United Kingdom are a relatively recent invention, they’ve been around since the late 90’s and at the time, the £1000 fees seemed extortionate. Wonder what those same complainants would feel about the £9000 fees today with a chance of possible future increases?   Still, we compare the UK’s fee system to… Read more »

Date Posted: September 09, 2014

It’s always interesting looking at league tables and in my respects, this year isn’t too different from previous years with the top ten all being United Kingdom and United States schools.   California Institute of Technology – 94.9 Points Harvard University – 93.9 Points University of Oxford – 93.9 Points Stanford University – 93.8 Points… Read more »

Date Posted: July 10, 2014

It’s no doubt that Nigeria is rapidly rising to become a global superpower due to its discovery of oil and stabilization of government and education facilities. But now more than ever, Nigeria’s progress has skyrocketed especially fast thanks to a couple of new developments in the country.   First and foremost, the country has obtained… Read more »

Date Posted: March 12, 2014

The east and northern regions of the world are often criticized, for lack of a better term, for a non-civilized view of economic and educative principles. But in recent years the world has seen a sharp turn in many of these countries and it’s been shown that these outdated, and frankly, bigoted views are reminiscent… Read more »

Date Posted: March 12, 2014

Once every four years athletes gather from all across the globe to compete on snow and ice to take the gold medals in the Winter Olympics, but these sports are not just limited to the coldest regions of the planet: this event has taken place on three different continents in eleven countries with the first… Read more »

Date Posted: March 12, 2014

Typically considered one of the most developed regions of the world, the European continent holds a massive amount of cities supporting around 740 million people and covering over 10 million kilometres squared of landmass. The continent is also home to some of the most notable sights and scenes in the world and below we discuss… Read more »

Date Posted: March 12, 2014

Only last weekend the pioneer electronic music festival, possibly even the world’s premiere electronic music event, Sonar Stockholm in Barcelona, came to a close. This year we saw amazing artists including Daphni, Clark, Floating Points, Abdulla Rashim, Sisy Eye and Nadja Chatti on the Friday, and Jon Hopkins, Aeroplane, TM404, Naomi Pilgrim, Downliners Sekt and… Read more »