Claudio Marseglia

Navigating the EdTech Landscape in 2020

EdTech is changing the way how schools and universities engage with their students. After my graduation ceremony at King’s College London, I went to the Edtech UK Conversations conference and the British Educational Training and Technology Show, also called BETT Show, which is the world’s largest education technology show. Apart from having met many EdTech enthusiasts, I also gained a few new

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MSc International Management at King’s College London, University of London

Read this article if you want to know what to expect during the Master of Science (MSc) in International Management at King’s College London, University of London. It includes information about the university, the programme, and the supporting infrastructure at King’s. I hope that these shared insights will help you to make an informed study decision. King’s College London, University

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A Travel Guide for a Road Trip Through California

First of all, book your hotel in Los Angeles and make sure the hotel offers a parking space. Then, one to two weeks before you fly to California, apply for the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA), which is an automated system that determines the eligibility of visitors to travel to the United States under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP).

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Taking a Gap Year: My Personal Experience

I spent 18 months in Australia and New Zealand after completing my high school in Germany. I worked in a restaurant, on a farm, on a construction site, as a door-to-door sales person, and in an internet marketing agency. I was recently asked whether I regret to have taken a Gap Year as it would apparently slow down the career

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Turn Facebook into a Learning Environment

Being on social media is neither good nor bad, it depends on how you use it and for how long you use it. Whenever I go online on Facebook or LinkedIn it feels less like the typical social media experience that includes cat videos and more like learning or broadening my horizon. The reason is that I follow many pages

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Must-Read Books: Business & Money

Your bookshelf says a lot about you. Peter Knox, contributor at The Guardian, argues that sharing your shelf is sharing yourself (Knox, 2012). Reading forms our opinions and values, therefore it is important to make a conscious decision when selecting what to read. What are the must-reads books on business and money, on literature and fiction, on philosophy, on psychology,

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Studying and Living in Europe: Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a wonderful place. I remember when I received the admission letter for studying International Business and Management at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and could not hold back my smile. I just came back from traveling 18 months in Australia and New Zealand and was very excited to start studying. I had many questions such as what will

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