Boston City Campus
Smiles, fun, music and laughter have been contagious around campus at Boston Media House in Sandton for the past 4 weeks as 3 rd year Public Relations (PR) students launched their Smiles All Around campus charity campaign.
In these times of unending complexity, unpredictability, and uncertainty, a new breed of leadership is urgently needed. We yearn for leaders who are adaptable, capable of thriving amidst chaos, and who can chart a course through the uncharted waters of our rapidly changing world.
According to Natalie Rabson of Boston City Campus & Business College, it is becoming increasingly important for students to choose one of the modern courses of study that are relevant to the modern times in which we are living and working.
This has happened to all of us – and still does to some of us in our dreams! You’ve been studying hard for your economics final assessment, but when you walk into your exam, your mind goes blank. As you read the question paper, you notice your sweaty palms and a rapid heartbeat. Sound familiar?
International research shows that the accountancy and finance sector is seen as the third most stable profession, behind health/ pharmaceuticals, and teaching.
The Boston Group is a pioneer in private higher education specialising in online and distance learning over the past 30 years. The advantages of home-schooling are indisputable, with academic performance at the top of the list.
Studying through a pandemic has been a challenge for students. Some institutions (like Boston!) managed to take their students from classroom to dining room table seamlessly, while others battled to create a virtual classroom. Boston has always relied on technology as an effective learning methodology as technology ensures: academic consistency, quality, delivery and validity of all materials and knowledge transfer.
We have had report after report revealing disheartening information regarding job losses and economic downturns following the pandemic and subsequent lockdown. Over 1.4 million jobs were lost in 2020, and only a fraction of this was expected to be recovered in 2021. Similar events have occurred on a global scale. Is there any good news? Read on and see how you should be pivoting your career, and adjusting expectations with regards to work and studies.
So, we seem to have started off the year a bit ‘late’. With matric results being released in the year following exams, and varsity registrations being delayed, it feels like we are still in the beginning of the year when actually we are approaching the end of the first quarter! What does this mean for businesses? Work place Skills Plans are soon due! :