Search Results for Tag: Stereotypes
This week I expect to get my diploma – one more step in my higher education which began in 2006. I’ve been thinking a lot about what these years have meant, especially in terms of my decision to leave my original university and study somewhere else.
Several weeks ago I read an interesting column in a daily business newspaper where famous and respected economist Konstantin Sonin touched upon university ratings. The professor’s argument astonished me because he compared the Russian higher education system with its foreign counterparts and went on to say ranking Russian universities at all has basically no point!
DateJuly 6, 2012 | 10:16 am
When I returned home after my two-year master’s course, the only things of any value I had were my laptop and my camera. Before I got too worried about having to start life all over again, I quickly reminded myself of the non-material possessions that I came back with. One of those was living and learning with people from different cultures – almost like learning in the classroom of the world! I wish this was an experience everyone could have, especially those from my own country.
DateJune 7, 2012 | 1:07 pm
TagsEthnic groups, Intercultural learning, Job hunt, jobs, Kenya, Kenyan Crisis, Stereotypes, Study abroad, Tribalism
I think the topic of gender equality is one of the key topics in the world, including in the educational sphere. And I hope it is achieved in most countries in the world. As for Russia, boys and girls have the same chances no matter which school you look at: kindergarten, primary, secondary or high.
Unfortunately, the government’s policy at some of these levels is not very well organized.
DateMay 15, 2012 | 11:08 am