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I need recommendations for good textbooks for an MBA Business Course?
The book should be in English and accredited for the programme.
I am not a native English Speaker and will attend the course in the USA.
Any information at all regarding the overall MBA syllabus would be appreciated.
ISBN # 0273684671
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Do you think I have an obsession with hitler?
Lately, I have been real interested in Hitler and the Nazi political Party. Not that I am a neo-Nazi, believe me! I’m not….
I want to be a Forensic Anthroplogist and study the Holocaust and everyone is worried I’m taking it too far. I am Currently reading “Mein Kamph” by Hitler.
And I am very emotional about it. I hate when people say bad things about Adolf Hitler. And I got excited when I saw a Swastika on someone’s school project and I used a bible to proove to a Chinese girl that God was responsible for the Holocaust.
Until just now, I realized How demented it is. My mother is worried and so are my friends… Well, Is it normal to be curious?
Curious, no – but to FORCE your thoughts and beliefs on others, YES!!!!
Getting excited over seeing a symbol is one thing – but when you “used a bible to proove to a Chinese girl that God was responsible for the Holocaust”, you crossed the line…
In order to FULLY understand ANY subject – you have to be willing to take your emotions out of the picture. NOBODY (and no THING) is perfect – and there is ALWAYS a down side to every positive (and vice versa).
I’m not going to go into a rant about the specific person you’re obsessed about (Hitler) – I’m sure that there are going to be a LOT of other people who will do this for me…
But to know EVERYTHING about someone (or as much as you can possibly learn) – you MUST give those who say “bad things” about him a chance. That’s not to say that you have to listen to BASHERS – but a calm and reasonable DEBATE can be a very enlightening thing.
Unfortunately, you HAVE chosen a subject that the vast majority of people do NOT see in a positive light – and many of those who DO tend to be VERY fanatical in their praise (such as the Neo-Nazi’s you already mentioned).
To those around you who care about your well being – simply let them know that you are CURIOUS, and be willing to listen to ANY “honest” criticism they might have ;);););)
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How to make your dream about studing in Canada true
Have you been dreaming about studying in Canada? Why not to make you dream come true. There are approximately 150,000 international students enrolling in Canadian universities and colleges every year. These people are not only getting a chance to improve their English or French, but also to experience living in one of the most multicultural nations in the world.
So, stop dreaming. Take action and turn your dream into reality.
There are two options for anyone interested in studying in Canada and they depend on the length of the course you are planning to take.
If you are participating in a short-term course or program, you do not need to apply for study permit. However, it is important to bear in mind that your study cannot extend more than 6 months. Therefore, if you intend to continue your studies or take another course you should consider applying for a study permit before arriving in Canada. This will allow you to extend your stay as a student without the necessity of leaving the country.
If you wish to apply for undergraduate, graduate or apprenticeship programs, you will need to obtain a study permit before coming to Canada.
But, how do you obtain study permit?
In order to apply for a study permit in Canada, you must have a letter of acceptance from a Canadian educational institution. Additionally, you must prove that you have enough funds to cover the tuition and living expenses. An important part of the application kit is police certificate. This documents states that you do not have any criminal record. If the police certificate is not in English or French, you must provide certified translation.
Once you gather all the needed documents and complete the required forms, you must submit you application to a Canadian visa office located outside of Canada.
The visa officer will review your application. If your application was approved you will receive a confirmation letter. Remember to take this letter with you, because based on this document the immigration officer at the Canadian port of entry will issue you a study permit. After that step you will have the opportunity to learn, understand and explore a new culture, meet interesting people, and experience a different life.
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