It’s not surprising that more and more schools are offering degrees earned entirely online, or that more and more university students are enrolling in web-based courses. Considering the upward trend of online schooling, will physical colleges ever be rendered obsolete? Top10OnlineColleges.org explores this in the following infographic.
Every year there are billions of scholarship dollars awarded. The folks at Affordable-Online-Colleges.net show you how to get YOUR piece of the pie.
Believe it or not, but there are ways to make college a little more affordable. Check out the following infographic presented by Affordable-Online-Colleges.net to learn all about it.
College is the big word on many students’ tongues. Let’s take a closer look at higher education in America in this infographic from Affordable-Online-Colleges.net.
College doesn’t seem as overwhelming if you know how to hack your way through it. Check out the following infographic presented by BestCollegeReviews.org to learn how to survive college.
Education costs have risen exponentially over the past thirty years and yet more students choose the college route in hopes of earning a better salary. But here’s the question we need to be asking ourselves in today’s highly competitive world: Is it worth it? isucceedbook.com explores this in the following infographic.
6 % of undergraduates and 4 percent of graduate students in 4-year colleges have “seriously considered attempting suicide” in the past year—and nearly half of each group did not tell anyone. This infographic looks at the untold story of student suicides.
Finding a job in todays’ economy may seem like a challenge, but if you lack a degree, it may be impossible. More frequently than ever, jobs are requiring a degree. Best Masters Degrees has created an infographic entitled “I Need a Degree for that?” which uncovers jobs you never knew would require a degree, and details the salary and the cost of the necessary degree.
It’s very common for recent college graduates to have trouble finding entry-level positions directly after graduation. This infographic reveals some interesting stats, such as 39% of employers world-wide feeling that recent grads do not possess the skills needed to excel in even the most basic of professional jobs.
As the school year starts, many new seniors are beginning to invest their time discovering what they’d like to pursue in college. This can be a difficult, confusing road for many students. Grad School Hub has created an infographic entitled “Choosing the Right Degree”, outlining different fields of study, along with factors like money, faculty, and quality of life, to help people find a degree (And a field) that can keep them on the road to success.
Check out this infographic which covers a wide range of lifestyle areas while living in dorms. These 41 life enhancing tips will improve your experience while living in your dorm room.
Student debt almost tripled between 2004 and 2012. It now stands at over $1.1 trillion, making student loan debt the largest form of consumer debt outside of mortgages. How did tuition for US colleges and universities get so high and how does the US stand compared to other developed countries?
BluePromoCode surveyed 100 college students to find their biggest trends for the year – including social media, dating, and savings habits. Here are the results.
With time, degrees have become less traditional. Because of science and technology, many new areas of expertise are opening up. Check out the infographic below to learn about the best degrees of the 21st century.