Thinking about getting an MBA after you graduate from college? Its a tempting idea given that the average MBA holder earns approximately $3.2M dollars over their lifetime versus just $2.7M for those with only a bachelor’s. Have you ever thought about where the idea of an MBA and graduate business school originated from though? Well [ Read More ]
You’re in class and your professor has just announced that a large part of your grade is based on a group project. You just had one of two reactions: you either let out a groan of despair, your mind wandering back to past disasters of group projects, wondering how to keep a decent grade with [ Read More ]
A great infographic from MastersDegree.net showing how students of today score higher than ever and why this is happening. Are we smarter or are we actually learning much much less? You decide.
Whether you are starting college as a freshman or a seasoned student, you are probably trying to organize some last minute preparations before hitting the books for another year. Every student has a different objective for the upcoming year, but the steps to achieve them are often similar. We at College Prowler have compiled three [ Read More ]
One of my sorority chapter advisers said it best: “Recruitment is 24/7.” Everything you do — from what you wear to what you say on your Facebook wall — reflects upon the organization you’re involved in. While this certainly holds true for those who participate in Greek Life, this doesn’t stop there. You can also [ Read More ]
A Master’s degree is worth over$2 million in earnings over a lifetime. Thus, it goes without saying that it’s a good investment to continue your education. And now it’s easier than ever to earn your advanced degree, as many colleges and universities have begun offering Master’s programs online. When it’s time to pick the right [ Read More ]
This post is part of program called “Charged and Ready” by Sony Electronics and Microsoft, where a group of college bloggers have been given a Sony VAIO-S series laptop to test and review. Sony recently challenged college bloggers of all types to try out their all new Sony Vaio S laptop “unplugged for a day” [ Read More ]
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Time always seems to go faster when we least want it to, right? Especially when school, and thus exams, new teachers, papers, and long nights are looming. I don’t know about y’all (yeah, I go to school in Texas), but I’m really hoping to make the most of the dying rays of sun-soaked summer. So, [ Read More ]
In This Section: School
As the most important part of attending college, this category offers you advice on choosing classes, how to arrange your class schedule, purchasing books and planning your course of study. But of course there is more to school than just planning: we also give you study tips, advice on time management, we show you how to form a relationship with your professor and peers, and how to succeed when you are feeling overworked or stressed out. We also cover tips on internships, jobs, and what happens after college; you know, graduation? Whether you need to find out the best place to buy your textbooks or how to deal with a lousy professor, we’ve got the tips and advice for you.