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  1. Researching university options for event management courses.

    Course cost is £9,000 a year 4. Entry requirements are GCSE Maths and English (grade C or above) Access to HE in social sciences(at least 33 credits at merit or distinction) The first year of the course is to Familiarise yourself with how events fit into the world of arts, entertainment and the media and Discover the principles of design and learn what it takes to manage conferences and events. The aim of the second year is to broaden your knowledge of festivals, exhibitions, conferences, planning and managing people and expand your knowledge of event innovation and the promotion of events.

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  2. P e r s o n a l s t a t e m e n t for a Psychology Course

    Remembering how interesting the book was makes me want to learn more from it. Although most of my questions were answered, I found myself having more questions than before. From that day on, I realised that I wanted to pursue a career in Psychology. After completing my Irish leaving cert (GCSE), without hesitation I applied at the Westminister University to study (2009) "exploring psychology" and successfully completed my first year and got awarded the full credits of 40 points.

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  3. Personal Statement Example - Neurosurgery

    Psychology will improve my written communication skills, which I believe to be important for any subject at university. Business Studies will allow me to gain knowledge of managing finance. Throughout my life I have always been committed to my work and always had a long-term goal and interest in learning about the brain and becoming a neurosurgeon; I have a lot of influences since many of my family members have become doctors and surgeons and have become my role models to achieve my goal. Since primary school, I had seen myself helping and changing lives of others in the future.

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  4. Letter of recommendation invite

    Could you please comment on some of the following points in your letter? 1. My grade in your Chemistry class (I received a B+). 2. My participation in your class and contributions. 3. My involvement in helping other students with chemistry homework, especially students who had a difficult time with the subject. As you may remember, I tutored Roxanna Barrios three times a week for one semester and her grade improved from a C- to a B. 4.

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  5. Public Services: international institutions. Police officers should have a general understanding of the main players and their respective missions/causes

    The UN is made up of 193 countries and there are 6 parts to the UN. They are the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council, the Trusteeship Council, the International Court of Justice and the Secretariat. 1. The General Assembly is made up of all the member nations. Its members meet annually at UN headquarters. Its specific duties are the election of the members of the Economic and Social Council, the board of the UN Industrial Development Organization, and some members of the Trusteeship Council.

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  6. Personal Statement - Equine Rehabilitation and Therapy

    It was there that I learnt to ride on the hills of rural Scotland, and I found something that I didn?t even realise I wanted or needed. It changed me as a person and now I couldn?t imagine life without it. As I grew up and matured, so did my riding. I learnt to ride on the back of a little naughty pony around a field, and it is in the same setting that I developed as a rider, and a person.

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  7. My personal statement. As much as I enjoy all aspects of my geographical and world development studies, Ive discovered that Im more drawn to the human side as opposed to the physical

    the Caretta Caretta Loggerhead Sea Turtles which has prevented the lakes and coastlines being used to the same extent for tourist resorts and water sports. Earlier in the summer I had the opportunity to take part in volunteer work in Uganda with a charity called ?the Amigos?. It was a life changing experience and it put the long pages of notes on intermediate technology into real life where I experienced the construction and distribution of water filters into the local community.

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  8. The influence of the style of European cuisine on British cuisine

    Also there has been an increase of dishes that contain meats such as chorizo which can be found across the country, other dishes such as rice pudding and gazpacho are also well known dishes which have influenced the British cuisine. It has also become easy to find recipe books and other information on Spanish cuisine.

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  9. Cellphones and Car accidents

    Due to the attention these devices require to operate, cell phones cause most of the driving accidents. Drivers should not use their cell phones while driving and only concentrate on the road. When the cell phones were introduced in the world for the first time, it was a milestone. Even though they were bulky, it was enough to grab the attention of the whole world. At first it was difficult to own one due to the cost, but as time went by, they became more and more affordable. According to Jaymi Heimbuch?s report, ?there are at least 223 millions cell phone users over the age of thirteen and this is estimated to go up by forty to fifty percent? (1).

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  10. Public Services Unit 3, Citizenship

    Qualities of Citizens: A good citizen takes personal responsibility for obligations to family and community. They also always do their personal best. actively participating in their civic responsibilities (i.e. voting and volunteering) Hardworking Dedicated Patriotism Loyalty Respect for our fellow Society Respect for authority Respecting our Constitution Obeying the law, voting Being a positive influence in our community Paying our taxes Attitudes and Awareness to other people: Non-judgemental as everyone deserves a fair chance Friendly to others Empathetic to others Helpful to others Equal Opportunity given Acknowledgement of other races and respecting their views Respecting different religions and cultures Diversity: The definition of diversity in the dictionary is the state or fact of being different; unlikeness and variety.

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  11. How does building policy in Wales compare with policy in Scotland in terms of sustainability?

    I will then research the same information for Scotland. I will compare the findings of my research and take note of the similarities and difference in planning policy in the two devolved nations. Next, I will conduct an interview with the Senior Planning Officer at Conwy Council Planning Department, James Harland, about the effects of the sustainability regulations on his work and projects. Finally, I will analyse the results of my interview and compare them to the results of my own research so as to form a reliable conclusion about my topic.

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