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The Occupational English Test (OET) was developed to test healthcare professionals’ English communication abilities. OET tests English language ability in four areas: Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. Test-takers will need to demonstrate their ability to understand and answer questions about: Understanding OETHow and Where OET is administeredAn Overview of OETFilling Out the Answer SheetGeneral healthcare...
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Ireland is a small island nation, located on the western-most tip of Europe and beside the UK.  Being an island, Ireland has a long history of emigration and, in recent decades especially, a proud history or inward migration where people of many nationalities have chosen to happily live, work and study in Ireland. So, what’s...
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International University
International University Access There are many things that may hinder your application to an overseas university. Foundation courses provide an alternative pathway to access opportunities to study a degree at an international university. But what exactly is a foundation course? Foundation courses are designed to help you overcome any limitations your school education or English...
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Wherever you currently are in your studies or career, you’re continually told that the only way to find a good job, be noticed for promotion, and build a secure future is to rise above mediocrity. But what exactly does that mean? And more importantly, how do you go about doing so? First: Define Mediocrity To...
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If the global pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that you don’t have to physically be in another place to enjoy work opportunities and productive collaboration. But, to paraphrase Uncle Ben from Spiderman, with great power to transcend physical borders comes great responsibility. Here’s why…   Borders? What borders? We’re living in a world where...
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At first glance, it may seem like just a fine line between being able to access any piece of information you’ll ever need and formal education. But upon closer inspection, there is a massive gap between the two. In today’s ultra-connected, always-on, Internet-of-Things environment, access to information is not a problem for anyone with a...
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Introduction The use of online learning has become a necessity during the educational paradigm shift that has been the Covid-19 pandemic.  Online learning can be defined as “learning experiences in synchronous or asynchronous environments using different devices (e.g., mobile phones, laptops, etc.) with internet access. In these environments, students can be anywhere (independent) to learn...
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I know what you’re thinking. You’ve already spent at least 12 years sitting in classrooms so how different can online learning be? The answer is – quite different. But don’t panic. The skills and knowledge you have mastered in the traditional classroom can be applied to the online environment. The current generation of students are...
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I was recently asked why we started UniHaven during a worldwide COVID-19 health pandemic, with the question followed straight away by “you are brave.” To which I responded: yes and no. We are not brave, we did not look at the Coronavirus issue as a burden that would stop our plans – we looked at...
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UniHaven - Generation Alpha - Tomorrow's students
What’s trending now?Generation Alpha is a growing and lucrative consumer market. 2018 saw the first group of millennials’ children enter the primary school system. These children are expected to be the wealthiest, most highly-educated and technologically-connected group to date. Collectively, their spending power is huge. Coined by sociologist Mark McCrindle , the term Generation Alpha applies to...
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