Why Study in the uk? (UK Universities)
Do you think that it is time you further your education and you are considering studying in the uk? Before you make your final decision, ensure that both the Biaya Uhamka city and the school that you want to study in best suits your needs. In the united kingdom, higher education is available at a variety of universities and a few business schools and specialized institutions. In some cases, business schools and specialized institutions will offer degree programs in joint venture with and authorized by a university.
If you are considering enrolling in one of the many UK universities, you first need to find out all you can about the degree program that you are interested in and the requirements you need to fulfill before you are accepted into the program. Many of the degree programs offered in US universities are not offered in UK universities, and if they are the requirements needed to enter the degree program in the uk are different from those needed to enter degree programs in the us.
London is the most popular city for international students who want to study in the united kingdom because of its status, size and reputation as one of the world’s major capitals. The uk Council for International Affairs (UKCISA) recently released reports that show that London is home to 8 of the top 20 UK universities that attract a majority of international students. Some of the most top-rated educational institutions in the world are based in London. London is the perfect city for international business to have their headquarters and it is also a great place for business networking. Most likely you will be able to locate restaurants that serve dishes of from your native country, so you will never feel to far from home. UKCISA has reported that the UK universities that most international students prefer are: Deities: We don’t like mysteries. Well actually we do like mysteries as long as we can solve them to our satisfaction. If we can’t explain a mystery, there’s a convenient ‘out’ or explanation at hand. We attribute that unknown to some power higher than our own; a supernatural deity in other words. Unknown forces become ‘acts of god’ or godly miracles or ‘god works in mysterious ways’, etc. And so the unknown is explained. Mystery solved. That satisfies our curiosity, at least in the short term. That doesn’t mean supernatural deities really exist, but since we’ve named so many thousands of them they probably do exist – as extraterrestrial flesh-and-blood ‘deities’ that is. Regardless of their reality, a deity is also very useful as a scapegoat to blame when things go wrong, instead of blaming yourself, which would probably be a better reflection of reality. Deities can in the popular imagination get up close and personal and if you piss one off – not all that hard to do apparently – that explains all your troubles from the insignificant to the minor to the major, even life-threatening. And it’s a very universal human trait to shift the blame and find a scapegoat.
When animals communicate with each other they tell the truth. Bees communicate where a new food source is; animals cry out warning/danger sounds and there is no doubting by those in hearing range the truth behind the message; dogs bark for a positive reason and whatever that reason, it’s representing something about the animal’s perception of reality. Humans however universally invent stories; untruths; fictions; lies; which sets us apart from other animals. The purpose of these fictitious inventions are varied – entertainment value; make a moral/ethical point, etc. Some fiction goes under another name – advertising! However, storytelling is a universal human trait; a universally absent one in the rest of the animal kingdom.
One thing common in major mythologies is that fire was a gift from lesser gods even if they nicked it first from higher authority. Prometheus is the obvious example though there are numerous parallel examples from North american Indians, even Polynesia and referenced in the Books of Enoch. However, that’s rather odd. You’d of thought that the ‘discovery’ of fire; the ‘gift’ of fire, was universally a natural event – no gods, no gifts, required. It would be a rare environment that didn’t experience natural forest or bushfires due to lightning strikes, or via lava starting fires from active volcanoes. Such natural sources should have prevented any need of an unnatural source, which is one via a deity.
Animals have way too much on their plates to concern them in the here and now to worry too much about tomorrow. Even if they do it’s probably a case of ‘whatever will be, will be’. That’s despite some animals squirreling or storing away food in the good times for when times are not so plentiful. That’s just pure instinct on their part, not an original foresight concept thought through and through. Humans on the other hand from all walks of life, then and now, are obsessed with tomorrow and beyond. Maybe that’s because we alone know that our demise looms in that future of tomorrows. And so there’s a flourishing industry in astrology and soothsaying, prophets and oracles, tea leaves and chicken entrails. It’s all nonsense of course except to true believers, and perhaps, for deeply embedded psychological reasons, that includes the majority of us, even if we won’t admit it.