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MSc Innovation and Entrepreneurship by University of Wolverhampton

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This course will introduce you to the business tools, techniques and theories that will allow you to work more effectively in an entrepreneurial and innovative employment set-up as well as it will also equip you with the entrepreneurial skills. The course will provide theoretical concepts of innovation, practical applications of innovation, and the management skills required to run a modern organization.

Course structure: During this one year course you will undertake six 20 credit modules and a dissertation worth 60 credits.
• Contemporary Marketing
• Accounting and Financial Management
• Creativity and Innovation in Business
• Strategic Management
• The Entrepreneurial Change Agent
• Leading Change and Transformation

Start Date: October 2013 & January 2014

Course Duration: 1year Full Time

Entry requirements:
• A first or second class undergraduate honours degree from a UK university or overseas equivalent, or a
professional qualification and/or experience considered to be equivalent to the above.
• A reference from a tutor who has taught during your undergraduate studies, or your employer.
• If English is not your first language, you need to have a TOEFL score of 550 or above, an IELTS score of
6.0 or above or evidence of equivalent English proficiency.

Course Fee: £11,525 per academic year

UK Universities buying out private colleges or partnerning them!

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The strict regulations imposed by the UKBA to curb Private Higher Education institutions in the UK has created a void in the market which various UK Universities have grabbed with both hands. Several universities are buying out private colleges or partnering private colleges and making them their extended campuses.

University of Wolverhampton has acquired a campus in London by the name of Buckingham College of London.

The new campus is offering top-up in Bsc health studies and BSc Computer Sc. The fees are 6,100 GBP. The University is accepting nursing diplomas and other health qualifications for admission to the top-up. The students will at the end of the programme have an opportunity to work in the UK. While this is not guaranteed the University has a placement company which has confirmed they will be able to place these students in the health industry including nursing homes.

The University also has an MBA available at 7000 GBP at the London campus. Admissions for the above mentioned programmes are open for Sept 2011 with more courses to follow for the Jan intake.

Kindly note CAS for this institution will be issued by the University and the students would be eligible for all benefits that students have at any UK university, such as part time work and Secure English Language Test non compulsory.

Similarly, Glyndŵr University has partnered with London School of Management and Science to form its London campus, the Glyndwr London School of Management and Science (LSMS).

The business college, which is based in South London, has up till now been offering programs validated by Glyndŵr University for more than 18 months.

Some of the courses which will be offered at this campus include MBA, BA (Hons) Business Management and BSc (Hons) Health Studies.

UK Universities seems to be choosing London as the favorite destination to open a campus in-order to attract the vast number of international students. Some other Universities in UK like Coventry University have also opened its London campus.

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Sample LOR for MSc in Computer Science in UK

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Graduate Admission Committee,

This is with regard to Mr. Hanish, who is applying at your university for graduate studies. I have known Hanish since his third year as an undergraduate student and have taught him the subject of “Business Information System” in the fifth semester and as a project guide of his Final year Bachelors project.

During my association with Hanish Patel, I had an opportunity to observe him closely. I found him to be consistent, hardworking with a methodical and logical approach in his studies. His assignment work was outstanding. In his class he was very sincere and regular and had a keenness and willingness to learn. His understanding of various commands and concepts in COBOL language was indeed remarkable.

One particular quality of his, which stands out, is his extremely logical approach to any task he undertakes. This is demonstrated by the way he does programming in COBOL language and the way in which he mastered the key skills required for the subject. I also guided him for his Final year project named “DS TRISOMY DETECTION” which involved key aspects of Computer Science i.e. programming which was implemented on JAVA. The project was regarding the detection of child retardation before the birth of a child. I was astonished to imagine that his team work has made such a different project regarding detection of child retardations. It was his keenness which enabled him to make such a unique project successful.

I will place Hanish in the top 10-15% students of his class. In view of Hanish inherent potential, his strong determination and persistence, I feel that he is a fit candidate to pursue higher studies. Hence, I strongly endorse his application for admission in University of Wolverhampton for MSc in Computer Science.  I wish him success for his future endeavors.

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Sample LOR for MSc in Computer Science in UK

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It’s great to write a few words in the form of a recommendation for Mr. Hanish Patel. It is almost three years since I know him and during these years I have taught him these subjects along with their lab work:- Introduction to Object Oriented Methodology, Concepts in Programming Languages and Software Engineering.

During this course, I have found him to be extremely hard-working and self-motivated individual with keen desire to study new concepts. I have had a good assessment of Hanish aptitude & competence in Computer Science. He is extremely intelligent student with an incisively analytical mind and systematic work habits.

He took active interest in my lectures and I observed a finely tuned intellectual ability and a healthy curiosity in the details of the subject. He is gifted with a truly analytical mind and a habit to approach a problem from different points of view and hence was able to present innovative and original solutions to the problems and assignments given to him. While studying, he displayed good understanding of the subject and made sure that he got his fundamentals right. He was punctual with all his submissions and would do it with utmost sincerity.  In all the assignments entrusted to Hanish, he has shown himself to be very intelligent and diligent.

I have no doubt that Hanish has the desire and the skills necessary to make his way to the top in the field of Computer Science. He is interested in doing MSc in Computer Science from University of Wolverhampton. The above qualities of Hanish will certainly be assets to him in his pursuit of higher studies. I strongly recommend that he be given a chance in the graduate programs he is applying for, with all possible financial aid.

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Sample SOP for BSc (Hons) Professional Nursing Studies in UK

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Throughout my life, I have been driven by the desire to create and innovate, a capability that is always known to transcend the active acquisition of knowledge. In this era of globalization, I decided not to just get enthralled by the sociological marvels, but to play my part in it. In view of such global scenario, my decision to pursue Certificate course in Aged Care Work that would open the gateway to enhanced career options leading to Nursing in Medical Sector.

The path, to realize the dream of being a part of Medical Segment, will no doubt be tough, but full of challenges, which I will accept. Development of any country is characterized by its infrastructure.

Hence, after higher secondary education, I opted for career in BSc (Hons) Professional Nursing Studies in University of Wolverhampton as I am very much interested to study in UK.

My Father is a Businessman. My mother is a home maker. I have one younger brother studying in Seventh standard.

Talking about academic qualification I have studied English medium. English has been the language of instruction throughout my academic career. I cleared my S.S.C. Examination from C.B.S.E, Delhi with 60.2% in the year 2003 and passed my H.S.S.C. with 52.3% in the year 2005 from Maharashtra State Board. I have also given my IELTS Examination.

After my H.S.S.C, I appeared for the first year examination in Diploma in Pharmacy from Guru Nanak Technical Institute. Along with this I assist my Father in his business. To expand his business I went on business tours.

Now I am looking for a field in which I could contribute in positive way to the society and my country. Throughout my Educational life I have had a great deal of admiration for aiding people and have always aspired to serve them. I could not think of any other field besides the nursing field. I strongly felt that nursing would be a profession that would give me a good degree of work satisfaction; it’s noblest of all professions.

The reason why I want to study in UK is because during my BSc (Hons) Professional Nursing Studies from University of Wolverhampton I’ll get international exposure and have better practical knowledge too along with my theoretical studies. My thirst for the right course made me to look for the courses that were available overseas. This was how I came across this course in one of reputed Universities in UK.  I felt this was the right choice, the course contents are suitably designed and it is very practically oriented. I wish to take up nursing on a more professional basis and look forward to employ myself with good Medical Institute on my return to India.

I strongly believe that a successful completion of the course from University of Wolverhampton will give me good opportunities for my future.

I also feel that I would be able to help the community of my country in my own little way and make my contribution for providing services to the Nursing Segment of Medical Sector.

I would like to conclude by requesting you to grant me the offer to study in University of Wolverhampton.

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Sample SOP for MSc Computer Science from University of Wolverhampton in UK

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‘The sum total of what one knows is negligible, finally what is important is, and one should pursue knowledge’.

I am an Engineer and the desire for incessant pursuit of knowledge guides me to the University of Wolverhampton in order to acquire an MSc in Computer Science.

My Academic Background:

In my undergraduate studies, I have benefited from the breadth of Nagpur University’s syllabi content that has given me a comprehensive exposure to the core areas of Computer Science and a strong conceptual understanding of the same. In these three and half years of study, I have strived to maintain an approach of expending independent effort in all my endeavors. Learning by myself and sharing my knowledge with others has been most worthwhile, when comprehending a concept.

Over the past two years, I have developed an interest in the areas of Compiler Construction, Artificial Intelligence, Web Based Technologies and Database Management System. The Compiler Construction lab sessions last semester required the design of a compiler for C programs that were restricted to for loops, Switch case statements and simple input and output. The work involved in this, as well as the courses, Formal Systems and Automata and Compiler Construction, has leaded me to appreciate the intricacies involved in this field. However, for my MSC degree, I remain open to other topics as well.

My Extra-Curricular Activities:

I enjoyed taking part in sports, singing, debate etc. I always was at the forefront in organizing different events in school as well as the colleges. One person’s life influences the lives of an unbelievable number of people, one of the most important lessons I learned, being the Head of the Organizing Body at senior secondary level (11th and 12th standard). It taught me that the basis for good work is self-reliance and very importantly, time management. Not all of my entire two years were devoid of shortcomings. I learned to accept both criticism and praise with a positive frame of mind. My work involved organising various events, that brought with them the opportunity to work and interact with various kinds of people. This was a distinctively gratifying experience for me, which I feel would stand in good stead in the future, especially in lieu of any teaching experience.I was School Pupil Leader in school because of which I understood the greatness of Leadership I was also a class representative for most of the time in my school days. As playing cricket is my hobby I played at club level and at inter-college level, but couldn’t continue for higher level.

My Research Interests:

I am very much impressed by Neural Networks, expert Systems, and Virtual Reality so I want to design such software because of which a Master of Surgery student can practice a surgery or study a human body on the computer or on the big screen itself i.e. this thing doesn’t need a dead body or a live patient. All the things would be like real thing i.e. movment of hands, respond from virtual patient, his body parts and all the other aspects that are involved in the surgery process. Similarly the body parts of the virtual patient will be the same as human body parts. In this way a student can get a whole idea of the human body and when he is fully trained he can operate a real body.

My Career Plans:

After ten years I envision myself as engaged in a career of active research. I also get immense pleasure from teaching. I enjoy interacting with people and this leads me to believe that sharing with them the knowledge that I gain though my research would be a very rewarding experience. My dream is to open an institute dedicated to promoting DSP and play a part in the DSP revolution.

Why University of Wolverhampton?

Pursuing graduate studies focusing on research from an institute of International standing as yours is my long and cherished dream. Going through your brochure and web pages, I feel that the program offered by your University fulfils my needs and interests. Your University can provide me an opportunity to pursue my aims in life and prove my potential. I am confident that I have the potential and preparation to be a graduate at your university and would encourage you to give my application a thoughtful consideration. I look forward to joining the University of Wolverhampton.