Q: I am Zuha, studying in Oxford International College. Sorry sir, this is a question out of the topic. I am eager to know there is a competition every year which global link introduces. Sir, please do you know any information about this competition? Because I too would like to participate in this competition.
A: Do not understand your question , please be more specific.
Q:.I'm 17 year old sat for O/L on 2007 currently in the bio field doing my A/L so can I know the various streams that I can go in the bio field for affordable chargers in Sri Lanka and overseas
A: Mentioned below are the options available after the study of Biology.As far as cost and options are concerned , as mentioned before as a policy , We don't recommend any specific option available. Please search as Biology, courses, schools and universities and should get the options and cost:
- Dental Surgery
- Veterinary Science
- Agricultural Technology Mgmt
- Food Sc. & Nutrition
- Food Sc. & Tech.
- Ayurvedic Medicine
- Siddha Medicine
- Unani Medicine
- Biological Sc.
- Applied Science -Bio. Sc.
- Environmental Conservation & Mgmt
- Medical laboratory Science
- Health Promotion
- Molecular Biology & Biochemistry
- Marine and Fisheries Science
- Animal Science
- Export agriculture
The difference between dreams and accomplishments is purely desire
Q: I'm 20 years old & I'm doing A/L in language stream. My subjects are English Literature, Japanese, & Business Statistics. So my aim is to attend the university if I could but I want to know that what is the career path I can get or is it valuable to go to university.
A: I am assuming that your focus is on the arts and languages and have based , my research on this assumption.
With Globalization of the economy, our trade and commerce links are expanding day by day. Multinational companies are coming in local companies are going abroad for joint ventures. Because of this job opportunities for those having proficiency in foreign languages are on the upswing. Job demands in foreign languages like French, German, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish and Korean are very high because these facilitate international communication.
Job prospects for foreign language students ranges from secretarial, executive and public relation assignments to translation and interpretation. Translators are employed with industrial houses, publishing houses, research institutes and government organizations and embassies of foreign countries.
Foreign Companies working are employing language experts. Best jobs for linguists lay in the tourism industry as tourist guides in the Dept of Tourism of and private tour and travel agencies. Hotels and airlines also require the services of persons proficient in foreign languages. Other job opportunities for a language specialist, exhibitions and fairs, export agencies and trade organizations. There are also ample opportunities for linguists as online content writer, technical translators and decoders. Academic qualifications in foreign languages helps in pursuing careers in the areas of entertainment, public relations and mass communication, diplomatic service, BPO's and KPO's.
The most common of all the available career options in foreign language is teaching. For being, a teacher one should have higher qualification in foreign languages such as M.Phil or Ph.D. Often foreign linguists may work as freelancers. These people can work with translation bureaus, research organisations, international organisations like UNO, FAO, WTO, IMF, foreign companies, publishing houses etc.
Make your decision and write to me, use my major or career first manual to get to the right decision.
All the best.
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