Friday, January 23, 2015

Essay on Importance of Financial Literacy

Financial literacy is a set of knowledge about financial markets, their functioning and management, its professional participants and their financial instruments, products and services, the ability to use them in full awareness of the consequences of their actions and the readiness to accept responsibility for decisions taken. 

According to a definition of the Council of June 2005 OECD, financial education is the process by which consumers or investors:
  1. improve their knowledge of products, concepts and financial risks;
  2. acquire through information, education or a lens Board, the skills and confidence necessary for:
  • become more sensitive to the risks and opportunities in financial matters;
  • make reasoned choices, knowingly;
  • know where to find financial assistance;
  • take other effective initiatives to improve your financial well-being.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Essay on Pros and Cons of Studying Abroad

Everywhere we hear what excellent opportunities are given to those who chose to be educated abroad. However, the question always has a dark side to the coin. Will weigh all the pros and cons.

Let us first consider the pros of studying abroad.

Of course, a diploma in a prestigious college in Europe or America is what make your parents proud, gives you an advantage in finding a good job, not to mention the unique and unforgettable adventure, new acquaintances with representatives of different countries and cultures.

Education at a renowned University gives you such set of skills, which is much more practical than at any of your local institution. This means research, grants, and the opportunity to demonstrate and test yourself. But, besides all this, it is an opportunity to learn a new language.

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Essay on The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas

I would like to say my opinion I’ve read recently: The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas. To say I hate it would mean to say nothing about how much I detest the novel: I know nothing nastier written on the topic of concentration camps, than this book. But let me tell what exactly I’ve disliked.

1. The image of Bruno. Even if parents sought to protect the child from the horrors of war and propaganda (although why?), the school has taught him to correctly spells "F├╝hrer" and to use "Jews." The nine-year-old German boy and was preparing to enter the Hitler-Jugend, marked on the map the battles on the eastern front, and knew by the heart internal and external enemies of the Reich. 


Moreover, the innocence of Bruno borders his stupidity. At first, I even suggested that he was a retarded person - this would explain the many oddities of the plot. But no! It was not the case: complex syntax, allegories, ability to dodge and right beside an unrelieved stupidity: I just can’t put these both ends together.