On Wednesday October 20th Webinars4you will host an informative webinar for Tio University in Applied Sciences on the Bachelor in International Business and Management. Register to get all the details and hear a student´s experience!

so why would you consider to study International Business and Marketing and Entrepreneurship at Tio University:

  • Save a year and start earning! TOne of the great benefits of this Private University is that you can study at your own pace, even do the 4 years in 3 years so you save a year. That means 1 year less of tuition fees which you can substitute by already earning a salary i.e. double the benefits!

  • Internship possibilities: In addition to this Tio University offers great student support, also by helping with gaining internships (both in the Netherlands and abroad!)
  • Diploma validation and job opportunities: Studying in the Netherlands gives you access to a solid education and a better chance to find a good job since its diplomas are recognized in the European Union and other countries like USA, Canada and Australia.
  • High level of personal security: The Netherlands is one of the safest (and happiest 🙂 countries in the world, and also at the campus you have all the facilities to make your study life save and fun!
  • Small classes and networking: PIf you are looking for a Private Education this is likely one of the top benefits, as you will make connections for life and often students cary on with their projects into a career or end up working for the company of their internship.

Click here to sign up for the informative webinar of Tio University’s Master in International Business and Management!

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A Master in Supply Chain Management offers work experience in some of the top fortune 500 companies and the sector of supply chain is fast becoming a booming sector and right after the completion of the program, the placement is +90%, with an average compensation salary of 76.000 EUR a year (source MIT).

Some of the companies where the students have worked on projects include AB Inbev, BASF, CAT Logistics, Clariant, Coca-Cola, Cummins, DHL, Epson, GM, HP, Pfizer, P&G, Ralph Lauren, Roche and Schlumberger among others. The Master´s will set you up for a successful career with opportunities spanning across a wide range of sectors. There are also a number of scholarships are available to cover the full cost of the tuition fees, which are only $6990,-!

The demand for skilled SCM professionals is on the rise. The application of tools and good practices in supply chain management contributes to organizations greater competitiveness at a global level. In our masters program, students will be guided through the MITx MicroMaster in SCM by UTEC facilitators as well as participating in an exclusive bootcamp offered by the CTL (Centre for Transportation and Logistics) at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).

If you are interested in studying the online Master in Supply Chain Management, Webinars4you offers a Webinar about this program from MIT in Michigan together with UTEC in Uruguay.  It takes place on September 16th and during this webinar you will learn:

–          General overview of the university and the Masters program
–          Meet faculty in charge of the Master
–          Learn about the admissions process
–          Learn about scholarship opportunities

During the program graduates will learn how to apply the quantitative and qualitative methodologies necessary for the survey, diagnosis, evaluation, design and implementation of best practices in SCM.

During the webinar you will have the opportunity to hear from our faculty and staff and find out about the program, the admissions process, and career opportunities.

The intended audience for this webinar are people with completed or advanced university studies in the areas of Engineering, Economics, Business Administration, Information Technology, Logistics or a similar bachelor degree. A good command of english is needed, as english is the official language of instruction.

Register now for the Webinar to not miss out on a possible stellar career in Supply Chain Management!

Become an expert in Supply Chain Management with our online master from UTEC with a tailored bootcamp from MIT CTL!

If you look up the definition of ´emerging markets´ in 2021 you will quickly learn that these include the fast growing economies of India, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, China, and Brazil. The highest contender China has four of the world´s largest banks operating from Shanghai. HSBC, which is the 5th largest bank on the planet, does most of its business from China. There are key micro and macro economic factors that will be having an impact on the growth of certain markets as well as the development of the ´Corona-recession´ and its impact. In this post we will focus on 2 major economies on the world stage being Russia and Saudi Arabia. The latter ones is especially interesting as Webinars4you will host a live session on September 16th to address the opportunity to study ´STEM´ for FREE. This includes Science, Technology, Engineering and Math studies. Find more information here: 

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The 2nd highlighted country is Russia, a country that entered into recession in 2015 due to falling oil prices and harsher western economic sanctions,however the latest statistics from The World Bank shows a steady 2% growth in GDP since 2017, and despite a setback in 2020 is expected to bounce back in 2021.

Why study in Russia?

You might have different associations when someone mentions Russia. It is one of the strongest countries in the world with great scientists, sports athletes, and a strong military. Russia is also a country with the largest territory in the world that stretches from the German borders all over to Japan and the United States.

The nation, therefore, presents a mixture of different cultures and traditions. That affects different aspects of Russian life, and you can see those in architecture, lifestyle, cuisine, and other similar customs.

Metropolises and Large Cities

Russia is also a very popular study destination, with leading Universities such as Higher School of Economics and Moscow State University, Saint Petersburg´s Polytecnic as well as State University, besides various well-established institutes in Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Kazan and Sochi (known for the olympics). With millions of visits on a yearly basis, all three places are unique in their own way. The first is the capital city of Russia with approximately 12 million citizens. The territory of the place is also very large so Moscow is one of the largest metropolises in the entire world. There are many important objects, monuments, buildings, and locations in the city. These were often made in a unique architectural style so they are quite different from ordinary objects. Such locations typically leave a very strong impression on visitors, and it is always a remarkable and unforgettable experience.

Saint Petersburg’s specifications are pretty similar. The city is not as big as Moscow, but it still has 5 million residents. The figure puts this place in second place when it comes to the size of the metropolis. Saint Petersburg has been the main seaport of the country for centuries. It has a strategic position on the Baltic Sea near the borders of other European countries. The city is also home to a large number of remarkable, amazing, and historically important objects, buildings, locations and monuments.

Undiscovered Tourist Gems

Russia indeed has a large number of such tourist gems, and they are an excellent opportunity for all travelers. Some of the amazing locations are still undiscovered by visitors. Many of the areas in Russia are hardly approachable so they are out of reach of most. However, those who know what and where to look might have enough luck to discover such places.

The list of these is long too. Tikhaya Bay, the City of Dead, and Mendeleev Volcano are some of such places. The first from this list is truly extraordinary. The bay is located on Sakhalin Island, and you can find a long and large abandoned beach that goes all over the coast. These are surrounded by amazing nature so the visitors can really enjoy the sight and experience. No one is actually living or visiting the place so it is entirely reserved for the luckiest tourists. If you have enough time and resources, you can arrive here despite the distance and other potential obstacles. That would certainly be an unforgettable adventure you should not avoid.

Simple procedure to obtain Tourist Visa

It is also good to know Russia is an open country. Foreign visitors need an appropriate visa in order to get access within the borders, but it is usually easy to obtain such a travel document. There are different types of visas including tourist visas, work visas, business visas, and others. The requirements for these might be different, but that’s not very important. The tourists should ask for the first type. They have to visit the nearest embassy or consulate in their countries to start the procedure.

Procedure and necessary Documents

The authorities will then ask to fill appropriate forms and provide necessary documents to apply a visa. These usually include a valid passport, two photos, and a Russian invitation. The procedure is usually just a formality, and you should finish it in a few days. It is, of course, necessary to provide all the authorities ask from you. The passport should be valid for at least next year so you should definitely replace it if the expiration date is very near. That’s the best way to avoid any troubles during the application. Tourist visas are usually issued very fast so the time frame might range from several days to two-three week

Have a look at any Webinars to study in Russia:

For some it is a necessity but for others just a “nice to have”, find a job while studying at the university is a huge opportunity you have to catch in advance.

✎ Here in this blog post, I’ll try to give you some useful tips to get a job while studying.

Let’s start from the beginning! Studying at a University is not an easy step in your life and it requires focus, passion, motivation as well as sacrifices. Considering the latter, they are meant to be under the sphere of reducing or abandoning part of your social life in order to support your future personal and professional career. Even more, you have to know studying at the university is not a joke and all the beautiful things you have spent during high school are going to decrease. And above all, it would be better to find a job meanwhile attending uni courses.

Ok, there are situations where some students are kind of obligated to find a job to fund studies and others where they are just super motivated to start working while studying. However, in both situations, it will be the best choice you could take.


Generally speaking, it’s hard to find a job if you’re not mentally ready to do it. I try to explain myself in a clearer way. Until you’re just thinking about working but your mindset is not deeply oriented in pushing efforts in finding it, you won’t be able to start.

For this reason, what I suggest you is setting up your mindset in a way that you feel an insight powerful motivation to start. And trust me, as you are mentally ready, you’ll get into a tunnel full of job opportunities and new realities.


Here it comes the tough part: combine work and university. Honestly, in most cases, it’s quite hard to start a full-time job while studying. But wait, there are a lot of part-time positions out there! And covering this position means combining successfully work and uni courses. Above all, you have nowadays a huge range of part-time positions, from a bartender to an intern in a company. I know, talking about money, clearly, you won’t be paid as a full job but it’s always a good way to start and join the job environment.

As you find the balance, you will be successfully able to coordinate your studies and your daily job tasks.

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In this current digitalized world, you have several ways to find a job position:

  1. LinkedIn: the first thing I suggest you is to fix and set your LinkedIn profile. In fact, many companies are daily posting job position announcements and hiring posts on this Social Media. Thus, sit down, open your laptop, and fill up your profile with all information that shows your experiences, skills and academic background. Afterwards, start sending applications. In the beginning, you won’t receive answers, but over the weeks I’m sure you’ll get positive notifications from LinkedIn.
  2. University Portal: in almost all universities, you have a proper portal where companies publish available job positions for students. In this case, companies are likely in collaboration with your university and they are more open to hiring students. Moreover, it’s easier to find a part-time job in these portals since companies basically know your current situation of student-worker. You can find also study programs that allow you to do an internship before graduating. Just to give you an example, Hof University in Germany offers a Master in Software Engineering where students spend the second year doing a practical internship in industry.
  3. Spread your voice: seems old school, but it’s always a good way! Just ask around about available job positions as well as tell about your motivation to start working. Talk with friends, family and professors of your uni. You could have the chance to find something just spreading your voice!
  4. Other online websites: there are thousands of websites where you can set up your profile (same idea as LinkedIn) and find out job positions. Just surf on the internet and I’m sure you’ll find interesting websites. We can recommend for example to search and apply for the latest student jobs here.


As you get a job, your life will definitively change. From day one, you’ll feel more responsible for yourself. Above all, I’m sure you’ll be strongly able to combine working hours with your studies (ok, maybe you’ll need some time to settle down!). Most importantly, remember that work means improving your CV. And if you start working at early ages while studying, companies will appreciate it and you’ll likely have more chances to find a great job after graduating.

Last but not least, in most cases, you’ll earn money! And since I’m a student as well, I know that having more money in your pocket during the uni period is something super satisfying and helpful for your daily (and night!!) life.

If you’re looking for a Bachelor or Master, check out our Online Open Days – Get useful information for FREE!

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The ‘Digital Revolution’… a term found on the lips of many analysts these days. It’s real and it’s happening now! Actually, it’s been happening for several years now, likely catapulted by the pandemia recently, so it is more important than ever to find the right career to secure yourself a job for years to come! As it seems, humankind has reached a new peak in its development as a species (or some may say decrease, depending on your point of view..), as we employ more advanced ways to communicate, interact, buy and deliver goods and services. You can´t escape it.

Experts predict that 85 per cent of jobs that will exist in 2030 are yet to be invented (IFTF 2017). This is partly due to the continual growth and development of technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics which will replace some current jobs. It is estimated that certain professions will be completely obsolete by 2030, such as travel agents, taxi drivers, various construction jobs etc as these jobs are expected to become automated instead of being undertaken by humans. 

So are you you prepared for the digital revolution in one way or another?


The gap – and opportunity!- in the (labour)market

With a possible crisis looming, employers are all about saving money and time, and need to hire the right skill-sets to be able to compete in the new digital era. Although definitely some jobs are under pressure, and some might even disappear, we show you the 4 top jobs where a job is almost guaranteed as there are very few candidates who are digitally-qualified enough. So are you one of them?

Digitally-equipped people get paid more

Surprised much? It’s true though! Studies show that digitally-savvy people are more likely to receive salary raises once already employed, salary raises which would normally amount to at least 10% of what their current salary is. Whatever your job, employers value more the employees with added digital skills and you set yourself up for a better career, promotions and salary. 

So which are those 4 best jobs to get yourself prepared for?

1. Computer science and IT 

Computer science and IT are likely the most rapidly evolving field that is only expected to grow over time. There is great demand for people with skills and knowledge in this area which makes it a promising industry for those looking for a career with longevity. Although controversial, robots are increasing the speed and efficiency of many processes and everyday tasks. For example, Artificial Intelligence designed machines that can be used in response to natural disasters, therefore preventing human risk. Robots are also being used in healthcare, such as in surgery for increased precision and control. 

So how do you start a career in Computer Science and IT?

While not all jobs require a degree, it will be beneficial for your career in the long term and is compulsory for some positions. Relevant degree subjects include:

You could also develop your skills with a bachelor degree in Artificial Intelligence to start specializing yourself directly, and once you’ve qualified, you can start applying for roles in the robotics field such as a technician, operator, or engineer. The average salary of a robotics engineer is Euro 42,000 per year, but this can increase to 60,000 Euro with experience (Talent.com).

2. Health practitioner

Humans will always need medical care and assistance. This is why roles within medicine are continually in high demand. While some medical processes can be automated, there will always be the need for human interaction, providing empathy and understanding which cannot be easily replicated by machines.

Doctors and nurses need to provide an overall assessment of a patient’s needs, not limited to just their physical condition but also wellbeing and state of mind. In addition, healthcare professionals often face ethical dilemmas that computers are unlikely to resolve. So, if you’ve been thinking about a career in medicine, you needn’t worry about your job becoming obsolete anytime soon. 

Find out more about studying Medicine or Health-related degrees here!

3. Marketing and PR

Marketers use their creative flair and ability to employ words and imagery to convey different messages. Coming up with new and innovative ideas would be very difficult for a machine to imitate. Digital marketing and management is in particularly high demand as consumers are predominantly online. Gaining digital skills will therefore be beneficial for any career you wish to pursue as so much of our everyday lives exist online. In the EU, the average salary of a digital marketeer is 37,500 Euro per year, reaching 52,000 Euro for a more senior level job (Totaljobs). 

Similarly, PR or public relations is all about networking and managing relationships. This profession requires strong interpersonal and communication skills which will always be highly employable even with the emergence of new technologies and automated processes. A PR officer can expect to earn between 25,000 and 40,000 Euro depending on experience, reaching up to 100,000 Euro for senior positions. 

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Most marketing jobs are open to all graduates, you just need to demonstrate your transferrable skills or relevant work experience. Additionally many can be done as a Freelancer, so you could even start your own company and work flexible, possibly wherever you want!

4. Social work 

Empathy, understanding, compassion and emotional intelligence. These are just a few of the most important skills and attributes of any social worker which are unlikely to be adopted by machines any time soon. This role also requires critical thinking and ethical decision-making which you need to develop through training. 

To become a social worker, you can study an undergraduate degree in humanities or social science or choose any of the subjects in this field of study. The typical salary for a social worker is between 24,000 and 30,000 Euro depending on location and experience (Graduate Prospects 2019). So, if you enjoy helping others, social care could be the right career for you, offering longevity, fulfillment, and a stable income.

Online Open Days

Are you not sure what to chose? And more importantly where to study the right degree? We are here to help – take a look at our upcoming online open days and be one step closer to your awesome dream career!


Did you know that Milan is one of the largest economic and cultural centres in Italy and Europe? And did you know that Politecnico di Milano is a historic university ranked 1st in Italy, in the top 30 worldwide and top 10 in Europe for technical institutions?

With more than 30 master’s courses taught completely in English in engineering, product and interior design, architecture and more, Politecnico di Milano offers students the chance to work with notable international faculty, live in the stunning city of Milan and its surround, and study at an historic university. It offers merit-based scholarships (full tuition waivers plus additional funding) to exceptionally talented students.

Who should attend: Students who want to study Engineering.

What: Sign up for more information Webinar about the Master’s programmes and PhD courses at Politecnico di Milano, to learn more about the city of Milan and the requirements, opportunities and tips about the application to this university.

Speaker: Francesca Deste, International Office recruitment manager.

During this webinar you will learn:

  • Education offer of Politecnico di Milano´s Engineering studies
  • How to apply for an MSc programme at Politecnico di Milano
  • Services to the international students
  • Fees and Scholarships: Politecnico di Milano offers 3 types of merit scholarships to 1 out of 6 students that apply. It also offers competitive tuition fees (based on family income) which range from €800 – €3300 euros a year.

Register here:

MIP Politecnico di Milano is a University was founded in 1979 and is one of the leading premier business schools in Italy. The university was originally formed through a partnership between some of the top multinational corporations in Italy and the largest technical university in Milan. The business school which hosts the International Full Time MBA has over 250 staff and every year over 600 undergraduate students enroll in the school and 40o on the postgraduate courses.

Living in Milan offers students a great opportunity to learn a language alongside the innovative Master programs. When you join MIP, Politecnico di Milano’s Graduate School of Business, you will learn about aspects ranging of topics such as Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Sustainability Management, Digital Transformation, Cybersecurity, FINTECH, Marketing, Media and Communication and many more.

All our programmes have a very hands-on approach and are offered in close collaboration with companies allowing students to broaden their professional network as well as dive into real life business cases from the beginning of their studies onwards.

The Master programs look to produce the next generation of business managers and prides itself on focusing on the needs of business of the future. You will learn an Analytical Approach to problem solving, Innovation & a balance of hard and soft Skills, and close collaboration with Companies. 

To learn more about the Masters programmes at MIP Politecnico di Milano and find out which course would suit you then sign up for the free webinar on the 25th of June. The webinar is held by the Staff of MIP and allows you to ask questions, get all information to possibly apply and get insights from their Career consultant and a student!

Webinars4you sessions are interactive and engaging, whether you join live or watch the recording, you can still do so as we use the latest technology. Find out if this could be your next dream study and  simply register for the free live interactive event here: https://www.webinars4you.com/open-day/discover-mips-international-full-time-programs/?partnerref=blog

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MSc or MBA, that´s the questions! At least for today´s Blog topic. There’s always been this confusion  about what a recent business graduate should undergo with regards to their further postgraduate education, which is why we are going to talk about the pros, cons, similarities, differences between doing an MSc (Master of Science) in Management and the infamous MBA (Master’s of Business Administration). Here are some main points to consider:

Age/work experience

MSc or MBAThe main impediment of being accepted for an MBA program is your work experience. You should know that the average age of graduates starting their MBA is around 27, whereas the average for doing an MSc is just 23! In other words, MBA’s are directly aimed at highly experienced professionals (normally at least 3 years of experience in the work field!); but in the case of an MSc, any recent Bachelor’s graduate can enroll, even if they don’t have work experience at all (sometimes 0-2 years of experience being required)!

Teaching methods

MSc or MBAAnother difference between an MSc and an MBA consists of how the curricula are built, curricula that later impact on the students’ careers. For example, whilst an MSc is targeted at kickstarting the student’s career, what they MBA does is taking the student on step above further on the career ladder (as they get extremely in-depth business knowledge and not just some more surface knowledge like in the case of an MSc). While an MSc is about more theory, the MBA focuses on practicality, employing tools such as real-life case studies.

Show me the MONEY!

MSc or MBAThe hottest section of the blog I would say, eh? The difference in tuition fees is uncanny and it cannot be unseen. An MBA’s tuition can reach even the astronomical fee of $100,000 at an hugely prestigious university! MSc are generally more affordable than MBA’s, however it also is about the Return On Investment after all (ROI). Both are good investments, so it does depend on your current point in your career, but as an idea having an MBA can easily pay you a salary of $100,000 and an MSc of $50,000!

Employment prospects

MSc or MBAMBA’s have always been received with high praise by companies, Human Resources being aware of the value MBA holders can bring to the company, while MSc’s are currently rapidly growing around the world with regards to their popularity. And MBA can easily land you an Executive position in any company, but at the same time being an MSc graduate can be qualified for entry and mid-level position due to the lack of their depth.

Online Open Days

Confused? Undecided? Lost? Do you identify yourself with any of those adjectives when it comes to your current state of affairs while looking for your postgraduate program? Webinars4you is here to help you make the BEST decision, all you have to do is to register for any of the following online open days and get more information on what BEST suits you.

Now you might want to check out the following Online Open Day from GISMA in Berlin. A great opportunity for MBA students with its unique curriculum to upgrade and become a leader in your field.

Simply sign up here!


Germany is known as the country of beer, sausages, and Oktoberfest!
It’s an interesting country no doubt. With so much going on there it surely calls for an interesting facts post. Germany is also recognized as one of the favorite study abroad destinations in Europe.

Who wouldn’t like to study in Berlin or in Munich? Tempting! huh?

This is a list about some interesting German Fun Facts. Some of these German Fun Facts might sound weird or may surprise you, but we swear it is the truth and nothing but the truth.  So here’s 10 fun facts about Germany!

1. Germans are the second largest beer consumers in the world, after the Irish (of course).

Germans Second Largest Beer consumer2. There are 35 dialects of the German language.

Fun fact 2 Germany

3. Gummy bears were invented by a German.

Fun fact 3 Germany

4. The balcony of the hotel Michael Jackson dangled his son over is in Berlin.

Fun fact 4 Germany

5. The first printed book was in German

Fun fact 5 Germany

6. Most taxis in Germany are Mercedes-Benz!

Fun fact 6 Germany

7. There are over 1,000 kinds of sausages in Germany.

Fun fact 7 Germany

8. The longest word published in the German language. is Donaudampfschifffahrtselektrizitätenhauptbetriebswerkbauunterbeamtengesellschaft (79 letters).

Fun fact 8 Germany

9. The first Oktoberfest was a wedding celebration for Prince Ludwig of Bavaria.

Fun fact 9 Germany

10. The Christmas tree (Tannenbaum) tradition came from Germany.

Fun fact 10 Germany


+1 Bonus fun-fact: if you want to experience all (well most..) of the above then you consider to study in Berlin! For example at international GISMA Business School – offering Masters and MBA programs. Check out their free Online Open Day and inform yourself on this unique opportunity!

Register to join the Live Webinar – or On-demand afterwards –
It can be the start to your possible dream study in Berlin!

A new month is soon with us; the month of the flowers, the fifth month of the year and also, the month in which huge and important celebrations take place!

Does February March? April May! 🙂 

And if you are looking to march into foreign countries through a possible study abroad, then check out our Free Online Open Days!

6 Interesting facts about the month of May that you didn’t know:

1. The month May was named for Maia, the Greek goddess of fertility.

Maia Godess

2. In any given year, no month ever begins or ends on the same day of the week as May does.


3. May’s birthstone is the emerald which is emblematic of love and success.


4. May was once considered a bad luck month to get married. There is a poem that says “Marry in May and you’ll rue the day”.


5.  The United Kingdom celebrates May as the National Smile Month.

UK 2

6. On May 1, 1931, the Empire State Building was officially opened.


7. In May most Admissions for Study Abroad Programs close. Are you interested to study abroad and haven´t decided yet where? Check out our free Online Open Days!

Or as a University find out how to host them 🙂