Study with the ADB-Japan Scholarship Program

Babina Is Active In Her Community In Nepal Using Her Degree In Agricultural Economics To Help Small Farmers Generate More Income. She’s Ambitious. She Knows She Could Achieve More Such As Shaping National Policy If She Could Study At Postgraduate Level. But Babina And Thousands Of Other Aspirational Professionals In Developing Asia Are Often Held Back Because They Cannot Afford Graduate-level Education. The Asian Development Bank Recognized This Barrier In 1988 And Through The Goodwill Of The People Of Japan Partnered To Create The ADB-Japan Scholarship Program To Give A Helping Hand To People Like Babina. The Program Is Open To Citizens Of Eligible ADB-borrowing Member Countries Who Want To Study Economics, Science Business, Management, Or Technology. Courses In Other Development-related Fields Are Also Possible. The Scholarship Program Accepts Around 150 Students/year In 29 Universities, 15 Of Which Are In Japan. Women Are Particularly Encouraged To Apply. JSP Covers Tuition Fees And Pays A Monthly Living Allowance. Medical Insurance And Travel Expenses Are Also Paid. A Special Allowance Is Also Available For Research And Thesis Preparation. Interested? You Need To Be Under 35 And Already Hold A First Degree. The First Step Is To Visit The ADB JSP Website Choose A Partner University And …

Tell Me About Yourself – A Good Answer to This Interview Question

Hey, It’s Linda Raynier Of LindaRaynier.com Career Strategist, Speaker And Coach. And In This Video, I’m Going To Teach You 3 Tips In Order To Answer The “Tell Me About Yourself” Interview Question The Right Way, So That You Can Stand Out In Front Of Hiring Managers And Ideally, Land More Job Offers. Now Before We Begin, There Are A Couple Of Ground Rules You Need To Know Before You Can Develop The Perfect Answer To This Question. Rule #1: Do Not Talk About Your Personal Or Family Life. When Someone Asks You, “tell Me About Yourself,” They’re Not Actually Asking You To Tell Them About Your Personal Life Choices, And The Mistakes That You’ve Learned From, And How You Got Here As A Human Being. They’re Not Actually Asking You To “tell Them About Yourself” They’re Actually Asking You To Tell Them About Your Qualifications, Your Experiences, As Well As Why You’re A Good Fit For This Role. That’s It. They Just Want To Know About Your Professional Background And Experience In A Nutshell. Rule #2: Do Tell A Story. Even Though I Said, You Shouldn’t Be Telling Them About Your LIFE Story, You Do Want To Tell Them Your Professional …