Education in England, opens up broad prospects to graduates. Traditionally, English education was considered the equivalent quality as the foundation of it are deep traditions and techniques of education and learning, which evolved over centuries. Today, many Russians prefer to send their children to be educated in England. And all would be well and good, if on the epidemiological situation, which emerged in recent months. Many parents are seriously concerned about the "ban" on the departure of Mr Onishchenko organized groups of children to England for training. Although this prohibition is more advisory in nature, since legally fixed by the Government. In addition, receive education or be educated in England dealt with first parents, and they in turn claim that counseled their children to security measures and rules of conduct in public places with high risk of infection with swine influenza virus. According to the British Council in Moscow in 2008 to obtain a visa to travel to obtain education in England wanted 17 thousand Russian citizens.
In 2009, wanting to get an English education can be about 10 percent more. If we talk about the statistics of citizens receiving education in England, in the past year, 915 Russian citizens have graduated from Courses in-depth study of English in British schools, and 3,335 people have been trained in the universities of Great Britain. It's official statistics, as is well known, the actual numbers, as a rule, exceed average. With regard to the director of British educational institutions themselves, they prefer not to make any harsh statements about the "advisory" measures on the travel ban, saying that they would Any decision of the Russian partners. However, for its part ensure compliance with all epidemiological norms on campus, including the provision of necessary medical assistance in case of infection. And, Finally, the statement by the Minister of Health of Great Britain: 'Today, people are most likely to influenza A/H1N1 virus within their own countries, rather than contracting them abroad, thus inhibit the virus is becoming less effective measure. " And the comment the Director Research Centre 'Child', RAMS Academician Alexander Baranov: "The ride is possible unless avoiding places where recorded large outbreaks of disease.
Much more likely to think about strengthening the immune system: more use of vitamins in the form of fruits and vegetables, avoid crowded, poorly ventilated, such as the same movie theaters. Maybe in September, will increase in the incidence when people return from holidays, but it happens every year, and without any flu. Total: fears being whipped. "continue reading
Our cities have been characterized by people of different origin. Some come in search of new opportunities of work, study or to follow the steps of relatives who preceded him. Some have sense of belonging and others do not. Some are happy and others seek the first opportunity to return. There are those who already feel as if they were native and others that are still considered outsiders.
In all, case, we live mixed, intertwined and we accept each other. In reality it is not so easy to know who is here and who the of beyond. We invite you to answer the following test. If you are here, it will reaffirm their identity. If on the other hand, will discover how close (or far) is resemble here: 1. first thing someone here does in the morning is: a. prepare the coffee; b.
take coffee; c. ask the neighbor a little water to make coffee; d. bathe (when there is water); none of the above. 2. The color of water here is: a. cloudy; b. crystalline; c. cloudy, but making an effort you can take; d. costly; e. what water? 3. The first strike that was made here to protest the lack of water was: a. twenty years ago; b. it ten years ago; c. it two years ago; d. a year ago, but you could not leave because it found no water for bathing. 4 Point to which of these phrases are heard most frequently: a. this town is going to end; b. this year has been worse than the previous ones; c. so-and-so stole but did; d. This anyone; not fix it all of the above. 5. The people here is characterized by: a. throw the trash on the street; b. say that it will never vote and then vote by a friend of the compadre (I do deal with you, buddy, and then return to repentance; c. vote by anyone who is not of the group that has ruled in the past seven years; d. repent of having voted for whom voted it and miss the old days of those who both criticized; e. all of the above.) 6. When paving one Street: a. baptized with the name of any politician of yesteryear; b. a short time break it because the aqueduct company must do some work; c. the town is indebted and lasts ten years paying for it; d. rain (or other) waters and sand are responsible for clear pavement. E. what pavement? 7. The symbol more representative here is: a. a crab because it represents the way in which we move forward; b. a cow tail, because it symbolizes the way in which we progress: back and down; c. a chameleon, because it represents the beliefs of the majority; d. a toad and you don’t know why. Alejandro Rutto Martinez is a renowned journalist and Colombian writer, linked as a teacher at several Colombian universities. He is author of four books and co-author of three others in which addresses the theme of leadership, ethics, and human development. He is frequently invited as a speaker at conferences, forums, and other academic events. Get in touch with him through corrreo or call it cell 300 8055526.continue reading