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    Personal Statement I am applying for the Ph.D. program in Business Administration with a specialization in Marketing and I will state the skills that I have and will make me a valuable candidate. Also, I will state how this program will help me to achieve my goals. After finishing my high school, I been admitted to one of the leading universities in the area, King Faisal University. I enrolled in the Diploma program and specialized in Marketing, and after graduating with high GPA; I received a scholarship to pursue my undergraduate and earned a B.A. in Marketing. I also received another scholarship to study abroad, in the U.S.A., and study English and Masters degree in Business Administration, which I earned with emphases in International Business…

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    I was born in Saudi Arabia, and I’m from Arab origins dating back to the Arabs who lived in Yemen before decades, this from the Father side. On the other hand, my mother’s origins back to the south of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, from an area that is called Al-Aflaj, which belong to the city of Riyadh, capital city of Saudi Arabia. In fact, I was working as an employee management at the Deanship of Student Affairs for nearly twelve years, specifically from the end of 2001 until the end of 2013.…

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    The Tale of Ophelia There was once a Kingdom in Denmark named Venlighed, meaning kindness. The kingdom was ruled by a fair King and Queen. One day, the King and Queen were blessed with a gift of a daughter, and they named her Ophelia. But something wasn’t quite right with Ophelia. She was born with a deathly illness, so the noble King and Queen asked for the most powerful fairy godmother in the Kingdom. “I do not have the power to cure the princess from her illness, but I can give her a gift to…

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    In a discussion about the paradigms of public education, Ken Burns addresses the controversial topic of cultural education. Public education is experiencing a time of confusion in helping children develop cultural identity so the new generation can continue to play an important role in globalization. This confusion causes an immediate reaction: continue to do what has been done in the past--instruct children to work hard, do well, and earn a college degree, then they will get a job. Many…

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    I have observed many children who have dropped out of college because they were not ready for the freedom of being on their own. I remember my next door neighbor only let her son attend a local community college. The other children attended colleges and universities far away from home, but he went to school nearby. The reason behind that is because his mom wanted to make sure her child was prepared for college mentally. She didn’t want her son to drop out because of parties, and not keeping up…

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    With 86.75 percent of the U.S. population having some type of internet access, this statement is accurate. We do everything over the internet; from keeping in touch with love ones to completing our educational goals. In the last couple of years the number of students taking online classes has seen a steady increase. According to E. Allen and J. Seaman (2013) in 2013, 32 percent of college/university students were participating in one or more online courses. In an article “Revolution hits the…

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    The Desire for “More” Derives from School In every classroom, there are an abundance of different students that attend school for several reasons. Some of those reasons may be to graduate and venture to college, to play sports in college, to get a brighter education, or just to receive their diploma at the end of one’s twelve year-period of struggle and chaos. Each person has a goal that is different than another’s, but there are some students who struggle with the question of why to stay in…

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    Hardwork. Dedication. No reward One of these doesn’t seem to connect with the others. If you are a working hard and dedicated to what you do, shouldn’t you receive a reward. That thought goes through the heads of college athletes, everyday. They live this story, putting in hard work and time into playing for their school, yet they receive nothing. All these athletes play for the organization known as the National Collegiate Athletic Association or the NCAA for short. The NCAA is a…

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    post-secondary education once finished with high school), they attend part-time, works full-time, have dependents other than a spouse, an/or is a single parent. Nontraditional students have the opportunity to submit the FASFA much like younger students, because federal student aid generally does not have any age restriction. However, there are some restrictions based on the educational background that these individuals have. According to Motivational Factors Underlying College Students '…

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    way. All in all, it’s free money right? According to debt.com, In 2012-13, full-time undergraduates at public, four-year schools received an average of $5,750 in gift aid from all sources. This includes scholarships and grants which in fact do help students out. However, don’t forget the average year of college cost 14,000. In turn, you get approximately a semester for school paid for assuming you attended all four years. Let’s bring this back to K-State, according to our school’s website, 7 out…

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