You may strongly doubt that the great jewel masters like Harry Winston or Cartier have ever been in class to learn how to create jewels. Nowadays it’s more than just an art, it’s a science and to become one of the best in the field you need both a vision and a knowledge. In the list bellow you can see some of the schools that offer such training.

  1. The Lawrence’s University of Kansas.

    This university has a program for Metalsmithing and Jewelry. The program is part of the Department of Visual Arts. Students have a craft area on their disposal that never closes and metal studio. In the metal studio students learn and train how to solder, enamel, cast and polish. There are supply store and computer lab to allow the young craftsmen to practice during the any time of day and night. The university has campuses in five different cities around the state of Kansas.

  2. Rochester Institute of Technology.

    RIT has a two level program in Metalcrafts and Jewelry. If that’s your passion in RIT you can pursue MFA and BFA. The MFA is two years and the enrolled students can take part in the School of American Crafts residency program. The undergraduates also have opportunity to take courses in 3D design; art history and concept drawing.

  3. San Diego State University.

    SDSU’s undergraduate program in Applied Arts and Sciences focuses on metalworks and jewelry crafting. The students will learn how to make design and art research; to cast, set stones,form die and other craft subjects and activities. For those students that would like to develop in the field of arts, SDSU offers MFA on jewelry and metalwork applied design.

  4. Indiana University.

    Methasmithing and Jewelry Design” is the name of IU’s program that may grab your attention. It has MFA and BFA forms. They emphasize on the development of technical skills in work with various materials. After finishing this program you can even teach.

  5. California College of the Arts.

    CCA’s “Jewelry/Metal Arts”gets in this list. The metal arts courses exist over a century now. They cover different areas like creation of wearable art pieces.

The education is something very important in state’s politics and Russian education has a long story of excellence in different fields. Despite the political situation, the benefits you will get from studying in the multinational giant Russia worth the efforts. No matter what criteria you will use to choose your school, there are a couple that you need to give some attention:

  1. Lomonosov Moskow State University.

    This institution of higher education was established more than two and a half centuries ago by the famous Russian poet Mikhail Lomonosov. LMSU has 15 research centers and 39 faculties. It is Alma Mater to over 50,000 students and it has over 6,000 tutors and professors. The campus covers 1 million sq. m., a hundred structures and buildings. In Lomonosov University’s dormitories are living around 12,000 students every year. MSU’s library houses 9 million books. It also is known to have the tallest study building in the world.

  2. Saint Petersburg State University.

    This is the oldest university in Russia, established in 1724 by Peter the Great. SPSU comprises of 13 research institutes, 22 faculties and 6 other colleges and departments. The teaching stuff numbers 5,800 people and the SPSU’s campuses are located in Peterhof and on the Vasilievski Island. The list of notable alumni of this university include two of the Russian presidents – Medvedev and Putin. In SPSU study over 32,000 students every year.

  3. Bauman Moskow State Technical University.

    The first technical university of Russia was established in 1830 and it is an heir of the Educational Imperial House founded by Catherine the Great in 1763. BMSTU is focused on applied sciences and various fields of engineering. Every year through BMSTU’s doors pass around 20,000 students and the teaching staff numbers about 3,500 professors and lectors. Baumanka, as you can hear people calling the university, houses 19 specialized departments full-time . The full studying cycle in BMTSU takes 6 years and only one tenth of the applicants can enter the university. The process of admission consists of three exams – Russian, math and physics. Baumanka conducts 90scientific programs and takes part in the innovational programs of over 32 companies.

If it was nineteenth century – probably in some merchant’s shop. Nowadays it’s not enough to know how to trade. Business is more challenging than ever and almost any economic activity can be turned into business. From garages and small shops to huge enterprises, there are principles that are applicable to every form of business. But where you can learn them? College is the best place for this aim!

  1. London.

    The British capital has earned a glory as the place with most businesses on sq. mile. Not only it has one of the mega-economies in the world but it also has some of the best and most prestigious business schools in the whole planet: London School of Business and Finance; The London School of Economics and Political Science and City University have some of the best options for BA and MBA programs.

  2. Tokyo.

    One of the most important business cities is also a great place for study. And if you are international student you can also benefit from the meeting with a different culture. A lot of courses are taught in English. If you choose this destination check Tokyo Business School; GLOBIS University and Hitotsubashi ICS.

  3. Paris.

    The love capital is not only the best place for tourism, romance and fashion but also it is a home of a lot of companies from Global 500. Paris’ GDP is among the top 10 worldwide and there are located the Hqs of International Chamber of Commerce and UNESCO. Your attention (when it comes to study) should be drowned by PSB (Paris School of Business); Pole ESG and HEC Paris.

  4. New York.

    The explanation here is not needed. The schools on your attention in the Big Apple are NYU; Columbia University and Fordham University. There you can find the best BA and MBAs in The City.

  5. Singapore.

    It is ranked “The easiest place to make business” – the country’s law promotes different economic initiatives and international investments, so not only you can study nut also you can easily start business of your own here. Check the BA and MBAs in National University of Singapore, Singapore Management University and Nanyang Technological University.

Economics is a curious subject. It is one of few social sciences where it is impossible to get a consensus. The late Sir Winston Churchill famously said something along the lines of that if you put 12 economists in a room with the same problem, they will give you 12 different solutions. This is why it has several schools of thought such as the Keynesian school or Austrian school. Economics describes what determined production consumption and human behavior in a market economy. It is also said that microeconomists are wrong about small things, and that macroeconomists are wrong about big things. Political and business decisions still rely on economics. Let us have a look at two of the best places to study economics aside from MIT and Harvard university, which are home to two of the b est economics departments in the world.

Stanford University

Stanford University in California is one of the best universities in the world. Its economics department is no exception. It has produced several Nobel prize winners, and its research has served to create new economic theories and policy tools. The department of economics also works closely with other departments to ensure that its research is relevant to the real world.

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

The London School of Economics and Political Science is often just called by the London School the Economics. This is how important its contributions to the world of economics have been. They have been so important that people often forget about the political science part of the university. It is one of the biggest economics departments in the world. Its contributions are so substantial that its alumni and staff have one ten Nobel prizes, most recently in 2010. Almost every advance in economics in recent history can be linked to the London School of Economics. Why not try to join the school and join the ranks of such luminaries as Friedrich vos Hayek, Merton Miller, Ronald Coase, Amartya Sen, and George Akerlof.

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