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6.0001 Introduction to Computer Science and Programming in Python is intended for students with little or no programming experience. It aims to provide students with an understanding of the role computation can play in solving problems and to help students, regardless of their major, feel justifiably confident of their ability to write small programs that allow them to accomplish useful goals. The class uses the Python 3.5 programming language.

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MIT puts free programming course online


It’s all free, including lecture notes and videos. Just the thing for those rainy weekends.

If you’ve never written or debugged a program, here’s an opportunity – MIT has a free introduction to programming on its web site.

There’s a lot of these free courses floating around online – we recently pointed out that MIT has more than 2,000 online . You don’t get an MIT degree, but they might fit the bill if you’re the type that values having some knowledge under your belt.

Fortunately there’s "little or no" programming experience required for this one. The goal: write "small programs". Python is the weapon of choice.

According to the MIT syllabus, the course includes:

  • the process of writing and debugging a program
  • learning a basic set of "recipes"—algorithms
  • straight line, branching, and looping programs
  • algorithmic techniques
  • how to structure programs using decomposition and abstraction

More than a few weekends in there.

Also read: Learn electronics online for free

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How Much Can You Really Learn With a Free Online Education?

The world’s most prestigious universities have begun posting entire curricula on the Web—for free. Is there such a thing as a free higher-education lunch? I enrolled to find out

By Josh Dean

posted Sep 1st, 2009 at 11:40am

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I was not screwing around. When I took the first physics class of my life, at age 35, it was at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and my professor was Walter Lewin, one of that institution’s most respected instructors. Lewin is a man so comfortable with his vectors that he diagrams them in front of a classroom audience while wearing Teva sandals.

OK, I wasn’t really “at” MIT. And “took” the class may be a stretch. I was watching the video of one of Lewin’s lectures from the comfort of my backyard in Brooklyn, and I too was wearing sandals (but not Tevas; I have standards).

Lewin is the breakout star of MIT’s OpenCourseWare (OCW) program, what the school calls a “Web publication” of virtually every class taught in its hallowed halls. For his dynamic teaching and frequent stunts (building a human pendulum, firing golf balls at glass panels), he’s been downloaded by physics enthusiasts around the globe and profiled on the front page of the New York Times as the first luminary of online open learning. The professor’s fans are examples of a new type of student participating in a new kind of education, one built around the vast library of free online courseware offered by many of the world’s temples of higher learning, as well as museums, nonprofit organizations and other knowledgeable benevolents.

Why would someone who’s not paying $38,000 or getting a single credit subject themselves to the rigors of an MIT course? For one thing, OCW offers elite teaching on demand. College students at lesser schools can use a teacher like Lewin to stretch themselves (32 percent of MIT’s OCW users are enrolled at another college). A high-school physics teacher might tune in to brush up on the laws of thermodynamics — or become a better teacher by studying different methods of instruction. An engineer can beef up by taking tests from the advanced-level classes to identify stuff he ought to know but doesn’t and then dive into course notes to learn them.

And then there’s the just plain curious, a category that would include me. I wondered: What’s an MIT course like, anyway? Could I, more than a decade out of school, hang with those young brainiacs? To find out, I dusted off my three-ring binder and re-enrolled in school part-time from the comfort of my couch, drawing not just from MIT but from the many free sources online. Mimicking a typical course load, I would take a science course and a language course, attempt to cram in a computer-programming course, and watch as many miscellaneous lectures as I could stand. I wanted to see if I, in a month, operating as an adult balancing a semi-regular schedule and lots of other obligations, could actually learn something.

MIT for Free

The idea behind MIT’s OpenCourseWare program was born in 2000 on the recommendation of a faculty committee convened to answer two questions: How is the Internet going to change education? And what is MIT going to do about it?

Steve Carson, a spokesman for OCW, which is now a full entity within MIT with a $3.6-million budget, told me that the group was expected to recommend a for-profit distance-learning program. Once they started thinking hard about such a model, however, it didn’t make sense.

The problem is that MIT is, by its very nature, an exclusive institution, which accepts a mere 12 percent of its applicants and charges a small fortune for the privilege of attending. To put a scaled-back version of that online, available to a much larger audience, and still award credit would potentially devalue the existing university. Instead, they decided to do the opposite: put everything out there for free, but with no offer of credit or a degree. It would cost a lot of money, sure, but it would be great for the school’s image, and it would be a tremendous resource for actual MIT students — as Carson puts it, a “souped-up Wikipedia” for the MIT community to use. In the meantime, it would give the whole world the opportunity to sample an MIT education. Shigeru Miyagawa, a professor of Japanese and linguistics at MIT, was one of the key members of that committee. He speaks of the program with uncut idealism. “Why are we doing this?” he says. “We’re doing this because of the belief that knowledge, when you share it, expands.”

Mathematics on the Refrigerator

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Boy does it. OCW went live as a pilot program in 2002 with 50 courses. Five years later, MIT celebrated the publishing of its 1,800th course, and today more than 250 schools around the world have similar programs — many participating through the OCW Consortium, set up by MIT to help other schools follow its example. MIT estimates that 56 million people have accessed its courses alone, either directly from OCW or from its six translation sites. The 200-plus members of the OCW Consortium saw 15.7 million visits in the first quarter of this year alone. Apple created iTunes U to distribute classes in audio and video. YouTube has a channel called YouTube EDU.

And there’s much more beyond MIT — sites like Academic Earth (a clearinghouse for lectures from scholars and intellectuals), Google Code University, and thousands of free or for-profit sites teaching everything from Swedish to how to build and service solar cells. It’s a rich, burbling, overwhelming world. You could easily tumble down this rabbit hole and emerge weeks later, bearded, bleary-eyed and the most annoying party guest of all time. Or you could find that you’re not as smart as you thought you were.

Reality Check

“In physics we explore the very small to the very large,” Lewin said. He stood in front of the class in pleated khaki cargo pants and a blousy blue oxford and spoke with the sort of vague, undefined European accent that would make him an excellent foil for James Bond. (He turns out to be Dutch.) Lewin dismissed the American system of measure as “extremely uncivilized” and said his class would be based on the metric system. Then he rolled the film “Powers of 10,” at which point my screen went black and a note indicated that copyright prevented the film from being included.

Day one, and I’d already stumbled on an important limitation of the OCW experience. MIT (or any school) doesn’t have the right to give away copyrighted materials such as films or textbooks used in class. In the case of the former, it’s often not much of an issue; I just went to YouTube and dialed up the slightly dated (and moderately psychedelic) 1977 film made by Ray and Charles Eames to depict the relative size of things in the universe. But when it comes to books, it’s a stumbling block.

I was operating under the misguided notion that I could survive this experiment using only what was completely free, so I chose not to click the amazon.com link to order the textbook. That turned out to be a major problem. It quickly became clear that I was not equipped with the same foundational basis in math or physics that the students in this first-semester freshman physics course were, and without the supplemental text, I had no additional tool for decoding Lewin’s scribbles. Obviously, I couldn’t ask a question, either.

I stuck with it, for a while. In a week, I watched three of Lewin’s 50-minute lectures and understood almost none of them. The stunts for which he’s become famous are undeniably entertaining — I think it’s fair to call this prop-wielding genius the Gallagher of science — but at the end of each hour I’d look down at my scrawls and realize they were useless to me. They looked like hieroglyphics.

I got that long-dormant lost-in-class feeling that triggers notebook doodles and clock watching, and I started to dread “going.” And so, in a departure lounge at Miami International Airport, around the time Lewin said, “We now come to a much more difficult part, and that is multiplication of vectors,” I decided to drop the class.

Thank God for Flash Cards

The guilt I felt over my failure to absorb higher math was soon offset by two things. First, I realized that unlike in college, there was no consequence or embarrassment to dropping the class. No walk of shame to the registrar’s office, and it’s not as if Lewin would miss me. Two, I was getting more bilingual by the day.

After hunting for the perfect online language course, I’d settled on a Romanian class from BYKI (Before You Know It), a for-profit site with a broad selection of free options, including a boiled-down version of its software that enables you to study vocabulary and basic grammar using a program of downloadable pop-up flash cards. The idea is to hook you and hope you’ll pay up to $70 for the full version, but what’s free is substantial; plenty, it seemed, to crash-prepare for a trip. I wasn’t actually going to Romania, I was simply curious about the tongue that I’d recently learned is the fifth Romance language. In fact, I happened to have a trip scheduled to a place where Romanian would do me no good at all: Ecuador.

On day five, lying on the musty sheets of a hotel bed in Quito, I learned to count from one to 10 in Romanian in less than half an hour using the program’s highly intuitive card system. It starts by having you read and repeat the words in English and Romanian and then has you type the translation both ways. It’s self-correcting, and when you miss a word, that word is given higher priority and appears more often until you’ve proven that you’ve learned it. It works. By the time I headed out for the night, I could transcribe a phone number in Romanian.

Romanian on Refrigerator

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It turns out that this kind of itinerant self-schooling is pretty common. MIT says 61 percent of OCW users live outside the U.S. (the largest block is in East Asia, with 22 percent). Steve Carson shared case studies with me featuring students, educators and self-learners from Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Nigeria and St. Lucia.

Take the story of two Bostonians, Ann Nguyen and Alison Cole. Recent college grads (Nguyen from the University of Massachusetts — Amherst, Cole from Scotland’s Edinburgh Napier University), the two decamped this summer to India, where they plan to live cheaply for a few years while attempting a bold experiment. Nguyen and Cole saw in OCW’s freely available teachings the material for an “alternative grad school” of their own design. Theirs is the ultimate study-abroad program — self-imposed graduate-level distance learning conducted from a far-flung location that also happens to have plenty of opportunities for hands-on work related to the subject of study, environmental engineering. Cole told me that she’s not sure how well it will work but that the two want to answer a number of questions, foremost among them: Can a person conduct work with high academic integrity outside the auspices of an institution?

“I’m an academic at heart,” Cole says. “But the realization that continuing my education would only further my debt and reduce my ability to afford life and a family really bummed me out.” She and Nguyen are using the syllabi from MIT OCW’s courses in ground hydrology, soil behavior and aquatic chemistry to construct a program that will study arid-land restoration, a subject that has practical applications in India and will also be relevant out there in job-land when it comes time to move back. (How employers will feel about this self-governed education remains to be seen.)

Although Cole and Nguyen appear to be the first to attempt to use OCW as the basis for a full-blown graduate program, they’re hardly the only hardcore autodidacts. Consider “Deevani,” who e-mailed me one afternoon in response to a call for satisfied OCW students. Deevani turned out to be A. Ines Rooney, a 34-year-old music-industry executive who moonlights as a songwriter specializing in the Latin-inspired hip-hop known as reggaeton. Rooney is self-taught in 12 languages, including Urdu, Bengali and Mandarin, and spends whatever spare time she has after producing and recording records (and raising her children) to devour OCW language, culture, literature, economics and finance classes — some 80 of them so far, she estimates. “I think I have a Ph.D. right now,” she says, half-kidding. “I just don’t have the credit.”

Rooney is right. You’ll never earn a degree from your self-imposed studies. As Carson points out, no amalgam of text and video, no matter who builds it, will ever be a substitute for an actual MIT education. (Or an education from Carnegie Mellon, or Notre Dame, or anywhere else.) You can’t actually use the labs or interact with faculty, who are the real draw of a college.

Like any open-source program, however, free Internet education is evolving. “There are Yahoo groups that have formed around MIT content,” Carson says. “If [independent learners] don’t need certification but need content, they can go to OpenCourseWare and form a group.”

(Sort of) Living Up to My Potential

I could have used a support group. The second week of my experiment, a little shell-shocked by my failure in physics, I listened to three MIT biology lectures. It didn’t stick. Next I sought out something science-y that was both easier to handle and more practical. I opted for a seminar taught by the chemist Patricia Christie, a lecturer in MIT’s Experiment Study Group. “Cooking,” read the course description for Kitchen Chemistry, “may be the oldest and most widespread application of chemistry, and recipes may be the oldest practical result of chemical research.” It sounded perfect until I hit a snag: There were no video or audio lectures.

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I wrote to Carson in a panic, and he broke the news to me. Only 79 of the OCW courses come with video lectures (another 22 come with audio). The program was intended as a print-based initiative; whether to add video was the professor’s call. In essence, mine would be a lab class without the labs. I bit into the curriculum anyway. The class on bread obliged me to investigate the science of yeast, thought to be the oldest industrial biological agent. My curiosity piqued, I spent an entire afternoon bouncing around the Web reading about baking science.

Yeast cells coming to life are biochemistry in action. I tested the process by making a yeast air balloon, just like the students in the real class. I mixed yeast, sugar and water in a bottle and watched as the carbon dioxide given off inflated a balloon affixed to the neck. It was amateur science, sure, but it was science. And in the end I got something useful: some challah that my girlfriend, an aficionado of toast, declared the best bread she’d had all year. I began to look forward to each kitchen chemistry “class,” and by the last week of my experiment I had made my pancakes fluffier, attempted my first stew and my first pie, understood for the first time how baking soda works, and learned what an emulsion is. I even made a soft, lemony cheese. In the kitchen, at least, I was an improved person thanks to self-directed study.

Romanian was also proving a success. By the final week of my month-long experiment, I could meet and greet people in a Bucharest of my imagination, bargain a cabbie from 10 lei to 5 (though if he argued, I’d be stuck), and identify 16 different animals, including an eagle (the word, oddly enough, is vultur).

My foray into computer science, on the other hand, was only moderately better than the physics debacle. I started with the grand ambition of building an iPhone app, but the online Stanford University course I was considering required you to possess “C language and programming experience at the level of 106B or X.” I had no idea what these things meant, so I changed my mind. After spending two weeks of my “term” shopping for a new course (hey, no registration deadline here), I settled on trying to learn an old, elementary programming language called Logo. As one Logo site declared: So simple a child can do it!

Or me. A message board led me to a Logo class built by a generous British man. I downloaded the simple software and in minutes had mastered the first tutorial, which involved learning to direct a small turtle around the screen using simple commands. I could make squares, triangles and combinations of the two. I could also use Logo to complete equations both simple (addition) and more complex (trigonometric functions). A few tutorials later, I was making the program speak. It wasn’t long, though, before terms like “data types and values” and “flow control” crept into the syllabus and I felt myself falling behind, wishing I could raise my hand and ask someone to explain it to me. By the second or third lesson I was getting the dreads, and for days after I avoided it entirely, procrastinating by any means necessary, including Romanian.

My failure to keep up with even basic science courses told me something I already knew, which is that I’m a writer, not a scientist or programmer. And that leads me to the first of a few Free Online School Rules I’d learned by the end of my experiment:

1. You get what you pay for. “Free” means no asking questions in the middle of class, which can be a dealbreaker with a subject as potentially confusing as physics.
2. That said, it might help if you actually buy the textbook.
3. Free online learning is not going to teach you anything substantial overnight, or in a week (unless you are Rain Man, in which case you’re just memorizing anyway). Plan to do a whole course.
4. There are few things better than hot bread made with your own two hands, especially when you understand the science of why it’s so delicious.
5. We are at the beginning of this experiment, not the end.

“You know where we’re heading with this,” says Shigeru Miyagawa, who believes that OCW has enriched current students and faculty, enhanced MIT’s reputation as an institution at the forefront of innovation, and provided an invaluable opportunity to show off its smarts to those prospective geniuses that top schools fight for. “You can already see it. You” — here he means an institution — “can’t afford not to do OCW. I foresee that in five years, all major institutions will be opening courses to let the world see what they do. It’s a no-brainer, right?”

On the next page, our guide to the best places to learn on the web.

Who has time to search the web when there’s so much learning to be done? So we’ve put together a list of our favorite 10 free online resources here. The first lesson is that, if you can think of the topic, chances are you can find a course on it at one of these sites.

Learn from the Best: Many of the nation’s top schools have opened up online annexes

1. MIT OpenCourseWare
Its list of 1,900 courses includes Weight Training and Playwriting. But the majority of “students” visit the oldest open courseware program for the subjects that made the Institute so renowned: physics, math and electronics.

2. University of Berkeley
It’s no surprise that the top-ranked public university offers a few dozen online audio and video lectures each semester. And live videos from special campus events, like the Dalai Lama talking about peace through compassion, could make you feel like you’re in the middle of college life.

3. Johns Hopkins School of Public Health OpenCourseWare
If you’re interested in a softer side of science, you can find written, video and audio lectures on public health topics ranging from sexual health to the fundamentals of human nutrition.

Extracurriculars: Round out your education

4. Google Code U
Becoming a master of your own domain, speaking C++, and hackproofing your data are all possible at Google Code U. And if you feel inspired to give back to the community that teaches you all that computer science, you’re in luck. The site accepts appropriate course content from its users.

5. Hewlett-Packard Learning Center
Brush up on basic computer skills like Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint, as well as life skills such as business etiquette, from the technology giant Hewlett-Packard. You can even opt to receive a degree to hang on the wall once you completed your course.

6. BYKI
“You know,” “generally speaking,” “in order to” learn a foreign language, you have to memorize the most common phrases and words. Or so goes the mantra of this online language resource that promises to have you speaking one of over 70 different languages “before you know it.”

7. Digital Photography School
The site offers tutorials and tips for digital photographers of all levels.

Cast the Net Wide: A trio of lecture aggregators

8. Academic Earth
Perusing video lectures from different universities on Academic Earth is so smooth and seamless that you will have plenty of brain cells left over for learning.

9. YouTube EDU
In the same familiar format used for scanning screenshots of fluffy kitty videos, YouTube aggregates video content from different learning centers.

10. iTunes U
Use your iPhone or iPod touch for a higher purpose than tweeting with iTunes U. The application brings a list of the most popular lectures from different universities and cultural institutions to your fingertips.


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keeps us updated about the upcoming changes in the regulation of pharmacies.

So, where do you plan to start out from and what do you have to be a
Pharmacy Entrepreneur?

Every aspiring Pharmacists can establish their own retail pharmacy but to achieve your goal as a successful entrepreneur you have to build your business on a solid foundation. Location of your pharmacy and design layout based on local shopping behaviours are the foundation of your business over which you can improve the strength of your pharmacy through products, services and customer care.

So now you are determined to become a pharmacy Entrepreneur, How to make your Start-Up pharmacy to be the number one choice of your community.?

Here is a short introduction and start-up Instructions

1. Feasibility studies, market survey are more than important before making the decision to setup the pharmacy , this helps you to see the potential of your business you are building.

2. Your sales forecast must be gathered during your feasibility studies along with your source of Income and structure of your business.

3. Check your region’s health care reform policies and analyze the pro’s and con’s along with your business strategy.

4. Do a SWOT analysis of your business based on the location, business opportunities available in the community and your personal capabilities and see if this can be the right decision for your future.

5. Start functioning with very limited human resources and be involved in every aspect of the functioning of your pharmacy (at least partially) this will help you to take the right decision while recruiting the suitable person for the job.

SERVICES WE OFFER for new pharmacies:1. Creating Business Plan2. Pharmacy Design & Space Planning3. Logo & Branding Manual4. Category Management5. Assistance on Retail Operations6. Assistance on Online & Community Marketing7. Regular Updates on Global Pharmacy Trends
8. Merchandising techniques

The marketing and sales strategy of your Pharmacy should be based on generating long-term personalized relationships with your customers, Consistent offering of high quality medicines and excellent customer service can increase the number of your customers by more than 25% for the first year and then more than 30% subsequently.

“We become what we behold.
We shape our tools and then our tools shape us”

The future of your business lies in the numbers of loyal customers, their capacity and the business structure. If all of these factors are missing from your business, then it may not be too long before the business closes shop. we know it from our working experiences with start-up pharmacy Entrepreneurs, “If things are put in place with well proved business strategy and reliable technologies — your business will survive off its own cash flow and your life and the generations to come will prosper through it.”

AT LITTLE RUNAWAY..

We encourage new entrepreneurs and as a contribution to your business, new pharmacy entrepreneurs will get 
30% discount 
on all our services. Our services will enable you to increase returns from your two biggest investments — Pharmacy space and products.

✑ CONTACT US NOW.! to get advice and suggestion on Your #Pharmacy..!

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100 Free Sample Business Plan Templates for Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses

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Looking for free sample business plan templates? You’ll find plenty here. For FREE! 🙂

The biggest problem most entrepreneurs have with writing a business plan is that they don’t know where or how to start.

If you’re one of those who’s looking for a simple, effortless and straightforward way to write a great business plan, today’s your lucky day!

This article contains a long list of free sample business plan templates that will give you the easy start you really need to write your own business plan. Just look for a sample that suits your business and tweak it until it’s yours!

Copy, edit and use; it’s that easy!

In my experience, a business plan is not always the long, complex and scary document you think it is. Depending on your target audience (banks, investors, business plan competition), a business plan can be as simple or complex as you want it.

The list below covers a wide range of businesses. Whether you’re planning for a night club, used car sales, wedding planning or child day care services , you’ll find a business plan sample for any kind of business you can think of.

If in the end, you don’t find a sample plan for the business you want, visit the 500+ Business Plan Samples to see more.

Enjoy!

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1.    Night Club Business Plan

The Spot is a new night club that will focus on attracting the students of State University, with a student population that exceeds 22,000 and growing by 15% each year. The night club will be located one block away from the main campus. Read Full Business Plan  

2.    Hair & Beauty Salon Business Plan

Trend Setters is a full-service beauty salon dedicated to consistently providing high customer satisfaction by rendering excellent service, quality products, and furnishing an enjoyable atmosphere at an acceptable price, value and relationship.  Read Full Business Plan

3.    Spa Health Club Business Plan

Visions (VS) is a socially and environmentally conscious health club that is concerned not only with physical beauty but also with mental well being. It is a health club with environmental and social concerns that sets it apart from other clubs; all products used are plant safe and cruelty free.  Read Full Business Plan   

4.    Bed and Breakfast Hotel Business Plan

The long-term goal of Coach House Bed and Breakfast (Coach House) is to become the best choice on Tybee Island, Georgia for temporary lodging by creating a differentiated experience capitalizing on personal service, the historical nature of the Coach House building, and its unique location in one of the most attractive parts of the Old South.  Read Full Business Plan  

5.    Plumbing Business Plan

Water Tubes Plumbing is a plumbing company that has chosen residential new homes as its preferred niche. Water Tubes will be able to handle any service request for plumbing of volume home builds or custom new homes.  Read Full Business Plan  

6.    Painting Contractors Business Plan

Barnum Painters will provide top-quality interior and exterior residential and commercial painting services. The principal officers of Barnum Painters believe that most companies in this industry suffer two major problems : poor scheduling of job projects and poor retention of quality employees. We intend to change the way these are done and excel in both areas.  Read Full Business Plan 

7.    Home Interior Design Business Plan

Hamlin and Park Design will offers a wide range of interior design services to meet any client’s needs in our business area. Our services will include : On-site consultations; Project survey & analysis; Space planning & furniture arrangement; Design concepts; Finishes & furnishings; Custom designs; Purchasing, delivery, & installation; Project coordination & management.  Read Full Business Plan  

8.    Furniture Manufacturer Business Plan

Trestle Creek Cabinets will be formed as a cabinet company specializing in custom cabinets for the high-end residential, resort, and commercial market. Its founders have extensive experience in the construction and cabinet industry.  Read Full Business Plan  

9.    Equipment Rental Sales Business Plan

Equipment Rental, Inc. (ER) is a company that sells and rents heavy equipment such as bulldozers, backhoes, excavators, and trenchers as well as small home use and construction equipment such as tillers, augers, and chain saws.  Read Full Business Plan 

10.    Building Construction Business Plan

Concrete Installation LLC plans to become the leading provider of concrete formwork services in the area. This means always having the best and most efficient facilities, processes, and people. Read Full Business Plan  

11.    Construction Repair Business Plan

HodgePodge Sealcoating Company is a service provider that offers crack filling and sealcoating to residential customers. Sealcoating protects asphalt driveways by filling the cracks and coating the surface of the driveway, protecting it against the weather.  Read Full Business Plan

12.    Computer Consulting Business Plan

Calico Computer Consulting shall provide fast and reliable technical assistance to small office computer users. The keys to success for CCC are marketing and networking, responsiveness, quality, and generating repeat customers. The initial primary service offered will be hourly technical aid, although retainer contracts and projects will be considered in the future growth.  Read Full Business Plan   

13.    Wedding Consultant Business Plan

TLC Wedding Consultants is a full service company that provides complete consulting services for weddings , holy unions and anniversaries. Our services include weddings, honeymoons, receptions, anniversary consultations, budget planning, answers to etiquette questions, as well as full-service referrals to florists, hair stylists, entertainers, musicians, etc.  Read Full Business Plan  

14.    Business Consulting Business Plan

Growth Management and Strategies (GMS) is an ambitious innovative new company that is attempting to turn the small business consulting business on its head. With an experienced consultant at the helm as President, GMS intends to grow at more than 50 percent per year through solid customer service, a great sales plan, proven competitive strategies, and a group of people that bring dynamic energy to the company and the sales process.  Read Full Business Plan  

15.    Seminar & Training Business Plan

Advanced Linguistic Pontificators is a leading seminar and training program company led by a best-selling author. Advanced Linguistic Pontificators will be targeting medium- and large-size companies and corporations. Pontificators will quickly reach profitability and achieve $79,000 of net profit by Year Two.  Read Full Business Plan 

16.    Marketing Strategy Consultant Business Plan

The Cambridge Strategy Group (CSG), is dedicated to providing marketing and management consulting services to small and emerging businesses looking for opportunities to increase their potential for success. Unlike traditional management consulting firms that focus on analyzing problems for large customers, CSG works exclusively with small business clients to develop concrete, practical, short-term action plans that will start moving their businesses in the right direction.  Read Full Business Plan

17.    Day Care Business Plan

Safe Kids Child Care is a start-up organization that provides day care services to families living in the surburbs of a large city. This mid-sized child care facility serves children from three months to six years of age. Safe Kids’s services are safe and secure, providing the parents with an excellent place where their children can be taken care of.  Read Full Business Plan

18.    Child Care Business Plan

The Toddler Warehouse is a full-service child care/development facility that cares for toddlers from age three to five. The Toddler Warehouse will be concentrating on the upper end of the market: which is made up of double-income professional parents.  Read Full Business Plan 

19.    Diaper Manufacturer Business Plan

Baby Nappies World plans to enter and penetrate the baby nappies and sanitary pads market. Baby Nappies World is poised to take advantage of the impressive growth rate and minimal local competition in this market. It will have a dedicated and experienced staff, excellent order procurement, and effective management and marketing.  Read Full Business Plan

20.    Movie Theater Business Plan

The Falls River Theatre will provide the residents of Falls River with a long-awaited, hometown movie theatre. The films shown will be second run releases of the most popular movies in two target markets: families and young adults.  Read Full Business Plan 

21.    Parenting Centre Business Plan

A Mother’s Place is a new company targeted to open in downtown Santa Cruz. We will provide a family-friendly environment with high quality customer service to meet the daily emotional, physical and social well-being needs of mothers, young children and other family members. Read Full Business Plan

22.    Recreation Center Business Plan

Play Time for Kids has identified the family entertainment industry as its primary interest and the company has focused its efforts on the development of one or more family entertainment centers (FEC) to provide quality family entertainment activities to the communities in the Our County, Big City area.  Read Full Business Plan

23.    Tutoring Service Business Plan

Bryan’s Tutoring Service offers a wide range of academic subjects. Sessions can be set up as private or students may form groups for tutoring. Private sessions offer intense individual assistance, but groups sessions can also be beneficial with decreased economic costs and the use of team-based approach that the business program encourages. Read Full Business Plan 

24.    Educational Software Business Plan

Third Degree I.D. designs, develops, and markets instructional products and services for the corporate, education , government, and healthcare e-learning industries. It provides a core deliverable of programs, courses, and learning objects for the distance education, distributed learning, and e-learning markets.  Read Full Business Plan  

25.    Driving School Business Plan

Markam Driving School (MDS) offers a wide range of driver services. It is ultimately the goal of the company to be a one-stop facility for all driver needs, including registration, licensing, etc., but at this time Markam mainly offers private and commercial driver education in the Seattle, WA area. MDS is positioned as a low-cost facility with excellent service. Read Full Business Plan  

26.    Computer Software Business Plan

FoodFun Lifeskills Instructional Software (FoodFun LIS) is a start-up organization whose vision is to create the finest education/entertainment software for non-reading individuals with developmental disabilities. The software product is designed and created for the special education industry. It will be constructive by teaching certain lifeskills and will be fun to use, encouraging the student to use it as often as possible.  Read Full Business Plan 

27.    Teachers Employment Agency Business Plan

Teacherafterschooljobs.com is a new job search website that is designed to provide teachers with part-time or seasonal employment, supplementing their current income. The site will be effective in matching educated, mature, responsible educators with employers in need of their part-time or summer assistance. Read Full Business Plan  

28.    Agriculture Farm Business Plan

Botanical Bounty is working hard to become a leading producer of botanical plants for the natural supplement industry as well as plant nurseries. By leveraging a well thought-out business plan executed by a skilled management team, Botanical Bounty will generate over $216,000 in sales in the next three years.  Read Full Business Plan  

29.    Agriculture Fruit Farm Business Plan

Farmers Group is a company whose mission is to provide high quality, nutritional, and flavourful vegetables and strawberries for consumption in both near and remote areas. Additionally, the company will provide high quality planting materials for use nationwide.  Read Full Business Plan 

30.    Coffee Export Business Plan

Silvera & Sons prepares green Arabica coffee beans grown in Brazil for exportation to American specialty roasters and sells to wholesalers on the Brazilian market. Our coffee stands out from the competition. We prepare the top five percent, in terms of quality standards, of all Arabica beans on the market. Our customers seek this product as it provides them with a point of differentiation to specialty roasters. Read Full Business Plan  

31.    Wholesale Juice Business Plan

Oasis Juice is planning to expand its operation to include distribution to stores within the entire state.  Owner funding and internally generated cash flow will enable most of the expansion plans.   The company will also secure a $100,000 short-term loan.  Sales projections for the next three years are based on current sales success with the target customer base.  This plan will result in sales revenues growing to $1.2 million by Year 2.  Read Full Business Plan  

32.    Feed and Farm Supply Business Plan

Latheethen Feeds, Inc. is a well-established custom feed store. The company is engaged in the production of custom livestock feeds , bird feed, deer feed, and other animal products in relation to livestock animals, pets, etc. Latheethen Feeds, Inc. has recently expanded its production facility (custom mill) and is well-positioned to market its workroom production beyond its present client base.  Read Full Business Plan 

33.    Workout Gym Business Plan

The Mountain Brook Fitness Center is a thriving business-person’s club but is also one of the only family-focused clubs in the Monroe area. Fifty percent of our members are under the age of 45 and have young children. Currently, the center has 900 members. A center membership is $800 a year. The Mountain Brook Fitness Center wants to add an additional 300 members with families over the next three years.  Read Full Business Plan  

34.    Fitness Equipment Business Plan

Circuit Fitness Importing is a start-up business that has become the exclusive importer of the Wega Corporation’s innovative Esercitazione Diritta (Exercise Standing) fitness equipment. Circuit Fitness Importing is poised to receive the exclusive license to sell this patented equipment, already very popular in Europe, in the U.S.A.  Read Full Business Plan  

35.    Martial Arts School Business Plan

Cents and Sensibility will be a value-priced taekwondo martial arts school serving its customers in our community by providing several programs for a variety of purposes, ranging from basic martial arts, to self defense, to esteem and life skills building, and more.  Cents and Sensibility Martial Arts School plans to enhance its programs as it expands, developing new programs to ensure the students have as much access to the different aspects of Songahm Taekwondo as possible.  Read Full Business Plan 

36.    Physical Fitness Gym Business Plan

Ladies Only Fitness is a women-only health club that creates a personalized environment for women to pursue their fitness goals.  We have the best equipment and the best training program in this arena. We prepare our clients for success because we have the best weight-management program.  Positive Lifestyle Systems is a truly responsible and effective weight-management program. We offer this program with confidence. It is unbeatable.  Read Full Business Plan  

37.    Wholesale Bicycle Distributor Business Plan

Wheelie Deals is a wholesale distributor that serves the retail bicycle industry.  Wheelie Deals will carve out a focused niche within this industry, providing closeouts, last-year models, and fairly-used bicycles.  Currently, most of the large wholesalers will occasionally have a closeout to offer, however, the availability of special deals is spotty.  Wheelie Deals will quickly become the #1 source to provide retail shops with above average margins. Read Full Business Plan  

38.    Clothing Manufacturer Business Plan

New Look is a recent start-up manufacturer of an upscale clothing line targeted at males between the ages of 20 and 40. New Look not only develops the clothing line , but supports it with advertising and promotion campaigns. The company plans to strengthen its partnership with retailers by developing brand awareness. New Look intends to market its line as an alternative to existing clothing lines, and differentiate itself by marketing strategies, exclusiveness, and high brand awareness.  Read Full Business Plan 

39.    Cosmetics Manufacturing Business Plan

Bluespa is a company that has created a brand concept consisting of both skin care and athletic apparel utilizing multiple channels of distribution. We are seeking recurring investment to fund the growth of the brand, and position the company for an IPO. This plan shows how Bluespa will reach profitability in our third year of operation and generate shareholder return on equity within five years.  Read Full Business Plan  

40.    Plastics Recycling Business Plan

The growing utilization of plastics in industrial and consumer applications, combined with increased consumer awareness surrounding solid waste recycling , has led to an increased demand for recycled plastic resins and products. One of the fastest growing types of collected plastic materials for recycling is polyethylene terephthalate (“PET”) from post-consumer beverage and water bottles. Replay Plastics will capitalize on the opportunities in the recycled resin and packaging markets through two main divisions: a Recycling Division and a Packaging Division.  Read Full Business Plan  

41.    Cleaning Products Business Plan

The marketplace for janitorial products and services is changing, both in nature and scope. The consumer is becoming more conscious of the environmental impact of cleaners as the market expands. ChemSafe offers a innovative line of biodegradable, environmentally safe, citrus cleaners to janitorial services, retail outlets and consumers. The product line includes: Automotive cleaners; Industrial cleaners; Degreasers; Hand cleaners; Odour control; Tar remover; Concrete cleaners; Vehicle wash and wax products.  Read Full Business Plan 

42.    Office Furniture Manufacturer Business Plan

Willamette Furniture helps create pleasant and productive office environments with well-designed furniture that incorporates new technology into the classic office mode in which real people can work happily. We are sensitive to the look and feel of good wood and fine furniture as well as to high-powered personal computing. We always provide the best possible value to our customers who care about quality office environments, and we want every dollar spent with us to be well spent.  Read Full Business Plan  

43.    Remodeling Business Plan

Comgate is a custom mill house specializing in creating architectural woodwork in the form of wall paneling, custom cabinets, and other products for the local residential market. After initial losses and several thin profit years of competitive bidding construction projects, Comgate is creating this business plan in order to bring its mission statement into clearer focus. Prior years were characterized by hectic efforts to bid as many jobs as possible. Margins were thin as pricing policy was “flexible” for fear that there would be insufficient work for production staff. Read Full Business Plan  

44.    Retail Furniture Manufacturer Business Plan

Producing and selling furniture is a $12 billion industry.  The focus of the industry is on the affluent customer who can spend upwards of $3,000 on furniture purchases.  In our region, there are fifteen furniture stores that are competing for these customers with deep pockets.  Those customers who can’t afford these high prices are left with a poor selection of inferior products.  Read Full Business Plan 

45.    Specialty Gifts Business Plan

Pink Lady Bug Designs LLC (PLBD) is a provider of high-quality, uniquely crafted chocolates, gift baskets and other fine products that are sold for the purpose of raising awareness and funds for women’s health programs.  Read Full Business Plan  

46.    Pharmacy Business Plan

The Discount Pharmacy’s main goal is to provide prescription medications for our customers at the lowest prices on the market. We will be able to sell prescriptions at reduced prices by carefully maintaining efficiencies in our operations and by targeting a specific segment of the market – those customers who pay for their prescription medications themselves.  Read Full Business Plan  

47.    Laboratory Business Plan

Fargo Medical Laboratories (FML) is a start-up company committed to providing the most convenient, friendliest blood testing service to the physicians of the Main Street Professional Building and the surrounding area.  Read Full Business Plan 

48.    Medical Equipment Business Plan

MedNexis, Inc. (the company) is a medical device development company that has designed and patented medical devices which it plans to produce and market. A magnetic muscle stimulator/field generator has been designed with the participation of leading medical personnel and biomedical engineers. One patent is initially incorporated.  Read Full Business Plan  

49.    Real Estate  Broker Business Plan

While many people hope one day to purchase their own home, cultural barriers and shortages in affordable housing are just two of the issues that can prevent these dreams from materializing. Reed Properties is working to keep these dreams alive. This new real estate brokerage will not only define success by the number of units closed and sales volume but also by whether people were helped in the process.  Read Full Business Plan  

50.    Bakery Business Plan

Jolly’s Java and Bakery (JJB) is a start-up coffee and bakery retail establishment located in Southwest Washington. JJB expects to catch the interest of a regular loyal customer base with its broad variety of coffee and pastry products. The company plans to build a strong market position in the town, due to the partners’ industry experience and mild competitive climate in the area. JJB aims to offer its products at a competitive price to meet the demand of the middle-to higher-income local market area residents and tourists.  Read Full Business Plan 

51.    Catering Business Plan

Sumptuous Cuisine Catering is a local catering company serving both business and private clients within a ten mile radius. Established in 2005, the business has operated a catering kitchen and specialized in full-service catering and event planning for upscale events in the region. The business event management, event staff, a variety of cuisine for breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and appetizers, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage service, floral design, space design and decor, musicians and DJs, event equipment and furniture rentals, and other event services.  Read Full Business Plan  

52.    Restaurant Business Plan

New World Delicatessen (NWD) is an eating establishment focusing on heathy, nutritious, and fast food to the local downtown area. The New World Deli will be an upscale deli specializing in a combination of fast hot or cold sandwiches and salads plus specific recipes focusing on the Pacific Northwest cuisine. Based on this distinct menu, New World Deli will follow a differentiation strategy that will provide unique, or hard to find choices to deli patrons.  Read Full Business Plan  

53.    Fast Food Restaurant Business Plan

Fresin Fries is a locally owned fast food outlet that will be positioned as an international franchise through our creative approach to the company’s image and detail presentation. Fresin Fries will provide a combination of excellent food at value pricing, with fun packaging and atmosphere. Fresin Fries is the answer to an increasing demand for snack-type fast food, to be consumed while window shopping and walking around inside a shopping mall.  Read Full Business Plan 

54.    Fine Dining Restaurant Business Plan

Gabri’s Lounge & Restaurant is a 60-seat fine-dining restaurant with a 20 seat lounge. We focus on our New American-Swedish menu with a touch of Asian influence. The menu will be inspired from different countries’ specialties and appeal to a diverse clientele.  Read Full Business Plan  

55.    Food Preparation Business Plan

What’s For Dinner? is an exciting, new business with a unique approach to helping people enjoy home cooked meals with their families. Customers will come to our office location and prepare 12 meals that they pre-select from a menu in a party atmosphere. In two hours, they will have a month’s worth of meals to put in their freezer.  Read Full Business Plan  

56.    Internet Cafe Business Plan

JavaNet, unlike a typical cafe, will provide a unique forum for communication and entertainment through the medium of the Internet. The public wants: (1) access to the methods of communication and volumes of information now available on the Internet, and (2) access at a cost they can afford and in such a way that they aren’t socially, economically, or politically isolated. JavaNet’s goal is to provide the community with a social, educational, entertaining, atmosphere for worldwide communication.  Read Full Business Plan 

57.    Used Auto Sales Business Plan

There is a need in community for a large selection of quality used cars, and Integrity Auto Sales will sell these top-quality used vehicles at a competitive price to customers in the area. The owner and sales manager have over 30 years of combined experience in new and used auto sales. We will continue to develop our excellent working relationship with local dealers and auctions to bring the savings to the customer.  Read Full Business Plan  

58.    Home Accessories and Gifts Business Plan

The Scarlet Tassel is a start-up retail store offering eclectic home accessories and gifts to consumers wanting to create a personalized home environment – that “I’m home” feeling. The Scarlet Tassel plans to cater to middle- and upper-class consumers who look beyond the national home accessory and gift chain stores for those expressions of individual personality and style.  Read Full Business Plan  

59.    Home Decoration Fabrics Business Plan

Interior Views is a retail store offering home decorator fabrics and complementary home accessories and resources. It is now approaching its fifth year in business. This destination store offers the advantages of providing fabrics specifically designed for home decorator use in fabric widths of 54 inches and greater. Over 900 fabrics are available on the floor at any time with more than 10,000 sample fabrics for custom “cut” orders.  Read Full Business Plan 

60.    Gifts, Novelties, Souvenir Business Plan

The Avant-Garde Shop is a retail store specializing in the sale of novelty of various product mix. The store, however, will emphasise the sale of official merchandise of the Avant-Garde brand with a full assortment of apparel, accessories and stationary, as well as other lifestyle related novelties. Read Full Business Plan  

61.    Gift Basket Business Plan

Basket of Goodies (BOG) is a premier gift basket retailer. BOG is concentrating on making gourmet gift baskets out of a wide range of high-quality ingredients. In addition to having several flagship baskets, BOG will also offer the option of a custom basket allowing the customer to choose the ingredients themselves.  Read Full Business Plan  

62.    Family Clothing Business Plan

ReHabiliments is a clothing and apparel business with located in Sandybar Harbour.  The company sells trendy clothing and apparel, such as casual and active wear, head gear, work-out gear, leather coats, and baseball jackets to an international market consisting of individuals of all ages, from all walks of life.  Read Full Business Plan 

63.    Drapery Fabricator Business Plan

Cutting Edge Drapery is a well-established decorators’ workroom. The company is engaged in the production of draperies, slip covers, and other textile products in accordance with the designs and concepts of interior designers. Cutting Edge Drapery has recently expanded its production facilities and is well-positioned to market its workroom production beyond its present client base.  Read Full Business Plan  

64.    Custom-Printed T-Shirts Business Plan

Your T-Shirt! is an exciting new business that allows people to custom design a shirt (specifically the design on the front or back) any way that they would like. By intelligently leveraging cutting edge technology, Your T-Shirt! will harness the power of computer sublimation to allow custom shirt printing in production runs as small as one unit.  Read Full Business Plan  

65.    Convenience Store Business Plan

MillenniumMart is the convenience store of the 21st Century future, fulfilling a need that will continue to exist into the future – the need for speed. MillenniumMart will be the first fully automated, 24 hour convenience store that is more like an enormous dispensing machine than the traditional store.  Read Full Business Plan 

66.    Clothing Retail Business Plan

Mahogany Western Wear is a new apparel store that caters to the African-American cowboy community in Houston, Texas. As our name suggests our focus is to provide western wear apparel and accessories, and position ourselves as the top retail store servicing this particular market.  Read Full Business Plan  

67.    Butcher Shop Business Plan

Parkdale Meats, is a startup specialty butcher shop to be launched in the coming year.  It will sell a wide menu of meats to customers including medium- and high-income residents of Parkdale, as well as high-income residents of neighboring towns, and high-end caterers.  Read Full Business Plan  

68.    Cell Phones Retailer Business Plan

Garbles Cellular Phones is taking advantage of an opportunity to become a highly distinguished and recognized leader in the mobile phone communications industry. It is the goal of our company to become established as the leading distributor of wireless communications services in the metro area.  Read Full Business Plan 

69.    Bridal Shop Business Plan

Moms, Maids, and More is a wedding attire shop like no other. While most retail bridal shops focus on selling wedding gowns, our focus is everything else. We will cater to the mothers of the bride and groom, bridesmaids, and flower girls. In addition, we will provide an array of accessories for all the female members of the bridal party.  Read Full Business Plan  

70.    Automotive Car Repair Business Plan

Mad Keen Motors is a family-owned business located in a suburb of London. It has been under the ownership of the Keen family for 35 years and has grown from a single mechanical repair shop to five locations that deal with body and mechanical repairs, vehicle storage and towing, washing and valeting and used car sales.  Read Full Business Plan  

71.    Recycling Waste Materials Business Plan

Mid-Atlantic Recycling’s area of business will be to collect, recycle/compost, and market waste from municipality waste processing plants for use as a consumer good. Our recycled waste will be targeted toward fertilizer manufacturers, nurseries, landscapers, farmers, government agencies, golf courses, and other.  Read Full Business Plan 

72.    Auto Inspectors Business Plan

Portland Mobile Auto Inspectors is a mobile car inspection service for prospective used car buyers practicing due diligence.  Portland Mobile Auto Inspectors travels around with all of the necessary test equipment to inspect used cars.  Within one to one-and-a-half hours, the inspection is complete and the customer is given a detailed custom printout that indicates the tests performed and the results, thereby indicating the condition of the vehicle.  Read Full Business Plan  

73.    Auto Repair Service Business Plan

Quick and Dirty Auto Repair aims to offer high-quality auto repair services and a full range of auto parts. QDAR focuses on personalized service to its customers by offering convenience and rapid service. Additionally, QDAR is technologically savvy with computerized monitoring of all parts inventory, to ensure that parts are always in stock, while keeping a balanced level of inventory to maximize inventory turnover.  Read Full Business Plan  

74.    Car Wash Business Plan

Soapy Rides will be providing customers with three services: exterior car washing, , interior cleaning, and detailing. Soapy Rides has no true competitors that are trying to offer a high quality service for a reasonable rate. Most are trying to compete on price alone. Soapy Rides’ ability to provide a high quality service, both in regards to the actual washing as well as customer service is all based on their ability to find the best employees.  Read Full Business Plan 

75.    Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Services

Like New Carpet Cleaning will sell carpet and upholstery cleaning services to home and condominium owners, building its brand around the fact that it will make carpets look “like new.” To that end, the business will raise $57,500 from outside investors to purchase its delivery van, carpet-cleaning equipment, and develop a unique, service-oriented website which will keep administrative costs low and drive sales through its simple and easy accessibility for the consumer.  Read Full Business Plan  

76.    Catering Company Business Plan

Fressen Catering is a kosher catering company.  Fressen offers creative, colorful, and unusual food options for kosher as well as the traditional standbys.  The service offerings are quite a change relative to the existing kosher catering market which is quite stagnant.  Read Full Business Plan  

77.    Commercial Photography Business Plan

Flash Commercial Photography will serve small and medium-sized businesses and non-profits for all of their studio photography needs by creating beautiful shots that serve the client’s needs, offering excellent service and flexibility with a personal touch, and offering value-added services related to photography.  Read Full Business Plan 

78.    Computer Repair Business Plan

PC Repair will provide computer and technical consulting (repairs, training, networking and upgrade service) to local small businesses as well as home PC users. The company will focus on marketing, responsiveness, quality, and creating and retaining customer relations.  Read Full Business Plan  

79.    Janitorial Services Business Plan

Clean Office Pros is a new cleaning service specializing in office cleaning and serving the Kansas City, Missouri area. The business will sell office cleaning and related services to businesses with office spaces of any size. The business also offers office cleaning, floor treatment, carpet cleaning, and window cleaning for businesses with office space in the Kansas City area.  Read Full Business Plan  

80.    General Freight Trucking Business Plan

Mike’s Trucking Service is a trucking company that aims to be one of the largest trucking companies in the country.  Mike’s is initially focusing on the food industry with plans to diversify into new industries. Mike’s has chosen the trucking industry as the growth prospects are encouraging and stable, with trucking dominating the freight industry in this country.  Read Full Business Plan 

81.    Limousine Taxi Business Plan

San Francisco Limo is a limousine service serving customers with top quality transportation services using late model limousine sedans. San Francisco Limo will generate $52,000 in net profit by year three.  Read Full Business Plan  

82.    Taxi Business Plan

City Taxi is a company whose mission is to provide reliable, timely, and safe taxi cab services by using complete, in-car credit and debit card access, along with computer-aided dispatch. The company will establish its presence in the industry by acquiring an existing taxi cab association, Mighty Cab, a family-owned business that was formed 12 years ago.  Read Full Business Plan  

83.    Used Auto Sales Business Plan

Integrity Auto Sales plans to provide a unique car buying experience to its customers. One that focuses on customer satisfaction first. We understand that vehicle purchasing is a necessary, but sometimes unpleasant experience. Our goal is to provide the customer with an enjoyable, honest service by satisfying individual customers practical transportation needs with a quality product.  Read Full Business Plan 

84.    Personal Event Planning Business Plan

Occasions strives to be the best choice of clients by helping to ease their event planning burden. Through consistent, predictable professionalism, Occasions will ensure a worry and hassle-free event at a reasonable price. By combining old fashioned values, going the extra mile, and using cutting edge event-planning software, Occasions will lead the market, providing the same quality results, every time.  Read Full Business Plan  

85.    Event Planning Business Plan

The Corporate Retreat Professionals (CRP) is an event planning company specializing in corporate customers.  CRP will offer two types of services, retreat training services as well as product launch event planning.  The retreat training services will be either leadership development training or teaming skills training.  For both types of retreats, CRP can take care of the planning of the event, as well as actually hosting the training through the use of one of CRP’s strategic business partners.  Read Full Business Plan

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First Wharton decided to offer the core of its first year MBA program online. Now Harvard Business School is exploring online options as well.

Increasingly, it’s possible to get an extremely well-rounded business education from the best professors in the world without enrolling in a university or even leaving your house.

While online courses won’t necessarily give you the pay boost of a traditional two-year MBA and probably won’t land you a job on Wall Street, they can give you many of the core skills taught at top universities and business schools.

We’ve found some of the best and most useful free online business courses out there. We’ve noted which courses are self-paced and which are being released more formally and sequentially. The Coursera, Udacity, and EdX platforms all offer the opportunity to complete coursework and earn a certificate for completing the course, but any of these can be taken more casually.



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Yale: Financial Markets with Bob Shiller


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Platform: Coursera

Length/Start date: The formal, graded course starts in February 2014, though an earlier, self paced version is available from Yale. That version has 23 lectures that are 75 minutes each.

Time commitment: Six to 12 hours a week.

Why you should take it: For one thing, it’s an opportunity to learn from Bob Shiller, the most recent Nobel Laureate in Economics and one of the most important thinkers in finance. Shiller has been essential in helping us understand how bubbles can form in financial markets.

The course is an effort to give an understanding of the theory behind financial markets and “its relation to the history, strengths, and imperfections of such institutions as banking, insurance, securities, futures, and other derivatives markets, and the future of these institutions over the next century.”

The course is a good foundation for people in business to understand the environment they work in and is interesting for econ and finance buffs.



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Stanford: Entrepreneurship Through The Lens Of Venture Capital


YouTube

Platform: Stanford/ITunesU

Length/Start date: A total of 11 self-paced lectures.

Time commitment: Each lecture varies, but the average length is about an hour.

Why you should take it: The idea of getting venture capital backing and scaling a business from nothing to an IPO sounds incredibly intimidating. This course is an effort to explain that process, from the perspective of the people that invest in tiny startups with the expectation of making a massive return.

The course comes from Stanford, which has produced its share of successful entrepreneurs, including Sergey Brin and Larry Page. A variety of guest lecturers, both successful venture capitalists and investors, give advice as part of the course.



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Stanford: Game Theory


YouTube

Platform: Coursera

Length/Start date: Started October 14th, runs for 9 weeks.

Time commitment/prerequisites: Takes five to seven hours a week. Requires basic probability theory, and lightweight calculus (the ability to take a derivative).

Why you should take it: Made famous by mathematician John Nash, the subject of the book and film “A Beautiful Mind,” game theory is the mathematical study of how rational and irrational actors interact in strategic, competitive situations.

It looks at the incentives and behavior driving everything from what we traditionally think of as games to competition among firms, trading behavior on stock markets, and Google keyword auctions.



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The University of Pennsylvania/Wharton: Gamification


YouTube

Platform: Coursera

Length/Start date: Starts January 27, and lasts 10 weeks.

Time commitment: Four to eight hours a week.

Why you should take it: This course was Wharton’s first MOOC offering. Gamification is one of the hottest buzzwords in business. It’s the application of techniques from video games and their design to non-game problems, like managing people or solving business problems.

The best games leverage psychology and technology, just like good managers do, and organizations are increasingly using tools and techniques learned from video games to boost productivity, in human resources, and to engage customers. This course looks at how gamification works and can be used most effectively.



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Columbia: Financial Engineering And Risk Management (Part 1)


YouTube

Platform: Coursera

Length/Start date: Starts October 28, and lasts seven weeks.

Time commitment/prerequisites: Requires seven to 10 hours a week. Students need undergraduate calculus, linear algebra, and statistics. Good Excel skills are helpful.

Why you should take it: This is a more involved and technical finance class, but it’s well worth it for people that want a deeper understanding of how markets work and how to invest.

The class focuses on how to build the sorts of models involved in “financial engineering,” the creation of derivative securities (investments with prices based on other assets). It will also look at the role that some of these assets, particularly mortgage backed securities, played in the financial crisis.

There’s a follow-up course that goes into even more detail.



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Duke: How To Reason And Argue


Coursera/YouTube

Platform: Coursera

Length/Start date: Started August 26, and lasts 12 weeks.

Time commitment: Five to six hours a week, no prerequisites.

Why you should take it: While it might be couched in more business-friendly terms like “negotiation,” “sales,” or “motivation,” a lot of business is about convincing people to do things that they don’t really want to — accept a lesser deal or push through exhaustion to get a project done, for example.

This course gives a detailed tutorial on how to break down someone else’s argument, recognize flawed or vague reasoning, and construct a brilliant argument of your own.



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Duke: A Beginner’s Guide To Irrational Behavior


YouTube

Platform: Coursera

Length/Start date: The course ran last spring and all materials are available. It’s designed to last eight weeks.

Time commitment: Seven to 10 hours a week, and no background is required other than a “curiosity about human nature.”

Why you should take it: People aren’t always rational. They do unpredictable things that are often baffling to those who try to think rationally.

The course is taught by Duke’s Dan Ariely, author of the best-selling book “Predictably Irrational” and one of the most prominent scholars studying this through the lens of behavioral economics. A student who’s taken 36 MOOCs said it was the one he’d most recommend to a first-time MOOC student.

The idea is to introduce students to a range of cases where people make decisions inconsistent with standard economic theory, which assumes rational decision making, and think about how insights about that sort of behavior can be applied.



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The University of Pennsylvania/Wharton: An Introduction To Marketing


YouTube

Platform: Coursera

Length/Start date: Nine weeks long, and started October 14

Time commitment/prerequisites: Requires five to six hours a week. Though no formal prerequisites are required, this is an MBA course, so a business background helps.

Why you should take it: Wharton has one of the highest-ranked marketing programs in the world, and this course is team-taught by three of its stars: Peter Fader, David Bell, and Barbara E. Khan.

Anyone interested in starting a business needs to learn how to relate to customers and sell their products, so this is an absolutely essential course.



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The University of Pennsylvania/Wharton: An Introduction To Financial Accounting


YouTube/Coursera

Platform: Coursera

Length/start date: Runs ten weeks, and started September 15

Time commitment/prerequisites: Six to eight hours a week, and no background in the area required.

Why you should take it: Learning the basics of accounting and how to read a balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow is incredibly useful for just about anybody. The course is also designed for students with no background in the subject, and the only math requirement is knowing how to add and subtract.

As the professor puts it, accounting is “the language of business.”

The course is also offered by one of the most prestigious business schools in the country, and taught by one of Wharton’s senior and most highly regarded faculty members, Brian Bushee, a 13-year veteran of Wharton and former Harvard Business School professor. Though it’s a bit more restrictive than the entirely self-directed courses, and new material will be released periodically, you get more of a community feel and more resources.

“You will not only better understand what people in the business media are talking about,” the course description says, “you will also be able to notice when they don’t know what they are talking about!”



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The University of Pennsylvania/Wharton: An Introduction To Operations Management


YouTube

Platform: Coursera

Length/Start date: Eight weeks long, and started September 30

Time commitment/prerequisites: Five to seven hours a week. The course is “designed for business students and executives,” but there are no academic or math requirements.

Why you should take it: This is the second course in Wharton’s “MBA Foundation Series,” which teaches a lot of what a first-year student enrolled at the school would learn. Anyone who has hopes to rise from being an employee to managing or running a company needs to learn some of the key principles behind analyzing and improving business processes, boosting productivity, and meeting higher standards.

The professor, Christian Terwiesch, is a multiple award-winner for his teaching at Wharton, and wrote one of the most popular textbooks on operations management.



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The University of Pennsylvania/Wharton: An Introduction To Corporate Finance


YouTube

Platform: Coursera

Length/start date: Runs for six weeks, and starts October 28

Time commitment: Takes six to eight hours a week, no formal requirements, but it’s a course taught to MBA students who have managed to get into Wharton, so it starts at a high level.

Why you should take it: This is an entirely different set of tools than the ones you learn in accounting, helping provide the basics of valuing companies, valuing stocks and bonds, and using other tools to analyze financial decisions.

You can’t do much better for a pure MBA experience, as these are based on lectures given to Wharton students, and you’re learning from one of the acknowledged masters of the subject in Franklin Allen, a 30-year veteran of the school who wrote one of the most popular textbooks available on the subject.



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Udacity: How To Build A Startup


YouTube

Platform: Udacity

Length/Start date: Self paced

Time commitment/prerequisites: Students are free to pace themselves, and Blank suggests that they have at least some idea of the business they want to create.

Why you should take it: This course is a bit unusual, in that it’s not produced in partnership with a university or traditional professor, and it’s not about a traditional academic subject.

It’s a practical and thorough guide to how to create your own company by successful serial entrepreneur Steve Blank, based on an approach he’s been using and teaching for years. It takes would-be entrepreneurs through everything from developing a viable product to figuring out how they’re actually going to make money.



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MIT/UC Berkeley: Introductory Macro And Microeconomics


YouTube

Platform: MIT OpenCourseWare / UC Berkeley on ITunesU

Length/Start date: Self paced

Time commitment/prerequisites: The course is taken entirely independently. Some basic, single variable calculus is required, but no more than you’d learn in a high school calculus class.

Why you should take it: Economics has a bad reputation, but it’s absolutely vital.

This introductory microeconomics class is one of the most popular that MIT has made available, and is taught by Jonathan Gruber. He’s been teaching there for 20 years and is an extremely prominent economist who helped design Massachusetts’ groundbreaking health-care reform.

Economics, and microeconomics in particular, are about how we make the best decision given scarce resources like money or time. That’s useful in itself, as is this course as background for more advanced work.

Berkeley also offers its introductory micro class online, along with introductory macroeconomics, and intermediate courses in both. Also worth checking out is international economics for those who take a more global angle.



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MIT: Innovation And Commercialization


YouTube

Platform: EdX

Length/start date: Runs for 13 weeks, and started September 16

Time commitment/prerequisites: 12 hours a week, and no prerequisites required other than an interest in the subject.

Why you should take it: It’s one thing to talk about coming up with an innovative product, but it’s another thing entirely to do it. The same goes for making an existing company more agile and quicker to come up with new ideas.

This course takes an intelligent look at how innovation happens in the real world, rather than how people talk about it in meetings. It’s taught by Eugene Fitzgerald, who came up with important innovations in his own right during his time at AT&T’s Bell Labs and later; and Andreas Wankerl, who runs the Innovation Interface at MIT and Cornell.



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Columbia: Economics Of Money And Banking


YouTube

Platform: Coursera

Length/Start date: Lasts seven weeks, and started September 1, though material will remain available. Part two starts October 13.

Time commitment/prerequisites: Five to seven hours a week. Students who take the course at Barnard and Columbia have completed intermediate macro and microeconomics, but students have also done fine without having taken those courses.

Why you should take it: For the last five years, the economy has been front and center in the news as our banking and economic systems all but collapsed, were rescued, and are slowly coming back.

Behind the crisis and behind the recovery is an enormously complex system that relatively few people understand. This course is an effort to explain how money markets work, which is essential for anybody who truly wants to understand how everything moves in the economy.



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MIT: Introduction To Lean Six Sigma Methods


YouTube

Platform: MIT OpenCourseWare

Length/Start date: Self paced

Time commitment: Taught in three eight-hour sessions to students.

Why you should take it: Lean Six Sigma principles are used throughout the business world to control quality and constantly improve manufacturing.

The strategies originated at Toyota and Motorola respectively and have been widely adopted throughout the business world. This course aims to teach people how to apply the core principles to boost quality, customer satisfaction, productivity, and financial performance.

The course focuses on the aerospace industry, but the principles can be applied anywhere.



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BONUS: Ben Bernanke on the Federal Reserve and MIT’s Andrew Lo on Financial Theory


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The Bernanke Lectures

Before joining the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke was an academic economist and professor at Princeton University. Last year, he returned to his roots with a series of four very thorough and valuable lectures on the history of the Federal Reserve, the conduct of monetary policy, and the financial crisis.

Financial Theory with Andrew Lo

Andrew Lo is one of the leading minds in the world when it comes to hedge funds and financial engineering. His course for MBAs at MIT’s Sloan School of Management on financial theory is definitely worth a look for those interested in the field.



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Becoming Mary Poppins

P. L. Travers, Walt Disney, and the making of a myth.

By Caitlin Flanagan

The 1964 world première of “Mary Poppins” was held at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, and it was the kind of spectacle for which the Disney organization had become famous. Throngs of screaming fans were greeted by Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Snow White and the dwarfs, as well as by entertainers who gestured toward the movie’s Edwardian setting: a twelve-piece pearly band, chimney-sweep dancers, valets dressed as bobbies, and a bevy of pretty Disneyland hostesses, whose traditional uniforms (kilts and black velvet riding helmets) suggested a general Englishness. Hollywood luminaries arrived in chauffeured automobiles, the women in ball gowns and mink stoles (Angie Dickinson, Maureen O’Hara, Suzanne Pleshette), the men wearing dinner jackets (Edward G. Robinson, Cesar Romero, Buddy Ebsen). The arrival of the movie’s principals aroused muted excitement: Julie Andrews, who played Mary Poppins, had never appeared in a movie before, and Dick Van Dyke—the chimney sweep Bert—became much better known after the film’s release. Then Walt Disney himself arrived, stepping out of a stretch limousine and gallantly reaching a hand into the car to help his wife, Lillian, onto the pavement. Disney was by then immensely famous, appearing on his own television show every Sunday night. He had carefully engineered his entrance: when his car pulled up, the Disney characters mobbed it, and soon afterward clouds of balloons were released into the air.

Inside the packed twelve-hundred-seat theatre, the members of the audience responded to the movie with enthusiasm: they gave it a five-minute standing ovation. In the midst of the celebrating crowd, it would have been easy to overlook the sixty-five-year-old woman sitting there, weeping. Anyone who recognized her as P. L. Travers, the author of the Mary Poppins books, could have been forgiven for assuming that her tears were the product either of artistic delight or of financial ecstasy (she owned five per cent of the gross; the movie made her rich). Neither was the case. The picture, she thought, had done a strange kind of violence to her work. She would turn the personally disastrous première into a hilarious dining-out story, with Disney as the butt of her jokes. But she had a premonition that the movie she hated was about to change everything for her. Writing to a friend, she remarked that her life would never be the same.

Travers’s dreams of becoming a famous writer were realized because of Disney’s movie, but its scope eclipsed everything else that she had or would achieve. She spent the rest of her long life (she died in 1996, at the age of ninety-six) linked artistically and personally to Mary Poppins. It was a persona—spinsterish children’s author, creator of a spinsterish character—that overshadowed the more complicated identity she had devoted her life to creating. The movie also left a deep impression on the generations of children who saw it during its three theatrical releases, in 1964, 1973, and 1980. These were children who grew up in an America in which nannies were as unfamiliar to middle-class neighborhoods as Jaguars and Martians. But they would become adults in an America that had invented a new nanny culture. To an astonishing extent, the way they came to think and talk about their employees was shaped by the movie they had seen so many years earlier.

Nannies have become a force in American life because of the three-decade-long influx of middle-class mothers to the workforce, and the more recent wave of cheap female immigrant labor. “She’s the Guatemalan Mary Poppins!” a working mother will happily announce of her new employee—or the Colombian or the Caribbean one. It’s hard to find a book or an article about hiring a nanny that doesn’t make mention of the old girl. And even though the culture and experience of a Third World child-care provider are as removed from those of an Edwardian nanny as it is possible to be, we understand what the reference means: the nanny is good, she’s kind, and her ability to transform a chaotic household into a place of order and contentment verges on the supernatural. What people remember about the movie is that the family finds happiness and the nanny is magical. What they misremember is that it’s a film with a surprising moral: fire the nanny. In a sense, “Mary Poppins” is an anti-nanny propaganda film, the “Reefer Madness” of the working-mother set.

The script for “Mary Poppins” was written by a group of men in Burbank in the early sixties, and it is set in London in 1910, in the household of a martinet banker (Mr. Banks), a suffragette (Mrs. Banks), and their two young children, Jane and Michael. But the Bankses’ story opens with an entirely contemporary predicament: a mother with tons of work being blindsided by a crisis more terrifying to the maternal soul than infidelity or financial reversal—nanny trouble. When first we meet Mrs. Banks, she is dancing along the pavement outside her house, triumphant in her day’s accomplishments. “We had the most glorious meeting,” she tells her servants, after she bursts through the front door, singing. “Mrs. Whitbourne-Allen chained herself to the wheel of the Prime Minister’s carriage. You should have been there! And Mrs. Ainslie—she was carried off to prison, singing and scattering pamphlets all the way!” The servants, however, have news of their own: the reason that Katie Nanna, the children’s nursemaid, is wearing her gabardine travelling outfit is that she is about to quit. They finally manage to tell Mrs. Banks, and it is as though they’d stuck a pin in her; we watch her crumple before our eyes. She snatches off her “Votes for Women” sash—“You know how the cause infuriates Mr. Banks”—and then does what any clear-thinking, intelligent woman in her situation would do: she begs. “Katie Nanna—I beseech you. Please reconsider. Think of the children. Think of Mr. Banks.” Speak of the devil—he marches through the door, and becomes apoplectic when he learns of the upheaval. In six minutes of film time, Mrs. Banks is changed from a balls-out feminist—“No more the meek and mild subservients, we!”—to a surrendered wife. “I’m sorry, dear,” she says. “I’ll try to do better next time.”

What follows is the entirety of what most people remember of the film: Mary Poppins alights calmly from the sky, using her umbrella as a parachute, and begins to set things straight. Her main objective is to transform Mr. Banks from a prig to a loving mid-century American-style dad, with a hankering for kiddie fun and family time. But she’s got half an eye on the missus. By the movie’s end, Mrs. Banks has abandoned the whole crazy suffrage scheme, and proves it by using her “Votes for Women” sash as a tail for the children’s kite. As Mary Poppins slips away, Mrs. Banks goes to the park with her family, embracing her proper role in the household. The story’s happy ending depends on a signal fact: the Banks children will no longer be brought up by servants. Henceforth, their own mother—corralled homeward through the beneficent intercessions of Mary Poppins—will do the job herself.

“Mary Poppins” advocates the kind of family life that Walt Disney had spent his career both chronicling and helping to foster on a national level: father at work, mother at home, children flourishing. It is tempting to imagine that in Travers he found a like-minded person, someone who embodied the virtues of conformity and traditionalism. Nothing could be further from the truth. Travers was a woman who never married, wore trousers when she felt like it, had a transformative and emotionally charged relationship with an older married man, and entered into a long-term live-in relationship with another woman. As she approached forty, she decided that she wanted a child. After a bizarre incident in which she attempted to adopt the seventeen-year-old girl who cleaned her house, she travelled to Ireland and adopted an infant, one of a pair of twins, and raised him as a single mother. Her reverence for the delights of family life was perhaps as intense as Disney’s, but her opinion about the shape such a life might assume was far more nuanced.

Children’s authors are not known for their happy childhoods, and Helen Goff—the little girl who at twenty-one changed her name to Pamela Travers and never looked back—endured one that was almost archetypal in its sadness and its privations. She was born in Australia in 1899, the eldest daughter in a household of girls. Her father, Travers Goff, was a bank manager and a drinker, and he died when she was seven. Valerie Lawson, the author of the only comprehensive biography of Pamela Travers, notes that “epileptic seizure delirium” was given as the cause of death, but says Pamela Travers “always believed the underlying cause was sustained, heavy drinking.” Her mother, Margaret, who was pretty and feckless, soldiered on for a few years, and then, when Helen was ten, she did what a mother is never supposed to do. She gave up.

One night, in the middle of a thunderstorm, Margaret left Helen in charge of the two younger children, telling her that she was going to drown herself in a nearby creek. As an old woman, Travers wrote about the terrifying experience: “Large-eyed, the little ones looked at me—she and I called them the little ones, both of us aware that an eldest child, no matter how young, can never experience the heart’s ease that little ones enjoy.” Helen stirred the fire and then they all lay down on the hearth rug and she told them a story about a magical flying horse, with the small ones asking excited questions (“Could he carry us to the shiny land, all three on his back?”). As she tried to distract her siblings, she worried about the future. She later wrote, “What happens to children who have lost both parents? Do they go into Children’s Homes and wear embroidered dressing-gowns, embroidery that is really darning?” That predicament—the fate of children whose parents can’t take care of them—haunted her for the rest of her life.

Margaret came back that night, having been unsuccessful in her suicide attempt, but Helen’s mind was made up. She no longer cleaved to her unreliable, dithering mother but, rather, to a formidable maiden great-aunt, Helen Morehead. Aunt Ellie, as she was called, bossed everyone around, but her fierceness disguised a kindness she would have been embarrassed to admit.

If it was possible to be a rebellious teen-ager in the girls’ schools of Sydney in the nineteen-tens, then Travers was one. She studied elocution and eventually joined a travelling Shakespeare company, playing the role of Lorenzo in “The Merchant of Venice.” She wrote for the Christchurch Sun, and for the literary magazine The Triad, where she was the author of a saucy column called “A Woman Hits Back” and often published her erotic ruminations. (Travers, inviting her readers to imagine her taking off her underwear: “The silky hush of intimate things, fragrant with my fragrance, steal softly down, so loth to rob me of my last dear concealment.”) She was loose-limbed and boyish—no beauty—but her phenomenal self-regard and quick, vicious wit drew attention. By 1924, she had decided that she had outgrown the antipodes, and bought a ticket on a passenger ship of the White Star Line bound for Southampton, hoping to make her fame and fortune as a writer in London.

Once there, Travers found work as a journalist, filing stories for the Sun and eventually writing theatre reviews. Fleet Street was a man’s world, and she was a man’s girl. Flirtatious, charming, smart, unmarried, and a welcome addition to the convivial pub scene, she had the bounder’s willingness to press her work on anyone who might help her, and when her submission of poems to the Irish Statesman was met with a promising letter from its editor, the poet George Russell—known as A.E.—she went to Dublin to see him. A.E., a married man of fifty-six, was a reckless encourager of young people. His literary connections extended from the house next door—the Dublin home of Yeats—to New York and the Continent, and he offered them all to Travers. A theosophist, he urged her to take up the study of mysticism, which became a lifelong preoccupation. They began a relationship that was filial, intellectual, and marked by romantic gestures. It lasted until his death, ten years later.

The most important of A.E.’s introductions, however, was not professional. He had a hunch that Travers would take a liking to another single girl living in London, Madge Burnand, the daughter of one of his friends, the former editor of Punch. The two women hit it off immediately. In 1931, they set up housekeeping in a cottage in Sussex. Madge did the cooking, while Pamela wrote poems for the Irish Statesman, and essays for the New English Weekly, where she later served on the board with T. S. Eliot. It was there, in the winter of 1933, that she succumbed to a bout of pleurisy, took to her bed, and began to write.

Travers chose as her subject one of the great English preoccupations: nursery life. More to the point, within that subject she located a rich and relatively untapped vein of experience—the relationship between a nanny and her charges. Travers was writing at the end of a groundbreaking epoch of children’s literature that included the works of Lewis Carroll, Kenneth Grahame, J. M. Barrie, and A. A. Milne, each of them annexing vast territories of children’s experience. Several years earlier, Travers had published a newspaper short about a comical nanny named Mary Poppins. More recently, A.E.—whose advice usually succeeded only in making her bad poetry worse—had given her an inspired suggestion: he thought that she should write a story about a witch. Now the idea struck her: why not make Mary Poppins into a shape-shifter?

We tend to think of the British nanny—formally trained, bred to the job, imperious, unflappable, and immaculately turned out—as one of England’s oldest traditions. She was actually a relatively short-lived institution. Born in the early days of Victoria’s reign, when industrialization and a population explosion among both the poor and the middle class brought the two groups together in a highly regimented and hierarchical servant culture, she had all but disappeared by the end of the Second World War. The middle-class house that was populated with specialized servants became a thing of the past, and nannies evolved into an accoutrement strictly of upper-class life, associated with the aristocracy.

Travers’s story, which unfolded over the course of an eventual eight books, is set in Depression-era London, and describes a world in decline. The Banks family, though solidly middle class, is racked with financial anxieties, and possessed of “the smallest house in the Lane,” which is “rather dilapidated and needs a coat of paint.” Nonetheless, they have a retinue of servants: “Mrs. Brill to cook for them, and Ellen to lay the tables, and Robertson Ay to cut the lawn and clean the knives and polish the shoes and, as Mr. Banks always said, ‘to waste his time and my money,’ ” as well as a nurse, Katie Nanna, for their four children. Mrs. Banks keeps busy running the household, going to tea, and, when she can, putting her feet up. Mr. Banks works at a bank.

Obviously, Travers did not write her books to commemorate a happy childhood, but she did seem interested in rewriting her bad one. The Banks family is a reformed version of the Goffs, their charming features magnified and their failures burnished away. Father is a banker, although not a drunk; mother is a flibbertigibbet, although not a suicidal one. And Mary Poppins, like Aunt Ellie, is the great deflater, the enemy of any attempt at whimsy or sentiment. (“ ‘I smell snow,’ said Jane as they got out of the Bus. ‘I smell Christmas trees,’ said Michael. ‘I smell fried fish,’ said Mary Poppins.”) But she is also an everyday enchantress, a woman who will scold a child for wearing a coat in a warm room but also one who will take her charges to a midnight congress of animals at the zoo, and on an afternoon trip around the world.

The literary Mary Poppins is by no means an untroubling character. Indeed, at the end of the first chapter of the first book—in which she arrives as a shape hurled against the front door in the midst of a gale, assumes the form of a woman, bullies Mrs. Banks into hiring her, snaps at the children, and doses them with a mysterious potion after she gets them alone in the nursery—she earns only a qualified endorsement: “And although they sometimes found themselves wishing for the quieter, more ordinary days when Katie Nanna ruled the household, everybody, on the whole, was glad of Mary Poppins’s arrival.” She is, in fact, very often “angry,” “threatening,” “scornful,” and “frightening.” She calls the children cannibals, jostles them down the stairs, and makes them eat so quickly that they fear they will choke. She has a habit of saving the children from horrifying supernatural experiences, it’s true, but this would seem more of a boon if she herself hadn’t brought them on in revenge for naughtiness. Often, she seems like someone who doesn’t like children much.

Still, they love her. It is Mary Poppins who puts the children to bed and unbuttons their overcoats and bathes them; Mary Poppins who, familiar to the children simply by her scent—toast and Sunlight soap—comes to their bedsides and comforts them with warm milk and quiet words. It is Mary Poppins who earns the deepest love a child has to offer: that which is bound in his trusting dependence on the person who provides his physical care. “Mary Poppins,” Michael cries in anguish the first night she has come to care for them. “You’ll never leave us, will you?” It’s the great question of childhood, the question upon which all the Mary Poppins books turn: is the person on whom a child relies for the foundation of his existence—food and warmth and love at its most elemental—about to disappear?

“I’ll stay till the wind changes,” she tells him honestly, and at the first book’s end she leaves abruptly. Mrs. Banks is furious; the children are heartbroken. “Mary Poppins is the only person I want in the world,” Michael shrieks, throwing himself on the floor. His outburst would be doubly wounding to the modern mother: her child would be suffering and she would be reminded of the love she had forfeited to an employee. But Mrs. Banks is untroubled by either fact. Her concerns are for the disruption of her household. She and Mr. Banks have a dinner party to attend, and it’s the maid’s day off.

The “Mary Poppins” books are transfixing and original, trading sharp drawing-room comedy with fantastical adventures and carefully rendered scenes of servant life. Travers wrote the first volume quickly, patching together the episodes of Mary Poppins and the children with those of Mary’s excursions—to her own “Fairyland,” on a private jaunt with Bert. It was likely Madge who sent the manuscript to a London publisher, Gerald Howe. He accepted it immediately, and then Travers chose an illustrator, a young woman named Mary Shepard, whose father, Ernest Shepard, had illustrated the “Winnie-the-Pooh” books. It was the beginning of a long, fruitful, and often unhappy relationship. Shepard illustrated all of the “Mary Poppins” books, though often with some bitterness: Travers allowed her almost no license in how she composed images. Travers was intimately involved in all aspects of the physical production of her books, including the color of the dust jackets and the typeface.

Travers sent the book to press with some trepidation, fearing that a children’s book might undermine her hard-won literary cachet. She considered releasing the book anonymously, but her publisher wouldn’t hear of it. In the end, she need not have worried. The book, which came out in 1934, was not only popular with children but well received by the audience whose opinion she valued most. T. S. Eliot, who was then an editor at Faber and Faber, expressed interest; Ted Hughes later wrote to tell her that Sylvia Plath had loved “Mary Poppins.” Princess Margaret and Caroline Kennedy were both admirers. Over the course of the “Mary Poppins” run—the last book was published in 1988—the series was increasingly influenced by Travers’s study of spiritualism, myth, and the occult. But domestic scenes were always her strength. A review of the second book in the series, “Mary Poppins Comes Back,” which appeared in this magazine in 1935, observed of the main character: “To our taste, she and her little charges are at their best when they are fixed firmly on the ground, snapping tartly at each other in the very human and cluttery nursery of the Banks family.”

It was through Diane Disney, Walt’s young daughter, that he first became aware of the “Mary Poppins” books, sometime in the early nineteen-forties. He saw their potential. The story was not in the public domain, however, and its prickly author was known to have rebuffed many Hollywood suitors, including Samuel Goldwyn. Disney, who later put his stamp on many of the classic characters from English children’s stories—Winnie-the-Pooh, Peter Pan—turned his attention to persuading Travers, who by this time was again living in London and was in and out of a tempestuous relationship with Jessie Orage, the widow of the New English Weekly’s founder, Alfred Orage. Of Disney’s courtship, Travers later recalled, “It was as if he were dangling a watch, hypnotically, before the eyes of a child.” Disney’s was a fifteen-year campaign of attention, flattery, and transcontinental telegrams and visits. At long last, Travers succumbed to a deal that gave her a hundred thousand dollars, a cut of the gross, and—unheard of at the Disney studios—script approval. She also demanded that the movie not be a cartoon, and Disney acquiesced; a 1941 strike against the studio by his animators had left him eager to explore other ways of making movies.

The story of “Mary Poppins” depended on the premise that it was normal for a middle-class family to employ a staff, including a servant to raise the children. But to a large segment of Disney’s intended audience this idea would be bewildering or, at least, cold and unpalatable. To solve this problem, he summoned Richard and Robert Sherman to a meeting in his large, corner office on the Disney lot in Burbank. The Sherman brothers were songwriters in their early thirties who had worked on several Disney movies and television shows and had recently written the Annette Funicello hit “Tall Paul.” They had impressed Disney with the way they “thought story” when they wrote songs. He asked the brothers a question that is now a part of the lore that surrounds the making of “Mary Poppins”: “Do you boys know what a nanny is?”

“Yeah,” Richard joked. “It’s a goat.”

Disney realized that translating the story for an American audience would require an explanation of the role of a nanny, as well as a plot that would reward Mr. and Mrs. Banks for choosing to bring up their children themselves.

“We had to come up with a need for Mary Poppins to come to the Banks family,” Richard Sherman told me recently. “We had to make her a necessary person.” Their first thought was to get rid of Mr. Banks. “We were going to set the thing during the Boer War and have his regiment called up,” he said. “Then you could have had a real happy ending, when he came home.” And then, Sherman said, they had an inspiration: “You could make the father emotionally absent.”

Mr. Banks’s journey would provide the narrative arc of the film. The mother would be a matron who had lost sight of her most important calling: raising her children. She, too, would be transformed into a good mother (of the kind recognizable to an American audience in the early nineteen-sixties) through the offices of Mary Poppins, who would leave, never to return, once her work with the parents had been completed. “We made it a story about a dysfunctional family,” Sherman said. “And in comes Mary Poppins—this necessary person—to heal them.”

By the beginning of 1961, a plot had been outlined, there were drafts for several of the songs, and a studio artist named Don DaGradi had created hundreds of sketches on dozens of storyboards to convey the look and action of the film. But Travers still needed to give the plans her blessing—a contractual obligation that suddenly seemed more daunting, because as the Disney team was finishing its work Travers’s own treatment arrived in the mail. “The more I think about it,” Walt Disney wrote her diplomatically, “the more I am inclined to feel that it would be highly advantageous for all concerned if you could come to Los Angeles and spend at least a week with us here in the studio, getting acquainted with the people who will carry the picture through to completion, and giving us the benefit of your reactions to our presentation.” He promised her a lovely trip, with opportunities to tour Disneyland in the company of a hostess and attend a private screening of “The Parent Trap.” She would, in short, undergo the final phase of hypnosis, swimming in chlorinated water beside movie stars at the hotel pool, visiting Sleeping Beauty’s castle, and—almost as an afterthought—approving the Disney script instead of her own.

But after Disney’s years of fawning attention, Travers arrived in California expecting to be deferred to completely. Moreover, she was not as awed by Disney’s achievements as others were. Young Richard Sherman may have considered Walt Disney “the greatest storyteller—maybe the greatest man of the twentieth century,” but Pamela Travers had discussed her poetry with William Butler Yeats and shared a masthead with T. S. Eliot. She thought that “Steamboat Willie” was a fine entertainment for youngsters, but she considered most of the Disney oeuvre manipulative and false. In her mind, he traded in sentimentality and cynicism, two qualities she despised.

Disney’s artistic impulses may be open to interpretation, but he was shrewd. “We had no idea she was coming to town,” Richard Sherman recalled, chuckling. “Walt told us two days before she came—and then he went to the ranch in Palm Springs. He said he had to read some scripts.” DaGradi and the young songwriters were left to deal with her. They could listen to Travers’s ideas, and present their own, but they had no power to agree to anything that she wanted.

The story meeting was punishing. It lasted more than a week, and consisted of the Sherman brothers trying to sell the Disney version, while Travers, whose youthful self-confidence had gathered over the years into an oppressive self-righteousness, interrupted, corrected, bullied, and shamed them. Like countless novelists in Hollywood, Travers sought to salvage every last detail from her original. The sessions were tape-recorded, and on the tapes you can hear Travers’s booming, imperious voice in terrifying counterpoint to the Sherman brothers’ chipper young voices. “But how is that arranged?” she asks of a sequence in which the principal characters jump into the world of a sidewalk chalk drawing. “Walt Disney magic!” one of the young men replies with touching excitement.

At last the meeting ended, and Travers headed back to London, but not before rolling nine sheets of pink stationery from the Beverly Hills Hotel into her typewriter and recounting a slew of anachronisms and unconscionable deviations from the text not sufficiently covered in the story conferences. Back home, she bombarded Disney with a second long assessment of what he was doing wrong. In the end, Travers reluctantly approved a version of the script, and production began. She continued to lodge objections, however, and, two years after signing off on the project, sent Disney another long set of notes, her intention seemingly to belittle the effort and to distance herself from it—an insurance policy against going down with the ship if the picture was a stinker. In the nineteen-eighties, she laid out her objections most pointedly to her young friend and devotee Brian Sibley. “What wand was waved to turn Mr. Banks from a bank clerk into a minor president, from an anxious, ever-loving father into a man who could cheerfully tear into pieces a poem that his children had written?” she wrote. “How could dear, demented Mrs. Banks, fussy, feminine and loving, become a suffragette? Why was Mary Poppins, already beloved for what she was—plain, vain and incorruptible—transmogrified into a soubrette?”

The première was the first Travers had seen of the movie—she did not initially receive an invitation, but had embarrassed a Disney executive into extending one—and it was a shock. Afterward, as Richard Sherman recalled, she tracked down Disney at the after-party, which was held in a giant white tent in the parking lot adjoining the Chinese Theatre. “Well,” she said loudly. “The first thing that has to go is the animation sequence.” Disney looked at her coolly. “Pamela,” he replied, “the ship has sailed.” And then he strode past her, toward a throng of well-wishers, and left her alone, an aging woman in a satin gown and evening gloves, who had travelled more than five thousand miles to attend a party where she was not wanted.

“Walt Disney’s Mary Poppins” won five Academy Awards. After the movie’s release, P. L. Travers became a cottage industry, something she loved and chafed against in equal measure. By then, children’s literature had become a legitimate academic field in America, particularly popular at women’s colleges, and Smith and Radcliffe invited her to be a writer in residence. It was a mixed blessing. She relished university life and the opportunities for pontificating that it provided, but she found that the kind of young women who studied children’s books were nothing at all like the girl who had escaped from Australia half a lifetime ago. She took to hosting louche at-homes in her dormitory apartment, sprawling on the couch barefoot, clad in a loosely belted kimono and coming to life only if a male student or professor wandered into the session.

Richard Sherman believes that Travers’s opinion of the movie changed depending on her audience. In private letters, including some to journalists, she mercilessly criticized Disney’s lack of subtlety and what she called his emasculation of characters, but she habitually attached a nervous caveat that her remarks were not for publication. (Disney, she claimed, had once reprimanded her for being ungrateful.) To this day, her estate watchfully guards this correspondence.

As much as Travers seethed about her experience in Hollywood, she couldn’t resist the thought of a return. According to Sibley, she spent her eighties working on a treatment for a movie sequel. In 1989, she decided to sell her meticulously preserved and organized papers, including a file of annotated carbons of letters she had written to Walt Disney. She had hoped to place the archive with a major American collection, where the curious could, at last, learn her genuine response to the film. But the papers didn’t find a buyer, and the offering was eventually repackaged as a collection belonging to “the best-known and best-selling Australian author” and sold to the Mitchell Library, part of the State Library of New South Wales, in Sydney. They are stored there in twenty-eight manuscript boxes, not eighty miles from the house where Margaret Goff tried to kill herself.

In 1994, two years before Travers’s death, she made a final attempt to control her legacy, selling the theatrical rights to “Mary Poppins” to the producer Cameron Mackintosh. (His “big four” are “Cats,” “Les Misérables,” “The Phantom of the Opera,” and “Miss Saigon.”) As Mackintosh said, “She realized I was her best chance.” Last December, after Mackintosh and Thomas Schumacher, the president of Disney’s theatrical division—his team produced the stage version of “The Lion King”—negotiated a co-producing deal, “Mary Poppins” opened at the Prince Edward Theatre in London’s West End. (It will come to Broadway next fall.) The musical, with a book by Julian Fellowes, is a strange and beautiful thing, containing an astonishing variety of moods and distinguished by a faithful rendering of the books’ brisk and sophisticated comic sensibility. It ends with a crowd-pleaser: Mary Poppins departs the Banks family by soaring up and into the rafters, borne aloft by her umbrella and by the forgiving enthusiasm of the audience, which often includes ample representation from the under-ten set. She has been more punitive and frightening than Julie Andrews ever was, but she has nonetheless managed to evoke the powerful emotions—in particular, children’s deep fear of abandonment—that have always been at the story’s core. On one occasion, when the beloved nanny was making her getaway, a middle-aged man was heard to cry out in anguish, “Mary Poppins, don’t leave!” ♦

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First, we’ll explain the whole point of writing this kind of essay and describe what components it should include to bring you success. Next, we’ll lead you step by step through the process of writing itself. You’ll learn exactly what you need to do to create the perfect scholarship essay.

And that’s not all.

We’ll also discuss the best choice of words when writing an essay and explain how you should create effective headlines. You’ll also get to check out a couple of essay examples, as well as a list of do’s and don’ts that will make the writing process even easier for you.

Last but not least, we’ll give a list of scholarships that you can apply to—so make sure to read our guide through to the very end!

But enough introductions, let’s move on to the most interesting part. It’s time to learn what scholarship essays are all about.

Before Starting to Write…

There’s one important thing you need to know before even starting to gather material for your scholarship letter.

And here’s what it is.

You need to understand the real purpose of why you are writing a scholarship essay. Apart from that, you need to see the difference between phrases like “Why I Need This Scholarship” and “Why I Deserve This Scholarship.”

At a glance, there seems to be no difference between those two.

After all, you are going to write a mere essay. And it is probably not that important, which one of the titles you choose, right?

Still, if you look at the two titles closer, you will see a slight difference between a “Why I Need This Scholarship” essay and a “Why I Deserve the Scholarship” essay.

Source: https://admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/financial-aid-statistics

Obviously, the difference lies in the two words “need” and “deserve”.

So, let’s look at what sets apart these similarly titled essays in more detail.

“Why I Need This Scholarship” essay

If you’re using the word need in your essay, it will sound like you are begging for your scholarship.

And that may be true in reality.

However, do you want to sound like a beggar?

Your success will heavily depend on the language and tone you use in your essay. However, you must be aware that something like “Please, give me this scholarship. I need it. My family cannot afford to pay for my education, and I want to get a degree so much” will not make a good impression.

“Why I Deserve This Scholarship” essay

Source: http://time.com/money/4132391/winning-scholarships-help/

Writing an application letter that explains why you deserve a scholarship also shows that you are asking for it.

But…

When you’re sure you deserve the scholarship, you will sound much stronger and more convincing.

Support your argument with a logical and detailed explanation of exactly why you deserve this scholarship. Tell about what makes you unique among other candidates. Describe your main strengths to persuade your readers that you’re the one who’s worthy of getting the money. It’s common to hold scholarship essay contests, so you need to do your best to win the competition.

With the right focus, writing a successful scholarship essay comes down to just following the prompts and completing all the necessary steps.

And that’s exactly what you’re going to learn in the next part of our guide.

Writing Scholarships Step by Step

Every essay—regardless of its type, purpose, or topic—has an individual writing process that consists of distinct steps.

And a scholarship essay is no exception.

What’s the purpose of this type of essay?

This is a convincing paper that tells a college admission board a short story about why you are the right person to give a scholarship to.

What are the stages of writing it?

Let’s find out how to start right now.

1. Gathering ideas

To increase the chances of your essay being successful, analyze the institution you are applying to. Additional background knowledge will give you more confidence.

With a significant number of future college freshmen applying at the same time, it’s good to know that you have at least some advantage.

First things first—you should choose an appropriate topic to illustrate your unique qualities (unless the committee has already selected the topic for you).

Ideas that you can use as a topic for your essay include extracurricular activities, your major accomplishments, challenges and other aspects of your life. Talk about anything that you think can make you stand out among the other applicants for this scholarship.

Once you’ve selected the topic and established your goal, you need to outline the story you’re about to tell. Without a well-thought-out plan, it’s going to be difficult to keep the narration logical and straightforward and avoid getting lost in your thoughts.

Here’s a quick tip from us.

Take your time to prepare for writing this essay.

Source: http://www.mytimemanagement.com/time-management-statistics.html

With a scholarship, you have no option to fail. It’s not a regular class essay that you can redo to get a better grade.

In fact, there will be no grades at all. And if you mess up, you won’t get another chance until the next year (depending on the specific scholarship you’re applying to).

That’s why you have to do your absolute best. Discuss the essay with your friends and family. It is hard to write an ode to yourself, so you can request a bit of writing help from people who know you well.

2. Writing the introduction

The introduction is the face of your paper. Capture the interest of the committee. Because that’s the only way to get them engaged in your story.

And once you do that—you’ll have every chance to receive your scholarship.

In the introduction, you can start from the beginning, middle, or end of your story.

Make it brief, informative and descriptive.

Don’t use long sentences for the introduction. You may leave that for other parts of your essay.

Here’s what’s important.

Be optimistic. Think about your attitude. You like people who have a positive point of view. The same thing works with the committee.

So, there’s no need to add drama to your paper.

3. Crafting the main body of your essay

This is the part of the paper that has all the “meat.” The body of your essay contains the main argument.

The body paragraphs should include the information on your life, accomplishments, and plans for the future—anything that the committee might find interesting and persuasive.

Focus on family values and the importance of academic success.

Be sure to leave enough time to write this part. When finished, go over it again to see if you’ve left out anything significant.

Some of the main tips are as follows:

  • Don’t try to summarize. Instead, provide as many details as possible to your story. You need to make it compelling, captivating, and convincing.
  • Don’t be impersonal. It’s all about you. And it’s not only the story itself that should be focused on you. It’s even better if you can add a couple of personal touches to your writing style, too.
  • Don’t complain. Remember that strong personalities struggle, and avoid whining. You also have to keep a positive attitude. Even if your story describes sad or negative events, it’s a good opportunity to show how you managed to deal with them.

4. Wrapping everything up in the conclusion

Source: https://aso-resources.une.edu.au/academic-writing-course/paragraphs/conclusion-paragraphs/

In this part of the essay, you’ll stress the significance of your story and why it’s necessary to give the scholarship to you.

There is only one main rule for the conclusion—don’t try to sum everything up.

Your scholarship essay is short as it is. So, there is nothing to go over and review, as the memory is still fresh.

To write a proper conclusion, just put extra emphasis on the points of your story that you consider to be the most important.

There’s nothing else to say about writing a conclusion.

To give you a final tip, let us remind you that it’s essential to proofread your essay. As we mentioned earlier, you won’t get the chance to redo it right away—so you have to do everything you can to nail it on the first try.

Choosing the Right Vocabulary for Your Scholarship Essay

A great, well-considered story about yourself is only one part of your scholarship essay’s success.

What’s the other?

It’s your language and the vocabulary you use.

You have to choose your words carefully, as they can make a huge impact on your essay’s overall success.

Here are three core principles you can follow to filter out the wrong words:

  • Sincerity. ‘A good candidate’ and ‘well-prepared’ is much better than ‘fantastic background’ and ‘exceptional skills’.
  • Positive views. ‘Well-prepared’ can be a good substitute for ‘struggling academically’.
  • Conciseness. Delete ‘very’, ‘strongly’ and ‘literally’ from your papers and try to find stronger one-word synonyms, instead.

At the same time, don’t try to show off your vocabulary just for the sake of it. Instead, use it as a tool to help you craft your story . A story that will earn you that scholarship.

After getting into the right mindset, try using the following words to brighten up your vocabulary.

  • To support your point with additional information
    Furthermore, moreover, similarly, what’s more, likewise, as well as, coupled with, to say nothing of, not to mention
  • To give a general explanation
    In other words, in order to, to that end, that is to say, to put it another way
  • To develop contrast
    Yet, then again, that said, on the other hand, by contrast, however, in comparison, having said that
  • To show importance
    Importantly, significantly, notably
  • To add acknowledgment
    In light of, despite this, provided that, given, with this in mind, nevertheless, nonetheless, notwithstanding
  • To draw a summary
    All things considered, in conclusion, compelling, above all

It’s fair to say that the words mentioned above aren’t the only ones you can use.

If you think that a particular word is suitable for your essay—use it without doubt!

There’s just one more thing to consider, though.

While thesauruses and dictionaries can help a lot when writing various research papers, it’s better not to use them when writing a scholarship essay.

The main reason is that you shouldn’t use words whose meaning you don’t know well. This will only show your insecurity, which is definitely not good if you’re aiming to receive a scholarship.

Sample Scholarship Essays and Essay Headlines

Of course, no amount of theory can compare to a nicely composed example.

Instead of reading endless tips and suggestions and trying to remember all that information, just take a look at an already-written work. It’ll give you an idea of what the finished essay should look like.

We couldn’t deprive you of this excellent opportunity. So, we’ve decided to provide you with a couple of sources where you can find these examples. They will give you a clearer understanding of how you should approach the writing of your scholarship essay.

  • Scholarship paper examples from Custom-Writing
  • Sample scholarship essays
  • How to write a scholarship essay—examples
  • Scholarship application essay example

There’s a whole set of benefits you can get from checking out sample scholarship essays:

  • You’ll learn the basics of this type of work—including the required structure, length, number of paragraphs, formatting, and more.
  • It can help you overcome writer’s block, especially when you can’t even come up with a topic. Looking at a couple of examples can give you an idea of what your essay should be about.
  • Any writing task requires research, and the same is true of scholarship essays. When the example topic is similar to yours, you’ll get some inspiration for ideas yourself! It might even be like you were searching for scholarship essay examples about yourself. That’s how similar these essays can be sometimes.
  • Checking out essay examples can boost your creativity. You can borrow some of the techniques from the sample or even improve upon what you’ve seen in your own work.
  • You’ll get a good reminder to pay attention to grammar, which unfortunately is still a problem in many essays. An example essay can also demonstrate what sentence structure you should have, how to properly insert quotes, and how to deal with punctuation. This exercise will be especially useful for scholarships for international students whose native language isn’t English.

But that’s not even all.

You should also think about a strong title.

This is the first hook that will grab your readers’ attention.

You can even start the whole writing process by choosing your headline. The headline can determine what story you’re going to tell and how you’ll do it. Let’s explore a couple of ideas about what your essay headline could be.

Remember, you don’t have to use these ideas exactly as they are. Instead, use this list as inspiration, and you’ll easily come up with a topic of your own.

  • Previous scholarships and leadership roles.
  • Personal contributions to clubs, associations, civic organizations.
  • Special knowledge, skills, research projects.
  • Prior experiences that have motivated you.
  • Previous experiences that show your ability to face challenges.
  • Academic and career goals.
  • Personal financial circumstances (only if they reveal financial hardships).
  • My attempts at entrepreneurship in high school.
  • Turning dreams into achievements.
  • What I learned from my school teachers.
  • Role models who influenced my future.
  • Finding new people, inspiration, and ideas.

Scholarship Essay Dos and Donts

We’ve already covered quite a lot in this guide.

But…

There’s always more to talk about.

For instance, what are the most common do’s and don’ts of writing scholarship essays?

Let’s find out!

Do’s of writing scholarship essay

Starting with a strong statement is important. Imagine that the committee reads only this first sentence. So, avoid beating around the bush wasting your chances and get down to business.

Start from your achievements, not problems—set the optimistic tone. For example, “My academic accomplishments and persistence have always helped me to work towards my goals.” Don’t begin by stating that you’re seeking financial assistance.

Make it energetic and persuasive—use active verbs: work, achieve, accomplish.

Save your readers’ time—start with the most important claims.

Thoroughly research the scholarships you’re applying to. This will give you an understanding of which key ideas your essay should cover.

Think about your essay’s transitions. Arrange the paragraphs of your essay in such a way that your readers will be fully immersed in your story.

Choose your words carefully, and remove all the unnecessary ones. Remember that you have a tight word count.

Make your essay unique—from the headline and the thesis statement to the story itself and its conclusion. Avoid using clichés and general phrases as much as possible. Even if the scholarship you’re applying for is less competitive than others, you still need to make the most of your essay.

Don’ts of writing scholarship essay

  • Avoid irrelevant info—inappropriate quotes, too general or obvious phrases.
  • Don’t show your uncertainty.
  • Avoid exaggerations or unnecessary pathos. Such as “chemistry is my only passion” or “my never-ending quest for knowledge”.
  • Don’t ignore feedback. Never miss out on the opportunity to have someone else check your essay in the first place.
  • At the same time, don’t allow anyone else to get too involved in the creative process of your essay. It’s still ultimately about you.
  • If you’re applying for multiple scholarships, you shouldn’t assume that one essay will fit them all. It may be tempting to use the same essay since the work might be unpublished, but that really isn’t a good idea. It’s always best to tailor your essay to each scholarship you’re applying to.
  • Never rush your essay writing. Make sure you have enough time to write a first draft. Leave some time for a couple revisions, too. You can revise the essay yourself, and then have someone else check it. That’s at least two revisions.
  • Don’t forget to check the required scholarship essay format in order to make it right.

Easy Scholarships to Apply for in 2017

It would be unfair to give you all these tips on how to write a scholarship essay and then leave you without any actual scholarship sources.

But that’s all about to change right now.

Wondering where and how to get a scholarship? It’s easy!

You should apply for scholarships online. You don’t even need to use a search engine to find one.

Here’s a list of scholarships you can easily apply for in 2017 (they’re going to be available later, too, so make sure to check out the links even if 2018 is approaching).

1. Courage To Grow Scholarship

This is a $500 scholarship given on the last day of every month. It’s a great opportunity for those in financial need. High school juniors and seniors or college students with a minimum GPA of 2.5 can apply. The application requires a 250-word essay on why you should receive this scholarship.

2. Cappex Easy College Money Scholarship

This scholarship awards a $1,000 prize every month. It has no GPA requirement and is open to any undergraduate. To apply for the scholarship, you have to create a profile and describe your extracurricular, volunteer, leadership, or other free-time activities.

3. Course Hero Scholarships

This $5,000 scholarship is given every month. All it takes to apply for this scholarship is to fill out the registration form and answer the question of the month. Winning depends on the answer given by applicants.

4. Bachus & Schanker, LLC Scholarship

This is a semiannual scholarship with a $2,000 award, designed for high school students accepted to a four-year university or university students with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. To win, you have to write a short essay about the Seventh Amendment and how it influences your life.

5. Americanism Essay Contest

This annual scholarship offers a main award of $5,000 and 3 additional prizes for first, second, and third places ($2,500, $1,500, and $1,000 respectively). It includes contests that require a short essay to be written on a specific topic with a deadline of December 1st. You should also pick an FRA US department sponsor.

6. Innovation in Education Scholarship

This is a scholarship of $500 given every month. To apply for it, you must be creative by designing an innovative project and describing it in a cover letter.

Guaranteed, there are many more scholarships to choose from. And not only for students in the USA but also for those in Europe.

We’ve only given you a couple of options, so you know that there are many simple ones out there

With a little research, you can easily find the scholarship that fits you best (something like the AVVO scholarship program or Chegg monthly, for instance). There are even scholarships with essays for those who play football or basketball and for those pursuing a masters degree.

Tell us about your results! Or share interesting scholarships you’ve found in the comments.

But for now, we wish you luck with all your essay writing!

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    Sound ideas on writing “Why I Need This Scholarship” essays. They are the key to writing a good scholarship essay and getting financial aid!

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    This is great advice on writing my “Why I Need This Scholarship” essay, and I used it when worked on my assignment. Really helpful blog!

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Best MBA Programs in 2018: The Complete List (Online  Campus)

Choosing to pursue an MBA degree is the ideal way to advance in your career while continuing to manage other responsibilities outside of an education. Obtaining an MBA is becoming highly useful and beneficial in the business world. There are many high-quality universities that offer online and on-campus MBA programs, but it’s extremely important that prospective students find the best value schools that suits their needs.

Online programs deliver the same quality of teaching through a different platform. If you are looking to advance within a current job or are seeking higher business roles and positions, an online MBA is a promising option to achieve those goals. When looking into programs be attentive of how long the program will take, requirements, specializations, and other factors to ensure that the program is right for you.

MBA programs online contain a unique, individualized element that allows students to customize schedules, goals and other personal preferences. Additional education online is highly recommended for independent learners who desire to set their own pace for course completion.

Here are the Best MBA Programs of 2018

1. Mississippi State University

Mississippi State University MBA

MSU has designed its curriculum for its MBA program to be useful and relevant to today’s concepts. The program emphasizes management, marketing, finance, economics, and quantitative analysis. The online MBA requires 27 hours of core MBA classes and an additional 3 hours of electives of the student’s choice.

  • Location: Starkville, Mississippi
  • Estimated Tuition: $11,010
  • Credit Hours: 30

 

2. East Carolina University

East Carolina University MBA

East Carolina University creates a customized experience to fit the needs of individual students. The MBA program’s purpose is to help accelerate a student’s career. ECU is known for its flexibility and student assistance to help students get into the right classes that they need for programs. An MBA degree will guarantee valuable knowledge in theory and practice of business management.

  • Location: Greenville, North Carolina
  • Estimated Tuition: $12,351
  • Credit Hours: 33-54
  • Online MBA programs in NC

 

3. University of Florida (Hough)

University of Florida Hough online MBA programs

 

The University of Florida (Hough) is a high ranking graduate school of business, having frequented top business school lists on Forbes. On a normal track students can finish the program in just  2 years, but for qualifying students that have finished their business undergraduate within 7 years of admittance, can fast-track the program and finish in only 1 year. Like most MBA programs, University of Florida requires 2 years of professional work experience before admission to the MBA program. The average GMAT score for students admitted is around 584.

  • Location: Gainesville, Florida
  • Estimated Tuition: $15,921 (Florida resident)
  • Credit Hours: 30

 

4. Tennessee Technological University

The MBA program offered through Tennessee Technological University allows students from all different academic backgrounds to pursue without disrupting their career path. Both full time and part time options are available with many courses to choose from that may interest a student. Through methods, simulations, and research projects students will feel prepared to make larger advances in their career. The tuition assessments below reflect the basic graduate level fees and tuitions for full-time students (12 credit hours) for Fall 2017, Spring 2018, and Summer 2018 unless otherwise noted. For more information regarding Tennessee Tech’s MBA costs and financial aid, please click here .

  • Location: Cookeville, Tennessee
  • Estimated Fall/Spring Tuition (In-state): $5,680.50
  • Estimated Summer Tuition (In-state): $6,444.50
  • Estimated Fall/Spring Tuition (Out-of-state): $13,230.50
  • Estimated Summer Tuition (Out-of-state): $15,156.50
  • Estimated Online Program Tuition (In-state): $688 (per credit hour)
  • Estimated Online Program Tuition (Out-of-state): $1,414 (per credit hour)
  • Credit Hours: 30

 

5. Ball State University

Ball State University MBA

Ball State University is student-driven, motivated and goal oriented. The MBA program offered through The Miller College of Business is determined to help students reach their full potential. Ball State’s faculty is highly qualified and noted among US News World and Report. Students can begin the program in fall, spring, and summer either part or full time. The University is also known for helping its students prepare for and land jobs

  • Location: Muncie, Indiana
  • Estimated Tuition: $15,700
  • Credit Hours: 30-33

 

6. Arkansas State University

Arkansas State University MBA

Arkansas State University’s online MBA is known for its high-quality education designed for students with varied academic and professional backgrounds. The courses are both comprehensive and challenging to test students to the best of their abilities and push them to apply the skills that they have learned. Students can also choose supply chain management or finance as a concentration within the degree.

  • Location: Jonesboro, Arkansas
  • Estimated Tuition: $20,130
  • Credit Hours: 33

 

7. Union University

Union University MBA

As one of the top regional schools in the southeast, Union University promotes its solid ethics and Christ-centered learning. Union’s MBA program is flexible, valuable, and versatile. The program can be completed in 12,18, or 24 months depending on different student’s schedules. The program focuses on positive business influences and organizational decision making.

  • Location: Jackson, Tennessee
  • Estimated Tuition: $20,700
  • Credit Hours: 36

 

8. Ohio Dominican University

Ohio Dominican University MBA

Ohio Dominican University offers a fully online MBA degree with an emphasis in ethical leadership and strategic agility. The online format allows students to take as many or as little classes as need from any location at any time. ODU is passionate about helping its students succeed in leadership positions in a variety of different fields and agencies.

  • Location: Columbus, Ohio
  • Estimated Tuition: $21,600
  • Credit Hours: 36

 

9. Asbury University

Asbury University MBA

Asbury University provides online education to many adults wanting to continue their education. The University is made up four schools; arts and sciences, education, communication, and the school of graduate professional studies. Asbury provides a fully online MBA program that is known for its affordability, academic prestige, and its flexibility. The online portal of AU encourages completion at your own pace. Through the MBA program, students will be able to perform managerial competency through skills such as critical thinking and business organization and communication.   

  • Location: Wilmore, Kentucky
  • Estimated Tuition: $21,996
  • Credit Hours: 36

 

10. Hope International University

Hope International University MBA

As private Christian University servicing over 2,000, Hope International University offers many great programs including a fully online MBA degree. Five concentrations are available for students to choose from which include marketing management, nonprofit management, international development, general management, and business entrepreneurship. For those looking to finish quickly, HIU offers accelerated options.

  • Location: Fullerton, California
  • Estimated Tuition: $23,100
  • Credit Hours: 42

 

11. Cedarville University

Cedarville University was established in 1887 with the vision of providing Christian higher education “for the Word of God and the Testimony of Jesus Christ.” Its online MBA is designed for Christian professionals who desire to live out biblical principles in the workplace. Three tracks are available: general MBA, operations management, and healthcare administration. It’s a 36-credit program and can be completed in 24 months. The required classes are given in seven-week terms, allowing flexibility for working professionals. Courses are designed for the online environment but include hands-on case studies, projects chosen by the student, simulation games, and personal development. Cedarville has a 72 percent graduation rate and a student-to-faculty ratio of 5 to 1.

  • Location: Cedarville, Ohio
  • Estimated Tuition: $21,456
  • Credit Hours: 36-39

 

12. University of Tennessee – Martin

University of Tennessee – Martin online MBA programs

The online MBA program at the University of Tennessee – Martin is a great, attentive option. Expect a small class for this 20-month program. On average, the University of Tennessee has a  5 to 1 student to faculty ratio, making them quite the hands-on program. The university has an estimated acceptance rate of 92% and is ranked as a top university by various organizations. The UT – Martin MBA program is AACSB-accredited and all courses are taught by full-time faculty.

  • Location: Martin, Tennessee
  • Estimated Tuition: $21,736
  • Credit Hours: 38

 

13. University of Massachusetts

University of Massachusetts MBA

The University of Massachusetts has one of the most prestigious online MBA programs, that has proven to be successful for many students. The Isenberg School of Management offers a dual degree track plan for those students who are interested in earning multiple degrees at the same time. The program also offers specific concentrations to explore as well. Full time and part time formats are put in place for the needs of students to go at an accelerated or slower pace.

  • Location: Amherst, Massachusetts
  • Estimated Tuition: $35,100
  • Credit Hours: 39

 

14. James Madison University

James Madison University MBA

James Madison University offers one of the top online MBA programs in cyber security. The education provided by JMU allows students to gain positions as business leaders. Cybersecurity is a top concern for the government and other organizations, thus providing many job opportunities within the field. James Madison is also known for its excellent student engagement and high-quality academics throughout all programs.

  • Location: Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Estimated Tuition: $37,800
  • Credit Hours: 42

 

15. Lehigh University

Lehigh University MBA

With a history of success, Lehigh University’s MBA program offers business education that is global, environmentally, and economically conscious. Business is constantly changing, and MBA program through Lehigh provides experiences that value constant change of the business world. Lehigh University produces dynamic leaders who think critically and understand business concepts with an ethical and social mindset.

  • Location: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
  • Estimated Tuition: $38,700
  • Credit Hours: 36

 

16. University of Texas – Dallas

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The University of Texas , located in the bustling city of Dallas, offers only two specializations: Global Leadership and Project Management. There is an option for Healthcare Management track, but only for qualifying students. After graduating from the University of Texas MBA program, students can expect an average starting salary above $80,000.

  • Location: Richardson, Texas
  • Estimated Tuition: $49,531
  • Credit Hours: 53

 

17. Louisiana State University

Louisiana State University MBA

The LSU online MBA qualifies students for leadership positions, corporate world, business ventures and more. The program strengthens students awareness of the business world through courses including finance, and information systems. The MBA can be completed in as little as 18 months.

  • Location: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • Estimated Tuition: $46,620
  • Credit Hours: 42

 

18. Oral Roberts University

Oral Roberts University online MBA programs

Oral Roberts University was founded over 50 years ago to educate the whole person—the mind, body, and spirit. Though it’s had an MBA program for a long time, it wasn’t offered online. However, recently ORU added an LMBA, or a Leadership Master of Business Management degree that integrates two critical components of business – technical knowledge and effective leadership techniques. It is designed to be completed in six semesters, treating each summer as valuable time for completing classes.

  • Location: Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • Estimated Tuition for LMBA: $13,667
  • Credit Hours: 35.5

 

19. North Carolina State University

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NC State University offers a professional online MBA program that can be completed full time. Students have the luxury of having a flexible timetable allowing students up to six years to complete the program and as few as 21 months if desired. This accredited international program is ranked #15 by US News and World Report for best online MBA program. NC State uses technology to its full benefit for online students, providing constant communication and feedback with students. The program is available to begin in either spring or fall semester depending on what best fits a student’s needs.

  • Location: Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Estimated Tuition: $53,685
  • Credit Hours: 40

 

20. Arizona State University

Arizona State University MBA

The W.P Carey School of Business at Arizona State offers an MBA program that is known for developing leaders for today’s business world. Accounting, statistics, economics, marketing, and more are included as focus points throughout the program. ASU is one of the most prestigious online communities ranking number 5 for best online MBA program by US News World and Report. Approximately 88% of ASU graduates receive job offers within 90 days.

  • Location: Tempe, Arizona
  • Estimated Tuition: $59,584
  • Credit Hours: 49

 

21. Oklahoma State University

Oklahoma State University online MBA programs

The online MBA program at Oklahoma State University is accredited by the AACSB and has an ideal educational format for motivated, full-time working professionals who have travel obligations, face relocation or otherwise don’t have time for a traditional classroom MBA. Students who want to apply need to have a four-year undergraduate degree from an accredited university or college, possess a competitive GMAT score and at least a 3.0 GPA. Students who are interested should know that work experience is preferred but not required. While there are no formal prerequisite courses to the program, a sound background in calculus and quantitative skills is beneficial.

  • Location: Stillwater, Oklahoma
  • Estimated Tuition: $19,922
  • Credit Hours: 42

 

22. Northeastern University

Northeastern University online MBA programs

Northeastern University’s 10-year-old online MBA program offers the more specializations than any other on this list. Northeastern University is a highly recommended school for getting an MBA online, and specializations include Healthcare Management, High Technology Management, International Management, Supply Chain Management, Finance, Innovation Entrepreneurship, Marketing, and Sustainability. Their average starting income for graduates is above $73,000.

  • Location: Boston, Massachusetts
  • Estimated Tuition: $78,000
  • Credit Hours: 50

 

23. Temple University

Temple University MBA

Temple University provides a competitive MBA program which includes collaborative curriculum, excellent student services, diverse learning community, and support for those who are aspiring to be business professionals. Within the Fox School of Business, there are plenty of events and opportunities for students to display and gain more knowledge of the business world.

The MBA program consists of 48 credits and can be completed in as little as 20 months.

  • Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Estimated Tuition: $59,760
  • Credit Hours: 48

 

24. California Baptist University

California Baptist University online mba programs

The California Baptist University created its online platform as more and more students began juggling careers, family life, and education all at once. It challenges graduates to become individuals whose skills, integrity and sense of purpose glorify God and distinguish them in the workplace and in the world. CBU Online offers an accredited Fully Employed MBA with the option of specializing in either accounting or general management. This MBA program is designed for professionals working full and part-time jobs who are seeking to develop technical skills and leadership competencies. Students can complete their degree in as little as 16 months.

  • Location: Riverside, California
  • Estimated Tuition: $22,356
  • Credit Hours: 36

 

25. Pepperdine University

Pepperdine University online MBA programs

Pepperdine University offers its MBA online through its prestigious Graziadio School of Business and Management, which is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). This accreditation honor is bestowed on less than 5 percent of business schools worldwide. Admission requirements include a completed bachelor’s degree with an acceptable GPA, a minimum of two years of work experience, appropriate transcripts, and a GMAT score (or an acceptable alternative ).

Pepperdine University’s online MBA consists of 15 courses taken over six 14-week trimesters. Students can choose from four elective concentrations which include Finance, Marketing, Leadership and Managing Organizational Change, and General Management. Two weekend-long campus residency experiences are required, including an initial Personal and Leadership Development Workshop course. Students can complete the 52-unit program in just two years.

  • Location: Malibu, California
  • Estimated Tuition: $89,180
  • Credit Hours: 52

 

26. Rutgers University

Rutgers University online MBA programs

Students who choose an online MBA through Rutgers have the flexibility of taking classes year-round, part-time, or full-time with three yearly starting points in the spring, summer or fall. Rutgers is accredited by the AACSB and according to Bloomberg Businessweek, Rutgers’ MBA offers a 169% Return on Investment, meaning students will be able to get way more out of their online MBA than they put in. Students can also partially customize their degree through Focused Learning Modules. They can choose from Business Analytics, Digital Marketing, Investments & Private Wealth Management or Strategic Leadership.

  • Location: New Brunswick, New Jersey
  • Estimated Tuition: $73,224
  • Credit Hours: 54

 

27. University of Dayton

University of Dayton MBA

The University of Dayton , a Catholic research university services an online community of students looking to further their education. Live online classes, multimedia coursework, and course immersions create a valuable learning experience. The program can be completed in as little as 18 months, giving students the opportunity to earn a degree quickly and move forward in a career or organization and put skills learned to practice.  

  • Location: Dayton, Ohio
  • Estimated Tuition: $60,000
  • Credit Hours: 48

 

28. Drexel University

drexel university online mba programs

Drexel University ‘s online MBA program has been offered for over 10 years and is AACSB-accredited. Students can choose from concentrations in Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, Finance, General Business/Customized Concentration, and Marketing to strengthen or diversify their existing skills. There are even two graduate minors (in Finance and Marketing) that are available online as well.

  • Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Estimated Tuition: $56,399
  • Credit Hours: 49

 

29. University of Tennessee – Martin

University of Tennessee – Martin online MBA programs

The online MBA program at the University of Tennessee – Martin is a great, attentive option. Expect a small class for this 20-month program. On average, the University of Tennessee has a  5 to 1 student to faculty ratio, making them quite the hands-on program. They have a low acceptance rate of 42% making it fairly difficult to get in and the program does not offer any specific specializations.

  • Location: Martin, Tennessee
  • Estimated Tuition: $22,116
  • Credit Hours: 38

 

30. University of Nebraska – Lincoln

University of Nebraska – Lincoln online MBA programs

This 14-year-old program at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln offers five different specializations: Business Analytics, International Business, Finance, Supply Chain Management, and Marketing. They have the highest average GMAT score for accepted students of 640. Like most MBA programs, they require 2 years working experience before applying. Graduates of this program can expect a $65,000+ starting salary.

  • Location: Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Estimated Tuition: $30,240
  • Credit Hours: 48

 

31. Syracuse University

Syracuse University online MBA programs

Like the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, the Syracuse University online MBA courses began in 2001. They offer a nice variety of specializations from Accounting to Entrepreneurship. They also offer tracks in Finance, Supply Chain Management, and Marketing Management. On average, among accepted students, GMAT scores are around 600. They garner a great student-to-faculty ratio at around 11 to 1. To top it all off, graduates in their respective jobs have a handsome starting salary of about $90,000 a year.

  • Location: Syracuse, New York
  • Estimated Tuition: $81,000
  • Credit Hours: 54

 

32. University of Colorado – Colorado Springs

University of Colorado - Colorado Springs online MBA programs

The University of Colorado – Colorado Springs online MBA is accredited by the AACSB and has been offered since 1996. With over 20 years of experience, this program has been uniquely designed for the working professional. It can be completed in as little as 18 months or as many as 5 years and is for those with or without a background in business. The MBA at UCCS also gives students the chance to choose from eight emphases including Finance, General Business, Health Care Administration, Innovation Management, International Business,  Management, Marketing, and Project Management.

  • Location: Colorado Spring, Colorado
  • Estimated Tuition: $29,628 or $39,504 (see bullet point below)
  • Credit Hours: 36 (with business background), 48 (without business background)

 

33. Oklahoma Baptist University

Oklahoma Baptist University online MBA programs

Oklahoma Baptist University  is focused on teaching students the value of ethics and integrity as they receive instruction from professors that have practical, real-world experience. OBU’s MBA program can be completed in under two years and offers four concentrations, in addition to a general MBA. Students may complete tracks in International Business, Leadership, Project Management or Energy Management. At OBU, 100 percent of MBA graduates are employed at graduation and experience an overall 20 to 30 percent increase in salary after graduating.

  • Location: Shawnee, Oklahoma
  • Estimated Tuition: $18,150
  • Credit Hours: 33

 

34. University of North Texas

University of North Texas online MBA programs

The University of North Texas has always been a high ranking school, even among online MBA programs. They started their program in 2007. The curriculum is 100% online, but you can opt for a blended option with a combination of online and traditional on-campus classes. They also offer specializations in Marketing, Finance, and Strategic Management. They have a lower GMAT average score than other colleges with the average at about 511, and an acceptance rate of approximately 55%. This University also provides a nice 4 to 1 student-faculty ratio, making it a much more hands-on experience for students.

  • Location: Denton, Texas
  • Estimated Tuition: $15,013 (Texas resident), $29,952 (non-resident)
  • Credit Hours: 36

 

35. University of Virginia

University of Virginia MBA

The University of Virginia , Darden School of Business, promotes active learning for its online learners. With real-life business situations, University of Virginia challenges it students to think critically through difficult scenarios. A diverse group of students are enrolled both in person and online giving students the opportunity to learn from others with different backgrounds and experiences. Many graduate students have ventured into the business world and have inspired change and innovation by using their skills they developed while enrolled in the program.

  • Location: Charlottesville, Virginia
  • Estimated Tuition: $62,800
  • Credit Hours: 40

 

36. Mount Vernon Nazarene University

Mount Vernon Nazarene University online MBA programs

Mount Vernon Nazarene University opened its doors in 1968 with an educational philosophy defined by an emphasis on loving God with all of one’s heart, mind, soul, and strength, as well as one’s neighbors as one’s self. MVNU’s online MBA was designed for ambitious adults to get a high-quality education while maintaining personal and professional responsibilities. All MBA students are required to complete nine core courses and are encouraged to finish their degree with a concentration in Finance, Human Resource Management, Ministry Leadership, or Organizational Management. For those who choose, there are 11- and 15-month accelerated online MBA programs as well.

  • Location: Mount Vernon, Ohio
  • Estimated Tuition: 17,928
  • Credit Hours: 36

 

37. West Texas A&M University

West Texas A&M University online MBA programs

The online MBA program offered at West Texas A&M University (WTAMU) gives students the option to take classes exclusively online or take a combination of online and on-campus classes. The program is designed to be completed in two years, though some students may complete it in as little as 12-18 months or as many as three+ years, depending on their circumstances. Several MBA concentrations are available for students to choose from, including General Business, Computer Information Systems, Management, Marketing, and Healthcare Managment.

  • Location: Canyon, Texas
  • Estimated Program Tuition (In-state): $13,935-15,300
  • Estimated Program Tuition (Out-of-state): $14,400-$16,035
  • Credit Hours: 31-49 (depending on business background and emphasis chosen)

 

38. Villanova University

Villanova University MBA

Villanova University provides a unique network for its business students. Its active alumni program excels in career growth and outreach as well as collaborates with graduate students to help others succeed. The MBA program is grounded in technology, ethics, problem-solving all through a flexible online platform. The online degree is the same curriculum taught by the same faculty which includes 21 courses over six semesters.

  • Location: Villanova, Pennsylvania
  • Estimated Tuition: $64,800
  • Credit Hours: 48

 

39. University of Houston-Victoria

University of Houston-Victoria online mba programs

The University of Houston—Victoria offers two MBA degrees online, the Global MBA and the Strategic MBA. Both can be completed by students with recent business degrees in as little as 30 hours. The Global MBA differentiates itself from a traditional MBA by providing international perspectives and a global-savvy context. Students without a business background may need to complete up to 54 credits for the Global MBA. The Strategic MBA trains students for real-world business scenarios through applied learning simulations and case studies. Students without a business background may need to complete up to 48 credits for the Strategic MBA. Both programs have more than six concentrations students can choose from.

  • Location: Victoria, Texas
  • Estimated Tuition: $22,436-$40,385
  • Credit Hours: 30-54 (depending on business experience)

 

40. Indiana University

Indiana University MBA

The MBA program offered by Indiana University focuses on a wide range of business concepts such as development, law and ethics, marketing, economics, and more. While there are no concentration focuses available, students are given the opportunity to choose many electives that interest them and that count towards their degree. Among the elective choices are courses which include travel to other countries to consult with small business owners, providing students with networking opportunities and a deeper understanding of global business issues.

  • Location: Bloomington, Indiana
  • Estimated Tuition: $68,000
  • Credit Hours: 51

 

41. Central Michigan University

Central Michigan University online MBA programs

Located in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, this University offers an MBA program with an emphasis in enterprise resource planning. It includes specializations in Human Resource Management, Marketing, Value-Driven Organization, and Logistics Management. They have a low acceptance rate of about 44%, with an average GMAT acceptance score of around 490. Most graduates from their online program have an average starting salary of around $53,200.

  • Location: Mount Pleasant, Michigan
  • Estimated Tuition: $24,000
  • Credit Hours: 40

 

42. Auburn University

Auburn University online MBA programs

Auburn has one of the oldest online programs, with an MBA program established over 25 years ago. Unlike most online MBA programs out there, Auburn University’s mirrors the professional MBA program that they offer on campus. If you are seeking to have two degrees, you can couple your MBA degree with others like an MSBA-Finance degree, Industrial and Systems Engineering degree, or a Management Information Systems degree. On average, they accept those with a GMAT score at around 529. They have one of the highest acceptance rates at 72%.

  • Location: Auburn, Alabama
  • Estimated Tuition: $34,125
  • Credit Hours: 39

 

43. Baylor University

Baylor University is a private Christian university and a nationally ranked research institution that was founded in 1845. The Hankamer School of Business is accredited by AACSB, the highest standard of achievement for business school’s worldwide. Its MBA online degree provides the tools of principled leadership that will enable students to command admiration and deliver results wherever they go. Engaging conversations with professors and classmates will help students learn to communicate professionally, work in teams, and approach complex business situations with faith-based integrity. Baylor offers students an accelerated MBA as well that can be completed in 12-16 months.

  • Location: Waco, Texas
  • Estimated Tuition: $51,264-$60,624
  • Credit Hours: 48-60 (depending on business degree background)

 

44. Texas A&M University – Kingsville

Texas A&M University - Kingsville online MBA program

Students who wish to be a part of Texas A&M University – Kingsville ‘s online MBA program need to have an acceptable GMAT or GRE score, a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university, and completion of TAMUK’s MBA program prerequisites (certain core courses). The program can be completed in as little as 12 months and students have the option to pick from five graduate certificates. The program is AACSB-accredited.

  • Location: Kingsville, Texas
  • Estimated Tuition+Fees (residents): $12,000
  • Estimated Tuition+Fees (non-residents): $24,000
  • Credit Hours: 30

 

45. Babson College

Babson College online MBA programs

Through flexible curriculum options, Babson College offers diverse business related programs. Those who pursue completion of an MBA typically enroll as part-time and finish within 21 months. While focusing on business ventures, Babson also highly encourages entrepreneurship. By creating a strong global mindset by increasing social, cultural, and ethical awareness, students will be able to face business challenges confidently.

  • Location: Wellesley, Massachusetts
  • Estimated Tuition: $67,562
  • Credit Hours: 31

 

46. The University of South Dakota

The University of South Dakota MBA

The University of South Dakota Beacom School of Business online is a high-quality degree that develops leaders for business and government. There are many specializations offered, each with its own requirements. Through the program, leadership opportunities are given to students to strengthen their skills and demonstrate innovation within a market that is always changing.

  • Location: Vermillion, South Dakota
  • Estimated Tuition: $68,952
  • Credit Hours: 51

 

47. Campbellsville University

Campbellsville University online MBA programs

Campbellsville University was founded in 1906 and is considered one of the best private Christian institutions in the United States. Students who choose to attend this school can also let go of the stress that accompanies paying for a graduate degree: Campbellsville University has among the lowest student debt loads in the nation. Students committed to receiving an online MBA from CU have seven emphases to choose from including information technology, healthcare management, marketing, and more. Benefits of this program include leadership skills needed to move into managerial roles, a firm grasp of advanced business concepts used daily in the workplace, a knowledge base of trends that are changing the economy, and a focus on relevant information that can be immediately applied.

  • Location: Campbellsville, Kentucky
  • Estimated Tuition: $17,244
  • Credit Hours: 36

 

48. Fort Hays State University

The online MBA at Fort Hays State University offers many more concentrations to choose from than most MBA programs. It consists of 34 total credits hours with 9 credits set aside specifically for the students’ chosen concentration. The concentrations FHSU offers are:

  • Digital Marketing
  • Finance
  • Health Care Management
  • Health and Human Performance/Sports Management
  • Human Resource Management (HRM)
  • Information Assurance
  • International Business
  • Leadership Studies
  • Management Information Systems
  • Marketing
  • Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • General MBA (no concentration)
  • Accounting (on campus only)

Twelve additional credit hours are required for students who do not have an undergraduate business degree. Courses are delivered via streaming videos and online discussion boards are used to help students stay in touch with fellow classmates as well as instructors. Some instructors use Skype, WebX, Blackboard, YouTube, and GoogleDocs to enhance the learning experience.

  • Location: Hays, Kansas
  • Estimated Tuition: $13,600 or $18,400
  • Credit Hours: 34 (if you have an undergrad in business) or 46 (for those without an undergrad business degree)

 

49. Indiana Wesleyan University

Indiana Wesleyan University online mba programs

Indiana Wesleyan University is a private, non-profit Christian university that was founded in 1920. Its MBA courses are designed to build upon past experiences and education to help students become more insightful and tactical thinkers. Students can choose to get a general MBA or an MBA in Healthcare Administration, Personal Financial Planning, Project Management, or School Administration. The program can be completed in 18-26 months.o

  • Location: Marion, Indiana
  • Estimated Tuition: $23,604
  • Credit Hours: 42

 

50. Hofstra University

Hofstra University MBA

Hofstra University understands that graduate students have responsibilities outside of school and that by providing an efficient and quality online program, students will be able to progress academically. Hofstra keeps its curriculum relevant to ensure graduates will have the right skills to excel in their chosen career. Its location in New York has provided unique business partnerships and opportunities in correspondence with the programs offered.  

  • Location: Long Island, New York
  • Estimated Tuition: $76,600
  • Credit Hours: 45

 

51. Rochester Institute of Technology

Rochester Institute of Technology online mba programs

Rochester Institute of Technology offers a Master of Business Administration through the Saunders College of Business. Students will receive a strong foundation in business fundamentals and courses will have an emphasis on digital technology, including Design and Information Systems and Innovation in Products and Services. Students can choose from a number of concentrations such as Finance and Entrepreneurship. The school also offers joint concentrations with other RIT colleges. If you decide to go the online route, RIT offers an Executive MBA that can be taken on-campus or online and it’s primarily designed for mid-to-upper-level professionals who want to hone their leadership and business skills.

  • Location: Rochester, New York
  • Estimated Tuition: $78,000
  • Credit Hours: 47

 

52. George Washington University

George Washington University MBA

Located in the hub of Washington DC, George Washington University has fostered institutional and professional relationships with private and public sectors, which gives students the opportunity to connect and network for their future. The MBA provided by GW is comprised of videos, podcasts, animations, and other interactive learning styles to keep the information engaging. In addition to the program, 6 concentrations within the degree are available but not required. Instructors are easily accessible to online students who can chat via video or email to answer questions or get additional help.

  • Location: Washington DC
  • Estimated Tuition: $97,957
  • Credit Hours: 55.5

 

53. Concordia University

Concordia University online mba programs

The online MBA at Concordia University is one of the most flexible programs on this list, allowing students to start anytime during the year and take courses at their own pace. While an MBA is traditionally meant for business students, Concordia offers 13 MBA concentrations to accommodate students and professionals with experience in healthcare, public administration, environmental, or engineering backgrounds, among many others. Their website also mentions the opportunity to build and customize your educational experience to make it your own.

  • Location: Mequon, Wisconsin
  • Estimated Tuition: $27,261
  • Credit Hours: 39

 

54. Oklahoma Wesleyan University

Oklahoma Wesleyan University online MBA programs

Oklahoma Wesleyan University is a military-friendly school and is associated with the Wesleyan church. Its MBA programs are designed for the experienced working professional who will possess the appropriate knowledge, practical skills, and professional abilities necessary to fill executive managerial and administrative positions upon completion of the degree. Students who participate in OKWU’s quality MBA program may choose an emphasis in Human Resources Management, Finance, Marketing, Organizational Leadership, or Nursing Management.

  • Location: Bartlesville, Oklahoma
  • Estimated Tuition: $18,540
  • Credit Hours: 36

 

55. Quinnipiac University

Quinnipiac University Connecticut online MBA programs

This University is fairly new to the online MBA game, they offer six different specializations; Computer Information Systems, Finance, Healthcare Management, International Business, Marketing, and Management. They have a fairly high acceptance rate of 76% and an average GMAT acceptance score of 540.

  • Location: Hamden, Conneticut
  • Estimated Tuition: $43,010
  • Credit Hours: 46

 

56. Bethel College

Bethel College online MBA programs

Bethel College was born in the cultural, political, and technological cross-currents of the 1940s. It’s affiliated with the  Missionary Church  and is a Christian community of learners dedicated to building lives of commitment to leadership in the Church and the world. Its MBA can be completed in 24 months of part-time or online study, with one class being taught every 7 weeks. Students can start at any time of the year and may take a session or semester off if the need arises. Students may choose between a Management Science track or a Leadership track.

  • Location: Mishawaka, Indiana
  • Estimated Tuition: $16,020
  • Credit Hours: 36

 

57. Northwest Nazarene University

Northwest Nazarene University online mba programs

Northwest Nazarene University  was founded in 1913 and is a Christian, liberal arts institution affiliated with The Church of the Nazarene. It’s been named among the Best Regional Universities in the West by U.S. News & World Report and their business school is accredited by the ACBSP. Their online MBA program allows students to choose from the following concentrations: Healthcare, Operations Management, Finance, Global Business, and Leadership. The school offers a variety of student support services including library resources, tutoring, writing assistance, and advising services. NNU’s online MBA program is designed with the working adult in mind and may be completed in as little as 16 months.

  • Location: Nampa, Idaho
  • Estimated Tuition: $18,480
  • Credit Hours: 33

 

58. Emory University

Emory University MBA

Emory University has a series of course for its MBA program that helps students manage personal and professional responsibilities. While the program is intensive, it is also flexible to fit a working student’s needs. The online MBA helps students sharpen their skills without falling behind in their work, school, or social life. EU gives skills to students that companies and professionals are looking for, which can take students to the next level of their career.

  • Location: Atlanta Georgia
  • Estimated Tuition: $101,700
  • Credit Hours: 40

 

59. Georgia College and State University

Georgia College and State University online mba programs

For students looking for flexibility and cheaper tuition, Georgia College and State University may be the right choice. Of all of the Universities on our list, Georgia College and State University has one of the smallest student-to-faculty ratios of 18 to 1. Students can expect much more attentiveness from their faculty. The average GMAT score is 544 among accepted students, with an acceptance rate of 62%.

  • Location: Milledgeville, Georgia
  • Estimated Tuition: $22,870
  • Credit Hours: 30

 

60. Norwich University

Norwich University online MBA programs

Norwich University first started their online MBA program 15 years ago, and it has been highly ranked ever since. They have five different specializations students can pick from Finance, Organizational Leadership, Construction Management, Program Management, and Supply Chain Management.  They offer an accelerated 18-month program for qualifying applicants. Norwich University’s online MBA program is one of the hardest to get into, with an acceptance rate of 42%.

  • Location: Northfield, Vermont
  • Estimated Tuition: $30,912
  • Credit Hours: 36

 

61. Park University

Park University online mba programs

The Park University MBA degree may be earned on-campus, online, or as a combination of either option. The online MBA program provides flexibility for students so they can study where and when they can without needing to sacrifice academic excellence. The MBA curriculum has 21 hours of core courses designed to provide a broad education covering the major areas of business and 12 credit hours of elective or concentration courses. MBA students have the option to choose from nine different concentrations, including Disaster and Emergency Management, Finance, Homeland Security, Human Resource Management, International Business, Management Information Systems, Management Accounting, Project Management, or Quality Management.

  • Location: Parkville, Missouri
  • Estimated Tuition: $18,117
  • Credit Hours: 33

 

62. Clarkson University

Clarkson University online MBA programs

Clarkson University was founded in 1896 as a memorial to Thomas S. Clarkson, a successful entrepreneur and businessman. Clarkson University’s online MBA program embodies his philosophy and motto that states “A Workman That Needeth Not to be Ashamed.” Working professionals can earn their degree in a way that is best suited for them, whether it’s by taking MBA courses on campus, online, or by using a combination of the two. The curriculum comprises 16 core courses and 5 electives so students can tailor their degree to their particular strengths and interests.

  • Location: Potsdam, New York
  • Estimated Tuition: $68,000 ($1,138/credit hour)
  • Credit Hours: about 60

 

63. Fayetteville State University

Fayetteville State University online MBA programs

Fayetteville State University was founded in 1867 as the Howard School for the education of African Americans, but today it serves over 6,300 students and ranks among the nation’s most diverse campus communities. FSU is a constituent institution of the University of North Carolina and is the second-oldest public institution of higher education in the state. FSU’s online MBA is fully accredited by the AACSB and has numerous national rankings for its quality and affordability. It allows students to choose from one of eight concentrations and several graduate certificates. 

  • Location: Fayetteville, North Carolina
  • Estimated Tuition: $7,813 (in-state); $18,401 (out-of-state)
  • Credit Hours: 36

 

64. University of New Hampshire

University of New Hampshire online mba programs

The University of New Hampshire was founded back in 1866 and has since claimed quite a few national rankings such as the highest national sustainability ranking and is one of the greenest colleges in the United States. It has also been recognized for its online MBA program which is laid out in 8-week terms and can be completed in two years. Students have the option to specialize in Finance, Information Systems & Business Analytics, Marketing, Global Business, Growth & Innovation, or Hospitality Management. UNH has a student-to-faculty ratio of 18 to 1.

  • Location: Durham, New Hampshire
  • Estimated Tuition: $38,400
  • Credit Hours: 48

 

65. Northwest Missouri State University

Northwest Missouri State University online mba programs

Northwest Missouri State University offers students an affordable option for pursuing an MBA online. They have three different concentration students can choose from including General Management, Human Resource Management, and MArketing. The program will help students progress to higher management positions through the development of career-boosting foundational skills in business ethics, finance, quantitative analysis, policy formulation, global economics and more. All three emphases can be completed in 12-18 months.

  • Location: Maryville, Missouri
  • Estimated Tuition: $13,530
  • Credit Hours: 33

 

66. Greenville University

Greenville University online mba programs

Greenville University was founded in 1892 and since the beginning, its mission has been focused on providing Christ-centered education to empower students to live lives of character and service. Its online MBA degree is solely focused on the technical skills needed in business administration and it has one focus area, Business Management. The program helps students obtain practical knowledge and essential skills in areas such as management, accounting, economics, finance, strategy, and marketing.

  • Location: Greenville, Illinois
  • Estimated Tuition: $17,485
  • Credit Hours: 40

 

67. Kansas State University

Kansas State University online mba programs

Kansas State University has been offering quality education since 1863. Its Professional Master of Business Administration (PMBA) program offers those with pre-established business experience an opportunity to pursue an interactive, online MBA degree. It allows students to complete their coursework at their own pace and integrate examples of their professional experience in each class. The program starts with a mandatory two-day regional student orientation for new students and includes a required faculty-led international trip. K-State’s MBA program is AACSB-accredited.

  • Location: Manhattan, Kansas
  • Estimated Tuition: $25,000-$30,000 (textbooks are included)
  • Credit Hours: 30-36

 

68. Texas A&M University-Texarkana

Texas A&M University-Texarkana online mba programs

A&M-Texarkana offers students the option to get a General MBA or an MBA with an Energy Leadership or Supply Chain concentration. The basic program consists of 9 required courses and 3 elective courses. For students who graduated with an undergraduate degree and had a 3.0 GPA or better are not required to have an acceptable GMAT score, as the school has agreed to waive it under those conditions. A&M-Texarkana has a student-to-teacher ratio of 18 to 1.

  • Location: Texarkana, Texas
  • Estimated Tuition: $17,343
  • Credit Hours: 36

 

69. Frostburg State University

Frostburg State University online mba programs

Frostburg State University ‘s online MBA curriculum is designed for everyone, not just business majors, and it will provide a strong, well-rounded foundation in accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, and management. It follows a 7-week course model, offering 6 sessions a year for students to join, and full-time students can complete it in as little as 12 months. Frostburg State University has a 17 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio. Beginning Fall 2018, Frostburg State University is pleased to begin offering three curriculum concentrations in their online MBA program: General Management, Healthcare Management, and Business Analytics. Students may choose any one of them during Frostburg State University’s 6 sessions and the credit hours remain the same. Their MBA program is accredited by the AACSB.

  • Location: Frostburg, Maryland
  • Estimated Tuition: $15,444
  • Credit Hours: 36-42 (depending on your academic background)

 

70. University of Alaska – Fairbanks

University of Alaska - Fairbanks online MBA programs

The Univesity of Alaska at Fairbanks has an affordable online MBA program that permits students to concentrate in General Management or in Capital Markets. For students without a business undergraduate, seven online  pre-MBA modules  replace full prerequisite courses. The degree is designed to be completed in less than two years and has a rolling admissions schedule. And the cherry on top? It’s accredited by the AACSB.

  • Location: Fairbanks, Alaska
  • Estimated Tuition: $12,648
  • Credit Hours: 30

 

71. University of Texas—Rio Grande Valley

University of Texas—Rio Grande Valley online mba programs

The online MBA at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) is accredited by AACSB International and can be completed in as little as 12 months. Students must start with a business administration foundation which is achieved by holding a bachelor’s degree in a business field or by taking some or all of UTRGV’s foundation courses. All courses are offered in a 7-week format.

  • Location: Edinburg, Texas
  • Estimated Tuition: $17,000
  • Credit Hours: 36

 

72. Louisiana State University – Shreveport

Louisiana State University - Shreveport online MBA programs

LSU Shreveport offers students an affordable online MBA program with nine areas of concentration including General Business, Data Analytics, Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise, Finance, Hospitality and Casino Management, Human Resource Management, International Business, Marketing, and Project Management. The program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), an achievement that is only reached by five percent of all business schools. Graduate students who want flexible learning schedules and an opportunity to hone their MBA degree in particular areas of study find LSUS to be a good fit. At LSUS the student-to-faculty ratio is 20:1.

  • Location: Shreveport, Louisiana
  • Estimated Tuition: $12,474
  • Credit Hours: 30

 

73. Wayne State College

Wayne State College online mba programs

Wayne State College provides an affordable, yet quality option for those seeking to earn their MBA degree online. It’s a 30-credit-hour, non-thesis, 100% online program with no required visits to campus. WSC is accredited by the International Accreditation Council for Business Education and every class is taught by a faculty member who holds the highest degree or credentials in their field.

  • Location: Wayne, Nebraska
  • Estimated Tuition: $10,462
  • Credit Hours: 30

 

74. MidAmerica Nazarene University

MidAmerica Nazarene University ‘s online MBA program has classes that are focused on marketing, economics, organizational development, strategic management, corporate and personal ethics, and accounting. Most of the classes are taught in an 8-week format and most students can complete the degree in 24 months.

  • Location: Olathe, Kansas
  • Estimated Tuition: $20,520
  • Credit Hours: 36

 

75. Angelo State University

Angelo State University online MBA programs

At Angelo State University all MBA courses are offered online or in a face-to-face/hybrid format. Unlike other programs, no elective courses are available to take in ASU’s MBA program. Online courses are offered in five 8-week terms throughout the year. In addition to the 30 credits of core classes, there are foundation requirements for students who have not received a bachelor’s degree in business.

  • Location: San Angelo, Texas
  • Estimated Tuition: $21,462
  • Credit Hours: 30

 

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      Conclusion

      As a conclusion, fast food is becoming more and more acceptable and convenient in our society. With our daily schedules, many just do not have time to prepare the food at home or go out to eat at a restaurant. Fast food restaurants also offer low price, variety and predictability. However, they tend to be very high in fat, sugar, salt and therefore, in calories. So it is better, one reduce the portion size of unhealthy fast foods and also do not forget to include large amounts of fruits and vegetables in your diet.

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      1. Nalin 2 May 2017 at 01:59

        There is no doubt that the fast food is becoming more and more acceptable and convenient in our society. I would love to prefer fast food restaurants to all. If you are looking for restaurants near you so do not forget to visit food-near.com .

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      As a conclusion, fast food is becoming more and more acceptable and convenient in our society. With our daily schedules, many just do not have time to prepare the food at home or go out to eat at a restaurant. Fast food restaurants also offer low price, variety and predictability. However, they tend to be very high in fat, sugar, salt and therefore, in calories. So it is better, one reduce the portion size of unhealthy fast foods and also do not forget to include large amounts of fruits and vegetables in your diet.

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      1. Nalin 2 May 2017 at 01:59

        There is no doubt that the fast food is becoming more and more acceptable and convenient in our society. I would love to prefer fast food restaurants to all. If you are looking for restaurants near you so do not forget to visit food-near.com .

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      As a conclusion, fast food is becoming more and more acceptable and convenient in our society. With our daily schedules, many just do not have time to prepare the food at home or go out to eat at a restaurant. Fast food restaurants also offer low price, variety and predictability. However, they tend to be very high in fat, sugar, salt and therefore, in calories. So it is better, one reduce the portion size of unhealthy fast foods and also do not forget to include large amounts of fruits and vegetables in your diet.

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      1. Nalin 2 May 2017 at 01:59

        There is no doubt that the fast food is becoming more and more acceptable and convenient in our society. I would love to prefer fast food restaurants to all. If you are looking for restaurants near you so do not forget to visit food-near.com .

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