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Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Top 10 Universities Of The World

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1 Harvard

Harvard is the oldest and most prestigious American universities. This institution founded in 1636 now includes 9 different faculties and welcomes students handpicked from around the world.

2 MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is a prestigious American university and a research institute specializing in the fields of science and technology. Since its founding in 1861, the institute dedicated to the advancement of knowledge has counted several Nobel Prize among its members.

3 Yale universities

Yale University, which is one of the most important in the United States and the world, was founded in the early eighteenth century. Several presidents of the United States were students at the university known for its law school. We propose to trace the history of this property in New Haven, Connecticut.

4 Stanford University:

Stanford University, was named from its founder Leland Stanford, consistently position in between of the best universities in the world. This campus of its kind in the heart of the famous Silicon Valley includes notably renowned business school.
 
5 Berkeley: University of California:


The Berkeley is undoubtedly the best University of California and one of the best in the world. This invites you to discover the history of this institution at the forefront of scientific research.

6 Princeton: the famous University of New Jersey

The small town of Princeton, in the State of New Jersey, home to one of the most prestigious universities in the world. For proof, Princeton University came in 2010 and 2011 7th in the famous "Shanghai ranking".

7 The California Institute of Technology or Caltech:

The California Institute of Technology or Caltech is an American university located in Pasadena, California. This small university, which hosts some 2,700 students, is one of the ten best universities in the world.

8 Dartmouth College: 

Member of the prestigious Ivy League Dartmouth College is one of the oldest American universities and most reputable. This private university located in the city of Hanover, in the state of New Hampshire, was indeed founded in 1769.

9 Columbia University: 

Columbia University located in New York in the United States is one of the most prestigious universities in the world. We invite you to discover this university where the current President Barack Obama did his graduate studies.

10 Cornell University:


US private university located in the small town of Ithaca, Cornell is one of eight prestigious universities of the Ivy League. This institution founded in 1865 consistently ranks among the 20 best universities in the world.

Mechanical Theory Of Heat

Theory of Heat

The theory of heat or mechanical theory of heat is a theory, introduced by Sir Benjamin Thompson in 1798, and further developed in 1824 by French physicist Sadi Carnot, heat and mechanical work are equivalent. Relates to the mechanical equivalent of heat. Over the next century, with the preface of the second law of thermodynamics by Rudolf Clausius in 1850, this theory became the science of thermodynamics. In 1851, in his work "On the dynamical theory of heat," William Thomson outlined the vision, as based on recent experiments of those like James Joule, that "heat is not a substance but a dynamic effect mechanical, we recognize that there must be an correspondence between mechanical work and heat, as between cause and effect. "

In the following years, the phrase "dynamic theory of heat" gradually became the new science of thermodynamics. In 1876, for example, the American civil engineer Richard Sears McCulloh, stated that "the mechanical theory of heat, sometimes called thermodynamics, is the branch of science that deals phenomena of heat, motion effects and position. "

The term "heat theory", is associated with movement or vibratory energy is generally used in contrast to the caloric theory, considering the heat as a fluid or gas weight able to move in and out of the pores in solid and found between atoms. However, both are really compatible view angles under the principle of conservation of energy and the corresponding first law of thermodynamics.

Study At New Zealand

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To take only one course of less than three months (Eg an English course at a language school), the tourist visa conditions apply, ie passport holders are exempt from visa for a stay of less than three months. This also applies to elementary school students in high school, and those who go through a formal exchange if the duration of study is less than three months.

For one (or more) during more than three months, and official exchanges of more than three months, you must apply for a student visa ("student visa") after you choose your program, received confirmation of the registration for the court of your choice and set tuition. You must attach a copy of such confirmations to your visa application, and a financial guarantee (INZ 1014). The student visa will be issued for the period of study.


Since you will not be covered by the New Zealand social security, you must confirm that your normal social insurance will cover you in NZ. Otherwise, you must take out health insurance / disability / hospitalization / repatriation. Check with your travel agent or your usual insurer.

The Galaxy

The Recession of Galaxies

In 1912, the American astronomer Vesto Slipher at Lowell Observatory began a study of the spectrum of the brightest galaxies. This was not an easy task for even the brightest galaxies have very low total luminosity and the fact of breaking light into its different wavelengths does not help. He thus had several nights of observation for the spectrum of a galaxy alone at the time.

In analyzing the results, Vesto Slipher noticed that the few lines present in these spectra were displaced from their theoretical position. He interpreted this as an effect of the speed of galaxies since the observed wavelength of the spectral lines of a body changes when it is moving. From the offset, Slipher could thus determine the relative speed of these galaxies compared to ours. It thus found for example that the Andromeda galaxy is approaching us at a speed of about 300 kilometers per second.

Its end result was surprising: he got eleven redshifts and four to the blue, far more galaxies away from us galaxies approaching us. If the movement of galaxies was random and without preferred direction, it should have been as many as shifts toward blue to red. Slipher's observations therefore revealed a fundamental fact about the dynamics of the Universe. Unfortunately, the discovery did not take place at this time because the sample of galaxies was not large enough to be truly meaningful.

European Business School London

 ESCP Europe

This School was founded in 1819, ESCP Europe is the ancient business school and has trained several generations of leaders and entrepreneurs.

With five urban campuses (Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid and Turin) and its deep European identity, ESCP Europe has a unique style of intercultural management training and a global perspective of issues related to international management.

The international network of ESCP Europe, consisting of a hundred universities partners, expands the scope of the European School on a global scale. ESCP Europe is a member of the university center Hesam.

With triple accreditation (EQUIS, AMBA, AACSB), ESCP Europe every year 4,000 students and 5,000 leaders framework of 90 different countries, offering a wide range of general and specialized courses in management (Masters, MBA, doctorate-PhD and Training). With its long-standing relationships with national and international companies, the community allows ESCP Europe to provide unique career opportunities internationally.

Combining innovative educational device, full study program to follow multi-campus faculty and exceptional body, ESCP Europe is an essential contributor to the development of European and international management culture