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UBC MEDIA&COMMUNICATION INSTITUTE

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Specializes in a variety of professional services from public relations, international communications, media relations, political marketing, crisis management, media kits, advertisement, press coverage as well as teaching and trainings.

 

UBC ENTERTAINMENT & MANAGEMENT GROUP

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The international entertainment and management services company with a variety products/services from film production, motion pictures, photography, television specials and what is more - artists and professionals management

 

 

UBC SCIENCE&RESEARCH CENTRE

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A professional science and research institute offers a wide range of research; academic and business, helps to build the strategy in the company. Help to improve the data analysis and statistics for the futher improvement of the companies.

 

Courses & trainings

In higher education in Canada, Nigeria and the United States, a course is a unit of teaching that typically lasts one academic term, is led by one or more instructors (teachers or professors), and has a fixed roster of students. A course is usually an individual subject. Students may receive a grade and academic credit after completion of the course.
 
In India, United Kingdom, Australia and Singapore, as well as parts of Canada, a course is the entire programme of studies required to complete a university degree, and the word "unit" or "module" would be used to refer to an academic course as it is referred to in other parts of the world, for example North America and the rest of Europe.
 
In between the two, in South Africa, a course officially is the collection of all courses (in the American sense, these are often called "modules") over a year or semester, though the American usage is common. In the Philippines, a course can be an individual subject (usually referred to by faculty and school officials) or the entire programme (usually referred to by students and outsiders).
 
Courses are time-limited in most universities worldwide, lasting anywhere between several weeks to several semesters. They can either be compulsory material or "elective". An elective is usually not a required course, but there are a certain number of non-specific electives that are required for certain majors.

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