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LLB and Tourism degree ? good career opportunities

In this highly competitive age nobody has the time to stop and rest for a while. You have to run such that you do not lose your position. You have to earn a decent living, earn prestige and be not just anyone but someone in the society. And for that you have to start early, decide on what career path would help you achieve both, money as well as respect. Law is such a field where you would never be out of living. Every day crimes are increasing as people are resorting to illegal methods to get what they want. Hence if you have an LLB degree, you will never be out of demand and it goes without saying the amount of money you can earn and the respect you will achieve.

An LLB degree is for students who want to uphold justice and law. If you want to fight injustice in the society and incorporate values, law is the career for you. Courses and degrees in LLB are offered by different colleges and institutions. But each institution has different eligibility criteria for admitting students. You can research a bit to find out where you fit and select a college based on that. You will get the LLB degree as soon as you complete the basic course from the institution but to practice in the court of law you need a license that confirms your eligibility of practicing law in court.

The LLB degree will help you to earn money and gain reputation but what about your dreams? If you have a dream of globe trotting, of traveling and seeing new places all over the world, get a tourism degree. This degree enables you to join a Travel and Tourism Company and you can fulfill your dream of roaming the world. Many colleges and institutes offer tourism degree but you can also opt for an on line course. People who have done an on line course in tourism and have achieved a degree are well placed and are extremely satisfied with the course curriculum. Actually, most students who go for a tourism degree opt for the on line course as these are convenient, costs less than a regular course but are equally good. You can take the help of the Internet and find the colleges or institutes that offer a degree in tourism. You can then compare their curriculum and prices thus opting for the one that suits you best. Checking the college or institutes placement record and student feedback is a good idea before zeroing in on any institute.

Both LLB and tourism degree are good career moves. To achieve an LLB degree you need to know the law thoroughly where as tourism degree will teach you all the tricks of the global tourism industry. It goes without saying that a degree in LLB will help you achieve prestige and reputation while a tourism degree will help you tour all the beautiful places of the world, with money being the common factor to both degrees. The decision eventually is yours.

Roger Pointing is doing his LLB from a UK university. For information on tourism degree please visit http://www.rdihongkong.com/

Quick guide to considering Thailand as a Medical Tourism Destination

 

Resources and Research

Are you travelling specifically for medical purposes? The first thing you need to do is to research. Spend at least a couple of hours in researching and finding the best resolution and/or the best place to go for your medical tourism. Have a daily dose of magazine searching, online research and seek some expert advice from local doctors of your required service.

What is My Best Medical Solution?

Answer this question then seek more information. Look for information on the science, medicine, equipments, procedures and places suitable for the procedure of your solution. Write it down, think of the factors, differences in treatment or approach together with the special equipment needed in order to guide your answer.

Getting Started

These are some of the important details you need to take note before travelling. It may not be the most idealistic way but do write it down, for your own good.

· Thailand requires entry Visas for some nations / nationality.

· Check your passport, it must be good for 180 days or more after arriving to the country of destination. Better get it renewed if it is less than the days mentioned. Why? Some operations or procedures require more than a month of rehabilitation. Also, if anything goes wrong with the operation or it may took more than the estimated time for healing, you must be ready for anything.

· Get a complete record of your health. It is important for doctors to know your medical condition before suiting up for the operation. Better get a detailed analysis of your health before initiating.

· Identify if you have a family doctor or specialist who could always be ready to support you through an offshore procedure. It is always an essential requirement to have one before leaving. Better inform them about your travel and if already available, your time of operation so it won’t be a hassle contacting them.

· Get a companion, it is always a necessity to bring someone along. Best choice is a family member or a family doctor.

· Lastly, don’t forget your routine medical requirements such as pills and medication. This also includes any vaccinations or inoculations you need before you travel. Ensure you tell your treating doctor in Thailand about all your recent vaccinations or current medications so they can ensure it doesn’t conflict with your planned medical procedure.

Be Informed and Updated about Countries and their Travel/Security Risks

Thailand is a consistent top contender for development, health resources stability and quality of service and care. Always keep an eye in the changing events or key information before you travel, sometimes there are security situations within the country. Best to check on the world news a week before leaving. Also, don’t settle on one country alone, because if the country of your choice suddenly becomes risky for travel, you must have another destination to be considered. Write down the factors and issues that is most important before booking for a travel. For greater peace of mind and prevention, consider investing in a dedicated travel safety and security report or service to reduce the risk of unnecessary cancelation or delays.

Have a Hospital of Choice, then a Doctor.

These are the questions you need to know answers to before booking in for health procedures.

Do you know what procedure you are getting?

When you travel, In what hospital are you going to be admitted to?

What are their accreditations, enhanced skills, location, technology, equipment, price range and procedures?

Do you think the operation and the hospital are the right fit?

Are you given clear and reliable consultation?

What about a quote?

Do you have enough Information before Travel?

Make sure you understand your procedure, pricing and expected result in detail.

If you are comfortable with the skills, accreditations, qualifications and price of your providers, you probably know enough to finalize plans and book your procedure.  If you still don’t feel comfortable booking care, listen to your intuition. Also, if you are already feeling unsafe for travel or having symptoms that you are already ill, reconsider or reschedule. Do not waste your time in searching for a place for medical travel. You must consult your local doctor as soon as possible. In addition, also ask if you really need an operation or procedure and if you are fit enough to travel for it.

 

 

Resources and Research

 Are you travelling specifically for medical purposes? The first thing you need to do is to research. Spend at least a couple of hours in researching and finding the best resolution and/or the best place to go for your medical tourism. Have a daily dose of magazine searching, online research and seek some expert advice from local doctors of your required service.

What is My Best Medical Solution?

Answer this question then seek more information. Look for information on the science, medicine, equipments, procedures and places suitable for the procedure of your solution. Write it down, think of the factors, differences in treatment or approach together with the special equipment needed in order to guide your answer.

Getting Started

These are some of the important details you need to take note before travelling. It may not be the most idealistic way but do write it down, for your own good.

· Thailand requires entry Visas for some nations / nationality.

· Check your passport, it must be good for 180 days or more after arriving to the country of destination. Better get it renewed if it is less than the days mentioned. Why? Some operations or procedures require more than a month of rehabilitation. Also, if anything goes wrong with the operation or it may took more than the estimated time for healing, you must be ready for anything.

· Get a complete record of your health. It is important for doctors to know your medical condition before suiting up for the operation. Better get a detailed analysis of your health before initiating.

· Identify if you have a family doctor or specialist who could always be ready to support you through an offshore procedure. It is always an essential requirement to have one before leaving. Better inform them about your travel and if already available, your time of operation so it won’t be a hassle contacting them.

· Get a companion, it is always a necessity to bring someone along. Best choice is a family member or a family doctor.

· Lastly, don’t forget your routine medical requirements such as pills and medication. This also includes any vaccinations or inoculations you need before you travel. Ensure you tell your treating doctor in Thailand about all your recent vaccinations or current medications so they can ensure it doesn’t conflict with your planned medical procedure.

Be Informed and Updated about Countries and their Travel/Security Risks

Thailand is a consistent top contender for development, health resources stability and quality of service and care. Always keep an eye in the changing events or key information before you travel, sometimes there are security situations within the country. Best to check on the world news a week before leaving. Also, don’t settle on one country alone, because if the country of your choice suddenly becomes risky for travel, you must have another destination to be considered. Write down the factors and issues that is most important before booking for a travel. For greater peace of mind and prevention, consider investing in a dedicated travel safety and security report or service to reduce the risk of unnecessary cancelation or delays.

Have a Hospital of Choice, then a Doctor.

These are the questions you need to know answers to before booking in for health procedures.

Do you know what procedure you are getting?

When you travel, In what hospital are you going to be admitted to?

What are their accreditations, enhanced skills, location, technology, equipment, price range and procedures?

Do you think the operation and the hospital are the right fit?

Are you given clear and reliable consultation?

What about a quote?

Do you have enough Information before Travel?

Make sure you understand your procedure, pricing and expected result in detail.

If you are comfortable with the skills, accreditations, qualifications and price of your providers, you probably know enough to finalize plans and book your procedure.  If you still don’t feel comfortable booking care, listen to your intuition. Also, if you are already feeling unsafe for travel or having symptoms that you are already ill, reconsider or reschedule. Do not waste your time in searching for a place for medical travel. You must consult your local doctor as soon as possible. In addition, also ask if you really need an operation or procedure and if you are fit enough to travel for it.

 

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