A spark for Entrepreneurs

I can say, everyone can become entrepreneurs(EP) with a spark but it can be at anytime. wait for your turn. When i searching for EP biography read this article published by http://www.youngentreprenuer.com. They are aw some words from the author and they had made a list . Here they are

There are hundreds (if not thousands) more entrepreneurs who have achieved success without a college a degree.

The List

  1. Abraham Lincoln, lawyer, U.S. president. Finished one year of formal schooling, self-taught himself trigonometry, and read Blackstone on his own to become a lawyer.
  2. Amadeo Peter Giannini, multimillionaire founder of Bank of America. Dropped out of high school.
  3. Andrew Carnegie, industrialist and philanthropist, and one of the first mega-billionaires in the US. Elementary school dropout.
  4. Andrew Jackson, U.S. president, general, attorney, judge, congressman. Home-schooled. Became a practicing attorney by the age of 35 – without a formal education.
  5. Andrew Perlman, co-founder of GreatPoint. Dropped out of Washington University to start Cignal Global Communications, an Internet communications company, when he was only 19.
  6. Anne Beiler, multimillionaire co-founder of Auntie Anne’s Pretzels. Dropped out of high school.
  7. Ansel Adams, world-famous photographer. Dropped out of high school.
  8. Ashley Qualls, founder of Whateverlife.com, left high school at the age of 15 to devote herself  to building her website business.  She was more than a million dollars by 17.
  9. Barbara Lynch, chef, owner of a group of restaurants, worth over $10 million, in Boston. Dropped out of high school.
  10. Barry Diller, billionaire, Hollywood mogul, Internet maven, founder of Fox Broadcasting Company, chairman of IAC/InterActive Corp (owner of Ask.com),
  11. Ben Kaufman, 21-year-old serial entrepreneur, founder of Kluster. Dropped out of college in his freshman year.
  12. Benjamin Franklin, inventor, scientist, author, entrepreneur.  Primarily home-schooled.
  13. Billy Joe (Red) McCombs, billionaire, founder of Clear Channel media, real estate investor. Dropped out of law school to sell cars in 1950.
  14. Bob Proctor, motivational speaker, bestselling author, and co-founder of Life Success Publishing. Attended two months of high school.
  15. Bram Cohen, BitTorrent developer. Attended State University of New York at Buffalo for a year.
  16. Carl Lindner, billionaire investor, founder of United Dairy Farmers. Dropped out of high school at the age of 14.
  17. Charles Culpeper, owner and CEO of Coca Cola. Dropped out of high school.
  18. Christopher Columbus, explorer, discoverer of new lands. Primarily home-schooled.
  19. Coco Chanel, founder of fashion brand Chanel. A perfume bearing her name, Chanel No. 5 kept her name famous.
  20. Colonel Harlan Sanders, founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC). Dropped out of elementary school, later earned law degree by correspondence.
  21. Craig McCaw, billionaire founder of McCaw Cellular. Did not complete college.
  22. Dave Thomas, billionaire founder of Wendy’s. Dropped out of high school at 15.
  23. David Geffen, billionaire founder of Geffen Records and co-founder of DreamWorks. Dropped out of college after completing one year.
  24. David Green, billionaire founder of Hobby Lobby. Started the Hobby Lobby chain with only $600.  High school graduate.
  25. David Karp, founder of Tumblr. Dropped out of school at 15, then homeschooled. Did not attend college.
  26. David Neeleman, founder of JetBlue airlines. Dropped out of college after three years.
  27. David Ogilvy, advertising executive and copywriter . Was expelled from Oxford University at the age of 20.
  28. David Oreck, multimillionaire founder of The Oreck Corporation. Quit college to enlist in the Army Air Corps.
  29. Debbi Fields, founder of Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chippery. Later renamed, franchised, then sold Mrs. Field’s Cookies.
  30. DeWitt Wallace, founder and publisher of Reader’s Digest. Dropped out of college after one year. Went back, then dropped out again after the second year.
  31. Dov Charney, founder of American Apparel. Started the company in high school, and never attended college.
  32. Dustin Moskovitz, multi-millionaire co-founder of Facebook. Harvard dropout.
  33. Frank Lloyd Wright, the most influential architect of the twentieth century. Never attended high school.
  34. Frederick “Freddy” Laker, billionaire airline entrepreneur. High school dropout.
  35. Frederick Henry Royce, auto designer, multimillionaire co-founder of Rolls-Royce. Dropped out of elementary school.
  36. George Eastman, multimillionaire inventor, Kodak founder. Dropped out of high school.
  37. George Naddaff, founder of UFood Grill and Boston Chicken. Did not attend college.
  38. Gurbaksh Chahal, multimillionaire founder of BlueLithium and Click Again. Dropped out at 16, when he founded Click Again.
  39. H. Wayne Huizenga, founder of WMX garbage company, helped build Blockbuster video chain. Joined the Army out of high school, and later went to college only to drop out during his first year.
  40. Henry Ford, billionaire founder of Ford Motor Company.  Did not attend college.
  41. Henry J. Kaiser, multimillionaire & founder of Kaiser Aluminum. Dropped out of high school.
  42. Hyman Golden, co-founder of Snapple. Dropped out of high school.
  43. Ingvar Kamprad, founder of IKEA, one of the richest people in the world, dyslexic.
  44. Isaac Merrit Singer, sewing machine inventor, founder of Singer. Elementary school dropout.
  45. Jack Crawford Taylor, founder of Enterprise Rent-a-Car. Dropped out of college to become a WWII fighter pilot in the Navy.
  46. Jake Nickell, co-founder and CEO of Threadless.com. Did not graduate from college.
  47. James Cameron, Oscar-winning director, screenwriter, and producer. Dropped out of college.
  48. Jay Van Andel, billionaire co-founder of Amway. Never attended college.
  49. Jeffrey Kalmikoff, co-founder and chief creative officer of Threadless.com. Did not graduate from college.
  50. Jerry Yang, co-founder of Yahoo! Dropped out of PhD program.
  51. Jimmy Dean, multimillionaire founder of Jimmy Dean Foods. Dropped out of high school at 16.
  52. John D. Rockefeller Sr., billionaire founder of Standard Oil. Dropped out of high school just two months before graduating, though later took some courses at a local business school.
  53. John Mackey, founder of Whole Foods. Enrolled and dropped out college six times.
  54. John Paul DeJoria, billionaire co-founder of John Paul Mitchell Systems, founder of Patron Spirits tequilla. Joined the Navy after high school.
  55. Joyce C. Hall, founder of Hallmark. Started selling greeting cards at the age of 18. Did not attend college.
  56. Kemmons Wilson, multimillionaire, founder of Holiday Inn. High school dropout.
  57. Kenneth Hendricks, billionaire founder of ABC Supply.  High school dropout.
  58. Kenny Johnson, founder of Dial-A-Waiter restaurant delivery. College dropout.
  59. Kevin Rose, founder of Digg.com. Dropped out of college during his second year.
  60. Kirk Kerkorian, billionaire investor, owner of Mandalay Bay and Mirage Resorts, and MGM movie studio. Dropped out eighth-grade.
  61. Larry Ellison, billionaire co-founder of Oracle software company. Dropped out of two different colleges.
  62. Leandro Rizzuto, billionaire founder of Conair. Dropped out of college. Started Conair with $100 and hot-air hair roller invention.
  63. Leslie Wexner, billionaire founder of a Limited Brands. Dropped out of law school. Started the Limited with $5,000.
  64. Marc Rich, commodities investor, billionaire.  Founder of Marc Rich & Co. Did not finish college.
  65. Marcus Loew, multimillionaire founder of Loews theaters, co-founder of MGM movie studio. Elementary school dropout.
  66. Mark Ecko, founder of Mark Ecko Enterprises. Dropped out of college.
  67. Mary Kay Ash, founder of Mary Kay Inc. Did not attend college.
  68. Michael Dell, billionaire founder of Dell Computers, which started out of his college dorm room. Dropped out of college.
  69. Michael Rubin, founder of Global Sports. Dropped out of college in his first year.
  70. Micky Jagtiani, billionaire retailer, Landmark International. Dropped out of accounting school.
  71. Milton Hershey, founder of Hershey’s Milk Chocolate. 4th grade education.
  72. Pete Cashmore, founder of Mashable.com at the age of 19.
  73. Philip Green, Topshop billionaire retail mogul. Dropped out of high school.
  74. Rachael Ray, Food Network cooking show star, food industry entrepreneur, with no formal culinary arts training.  Never attended college.
  75. Ray Kroc, founder of McDonald’s. Dropped out of high school.
  76. Richard Branson, billionaire founder of Virgin Records, Virgin Atlantic Airways, Virgin Mobile, and more. Dropped out of high school at 16.
  77. Richard DeVos, co-founder of Amway. Served in the Army and did not attend college.
  78. Richard Schulze, Best Buy founder. Did not attend college.
  79. Rob Kalin, founder of Etsy. Flunked out of high school, enrolled in art school for a time, faked a student ID at MIT so he could take classes. His professors subsequently helped him get into NYU, they were so impressed.
  80. Ron Popeil, multimillionaire founder of Ronco, inventor, producer, infomercial star. Did not finish college.
  81. Rush Limbaugh, multi-millionaire media mogul, radio talk show host. Dropped out of college.
  82. Russell Simmons, co-founder of Def Jam records, founder of Russell Simmons Music Group, Phat Farm fashions, bestselling author. Did not finish college.
  83. S. Daniel Abraham, founder of Slim-Fast, billionaire. Did not attend college.
  84. Sean John Combs, entertainer, producer, fashion designer, and entrepreneur. Never finished college.
  85. Shawn Fanning, developer of Napster. Dropped out of college at the age of 19.
  86. Simon Cowell, TV producer, music judge, American Idol, The X Factor, and Britain’s Got Talent.  High school dropout.
  87. Steve Madden, shoe designer. Dropped out of college.
  88. Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, billionaire. Did not complete college.
  89. Ted Murphy, founder of social media company Izea Entertainment. Dropped out of college.
  90. Theodore Waitt, billionaire founder of Gateway Computers. Dropped out of college to start Gateway – one semester before graduating.
  91. Thomas Edison, inventor of the lightbulb, phonograph, and more. Primarily home-schooled, then joined the railroad when he was only 12.
  92. Tom Anderson, co-founder and “friend” of MySpace. Dropped out of high school.
  93. Ty Warner, billionaire developer of Beanie Babies, real estate investor, and hotel owner. Dropped out of college.
  94. Vidal Sassoon, founder of Vidal Sassoon, multimillionaire. Dropped out of high school.
  95. W. Clement Stone, multimillionaire insurance man, author, founder of Success magazine. Dropped out of elementary school. Later attended high school, graduating. Attended but did not finish college.
  96. W.T. Grant, founder of W.T. Grant department stores, multimillionaire. Dropped out of high school.
  97. Wally “Famous” Amos, multimillionaire entrepreneur, author, talent agent, founder of Famous Amos cookies. Left high school at 17 to join the Air Force.
  98. Walt Disney, founder of the Walt Disney Company. Dropped out of high school at 16.
  99. Wolfgang Puck, chef, owner of 16 restaurants and 80 bistros. Quit school at the age of 14.
  100. Y.C. Wang, billionaire founder of Formosa Plastics. Did not attend high school.


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Movie Jobs – Film Photography, Makeup, Costume, Props, More

Props Builder
All of the items used in a movie to solidify the believability of the movie are created by the Props builder.

Because many films involve items that do not exist in reality, the Props builder with create these from scratch using various methods and building materials.

Director of Photography
Another critical job position on a film set is the DP. They are responsible for all of the lighting and visual camera angles that occur in a movie. These responsibilities are crucial to a film and creatively can and will alter the mood and vision of a script. The DP acts as the conduit for the director’s vision.

First Assistant Camera Operator
Often called the Puller; this position is responsible for making sure the camera is in focus during production.

Second Assistant Camera Operator
Sometimes called the Loader; this position involves loading a film camera with film magazines between shots. They may also be in charge of loading the film magazines with the actual film stock.

Make-up Artist
The importance of the Make-up artist cannot be over-stated. Not only will they provide common make-up for traditional movie scenes, but also transform the actors into dramatic characters unlike their personal everyday appearance.

Costume Designer
This creative position involves the creation of all the clothing to be worn in a film. Understanding the affect of color, style, and fabrics, is critical to performing this job well.

This non-glamorous position involves serious physical labor. They often will construct, manage, and relocate film sets during a production.

Prop Stagehands
While not only managing the props inventory of a film set, they also are responsible for making sure the correct props are on set for a each scene to be shot.

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Movie Careers – Film Producer, Script Supervisors, Editors, Set Designers

Script Supervisor
These individuals are required to maintain consistency in the script. If what was shot is different to what is listed in the script it will be noted so that all subsequent scenes will reflect those changes.

The Producer of a film is also one of the single most important positions in the movie business.
They will manage and supervise all aspects of creating the film including obtaining financing, working with distribution, and employing the cast and crew. They also make final decisions as to the artistic vision of the film.

Film Editor
Film Editors function similar to Sound Editors except they are using the images shot during filming. Their role is quite important as they have the ability to change the vision of a picture very dramatically. A great Film Editor will piece together all the visual elements in order to “tell the story” with the images. Without a proper Film Editor, a movie can seem confusing and difficult to follow.

Production Manager
As a Production Manager, your responsibilities will be vast. All non-creative duties will land on your shoulders including managing the crew, staying within budgets, and keeping filming on a timely schedule.

Production Designer
Your role as a Production Designer is to create the general image of a film. You will use your sense of style and taste to accurately represent the vision of the script.

Location Manager
Not all films are shot in Hollywood nor are they done on a set. Many must be filmed “On-Location.” In order to do this the Location Manager must seek out and legally solidify the use of these locations months before filming begins.

Movie Stills Photographer
Work on film sets taking stills for use in publicity campaigns. It’s a different kind of career in photography niche, but a legitimate job nonetheless. Learn about being a movie stills photographer in our Photography section.

Set Designer
This job involves designing and creating the actual physical structures to be used on a film set.

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The director of a film is one of the most important members in a movie. They focus on creating the artistic vision for a film and then utilizing the entire film crew to fulfill that vision. Although a director has a lot of creative control, their vision must be in accordance with the movie’s Producer.

Foley Artist
Possibly the most unique job within the film industry. The term Foley actually refers to movement sounds within a film that are human or animal influenced; such as grabbing a doorknob, pouring liquid into a glass, and footsteps. During the original movie shoot, even though there are Production Mixers on set capturing the actual audio, many of these sounds are so subtle that they get lost or are not dramatic enough. A Foley Artist actually is in charge of re-creating these sounds in a live performance setting. While watching the film, they will record on a Foley stage, creating live sound effects with multiple props.

First Assistant Director
The First AD position is similar to the Assistant Engineer in the Music Industry. The First AD assists the Director in fulfilling their role usually by taking care of many administrative duties to include the production schedule, scene schedule, rehearsing and directing cast extras, and call sheets.

Second Assistant Director
This director’s responsibilities continue down in importance from the First AD. Some of their duties typically are monitoring the cast through make-up and wardrobe and managing additional assistant directors that have been hired for the film.

Production Assistant
This position is similar to the Intern in the Music Industry.
When entering the film business it is quite common to start out as a Production Assistant (PA). A typical film set will be broken down into Set PAs and Administrative PAs. The Set PAs work with whichever film unit they are assigned and perform general duties that the 2nd Assistant Director instructs them to do. Office PA’s do much of the mundane administrative tasks such as answer phones, get lunch for the cast and crew, pick up odds and ends, and other ‘runner’ duties. Every film will utilize several PAs depending on the size of the production.

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Movie Careers – Film Producer, Script Supervisors, Editors, Set Designers

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The basic things I should know about the Film & audio-visual Communication course?

Best answer:

There are many different areas within the film and A/V industries ranging from the technical to the artistic. If you have a strong visual eye and like bringing stories to life then your might like to go into cinematography. If you enjoy the technical, then you could focus on sound or editing. I would recommend going to http://www.jobmonkey.com/filmmusic/movie_industry_jobs.html to see a description of carriers in the film industry. Also check out the curriculm of different film schools.
Such as LA Film School, Full Sail University, Univ of Southern California, NYU etc. This should give you enough information to see what you would like to do.


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Demand for quality photographers on the rise

On the job:The advent of digital cameras has not only made things easy for photographers but also helped many students to exhibit their skills.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. A picture can give you information, make you laugh and also make you think. Thanks to increasing media publications, including newspapers, journals, magazines etc and not to mention the evolution of web journalism, of late there is a demand for quality photographers.

It is not just about the prospects in media; photography today provides different career options for people, particularly students.

With specialisations such as wildlife photography, fashion and portrait photography, there is scope for people to make it big in this field, provided they have creativity and the ability to capture different moments through their lens.

The advent of digital cameras has not only made things easy for photographers but also helped many students to exhibit their skills.

Perhaps this is what is driving many students to opt for part-time jobs, if not enrol into professional photography courses offered by many universities and institutions.

Definitely, many students are opting for photography as a career.

There are 45 students in Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) and 25 students in Master of Fine Arts (MFA) and every year the number of students enrolling into these courses is increasing, says Kamal Roy, an Assistant Photographer in the Department of Photography, JNTU.

While, working as a photo journalist can be more demanding, being a professional wildlife photographer or a fashion photographer can be more challenging. But the underlining factor is that photography offers many specialisation options and it depends on individual’s choice and ability.

Venky, owner of private photo studio in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad says, “it has been 10 years I have started my career as a photographer. In my early days, I used to go to Mumbai and Bangalore for fashion shoots but ever since the exposure of photography increased in Hyderabad I started doing couple of fashion shoots a week”

More importantly, there is no gender discrimination in photography. Today, more women are working as professional photographers and even students are joining photography courses.

Divya Medikonda, a mass communication student in Loyola Academy says, “I started clicking pictures as a hobby and post them into a social networking website. I got good response from my friends and now I have joined a professional course.” Photography offers freedom to work at will.

Unlike, software employees and other professionals, photographers always have to look out for opportunities and capture images that can help them to make a mark in the field, irrespective of photo journalism or fashion photography.

These days colleges and organisations are conducting photography competitions in an effort to bring out the latent talent in students and encourage them to take up a career in photography as well.


Venkatesh Soma, a B.Com student who works part timer at a private photo studio feels if passion is turned into profession, then students enjoy their work and the course they pursue would become easy.

“This apart, I have advertising as one of my subjects, I started learning photography, gradually my interest towards it increased and now I am planning to take it as my profession” says Soma.

launchpad for a career in visual effects

Movies are made from life and life reflects the movies itself.

Among all our lives, movies have become a part of it. We grow, we cry, we laugh, we relate to it.

Like other Indians, I grew up watching many good and dire movies in various languages. Among all these, Hollywood movies and their style of work and making enthralled my heart and brain.

Every passion needs a spark; I strongly believe these movies got the spark in me to work in movie industry.

Science declares that the right side of the brain is used for creativity and left for logical reasoning.

In the field of visual effects and movies, I believe both sides of brain should be used equally.

Visual effects is a field where one has to use his creativity with logics and math skills. I recognised my creative skills when I was a teenager which I couldn’t equip it well because of our education system.

As of a sheep in a flock, I did my under-graduation in Computer Science and Engineering.

Graduating from college and from my adolescent age, my next big step was into the decision making arena of, what’s next?

My passion for movies and par knowledge in logics, I made my decision to enter into a good visual effects school.

The hunt began and I applied to study in United States of America to get the best of what I want.

At present I am doing my Masters degree in visual effects at Academy of Art University (AAU), San Francisco, California.

The AAU is one of the biggest art schools in America. Unlike other universities, AAU is spread all over San Francisco. They have many edifices dropped around San Francisco.

AAU offers many courses more than visual effects like in animation, fashion, fine art, motion pictures, advertising and much more.

Situated in the downtown area of San Francisco, students can get and live the life of a busy downtowner.

San Francisco is considered to be one of the beautiful and major cities of USA and is. Weather here is fairly good compared to other places in United States, experiencing warm summers and cold winters convoying with rains.

Gaining wisdom from dad and unadulterated love from mom, here I am pursuing one of my dreams.

Interested students can contact me for details on admissions and other academic issues.

Ajay Prabhakar

Academy of Art University

San Francisco, California



2.5 lakh students likely to be recruited by IT firms this year


Students take a psychometric test, offered by Bodhi, on the second day of 'The Hindu Education Plus Career Fair 2011', held at Chennai Trade Centre in Chennai on Saturday. Photo: S.S. Kumar

A whopping 2.5 lakh students are expected to be recruited by Information Technology companies in the country this year, as against the 1.6 lakh last year. Though the requirement is huge, it is very focussed, said K. Purushothaman, Regional Director, TN & Kerala, NASSCOM at The Hindu Education Plus Career Fair 2011 on Saturday.

“Familiarity with cloud computing, Green IT and Remote Infrastructure Management will enhance the industrial needs, but these are not taught in colleges. Therefore, it is the duty of students to keep their eyes and ears open to understand these requirements and equip themselves,” he advised students.

A hall full of students listening in rapt attention to words of advice from experts brought out the eagerness and anxiety among students about their future. But the speakers did not fail to allay their doubts. “I was under the impression that only students with an undergraduate degree in journalism can make it big in the media, but the speakers today spelt out my options,” said Sukanya Umesh, a student.

Speaking about careers in film-making in the ‘Off-beat’ session, K. Hariharan, Director, L.V. Prasad Film & TV Academy, said students need to look beyond commercial films. “Broaden your scope beyond feature films, and explore other options such as documentary films,” he said.

The need to be driven by a sense of idealism for taking up a career options in journalism, was underscored by Sampath Kumar, faculty member, Asian College of Journalism. “The boom in the newspaper industry in the country will throw open huge opportunities. The field has also diversified into specialisations such as sports journalism, business journalism, film criticism and so on,” he said.

Elucidating on the different opportunities in the advertising field, Sajan Abraham, Managing Director, Maitri Advertising Works, said working in the various departments was both challenging and highly competitive.

Do you enjoy arguments? Can you convince people? Ananth Padmanabhan, an advocate, spoke on what it takes to be a successful legal professional.

“It has expanded beyond civil and criminal law to other specialisations areas such as non-litigation work and intellectual property rights,” he said.

S. Vaidhyasubramaniam, Dean-Planning and Development, Sastra University, gave a comprehensive overview of the emerging specialisations in bio-technology such as healthcare, agriculture, industrial, environmental and computational biotechnology that are in the nascent stages.

K. Shanmukha Sundaram, Chairman, SIRC-ICAI charted out the roadmap for embarking on a career in Chartered Accountancy.

Psychometric test

Chennai-based company, Bodhi, conducted a psychometric test that was taken by over 700 students.

The test will help students understand their aptitude and area of interest before they make a career choice. Results of this test would be e-mailed to the students .

Bangalore most preferred job city for engineering students

Seven out of every 10 engineering students in India prefer Bangalore as their ‘first job’ city, ahead of the capital Delhi, reveals a survey.
NEW DELHI: Seven out of every 10 engineering students in India prefer Bangalore as their ‘first job’ city, ahead of the capital Delhi, reveals a survey.

According to employability measurement and recruitment firm Aspiring Minds Research Cell, about 72 per cent of the engineering students surveyed voted for Bangalore as the most preferred destination to work in.

“In India, Bangalore is the engineers’ Mecca. It offers growth, options and a community of like-minded people. Bangalore has undoubtedly the largest base in terms of IT companies, opportunities and an existing engineering population,” Aspiring Minds Founder and Director Himanshu Aggarwal said.

Bangalore was followed by Delhi, which was preferred by 32 per cent of the respondents, while Hyderabad was the favourite among 30 per cent of the students surveyed.

At fourth place is Pune, with 30 per cent of the respondents voting for the city, followed by Chennai, which was favoured by 23 per cent of students.

Mumbai was sixth in the list of preferred cities for engineers.

Regional preferences emerge strongly, as students from the South, West and North of the country voted for Bangalore, Pune and Delhi, respectively, as their favourite city. For easterners, Bangalore was the favourable option. Chandigarh and Mysore also emerged as preferred destinations for engineering students in the survey.

The survey took into account the views of 19,000 engineering students across India. It was undertaken to determine the city preferences of students and allowed the respondents to specify up to three cities.