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International Study in the US: Stronger Than Ever
October 5, 2015

With talk often surrounding the latest up-and-comers among international study destinations, the question arises: what about the usual suspects? The most recent quarterly report from US Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) database shows that the perennial top study abroad destination is still going strong -- up a whopping nine percent in the past year alone. Let’s take a closer look at the numbers.


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One Million to Boost Education Cooperation Between Australia and India
September 29, 2015
Indian students who choose to study in Australia will soon find it easier to transfer their academic credits back to their home country. This development is one of several put forward by ministers of education in both Australia and India. Indeed, they have now announced several new measures tha...

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Lithuania Announces 2015 Support for Foreign Master’s Students
September 25, 2015
More international students -- particularly those from the Ukraine -- will have the opportunity to study in Lithuania this year thanks to an increase in state support, according to a recent decree signed by Audrone Pitreniene, the country’s Education and Science Minister. Let’s take a cl...

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Poland Ends Full Upfront Tuition Requirements
September 24, 2015
Poland is home to one of the oldest universities in Europe and birthplace of some of the world's greatest scientists and mathematicians. In recent years, more students have chosen to study abroad in Poland. Now the Polish government and the ministry of science and higher education are hoping to...

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How Do Parents Really Feel About International Study? We've Got the Scoop!
August 12, 2015
Do most parents support their children traveling thousands of miles around the world in pursuit of international education opportunities? The answer has been published in the latest research from leading global banking and financial services company HSBC. Let’s take a closer look at these finding...

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National Association of Graduate Teachers Colloquium in Ghana
May 27, 2015
The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) cites “equitable, quality education and lifelong learning for all,” as a primary goal for the educational sector. To that end, the organization held a Colloquium on Quality Education in Accra, Ghana late last summer. Let’s...

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The Danish Challenge: Study More To Be the Best
May 6, 2015
Danish education and research minister Sofie Carsten Nielsen has voiced concern about Danish students not "studying enough". Consequences? The government pushes to increase study time and improve competitiveness.

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How To Get a Finance Job in 2015?
May 6, 2015
Thinking of a career in finance? Join the queue. Entry level finance jobs are among the most sought after spots. But there’s one thing you can do to bump yourself up to the top of the heap.

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3 Tips for Stress-Free Student Loans in 2015
May 6, 2015
Applying for student loans can be an overwhelming process. How do you even know where to begin? Here are a few things to keep in mind when applying for student loans for 2015.

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