Continue reading Studying in the US: A basic guide, Part 1. Introduction

Studying in the US: A basic guide, Part 1. Introduction

Studying in the United States is a dream for many people. This dream, once fulfilled often brings a great feeling of accomplishment and joy. In wanting to study at a University, whether locally or overseas similar things must be thought of and put in place. If you are wondering what are the most basic things you need to know and do before embarking on your journey then you are the right place. Below you will find the what, where and how of studying in the United States (US).
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Continue reading Studying in the US: A basic guide, Part 2. Priority areas of study in the US

Studying in the US: A basic guide, Part 2. Priority areas of study in the US

When applying for Universities the big question is always, what are you going to study? This decision is a very important one and must be taken very seriously. It is not uncommon for college students to complete their studies then find themselves unemployed. One of the main reasons for this is the fact that many people get degrees in areas that a vastly over populated and therefore not in demand. In a effort to prevent you from joining the long line of unemployed college graduates, I have prepared this short list of some of the priority areas across the world.
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Continue reading Studying in the US: A basic guide, Part 4. Finances

Studying in the US: A basic guide, Part 4. Finances

Funding your studies is the most important topic of discussion whenever people are considering to further their education. Many universities in the US cost over $20,000 per year with the top universities costing over $50,000 per year. If this is not already costly for american students, it is even more costly for international students who are often required to pay more tuition that local students. The great thing however, is that there are many ways that a person can fund studies without going in pocket.
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