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Overseas Study Everyone would like to have an opportunity to study abroad if given a chance and a choice. However there are various reasons to make this choice for it could be both beneficial and complicated. For instance, in some cases the only reason one studies abroad is to settle down in the destined country after the completion of the course.  Then there are some instances where a wrong course or overseas study destination is chosen, simply because ones’ IELTS language score is not good or one is just desperate enough to study abroad; irrespective of what...

New Locations for Andhra, Gujarat and Punjab Students – Education Insights

Australia has been identified as the new preferred destination for PTE in a recent study conducted by Pearson for PTE Academic test takers in India planning to study abroad the computer-based test of English proficiency for immigration and study abroad.  The study reveals that applicants from Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat and Punjab show the strongest desire to study at an Australian university . In fact, 93 percent of the students apply for post-graduate courses while only 3.5 percent opt to pursue graduate courses. Financial sector Business Management, ...

Checklists for International Students studying in the UK

Many students have had different experiences while looking for a job in the UK. International students in the UK make up for almost one-fifth of the students in the UK.  Factors such as visa restrictions of four months can prove to be hard for an international student to compete with the home students, however especially with the new alterations coming into implementation, it is not impossible. To ensure your job hunting experience remains positive, here are some tips for international students in the UK applying for jobs. Preparation Strategy It is important to prepare...

Thousands Convene in San Diego to Celebrate 25 Years of Charter Public Schools

This week, March 26-28, 2018, thousands of charter public school teachers, leaders, and supporters are meeting at the San Diego Convention Center to attend the 25th Annual California Charter Schools Conference. The California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) is proud to host this event in celebration of 25 years of charter public schools "Making a Difference" in the lives of students and families within California's public education system.   "Charter public schools play a critical role in strengthening California's public education system, as shown by our ever...

Ashford University Launches New Continuing Education Courses in Partnership with Teaching Channel

Ashford University has partnered with Teaching Channel, a leading online resource for K-12 educators, to offer four new continuing education courses for K-12 educators. The graduate-level online courses are designed to allow teachers to secure continuing education requirements for license renewal and salary advancement, subject to state-specific requirements. The courses are currently accepting students. Each self-paced course is worth three semester credits and designed to be completed in six weeks. The courses cover critical topics including differentiated instruction, social and...

Top funding options to study abroad

An overall excitement to study abroad sweeps together a bunch of exhilarating moments for the international students. Once you enroll in international studies, you can be sure that an entirely new lifestyle is waiting to embrace you onboard.   The idea to international funding can be derived from various aspects accounting for a comprehensive foreign study experience such as a summer or a semester exploring an exciting international city, spend a whole year in a new country, or even earn your degree at an international university, living and study abroad might be an experience...

Spencer Foundation grants awarded to UIC researchers - University of Illinois

Danny Martin, recipient of a $130,000 Spencer Foundation grant. Two University of Illinois at Chicago researchers are recipients of Spencer Foundation grants designed to advance education-related research. A Midcareer Grant award to Danny Martin will expand his investigation of math learning among African-American students, and a Small Research Grants program award to Federico Waitoller will advance his research on how parents of students with disabilities perceive school choice in urban settings. Theoretical and Methodological Considerations in Studying the...

Sixth annual Latin IS America Series to begin at Michigan State University

Spearheaded by the Michigan State University College of Music, the sixth annual Latin IS America Series of music will feature national and internationally renowned guests in performances, workshops, scholarly discussions and film. Events will take place on MSU’s campus from March 25 through April 23. Series highlights include an evening of world music performed by Projeto Arcomusical on the berimbau, an Afro-Brazilian bow. An innovative workshop highlights Venezuelan fusion as performed by the Jorge Glem Trio, while the MSU Capoeira ensemble will explore...

Targeting Chinese students will undermine US Competitiveness

As part of its relentless pursuit of preventing China from stealing American Intellectual Property, the US is aiming at bringing about a slew of restrictions on the number of Chinese students enrolled US colleges and universities . Quoting Bloomberg View, a LiveMint report said the President of US, Donald Trump's administration is considering lot of restrictions on the number of Chinese students, rather than doing good, targeting overseas students will undermine the competitiveness of America and not one bit enhance it. Chinese Students In the US, out of the one odd...

Importance of adding studied abroad in your CV

Students pursue courses at international universities for various reasons, nevertheless, one thing they all have in common is the aspiration for a good job they enjoy at the end of it all, writes Isabelle Bilton in studyinternational.com. Studying in overseas universities will reward you in a gamut of ways from lifelong friendships to exceptional knowledge, a strong sense of self to an understanding of other cultures. One thing often overlooked when considering the benefits of studying abroad is how great it looks to employers, notes the author and takes the readers through five ways in which...

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