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What are the Study Abroad Opportunities for Students With Disabilities?
October 16, 2013
As a lifelong Francophile, 19-year-old Margaret Dutton has always fantasized about wandering the same cobblestone Montmarte streets as Claude Monet and Salvador Dali, browsing the antique bookstores and chic boutiques along the Seine, and getting lost for hours in the majesty of the Louvre. This fan...

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Three Top Reasons Why You Should Study in the UK
October 11, 2013
If holding four out of the top six spots on the list of the world’s best universities isn’t enough to catch your attention, there are plenty of other reasons to consider studying abroad in the UK. From the country's rich history and diverse culture to its current status as a global cente...

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Top 10 Must Have Apps For Students
October 8, 2013
Gone are the days of lugging your laptop across campus, finding an outlet, and scrambling to take notes while missing critical lecture information. Today’s clever apps are designed to make academic life easier than ever from the second you wake up in the morning. Read on to discover our list o...

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Three Top Reasons Why You Should Study in Germany
October 2, 2013
Land of bratwurst and beer, quaint villages and medieval castles, and automotive innovation, Germany is a mighty European country with countless unique activities and thrilling adventures. Holding an increasingly prominent place on the list of Germany’s many offerings are its extensive study a...

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Why Are Russian Universities Climbing to the Top?
September 20, 2013
Moscow State University climbed back into the top 100 of Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings, right up there with the Oxfords, Harvards, and Princetons. As the nation that prides itself on being the most educated, the Russian government has committed nine billion rubles to address the d...

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Why is Estonia Leading the Technological Academic Revolution?
September 17, 2013
When you think of world dominance, Estonia may not come immediately to mind. It may some day, and sooner than you think. When it comes to pushing the boundaries of computer programming and harnessing the immense power of the internet, Estonian global supremacy is not so far off. Already, the country...

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The Education Battle: Online or Traditional University?
September 10, 2013
Today's learners who want to pursue higher education have options available in the form of both traditional and online universities. Some students prefer the experience of attending classes or living on campus and interacting with other students and instructors. For others, traditional schooling doe...

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Obama's New College Ranking System
September 6, 2013
For many would-be students, a college education no longer seems like the guarantee of stable employment it was a generation ago. With 44% of recent college graduates unemployed or working a job that does not require a college degree, according to the New York Times, Americans have begun to think ca...

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Why Bill Gates Was Wrong About the PC but Right About Online Education
August 28, 2013
One of the most infamous and debated quotes by Bill Gates in the early days of the personal computer industry is supposedly the one uttered about the IBM PC:“640K ought to be enough for anyone.”Whether this happened or not is still of debate. However, compared to his 1981 blunder at a c...

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May 14, 2018

If you're getting ready to study abroad, there's one thing you don't want to forget. No, it's not your toothbrush. It's your smartphone. Let's take a ...


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May 3, 2018

Columnist and critic Christopher Hitchens once said, “I became a journalist because I did not want to rely on newspapers for information.” Indeed,...