What is the differences between College and University in USA ?

When it comes to academic institutions, the terminology is country-specific (Canada, England, Australia, etc.). In the USA, the differences between College and University are mainly due to the size of the institutions and the length of the studies. Indeed, the College is often a little smaller than the University, as much by its size as by the scope of the subjects taught. Differences in Subjects and Diplomas The College will also offer a whole range of subjects (“Degrees”) in one

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How to study in the USA after the baccalaureate?

Entering the world of higher education is a key moment in your life, and why not spend it in one of the most attractive countries for students? Many students wish to study in the United States after the baccalaureate, whether it is a thought out project or a simple idea to explore, the success of American formations does not diminish. But when are the steps to be taken? What are the key dates to be respected to hope to leave

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Studying Finance in Canada: The Complete Guide

The excellent reputation of Canada and its university system attracts many French students every year, especially in fields of specialization where international openness and English are essential to progress in your career. Studying Finance in Canada is an opportunity to venture across the Atlantic and benefit from a North American education very different from what we know in France, while having of a passport to companies around the world thanks to your Anglo-Saxon diploma. Where to study finance in Canada?

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Studying in the United States: registration, scholarships, housing…

The United States is the first country to welcome foreign students. There are 4,000 universities, some of them very prestigious (Harvard, Stanford, etc.), and more than 8,000 French students study here every year. If the desire to go there has also crossed your mind, here are the steps to take before trying the experience. Can we go after the baccalaureate? If you are already a student, how are university exchanges? When should you start and how should you prepare your

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