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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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How do I study in the United States after a Bachelor’s degree?

Students often wait until they have completed their undergraduate degree before going abroad to study. While this reasoning seems to work well for many destinations, you may have to adapt your curriculum a little more if you want to study in the US after a Bachelor’s degree. Indeed, the American Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree do not have the same structure, and American students validate their undergraduate degree after 4 years of study! Going to the USA after obtaining your

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Working in Canada as an International Student

As many of you may know when you come to Canada to study you can actually work as well! This is very helpful. So we’re talking about jobs and companies that hire students that can help you make some money when paying lots for your education.If you‘re interested in making some money while studying in Canada then read all the article. First of all when you‘re studying in Canada, you can legally work for 20 hours when you have your

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How do I Study Medicine in Canada? Price Guide

Canadian medicine is well-off. Indeed, in the 2017 economist Business Unit’s 2017 report on global access to health care, Canada ranks among the top 6 countries for quality of care, ahead of Italy, Japan and the United States. The country is the first to treat noncommunicable diseases. To continue with some statistics, Canada had in 2019: From 91,375 physicians according to figures from the Canadian Institute for Health Information 241 doctors per 100,000 inhabitants, making it the third country in

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