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Is the US Education Actually the Best?

November 30th, 2016
From the very first time the kid enters a kindergarten to the high school graduation prom, the US government tends to invest up to $139 000 into the US education Read More →

Is Student Activism Making a Comeback?

June 29th, 2016
All campus protests were quite isolated when they first occurred. Some students were not satisfied with the administration. They were severe enough to fight against bad decisions. Recently, the term “student activism” Read More →

5 Reasons to Choose London for Education

July 23rd, 2015
British capital is known for its cosmopolitan and pulsating way of life, as well as its cultural diversity. There’s no surprise in the fact that London hooks a lot of Read More →

Key Signs You Are Homesick

May 22nd, 2015
Homesickness isn’t usually considered to be a serious problem – it is not a real sickness after all, but more of an emotional state some people, especially children, experience when they leave their habitual environment. However, how it affects different Read More →

5 Most Popular US Grants for International Students

November 21st, 2014
Every year more than 500 000 international students come to the United States of America to study here. Due to the complex Read More →