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Soar at Seattle University

Founded in 1891, Seattle University is located on 20 hectares in the center of the vibrant Capitol Hill neighborhood near downtown. More than 7,500 students are enrolled in both undergraduate and graduate programs within nine schools and colleges. Awards and high rankings for academic rigor, sustainability, and social justice are among Seattle University’s touchstones of excellence – including the Presidential Award for service from the White House - a recognition received by only five universities. อ่านเพิ่มเติม

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From Student Blogger, Wendy: Can I Stay in the U.S. After Graduation?

Graduating is a weird experience. At first I was excited about it, then I was scared, then I was excited again, but now... it doesn’t seem real yet. After four years of waking up around my class schedule and going to bed at unspeakable times to finish my assignments, having absolutely no structure to follow is both freeing and nerve-wracking. Necessary, though. อ่านเพิ่มเติม

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From Student Blogger, Nelofar: My Civic Duties

My goal for the future is to be a better civilian, to be a better participant of the democracy that I live in, doesn’t matter if it is in my home country or anywhere else in the world. And maybe one day everyone will try to do just that and that might be just enough to lead the world into inevitable peace. Here’s to world peace! See you in the next one. อ่านเพิ่มเติม

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Applying to 10 schools sounds like a lot of work … or does it? Try StudyUSA+!

Are you ready? Start your application now with StudyUSA+. The prospect of filling out an application for each and every school you want to apply to is daunting. Why not fill out one for all of them? You can with StudyUSA+. One application, one platform to manage the admission process, and support along the way. U.S. programs are waiting for your application. อ่านเพิ่มเติม

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Study Technology at Wentworth

Founded in 1904, Wentworth Institute of Technology is a private, co-educational university located in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts. Boston is one of America's most beautiful and historical cities and it is the original center of higher education in the United States. The public transportation system, known locally as the T, is at our front door, and major attractions ranging from Fenway Park (home of the Boston Red Sox baseball team) to the Museum of Fine Arts to the trendy shops of Newbury Street are only a short walk away. Wentworth enrolls over 4,500 students and offers on-campus housing on its 31-acre (15-hectare), fully equipped campus. International students comprise 8% of Wentworth's total enrollment representing 58 countries. อ่านเพิ่มเติม

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2019 Scholarship Announcement

Affordable Tuition and Opportunity for Scholarships and Assistantships Listed as one of the nation’s “Best Value” public colleges and universities by The Princeton Review, Georgia College offers affordable tuition and an opportunity for financial support. Many of our undergraduate international students have partial scholarships, and a number of our graduate international students are awarded graduate assistantships. อ่านเพิ่มเติม

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Transworld Schools: Studying English in the United States on a Budget

Transworld Schools, in downtown San Francisco, offers you courses in Intensive English, Business English, and Academic and Test Preparation (TOEFL and IELTS) at 15 levels (CEFR levels A1 to C2). Many of our students successfully transfer to colleges and universities throughout the USA. Transworld’s Intensive English program gives you a comprehensive approach to language learning. อ่านเพิ่มเติม

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Start Your StudyUSA+ Application Now!

StudyUSA+ is ready to take you through the entire application, admission and enrollment process with one application form and you can do it in one place. Apply to multiple programs with one master application Stay organized and on task with everything in one place Communicate directly with your prospective schools Online admissions support Upload your vital documents safely and securely Student visa guidance and support Get accepted! อ่านเพิ่มเติม

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Introducing StudyUSA+. Applying to U.S. schools just got a whole lot easier!

With StudyUSA+ you can apply to various reputable U.S. universities and programs with one master application, communicate directly with your schools, complete the entire admission and enrollment process, and receive admission, visa and enrollment support for every step of the way. No agent needed. Your dream school is waiting! Start your application now! อ่านเพิ่มเติม

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From Student Blogger, Ravi: So, Wait! You Speak French!?

Since I’ve come to the U.S., whenever I introduce myself to someone after some chit-chat, the typical #1 question always comes up: “So, where are you from, Ravi?” and I just tell them that I am from France. I wish everyone reading this could see the reaction when I tell them I am from France. It’s priceless! I call that reaction “The choker.” อ่านเพิ่มเติม

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Meet Student Blogger, Nelofar!

Nelofar Sultan from Pakistan is a senior studying English for New Media at Dakota State University in Madison, South Dakota. I came to the United States in 2012 to get an education. I did my high school in Minnesota and came for college in South Dakota. I am currently a senior at Dakota State University in Madison, a small town of over 7,000 people,literally! The bachelor’s degree I am pursuing in is called English for New Media, a program that is a combination of a regular English degree with an additional web focus, such as publishing and designing for traditional and new media. อ่านเพิ่มเติม

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Advance at the University of Arkansas

Founded in 1871, the University of Arkansas is ranked one of the nation’s best public universities and best values. Home to more than 27,000 students, Arkansas students represent more than 120 countries. With small class sizes, a university-wide focus on research and dedicated professors, the University of Arkansas could be the right fit for your undergraduate experience.  อ่านเพิ่มเติม

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The Coolest STEM Summer Camp for Teens and Pre-teens (iD Tech: The #1 Summer Tech Education Program)

The industry leader in STEM education, iD Tech. STEM is one of the primary focus areas in education today. But, finding a good STEM camp for your teenager or pre-teen can be difficult. Most of these camps don't offer much value in terms of helping your kids get a good understanding of STEM. And they aren't designed to foster an enthusiasm that could lead to a very lucrative career in the future. อ่านเพิ่มเติม

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South Seattle College - International Ambassadors video on Progressive Dinner in West Seattle

Every quarter the International Ambassadors at the Center for International Education participate in a dinner hosted by community members in the West Seattle neighborhood. This is an effort coordinated by volunteer community members. Students visit three houses for a total of one hour. The first house is appetizers, second is the main course, and third is the dessert. Students and hosts play games to get to know each other at each household. It is a great way for students to feel more connected to the communities they live and study in and a fun way for the Ambassadors to make connections with each other. อ่านเพิ่มเติม

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From Student Blogger, Ravi: *Ce n’est pas de la tarte!

Three years ago I went back to France after graduating from TMCC. The minute I booked my plane ticket all I could think about was Appachi’s (my grandmother’s) food. I could feel the taste of her food at the tip of my tongue as well as the aromas coming right through my nostrils. After an 11-hour flight, getting cramps because of my long legs and eating crappy food on the plane, I finally arrived home! Appachi gave a me huge hug and I felt her tears of joy running down on the back of the neck and she finished her hug with a kiss on my forehead. Her first words were “Hurry, go take a shower, I will prepare your plate!” So, I ran upstairs, took the quickest shower of my life, ran back downstairs, jumped on the countertop, held the plate in the palm of my left hand and dove into the food with my right hand! I had my first bite and I instantly started to cry because I missed her and the food so much! There are no other words to describe that day! อ่านเพิ่มเติม