Thursday, April 17, 2014
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) educates intellectually and culturally enriched individuals to be successful in their careers and contribute to their communities. It provides a supportive and close-knit learning community, delivering engaging instruction in a flexible variety of formats. Students develop the knowledge to understand a complex world, the skills to act effectively within that world and the wisdom to make good choices. They do so within a community of teachers, staff and peers that is encouraged to add its scholarly, creative and pedagogical contributions to the larger social good.
Monday, April 14, 2014
By Mirae Baik
Have you dreamed about studying abroad in the U.S. but not sure how you would afford it? Good news, you are not alone! Searching for funding to study abroad can be overwhelming but we have some tips to help guide you. Check out our infographic below to be informed about what your options are and some scholarships available for students from India!
Sunday, April 13, 2014
Thursday, April 10, 2014
Most bachelor degree programs in the U.S. are four-year programs. Therefore, many U.S. universities may feel hesitant about accepting a bachelor’s degree with only three years of study. Traditionally, a three-year bachelor’s degree from India has been viewed in the U.S. as comparable to the completion of three years of undergraduate study, and therefore students have generally not been eligible for admission to U.S. graduate schools unless extra credits are taken. This may be frustrating for students and we’ll explain how you can go about properly evaluating your hard earned degree below.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Spring is here and admissions decision letters have been sent out! Our checklist this month focuses on making a college decision for those enrolling this fall and for those focusing on enrollment in 2015.
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Foreign credential evaluation is a process that analyzes your academic credentials received outside of the U.S. in terms of the U.S. education system. In the end, you will receive a credential evaluation report that includes information about the original credential as well its U.S. equivalency. The report allows your education to be understood by anyone who is familiar with the U.S. educational system.
Thursday, April 3, 2014
Canada has long been known as a study destination and is a multinational country that welcomes people, culture, and food from every part of the globe. There are over 200 ethnic groups that live in Canada making it one of the world’s largest cultural mosaics. Known as one of the best countries in the world in which to live, Canada has a rich history in welcoming new arrivals. In fact, in their annual Human Development Index, the United Nations consistently ranks Canada’s quality of living standard as one of the highest in the world.
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
1. Deciding on where to study abroad is a big decision for many international students. How does studying in the U.S. differ when compared to studying elsewhere?
There are a couple of factors that each student should consider while making a decision like this. A few of them are:
A. Consider your learning style
B. Consider your academic and career interests
C. Consider your outcomes
Saturday, March 29, 2014
In India, students memorize concepts and exam questions expect a standard answer. In the U.K. one was required to conduct an intense amount of independent research that helps you to understand concepts and their context. However, the U.S. offers students a collaborative environment to learn and study. The courses have an interactive methodology in teaching you tough concepts. Personally, the U.S. has allowed me to leverage and build other skills in an interactive learning environment.
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Admit Data: Make Informed Admissions Decisions
By Naimeesha Murthy
If you are thinking about applying to business schools in the U.S., then you should be aware that the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is not the only exam you can take. Over the last few years, more than 1,100 business schools, including Harvard, Stanford, MIT, and Yale have agreed to accept either the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or the GMAT. Several schools have specified that they have unbiased admissions toward any one test. We’ve explored the differences between the two tests for you here and hope that the information helps you determine which test may be right for you.
Saturday, March 22, 2014
When speaking with international students who have recently applied to a Canadian university, the words that most often come out of their mouths are, “I can’t believe how straightforward and easy the process was” or “That’s it?!”. And it’s all true. Applying to Canadian universities is extremely straightforward and the entire application process will take you under an hour to complete. Maybe the hardest part is coming up with a username and password!
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Are you waiting to get your admissions decisions letter from your dream school? If you are, this can be a trying and anxious time for you. While you’re waiting, we have provided you with some activities to keep your mind off the delivery man. Additionally, we have listed the approximate date of when the top 25 American universities are planning to send out their admissions letters.
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Monday, March 17, 2014
WES Student Advisor: Canada is a long way from home in Morocco. Can you share with us why you decided to study abroad in Canada?
In my last year of high school I had to choose a destination for my post-secondary studies. Growing up in Morocco, where French is the second official language, and studying in a French school, I decided to pursue my studies at least for the first few years in French. So I decided to list all the French speaking countries that were interesting to me, and Canada being a bilingual country was immediately one of my first choices. I was too familiar with the French system and wanted to experience something new. Studying in Canada was also the opportunity for me to improve my fluency in English as I further my studies.