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Study Abroad

Spain has become a popular study destination, hosting about 9% of all American students abroad. There are many reasons why Spain is an attractive choice: it has a vibrant culture, rich history, great food, beautiful beaches, and exciting cities. If you’re a student who is considering spending a semester or year in

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Education, News

As school budgets are cut across the country, fundraising to pay for certain expenses have become commonplace. With shortfalls and potential layoffs threatening the quality of the classroom and learning environment, teachers, parents and students are working together to raise money to fight off undesirable change. According to a recent survey of parents, 98

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Study Abroad

You don’t have necessarily travel out of the country to have an international experience for you and your family and learn more about the world and other cultures. Hosting an exchange student is a great way to bring another country and culture into your home, and there are many benefits

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Financial Aid, Tuition

Whether you’re just beginning your scholarship search – or you’re knee-deep in applying – you need to be aware that there are scams out there waiting to take advantage of students. Reduce your risk of falling into a trap by knowing what to look for. Fees You’ve found the perfect scholarship,

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Education, News

With September comes what is to some is the most wonderful time of year — when parents can give a sigh of relief as children, teens and young adults head back to school. The preparation can be hectic, but it can go much smoother if parents are prepared. To make it

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Education, News

Times are tough everywhere in the United States. School boards, unions and governments have been fighting for decades to ensure their budgets are balanced and to prevent more cuts. In the last few years, some schools think they have found a way to shield their schools from drastic cuts through

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Financial Aid, Tuition

With the cost of attending a college in the United States at an all-time high, it makes perfect sense to sit down and consider what your financial options are.  In fact, you are faced with the potential to access several different options: Scholarships, grants and loans. Any of them can help you

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Education, NewsFinancial Aid, Tuition

You’ve been accepted to a university, and now it’s time to plan for your undergraduate degree. Maybe you received a scholarship or you’ve been selected for a government or university grant. But when you tally up the costs, it’s still not enough. It’s time to consider taking out a loan

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Financial Aid, Tuition

If you do a quick online search, you’ll find there are literally thousands of scholarships available for college students. Some simply require students to fill out a form with a bit of personal information and the names of a few references, while others require essays from 500 to several thousand words.

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Study Abroad

With limited space available, one of the most challenging aspects of study abroad planning is figuring out what items to bring from home. For students who haven’t traveled out of the country before, especially on their own, it can be difficult to tell what they will need once they land

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