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Australian Scholarships for International Students

Scholarships are offered by the Australian Government, education institutions and a number of other organisations. They cover various educational sectors, including vocational education and training, student exchanges, undergraduate and postgraduate study and research. Australian...

Global Wellness Summit’s “Shark Tank of Wellness” Seeks Innovative Wellness Concepts from Entrepreneurial-Minded Students

Miami, FL – March 8, 2018 – The Global Wellness Summit (GWS), the foremost gathering of international leaders in the $3.7 trillion global wellness economy, today announced that submissions for its 3rd annual “Shark Tank of...

University offers explained

Most universities will get hundreds of applications for each course, and they need time to make up their minds. It can be nerve-wracking waiting for them, but you can keep track of your applications...

10 Essential Things to Know When Considering a U.S. University

Deciding on whether to study abroad can be very tough - on the one hand you will be leaving your friends and family behind for a few years, but on the other you will...

Another epidemic caused by COVID-19: cheating by university students

The number of allegations of collusion, plagiarism and ‘contract cheating’ (i.e., having someone else write an essay and pretending you are the author) has increased dramatically in the last few months as COVID forced...

Glasgow

Glasgow is home to a student population of around 41,000, which means the city centre is a hive of activity. For those who are new to the city, Glasgow is a wonderful place to...

Stories of art: Module three: 1500–1600

Wednesday 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 January & 7 February, 2–4pm Sainsbury Wing Theatre Richard Stemp Explore the art of the High Renaissance including paintings by Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael. £150/£125 conc./£100 Members Book tickets Stories of art The Gallery’s collection...

Study in Canada: Scholarship tips for students

Being informed about what is available to you and how to apply can make a big difference for your postsecondary studies. Scholarship truths While grades and extracurricular activities are the basis for many scholarships...

Why study civil engineering?

Our society would not work without civil engineering. Infrastructure supports our daily life – roads and harbours, railways and airports, hospitals, sports stadiums and schools, access to drinking water and shelter from the weather....

Applying to university? Here’s how you do it

UCAS stands for the University College and Admissions Service. It is the organisation that looks after people’s applications to higher education. So, they act as a kind of link between you, your school and...
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