Tag: US Universities

12
Aug

International Students and U.S. vaccination: A Tale of Confusion

The world is consistently gearing up for the third wave of Delta variant that is reportedly more harmful than the second wave. The students are also prepping to leave their homes in the next 15 days to begin traveling to their respective universities. However, even before leaving, the confusion and vagueness have remained intact regarding vaccine and COVID guidelines, especially

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20
May

The Rush for vaccination amidst the perplexed dreams for Studying Abroad

  The world has been fearful of a disease that continues to desolate humanity for over a year now. As a result, there has been a consistent endeavor to bring a scientific solution to this deadly disease. The efforts have been brought out to us in the form of the vaccination drive. As soon as the countries worldwide suffered from

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28
Apr

What are the top courses international students must prefer while applying to US universities?

After making an apt decision to pursue higher education in the US, the next step is deciding which courses are flagships in the US—choosing the best study programs could help yield a good career opportunity for an aspirant. Thorough research about the scope of distinct study programs in the US and knowing which courses are best taught in the universities

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2
Apr

The on & off campus Study Guidelines Part I: What to know about US university’s COVID updates for International Students?

  It has been challenging and troublesome to understand whether going abroad for higher studies would be a wise choice considering the pandemic’s stressful situation in the outer world. All the study abroad aspirants aiming to enter into any reputed college which offers their selection of subject or course have had a recent stumbling block on their road to fulfilling

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22
Feb

Common misconceptions that Indian students have about USA and Americans

One’s perception about a country and its people is to a large extent determined by its popular culture. After the Second World War in 1942, United States emerged as a global economic and military power and continues to shape and dominate world affairs even today. And even after 75 years since the end of Second World War, its technological and

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12
Feb

How Universities & Colleges in the US are trying to keep students fit?

With the cost of healthcare and insurance rising every year, academic institutions are now encouraging students to adopt a healthy lifestyle. Many college and universities are undertaking schemes and programs that include making provision for nutritious meals as well as infrastructure needed for physical activity. They also carry out regular campaigns against unhealthy habits such as smoking and alcoholism. In

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