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Canada changes post-graduation work-permits for international students

As of February 15, 2024, Canada has implemented revisions to its post-graduation work permit program (PGWP). A noteworthy change is that students completing a master’s degree program, even if under two years, can now qualify for a 3-year PGWP, provided...
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List of All Universities Accepting 15 Years of Education in US (2024)

Alright, buckle up, because we're about to spill some US university names that will make your lives a little easier. Picture this: you, your dreams, and a master's degree in the US, all in a snappy 15-year package. Who said...
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What is Cornell University Known for: Quirky Secrets & Facts About Cornell University

Getting into any Ivy League is a big deal, but Cornell has a campus where your curiosity takes the lead — a community that celebrates diversity and thrives on out-of-the-box ideas. For this blog, we want you to buckle up...
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All Universities Without Application Fees in USA 2024

On average, international students pay up to $100 for each university application, with top-notch MBA programs such as Harvard, Kellogg, and Yale charging fees as high as $250. We can’t be the only ones who feel this is expensive, right?...
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Top 10 Countries to Study Abroad in 2024

Did you know that in 2023, a staggering 100,000 international students spread their wings and flew to the United States for higher education? The allure of American universities is undeniable, but the USA isn't the only nation making waves in...
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Top Universities to Study MS Courses in the USA 2024

According to the Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings 2024, out of the top-ranking global universities, 127 of them are situated in the USA, followed by 77 from the UK.  UNESCO categorises the USA among the countries with a well-developed...
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Your Guide to Crack the Digital SAT Exam

If you plan to apply to universities in the United States, chances are you've heard of the SAT exam. This standardised test is a requirement for admission into many colleges and universities in the US, and a high score can...
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