Category: Canada Scholarships

Study in Canada – A Unique Experience

There is no doubt that to study abroad, gives you an excellent opportunity to learn various vital things which are very helpful in your career building. Today, Canada has also earned a good name in providing quality education and safe healthy environment to its students. That is why more than […]

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Countee Cullen – An Authoritative, Prolific and Strident Poetic Voice From the Harlem Renaissance

Countee Cullen an American Romantic poet following the model of the English Romantic poet, John Keats, was one of the leading African American poets of his time, associated with the generation of black poets of the Harlem Renaissance amongst whose ranks was Claude Mckay, Langston Hughes, James Weldon Johnson, Nella […]

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American History – The Colonial Period

The following article lists some simple, informative tips that will help you have a better experience with The Colonial Period. The Colonial Period NEW PEOPLES Most settlers who came to America in the 17th century were English, but there were also Dutch, Swedes and Germans in the middle region, a […]

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Higher Technical Education: Distinctiveness of Humanities, Indian English, and ESP

I am grateful to the organizing committee for thinking about me and inviting me to deliver a guest lecture on distinctiveness of Humanities and social sciences in higher technical education. I feel rather uneasy and highly septic, as I stand here with no pretensions of a high-brow professor or specialist […]

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Erasmus Samuel Amukun: Uganda Sprinter and Geologist

Erasmus Samuel A.O. Amukun was born on November 27th 1940 in Ngora in Kumi in Eastern Uganda. He is best known for his exploits as a collegiate and international sprinter and as a professional geologist. He represented Uganda at the British Empire Commonwealth Games, at the Olympic Games, and at […]

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Cover Letter Sample — For the Corporate Flight Attendant

Writing a cover letter to send with your résumé can be both confusing and frustrating. What exactly should you say? Are you saying too much? Are you only speaking about your needs vs. the company’s needs? Oh, what to do! In this “short” piece, I will list some ideas on […]

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Study Abroad 2020 by Numbers

Study Abroad 2020 by Numbers December 21st, 2020 by Al C The IIE have released their latest data covering international students in the USA and American students studying abroad – here are the highlights we discovered: International Students in the US: Over 1 million international students studied in the US […]

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Nobel Prize-Winning Peruvian Author Mario Vargas Llosa – Full Biography!

Peruvian-born Mario Vargas Llosa won the 2010 Nobel Literature Prize 1936: Jorge Mario Pedro Vargas Llosa was born on March 28, 1936 in Arequipa (Arequipa, Peru), the son of Ernesto Vargas Maldonado and the former Dora Llosa Ureta. They were divorced before Mario was born. Subsequently, despite Dora Llosa’s opposition, […]

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Education loans for international students in Canada 2021

December 15th, 2020 by Al C According to The Canadian Bureau for International Education, 642,480 international students studied in Canada in 2019. This represents a 185% increase in international students in Canada since 2010. Canada is the 4th most popular destination for international students, behind the USA, the UK, and […]

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Studying Abroad – Top Reasons and Benefits That Can Change One’s Life

An abroad country is referred to as by many as one of the best place one can look to migrate to, to live in, travel or study. It is a very strong and viable choice for anyone looking to travel to for any purpose because of its hospitality, the services […]

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Study Abroad Without Paying A Dime

To study abroad free has been a long time dream and desire of thousands of Nigerian Students and youth. They are all over the internet, searching for free institutions abroad; they are passionate about getting a free education program that will enable them for free study. Though, there are many […]

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