Category: Financial Aid

Brain Drain – Can Kenya Reverse It?

Many experts on economic development and education have lamented on the impact of brain drain on the country’s economic prospects. Many cite brain drain as one of the reasons for the country’s slow economic progress. In the last two decades or so a huge number of Kenyan professionals and students […]

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How to Suggest a College that is Right for Your Teenager

Everyone, admissions counselors, experts and parents are always hot to trot with advice on how to choose a college. Most of it is good advice, but we adults tend to steer teenagers away from our own mistakes. At seventeen or eighteen (or sixteen now as college interventions are trending younger) […]

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Sonography School Options: 4 Accredited Ultrasound Technician Schools in Modesto, CA and Nearby

Modesto is a city in California that has successfully blended urban living with small town charm. Located in the San Joaquin Valley, residents enjoy activities like rafting on the Stanislaus River and horseback riding at one of the many ranches. The food options cover the spectrum from meals at four-star […]

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Top Ten College Admissions Myths – Exposed

There are several college admissions myths which should be exposed before you apply. These myths often scare certain students from applying to the best schools. Never limit yourself from applying to top colleges because you believe these things: (10) Applicants are pre-screened. Whether using the common application or a school-specific […]

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How To Choose a Good Education Consultant To Study Abroad?

Most of students who are keen to go abroad are often worried about choosing the right Overseas Education Consultants for themselves. Overseas education consultant plays a significant role starting from: Deciding about the Country, University or College They assist students in making Educational decisions i.e. by discussing the entire pro […]

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Capital and Ideology by Thomas Picketty

Thomas Piketty’s Capital and Ideology is a monumental achievement. Its scope is vast, its size is daunting, its scholarship and vision both quite breath-taking on every one of its 1000-plus pages. Ostensibly, it claims to be an analysis of the origins, politics and economics of inequality, but it goes considerably […]

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The Advantages and Disadvantages of Independent Schools

An independent or ‘private’ school is a primary or secondary school that has independent finances and governance and one that is funded by tuition charges and gifts. It is governed by a board of directors. Independent schools may have religious affiliation and some schools may offer boarding facilities. Special assistance […]

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When College Students Resort to Vices – A Coping Mechanism or The Road to Perdition?

College life is always filled with adventure, yet at the same time it is full of pressure. Students, therefore, tend to seek ways in order to feel at ease, thus they take the time off to socialize with their peers. They also resort to certain activities that would easily relieve […]

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