Category: International Scholarships

A Framework for Developing an Initial Teacher Education and Training Programme

This framework could be used by institutions as a catalyst for discussion, development and implementation of an initial teacher education and training programme. The following areas should make up the content of the framework. A. Programme (Values). Clearly, state the ideals of the programme that will underpin how objectives are […]

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Study at a University in Europe as an International Student

March 25th, 2021 by Al C When you plan to study abroad, considering a European university might be a great idea for your higher education. Some European universities are amongst the best public universities in the world. You will have a huge variety of subjects to choose from. Also, some […]

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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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6 Tips to Write a Successful Statement of Purpose

Statement of Purpose (SOP) or letter of motivation play an important role while you are applying admission for MA/MSc/PhD in a university. Sometimes SOP is also required while applying for a job or a scholarships. Here are six tips to write an successful statement of purpose to maximize chances to […]

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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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State of Tuition Free Universities in Europe for International Students

Though countries like Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark etc offered tuition free universities for international students in the past, the question is, “What is the current status of tuition free universities for international students?” “Are there still higher institutions out there offering free education for international students from developing countries?” Lets […]

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Seeka’s Solutions to Three of the Biggest Problems With Studying Abroad

Written by Charlie Ogden Studying abroad can be one of the most inspiring and enriching experiences in a person’s life. It opens students up to new experiences, new cultures and new connections, which can enable them to succeed and prosper in the future. However, organising an international education can come […]

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Tuition Free University in Europe for International Students Worldwide

Lots of international students have been seeking quality education for free in the best countries of the world. Some have thought that no tuition free university exists in the world today, hence have lost hope of pursuing quality free education abroad. If you are among those that want free education […]

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What are the 5 Best U.S. Universities for International Students?

5 Best U.S. Universities for International Students March 1st, 2021 by Al C Studying at a university in the U.S. is a great idea because it’s one of the countries that offer some of the best education in the world. Take a look at worldwide college rankings lists and you’ll […]

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Can DACA students get a loan to pay for college in the US?

February 26th, 2021 by Al C The DACA program was started in 2012 to allow undocumented children who came to the U.S. as immigrants a chance to stay and work in the country for two years. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is an immigration policy initiated by President […]

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Why Spanish-Language TV Will Be Around for a Long Time to Come

When Susana Rivera-Mills phoned relatives back in El Salvador from California, one of the frequent topics of conversation that straddled the bicultural divide was the telenovela airing on TV in both places. “It was a way of connecting, of shortening that distance,” says Rivera-Mills, a professor of Spanish linguistics at […]

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