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Primer to Studying Abroad – Uwezo Learning

Living in a foreign nation is not the same as going there for a vacation. Compared to visiting a city or a country, you’ll get to experience your study abroad destination from a different perspective. You’ll get to immerse yourself with a...

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Understanding College Admissions Amids Covid-19

With colleges closed, exams postponed and admissions either delayed or called-off, COVID-19 has disrupted the education system, presenting several hurdles for international students around the world. As the pandemic wreaks havoc everywhere, international students and parents are weighing options on overseas university...

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Why Studying Abroad Will Never Lose Its Sheen

Deciding to leave your home country for studying abroad is a very big step, one that should not be taken lightly. Unfortunately, we come across far too many that do not clearly understand the benefits of international education. However, ask anyone who...

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curriculum for study abroad

Best Curriculum for Study Abroad

Many parents and students are confused about what curriculum to choose in high school, keeping in mind their Study Abroad plans for college. Of course, since most – not all – IBDP pupils do travel to another country to pursue education after...

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best country to study abroad

Best Country for Study Abroad

What is the best country for Study Abroad? It’s a genuine and essential question to ask prior to taking the other steps toward college admissions. The answer is not as simple: it depends. There are many factors to take into account before...

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Should a student study IB or IGCSE

Again, this is a common dilemma among students and parents of International Schools in India. This is because lot of school are moving from one curriculum to other. As a result parents are in quandary, either to move their child to the...

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SAT-vs-ACT

SAT vs ACT

Many students have this dilemma: whether to go for SAT or ACT? To get clarity on this issue, you need to understand your strengths and weaknesses. To begin with, let’s talk about SAT. The reading section of SAT has 52 questions from five...

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