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    How to choose which field of engineering to study

    Engineering is one of the most popular fields of study for international students in the USA today. But with such a broad discipline, how do you know which type of engineering degree to choose? Today's article features two undergraduate programmes with a unique focus that will help you stand out in the job market with a well-rounded skill set and evidence of hands-on experience.
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    12 FAQs To Ask Every University You’re Applying To

    From academic credentials to degree choices to daily student life, there’s plenty to think about when considering a degree abroad. Chances are, you’ll have your own personal list of questions to ask each of the institutions you’re researching so that you can compare their answers. To help make this research process easier for you, we’ve put together a list of the most popular questions that prospective international students ask the Admissions Team at CSUN: California State University Northridge.
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    Warning: This is not your average high school!

    If you’re searching for an internationally diverse high school with an outstanding academic program, a government-funded American military school might not be the first one that comes to mind. Today, we’re about to change all that.
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    Making life easy as an international student in a Florida College

    As you’re researching colleges in America, your search will probably lead you to a few located in sunny Florida. After all, the state is home to over 46,000 international students, which makes it the seventh most popular state for foreign students. Within Florida, you’ll find a wide range of institutions such as state-run universities, community colleges, religiously affiliated institutions, technical colleges, and private institutions. Look a little closer and you’ll discover Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ). FSCJ ranks 11th in the U.S.A. out of nearly 4,550 public, four-year colleges and universities granting associate degrees, according to Community College Week.