Poland is a fascinating, culturally rich and, above all, modern country that boasts an extraordinary history, tradition and heritage – but also education standards equal to any in Europe. Located at the geographical and cultural frontier of Eastern and Western Europe, Poland is the largest of the former East European states and with 38.6 million inhabitants, is the sixth most populous member of the European Union (with Germany its biggest trading partner). It is probably best known for its medieval architecture, World War II history, Jewish heritage, massive Diaspora – and hearty cuisine. But it is quickly acquiring a reputation as a highly attractive international student destination. The dramatically lower cost of living here compared to other EU states is among its key draws. […]
Take at look at these 10 great reasons to study abroad and find out what you could gain from an international education.
1. Improve your CV
Having international study experience makes you stand out from the crowd and increases your global job prospects. […]
After you finish your studies, you may be able to stay and work in New Zealand for up to four years – and possibly even gain residence.
New Zealand’s immigration policies include a post-study work pathway to work for international students who have gained an acceptable New Zealand qualification. […]
5 Reasons to study in Poland
Poland’s tradition of academic education goes back to 1364 when King Casimir the Great established the Cracow Academy, known today as the Jagiellonian University. The Cracow Academy, being one of the oldest in the world, took after academies in Bologna and Padua, and was the second university in Central Europe after Prague. […]
Spend 20 minutes on Task 1 (150 words) and 40 minutes on Task 2 (250 words). Task 2 is longer than Task 1 and is worth twice as many marks. […]
Canada is very famous among students from India and other subcontinent countries, who aim for studying abroad. In particular, SPP programs are very popular, but many student face challenges for finding information about SPP programs and colleges that offer SPP programme. students are also curious to know career and immigration impact of studying under SPP programs.
We have created this FAQ that will be very handy for students planning for studying in Canada. […]
The universities from Canada are preferred by more than 130,000 international students yearly. Offering a high-quality teaching system, Canada is also rich in possibilities and cultures. Research, scientific publications and international collaborations are three of the aspects that Canada and its universities focus on. […]
Here are some tips to choose your location while studying abroad, these tips might be useful to them who are preparing for study abroad.
Research: Take some time to really learn about each city you’re considering! Websites like Lonely Planet, Frommer’s and TripAdvisor have tons of useful tourist information you can gather to help research potential locations. You may be an art buff and realize that the Prado Museum is why you want to go to Madrid. Finding out about the numerous spring festivities like Semana Santa and Feria de Abril may be the reason you pick Seville. Another great resource is our own CEA Blog where our students share their experiences, providing insight into each city. […]
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Being an international student in New Zealand is a fantastic experience, but it can bring some challenges. Your life here will probably be very different from your life at home and you may miss your family and friends – at least during the first few weeks.
Your education provider is responsible for making sure you are properly cared for while you are here, but these top five tips will also help to make your time in New Zealand as enjoyable as possible. […]