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Leire424 views

What are some top colleges I should consider applying to as someone interested in journalism, communications, and media?

I am currently a junior in high school, and am at the point where I am making a college list to prepare for applications. I am open to studying in the U.S. as well as internationally, such as in the U.K. I would really appreciate some pointers or specific schools I should look into to receive a strong college experience within journalism. Thank you!

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Does going to different high schools alter your life and choices?

From what I heard UK is much more acedemic heavy than the USA, which prefers extracurriculars. Is that really relevant or helpful for what the Universities are looking.

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People from India that travelled to UK for their post graduation/masters - what advice would you give to those that are now planning on doing the same?

Any/all advice in any/all field(s) is welcome and greatly appreciated! If you could go back in time and give advice to your past self on what to expect, what to prepare for, how best to prepare yourself, do's and don'ts - and anything else you would like your past self to know - what would you tell them?

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Do I need Ielts test for visa student to Uk? if yes ,what should my score be?

college student. # student #college #collegestudent #UK #studentvisa #college-admissions #college-student #college-advice #college-student #college-admissions #student

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Is it true studying in Europe is better?

I have heard it's cheaper but I know you usually go to college where you can pursue a career. Are there many career opportunities in Europe? If so, what type of career is most needed? Do you end up living there? #europe #careeroppurtunities #studyingabroad #livingabbroad #careers #germany #france #italy #switzerland #UK #greece #sweden

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Courses to consider after undergraduate degree

I have a degree in Business Information Systems BSc, have a certificate in ILM Team Leading but would like to update my CV by completing some courses. #nhs #courses #shortcourses #london #uk #businessadministration

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How to figure out my career patheay?

I am a university student studying in Hong Kong. My major is urban studies, which is about issues in urban design. However, I have poor performance in academics and low GPA. For my working experience, I have worked as part time assistant in heritage organisation, property management intern , which is not quite relavant to my major. Also, the longest that I have worked is an assistant in a social center. I am not lack of experience, but I am not so specific and I find it quite messy. How can I do to figure out my career pathway, as now I am a final year student ? #career #careerpathway #confused #urbanstudies #architecture #socialscience #lowGPA #unemployed #pathway #interview #cv #cvwriting #tips #company #rtpi #uk

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Which degree is better?

Hello, I live in the EU and want to know what is the difference between a standard 5-year european (greek) university degree and a BSc Hons (Bachelor of Science Honours) of an UK university of 1-2 years duration? Which is more powerful and more wanted? Thank you very much! #university #eu #college #degree #uk

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I'm an international student planning to apply to a UK University. Is the expensive tuition fees worth the job prospects?

UK is one of the best study destinations with world class education. However, there is such a high price to pay for both the tuition fees and living cost. Is it a wise decision on my part, now that the UK government allow only a few months to look for jobs? I've seen a lot of people on other sites advising international students not to study abroad in UK. #careerprospects #UK #internationalstudent #college-advice

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Could you please send me the list or URL containing the list (or smilar way) of the PhD programs which accept students without MASTER degree and/or standardized test (such as GRE/GMAT results) in field of economics?

#phd I am graduated this year and want to apply for PhD #usa #uk #economics #japan

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