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The Transfer Student Checklist

Approximately 1 in 3 students who attend a two- or four-year college or university will transfer at some point to another institution.[1] While the idea of transferring can stir fear or doubt, it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Here is a helpful checklist for a successful transfer experience, ensuring no step in the process is Read more…

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How to Plan for Your International Education in the US

The US is an extraordinary destination for international students from all across the world as it offers a wide range of schools and courses. Finding the right college, applying to it and obtaining admission as an international student can be a taxing procedure. The initial phase in guaranteeing an incredible experience studying abroad in the Read more…

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Canadian University Report: Globe and Mail

We came across something on the Globe and Mail’s website that we just had to share with you. Within a section called “Canadian University Report” sit a number of articles on what you might want to know about university. Here are a few we think you should check out: University profiles to help you choose Read more…

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How to Get the Most Out of Campus Days

Campus day season is upon us. This is a time for students (and their parents) to go to potential colleges and universities before making a decision on where to apply. To get the most out of a campus day, here are a few tips to prepare beforehand. Prepare a list of questions before you go. Read more…

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Decisions, Decisions… College vs. University?

Every day we’re faced with decisions. Get up or stay in bed? Check Twitter or scan newspapers? Then you decide what to have for breakfast and what outfit matches your mood for the day. These are pretty simple choices that don’t require much thought. But when trying to decide what educational qualification you need to Read more…

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10 Tips for Students Attending the Ontario Universities’ Fair

The Ontario Universities’ Fair takes place in September every year (in 2014 you can check them out from September 19-21). When I attended, oh-so-long ago, I remember feeling confused. There were so many schools in attendance and I had no idea what to say to them. General questions that popped into my head, such as Read more…

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The Best Global Universities

    www.brightonsbm.com This article was contributed by guest author Richard Madison.

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Top 5 Reasons to do an MBA in Canada

  Planning to study an MBA in the US, but worried about the high tuition fees? If yes, it would be a treat for you to find a destination that offers an affordable and but quality MBA education! Canada is one such popular study destination that is preferred by students across the globe. Studying next Read more…

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How to Stay Safe on Campus

Rape, kidnapping, shootings – you’ve heard the news stories of these happening, even on campus. Although rare incidents, they can happen to the least suspecting people. Often, students haven’t taken the proper precautions. There are steps you can take to increase your safety on campus. Although taking these measures doesn’t mean you’re 100% safe, it Read more…

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The Life of a Transfer Student: a Reflection (Part 1)

When I graduated high school, I (surprisingly) did not know what I wanted to do with the rest of my life. I knew getting an education was important, and since I liked school anyways, I applied to a few popular Ontario universities and accepted an offer to attend a Visual Arts program at a university Read more…

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