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| Published in WorldWide News | Written by Patricia May

What Problems Do Students Face Living In College Hostels?

Most people speak of college years as the best time of their life. Friends, parties, relative independence, which is most cases is still financed by parents. This sounds like a dream that came true. Is it that smooth and shiny though?  We decided to look into some problems that students might be facing when transferring from the nest of their parents’ home to hostel rooms....

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| Published in Hints and Tips | Written by Patricia May

TOP 5 School Summer Camps 2015 in Arkansas

It’s time to plan summer activities for your children. Here are TOP 5 great Camps for fun and an unforgettable summer. We try to find camps near Conway for all tastes: from art to sport. University of Central Arkansas Nike Tennis Camp Ages: 5-18 Dates: June 1-5, July 27-31 Costs: full day (9:00AM - 4:00PM) - $310.00, half day (9:00AM - 12:00PM) -$185.00 Location: Conway...

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| Published in Interesting Facts | Written by Patricia May

Business Success: Is It College Degree Driven?

Ever since childhood almost all parents have been hard on education with one voice. And it is still a burning issue in families where there is a school leaver standing on the cusp of one of the most vital decisions. University diploma has always been a blue-chip possession and at all times considered to be a voucher for an easy employment and a successful career....

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| Published in Interesting Facts | Written by Patricia May

Differences between European and American Higher Education

Much and more has been said about the cost of tuition in America as compared to Europe. American soon-to-be-students beg for lower prices and fear life-long student loans. However, this is not everything that distinguishes European education from American. There are other things as well, and they should be carefully weighed up when choosing a university to enroll in. The general rule is that European...

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