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When friends and family came to visit Rory Carroll they had to bring Branston pickle and baked beans with them.   That was what he missed of the UK while spending a year studying abroad in the US.Rory, an American Studies graduate took part in a study abroad program and spent one year living in Southern California where he attended California State University in...
 
 
The US is home to many of the world's top universities and offers a varied and exciting place in which to study. But before you can take your bite out of the American pie you will need to get a visa. QS Top Universities looks at visa requirements to study abroad in the US.   Unless you are a US citizen, you will need a student visa in order to study in the US.The US...
 
 
Thinking of studying in the US? Worried about the costs? You're not alone. Finding funding for study in the US is a challenge for both American and international students. However, many are able to fully fund their studies without loans. QS Top Universities talked to Lauren Welch, head of advising for the Fulbright Advisory Service on the types of funding available, steps...
 
 
In the 2008 THE-QS World University Rankings, US universities outperform many of their competitors. QS Top Universities looks at just how many US universities appear among the world's best.   Six US universities make up the 10 top universities in the world according to results from the latest THE-QS World University Rankings and Harvard University is the world's top...
 
 
 
Is your bank balance stopping you from pursuing your postgrad study in the US? Don't despair. QS Top Universities talks with Lauren Welch, Head of Advising at Fulbright Advisory Service about funding options, networking with faculty and assistantship packages. You'll be studying for your masters of PhD before you know it.   Types of Funding   Generally...
 
 
With dozens of the nation's top universities featuring in the QS World University Rankings, the US is the prime destination for many students worldwide who wish to study abroad. Each one of the 50 states has its own unique culture and character that will enrich any undergraduate experience. Activities outside the lecture theatre will vary depending on which area you end up...
 
 
Population: 885,000 (approx.)   Largest city: Wilmington   Famous people: Joe Biden, Tom Verlain, the Du Pont family   Top universities: University of Delaware;   The US' second-smallest state, Delaware may nowadays keep a pretty low profile, but that wasn't always the case. Delaware was the first state to ratify the Constitution of the United...
 
 
Canadian universities have maintained stability in their performance in the QS World University Rankings. QS Top Universities takes a closer look at the results.   Canada boasts 12 universities in the world's top 200 universities, according to the results from the 2008 QS World University Rankings, one more than last year.   McGill University, which has...
 
 
Stretching from Niagara Falls up towards Greenland and the North Pole, Canada is the world's second largest country. This gigantic landmass contains some of the world's most stunning natural scenery, not to mention many exciting outdoor pursuits skiing, snowboarding, hiking, rafting, mountaineering and ice hockey just to name a few. If you're more of an urban dweller,...
 
 
 
Canada is a country of natural beauty from coast to coast - with endless landscapes of mountains, lakes, rivers, forests and plains. This really is the great outdoors. Canada is the second largest country in the world, spanning six time zones. Extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and penetrating deep into the Arctic, Canada is an explorer's paradise. In the north lies...
 
 
McGill is Canada''s best-known university, ranked among the world''s finest publicly funded universities. It offers the highest of standards and an exciting and unique learning environment in the heart of Montreal. It is Canada''s leading research-intensive university.Facts 2004-2005 offers a sampling of facts about McGill, its many programs and fields of expertise, as well...
 
 
The University of Toronto was founded as Kingas College in 1827 and has evolved into a large and complex institution. It now occupies three campuses: Scarborough and Erindale and the historic St. George campus. It has federated with three smaller universities which are on the St. George campus, and is affiliated with several colleges and institutes. There are ten fully...
 
 
Marshall University is a multi-campus public university providing innovative undergraduate and graduate education that contributes to the development of society and the individual. The University actively facilitates learning through the preservation, discovery, synthesis, and dissemination of knowledge. Marshall University will provide affordable, high quality...
 
 
Air University provides the full spectrum of Air Force education, from pre-commissioning to the highest levels of professional military education, including degree granting and professional continuing education for officers, enlisted and civilian personnel throughout their careers. The university's Professional Military Education (PME) programs educate airmen on the...
 
 
Welcome to Rutgers' online home. Like the university itself, it's your gateway to a world without limits. With more than 50,000 students on campuses in Camden, Newark, and New Brunswick/Piscataway, Rutgers is one of the nation's major state universities. Chartered in 1766, it has a unique history as a colonial college, a land-grant institution, and a state university. Its 29...
 
 
One of Canada's leading universities, with an international reputation for scholarship, research, social purpose, spirit and diversity. Consistently ranked among the top universities in Canada, Queen's is known for its high quality and incomparable 24-hour learning environment. The University was established by Royal Charter of Queen Victoria in 1841 - twenty-six years...
 
 
Three Mennonite colleges have emerged and flourished in Winnipeg: Mennonite Brethren Bible College (now Concord College), Canadian Mennonite Bible College, and Menno Simons College. Each college has its own story. Yet, from the beginning, the individual stories have often intersected. They are now becoming part of a common story of how God has led the colleges together to...
 
 
Anyone who has visited the campus has felt it - The Acadia Spirit. The grounds and the buildings are renowned for their beauty, but at Acadia you feel you are part of something bigger than just bricks and mortar. It is a place where students respect each other and faculty members respect their students. Acadia is a place where people from all different backgrounds share the...
 
 
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