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How to get into Shine overseas music education: The best overseas music schools

By now, you’ve probably heard of Shine, a popular music education website that allows students to receive free lessons from top overseas music teachers.But how do you actually get into one of the top music education schools in the world?And what can you expect to get out of it?Here’s everything you need to know about […]

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How to get your questions answered in a foreign language

Posted by Fortune on July 28, 2018 06:18:56 Many questions about international education need answers in English.That’s why the U.S. State Department has created a questionnaire to help schools find the best teachers in their country.The State Department says the questionnaire is designed to help teachers in the U, Australia, China, India, and Mexico to […]

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Why is it important to have an overseas education app?

As the world transitions to a digital age, many countries have begun to shift away from traditional schooling methods.Many of these countries have moved to online learning methods like MOOCs, where students can complete homework assignments and receive tutoring online.While MOOC companies have been successful in raising the demand for online education, they are also […]

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How much does it cost to go to a college overseas?

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Juventus set to sign Manu Guiney for €40m

It is believed Juventus have reached an agreement with Napoli for the signing of Argentine international Manu Gago.The Bianconeri have made a loan move to sign the forward on loan from the Serie A side and the Italian champions are set to pay €40million.Gago has just completed a season with Juventus and made 14 appearances […]

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‘I just can’t believe she voted for Trump’: Students at an Ivy League school say they are outraged by their president’s endorsement

Students at a New York City public school say that a senior class senior wrote an op-ed on her Facebook page saying that Trump is a “dangerous” man who will ruin American education overseas.“This is the kind of thing that should never have been written,” one student wrote.“We are supposed to be learning from the […]

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US invests $25 billion in overseas education research, jobs program

WASHINGTON (CNNMoney) — A new study by the US Department of Education found that US investment in overseas schooling is growing faster than anywhere else in the world.The new report shows that the US invested $25.6 billion in research and development in the education sector in 2016, up from $20.3 billion in 2015.The growth was […]

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How to find the right school overseas

Vivekanandan’s new book, “How to Find the Right School Overseas”, is aimed at helping students and parents navigate the difficult decisions about where to send their children abroad.The book is a guide to how to find a school overseas for their children’s future, which could mean a new life, an education abroad, a better life, […]

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What you need to know about the 2018-19 International Pupil Assessment

A lot of students don’t know they are learning at an international school when they graduate, or that they need to take an overseas assessment when they return.That’s because they are not registered at the school, or don’t qualify to apply.But that’s not all, and the AP is now publishing a guide that will help […]

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When Will U.S. Schools Receive Aid to Pay for U.N. Education Programs

The U.K. has announced it will offer a $2,000 tax credit to U.s. students and businesses in the form of a $1,000 cash gift to help pay for the U.n.Education Mission Fund.The tax credit is part of the government’s bid to make the Unaided Schools Initiative (USI) the first major program of its kind in […]

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