Monthly Archive: July 2015

Looking for a study destination that will offer high-quality education and a rich social life without breaching your budget? The QS Best Student Cities index assesses the affordability of the world’s top 50 cities for students, based on the combined costs of tuition fees and general living expenses. Below are the top 10 most affordable […]

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Anhembi Morumbi is a University of open boundaries and minds. It was the first international University in Brazil. Since 2005, it has been part of Laureate International Universities, the largest in the world, present in 29 countries with more than 80 higher educational institutions, with more than 950 thousand students. The University offers under-grad, post-graduation […]

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Considering studying within the field of arts and humanities at degree level? Discover the top universities in the world for arts and humanities, based on the latest edition of the QS World University Rankings by Faculty. These rankings use international data on research citations, as well as drawing on two major global surveys of academics […]

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    RANK UNIVERSITY 31       86.7 The University of Tokyo 36      84.7 Kyoto University 55      79.6 Osaka University 68       76.3 Tokyo Institute of Technology 71       75.3 Tohoku University 103       69.4 Nagoya University 126       64.4 Kyushu University […]

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Have you ever dreamed of building a robot or designing an aircraft? Have a passion for racing cars and want to be part of a Formula 1 development team? Maybe you’re fascinated by nanotechnology, developments in cleaner and more efficient energy use, or even the study of sound pollution and sound-proofing. Want to make a […]

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This small southern European country is best known as a popular tourist destination – but if you’d like to stay longer than a two-week holiday, why not choose to study in Malta? One of the world’s smallest and most densely populated countries, Malta is a group of islands in the Mediterranean Sea to the south […]

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Most of the colleges and universities in Malta are clustered around capital Valletta, on the north-east coast of Malta Island. The largest of these is the University of Malta, a publicly funded university which has around 11,000 students, including about 700 international students. The university’s main campus is in the harbour area of Msida, just to the west […]

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Next Event: Thursday, 10th September 2015 02:30pm – 08:00pm Location BMO Centre Calgary 20 RoundUp Way SE, Calgary Alberta Calgary  T2G 2W1 Canada Register now for the QS Grad School Fair and find out how Grad School can help you fast-track your path to a thriving, enjoyable and in demand career! Meet face-to-face with admissions directors from […]

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Rank University Location  1 98.6 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) 2 90.3 University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) 3 85.5 The University of Edinburgh 4 85.4 Harvard University 5 85.4 University of Cambridge 6 85.1 University of Oxford 7 84.9 Stanford University 8 84.1 National University of Singapore (NUS) 9 83.9 The University of Hong […]

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Undine Rubeze shares her experience of taking a liberal arts and sciences program as an international student in the Netherlands. Studying abroad was a long-held ambition for Latvian student Undine Rubeze, who was also keen to study in English. However, studying in the country in which the language originated did not appeal: “Universities in the UK, […]

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