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The new edition of the annual QS Best Student Cities index will be published on 1 December, with the list extended to feature even more of the world’s top cities for students. Designed to celebrate the planet’s most appealing urban study destinations, the index draws on a wide range of indicators to assess cities in […]

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Did you know that Mexico is home to a very rare species of rabbit called the volcano rabbit, which lives near Mexican volcanoes? Or that Peru grows more than 55 varieties of corn in almost every color you could possibly imagine? Check out our infographic which summarizes six surprising facts about Latin America, and get […]

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Guest post: Alison Blankenship That thick, heavy statistical learning theory tome would make a great doorstop, right? At the end of a semester, most students are left with a ton of used textbooks they will probably never crack open again. Selling used textbooks is a great way to unclutter your dorm, lighten the load in […]

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While the US remains the world’s most popular destination for international students, it’s also among the most expensive choices. But while the headline costs of studying in the US may be daunting, often involving a string of five-digit numbers, it’s worth checking all the facts on fees and funding options before you make up your […]

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If you’re not familiar with the US university system, things can get a little confusing, particularly when it comes to working out how much your studies are likely to cost. Here’s a quick overview of the main different types of university you can expect to encounter in the US. For more information about studying in […]

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Hands-on business experience  Unlike other business schools that are research-oriented, many of Hult’s faculty have real-world experience. Some have worked for companies like P&G, Sony, and Credit Suisse, while others have run their own businesses or created their own patents. Furthermore, Hult helps students develop real-world skills by challenging them to complete very practical capstones, […]

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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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With the Grand Prairie and Mississippi to the east, and the cowboy country of Texas to the west,Arkansas is a paradise for explorers, nature-lovers and those simply seeking a break from the fast pace of urban life. Nicknamed ‘The Natural State’, Arkansas is saturated with forests, national parks, prairies, hot springs, mountains, valleys, rivers and […]

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Mizanur Rahman, originally from Bangladesh, is completing doctoral research at Italy’s Università di Bologna as part of the EU’s LAST-JD program – a PhD scheme promoting interdisciplinary research in law, science and technology. He explains how he reached this point, why he’d recommend the university, and what he’s enjoying about life in this historic Italian […]

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Who better to share advice on scholarship applications than students who’ve already successfully applied for funding? With this in mind, we asked some of this year’s QS Scholarship winners to share their top tips when finding and applying for scholarships. Here’s what they said… 1. Apply as early as possible. This is one of those […]

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