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  1. Articles: Asia
    Studying abroad appears to give graduates an edge in the job market in China, particularly if overseas graduates have acquired soft skills, English proficiency and in-demand technical skills, says a new report. A survey of 350 employers who recruit overseas educated graduates by the British...
  2. Coffee lounge : Immigration sharing ideas
    Hello, Just hear that too many student visas application from Asian regions are declined on Postgraduate/Masters level, so please give us your opinion what to do we are planning to apply for the student visa for NZ on masters level & what are the current trend for the students from Asian...
  3. Coffee lounge : Immigration sharing ideas
    Hello all, I am planning to study level 8 PG diploma in IT, I am working as a Digital Marketing Specialist now. I want to know if I can bring my husband with work permit if I am doing PG diploma? Is it necessary that you should do Masters to get work permit for spouse? Long term skill...
  4. Canada Expat Forum for Expats Living in Canada
    Hi I was trying before to study abroad and getting jobs visa too. then i was busy doing some online and 1/2 months part time jobs. now i am free and my certificate age became 35. Is there any chance if i want to study in any subjects in canada and other rich countries to get involved in jobs...
  5. Articles: Europe
    Students who study abroad are less likely to suffer from long term unemployment as well as being sought after because of their experience, new research suggests. Some 64% of employers value international experience and consider it important for recruitment, according to research from the...
  6. Articles: Americas
    The offspring of expats often end up being international students, taking advantage to study for a degree abroad but they are facing higher living costs in key cities around the world with Europe generally cheaper than the United States. Indeed, three cities in the US, Boston, New York and San...
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    An international education is linked with people developing 11 out of 15 critical skills needed for employment in today’s workplace, new research has found. Studying abroad for longer periods of time has a high impact on subsequent job offers and career advancement as well as the development of...
  8. Japan Expat Forum for Expats Living in Japan
    Hello all, This is my first post here. I know that many other people have had similar questions about my topic but not specifically. I am 29 years old from Malta, no bachelor's degree, Higher national diploma in Mechanical Engineering, 8 years working experience as a technician in...
  9. Articles: Europe
    The international student market is growing globally with strong growth in Australia, Germany and France while China remains the country with the largest number of students seeking to study abroad. China has almost four times the number of students than India, the next largest and demographic...
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    The benefits of studying abroad are often not realised by students who also believe that they are not given enough information about what is actually available, new research has found. Half of graduates surveyed in the United States, the UK, Italy, Germany, France, Australia, Singapore, China...
  11. Articles: Europe
    Thousands of students who take part in the Erasmus Plus student exchange programme in Europe could be affected by the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. The programme allows students to study in one of 33 European countries for free for up to a year with the costs being met by the EU...
  12. Articles: Europe
    British students believe that studying abroad increases empathy towards international students and gives them an enhanced confidence, according to a new survey. Those who have been abroad also return with skills and an outlook that can be a valuable resource to promote overseas study, says the...
  13. Articles: Americas
    The United States is the top country in the world that parents are most likely to consider for their offspring to study abroad, followed by the UK, Australia and Canada, according to new research. But they are also among the most expensive in the world with average annual tuition fees for...
  14. Germany Expat Forum for Expats Living in Germany
    My husband-to-be wants to move to Germany. He graduated high school in 2011 with a GPA of 2.82 and haven't went to any university/college yet. He was in the army and stationed here in Germany for the last 3 years. He wants to study in Germany. Is there any chance for him to study here? A...
  15. Articles: Australasia & the Pacific Islands
    More than 100,000 international students studying in New Zealand will benefit from a new code of practice aimed at making sure they get the care and support they need. Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce has announced the new code for education providers which he...
  16. Articles: Americas
    More students from the United States are studying abroad than ever before with the UK and other European countries proving to be the most popular, a new study has found. Latin America is also proving popular with US students with the Open Doors report from the International Institute of...
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