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The Mission after University Admission

There is a widely held belief that being admitted to college implies being prepared for college. This is a belief that remains unquestioned until one gets there and realizes that one does not have the skills to deal with the demands of a liberal arts education. One is quickly left exposed and struggling to keep up. So how to leap into your higher studies well and truly prepared?

Being Liberal with Your Education - Undergraduate Curriculum in the US

You don’t have to make all your decisions about what to study before you head to the US for a bachelors degree. Time at the university will give you plenty of time to choose. Read more below.

Why a Chinese Philosophy Class is Most Sought After in Harvard

Michael Puett, professor of Chinese history at Harvard University, hands out eclectic reading lists and uses Chinese philosophy and anecdotes from the "Analects of Confucius," to guide undergraduates to self-improvement.

Indian student's unexpected journey from liberal arts undergrad to a prize US film role

Siddharth Dhananjay was studying philosophy and economics at Grinnell College, Iowa, when his rap videos went viral, scoring him a role in ‘Patti Cake$’, releasing on August 18

The Top Five Liberal Arts Colleges in America

Williams College tops the liberal arts college rankings complied by US News and World Report.

What to do with a degree in Anthropology?

What can you do with a degree in... Anthropology..? Check our quick guide on the subject and see how you can incorporate it into your higher studies!

Transfer to Hofstra University - a move in the right direction

Hofstra considers transfer candidates on a rolling basis, and encourages prospective students to apply early, especially if they are interested in campus housing and scholarships. It offers comprehensive academic advisement before course registration and throughout the Hofstra experience

Colleges Seek Lateral Thinkers

Applicants for places at Oxbridge and a handful of US colleges are being asked increasingly eccentric questions.

Helen Keller: 'Some day I shall go to college - but I shall go to Harvard!'

Keller, who became deaf and blind in infancy, not only learned several languages, but also listened to music, wrote poetry, and championed several causes. And yes, she went to Harvard.

American students crushed by US college loans escape to India

Loan-strapped American students have opted to leave the US and relocate to countries like India and the Ukraine for a higher standard of living.

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