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Get an Indian-American recognized Liberal Arts Degree

Imagine studying for an undergraduate degree for two years in India and the next two years in the United States. Imagine having an undergraduate qualification recognized both in the United States and India.

4 creative writing programs you should check out

Want to nurture the writer or poet in you? Here’s a list to help you kick off your college search

Book Review: Advertising for the Curious: Why Study Advertising?

This book is for aspiring advertising students who want to glimpse the future of advertising and how it is being taught in America.

How to get the most out of international student services at US universities

As a foreign student you will discover that ISS offices can play a key role in helping you with immigration, visa, orientation, banking and cultural issues.

A Liberal Arts Degree in Singapore

Fancy a wide-berthed education in Singapore - with academics from renowned global educational institutions teaching you? Take a look at Yale-NUS College.

A unique college for the Building Arts

In Charleston, a city famous for its historic buildings, students can earn degrees in the traditional skills that enable them to restore architectural heritage around the world

What Can a College Degree Do for You?

How essential is a degree to professional success? Is it just a mile marker or much more? Dr. Bennett E. McClellan weighs in on the question. Read more below.

Liberal Arts are for science and business students too

December 09, 2019 |
Dr. Andrew Field, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs at Duke Kunshan University, China, says students and parents need to understand why Liberal Arts undergraduate degrees are relevant even in a world of tech careers. He says that studying Liberal Arts is not time away from studying science, engineering, or business – rather, it makes you a better scientist, engineer, business leader. Duke Kunshan University, located in Kunshan city, near Shanghai, offers undergraduate students an education that meets the standards of Duke University in the US, culminating in a Duke University degree. Students have the opportunity to study and live in China and the US, which enriches their international perspective and increases their access to global opportunities.

10 Things I Miss About College

The U.S. College experience is a memorable one, says Meher Varma - who offers some valuable advice to any student considering heading that way to complete their higher education.

Explore endless opportunities for experiential learning at Hofstra University

The school's 140 undergraduate programs and 160 graduate ones include courses in the health professions ranging from sports science to health administration

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