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Why a Stevens OPT eligible, STEM-focused master’s degree is highly sought-after globally

International students from China, India, Colombia, Nigeria and a few other countries all agree that one of the main reasons why they study at Stevens Institute of Technology is to gain valuable post-graduation work experience through the Optional Practical Training (OPT). With two of its three Academic schools offering graduate programs that are OPT STEM…

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EduCo welcomes Stevens Institute of Technology, gives students access to well-regarded graduate programs

(Melbourne, VIC and Hoboken, N.J. – 27 July 2020) EduCo International expands its graduate study opportunities through a new partnership with Stevens Institute of Technology, a leading private, technology-focused university in New Jersey. The newly forged partnership gives EduCo’s international student cohort access to an impressive lineup of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) graduate…

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SPU alumnus Ian Cook – From small-town Alaskan boy to Seattle’s Slalom Build GM

Seattle Pacific University alumnus Ian Cook has been the general manager of Slalom Build for eight years now and manages over 1,000 employees across North America with teams handling hundreds of engineering projects every year for some 400 clients.

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UMBC, a global university model for supporting student achievement

Times Higher Education (THE) cites the University of Maryland, Baltimore County as a model for supporting student achievement by graduating more low-income and minority students in the sciences, referring to this strength as ‘the holy grail of academia.’

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Welcome Team increases international student satisfaction at Nebraska

The International Student Barometer, a global benchmark of the international student experience, reports in its latest study that the percentage of international students who are satisfied with the University of Nebraska­–Lincoln’s point-of-arrival experience has grown from 69% to 92% in just four years.

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Duquesne’s Accounting program, internationally-certified

Duquesne University’s Accounting program is now considered among the 52 internationally-certified Accounting programs in the world and one of 30 in the United States by the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA).

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SPU Class of 2019 – what are they up to 3 months after graduation

It hasn’t been long since they attended the Ivy cutting at the Tiffany Loop and marched at the Alaska Airlines Arena for the commencement exercise and yet some of them have already been boldly paving their way to success. Here’s a snippet of what three of them are up to these days, and how they believe SPU helped them achieve their goal.

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University of Nebraska announces plan to roll out a world-class engineering program by 2023

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is gearing up to reinforce its engineering programs to attract and keep the smartest students and academics as well as maintain the university’s world-class standards. To do this, the university is poised to start its massive renovation and rebuilding project in October for the first phase.

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College of Osteopathic Medicine at Duquesne University to open in 2023

Duquesne University’s goal to integrate curing with caring will soon be realised with the plan to open the College of Osteopathic Medicine on campus in time for the 2023 Fall semester. The accreditation process for osteopathic medical schools can take up to three years. Once established, the first batch of 75 students will become pioneers…

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UMBC Graduate School student Qianqian Song receives NASA research fellowship grant

Qianqian Song, a fourth-year Ph.D. candidate in Atmospheric Physics at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), has just been awarded a three-year fellowship grant by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration through the Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology (FINESST).

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Top 5 things you need to know about our US partner universities

Learn about the top 5 things you need to know about our US partner universities and share them with your students!

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Students get the benefits of a traditional American college experience at Duquesne and Nebraska

A recent study of student populations in US college cities has shown that Pittsburgh ranks second largest when it comes to the number of college students living and studying in the city with 95,436 students, and Lincoln is ranked the third largest, with 52,609 students.

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SPU graduates: Ideal talent for Seattle’s jobs growth

With giant tech companies like Amazon, Apple and Salesforce and cell engineering startup Sana Biotechnology expanding their business operations in Seattle, the job outlook is looking very good for Seattle Pacific University graduates in information technology, sciences, marketing and communications, biotechnology, business, accounting, engineering and human resources.

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How UMBC’s graduate Innovation program empowers international students and working professionals

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s master’s program in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Leadership (EIL) empowers international students and working professionals by equipping them with practical and relevant skills that can be applied immediately on the job.

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Navigating Pittsburgh’s public transport system

International students at Duquesne University can easily find their way around Pittsburgh by using the public transportation system run by the Port Authority of Allegheny County – by bus, train and tram.

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University of Nebraska–Lincoln highlights support services for international students

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln (UNL)’s unique support services for international students underpins a memorable study experience in one of the oldest, most respected research universities in the United States.

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Policies sought to boost international education in the U.S.

Associate Vice Provost for International Education David Di Maria shares with University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) the steps that have been undertaken to push forward their proposed initiatives for international students in the United States.

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Seattle Pacific University ideally situated for future career opportunities

Seattle Pacific University (SPU), EduCo’s 17th international education partner and 5th in the United States, is located in bustling Seattle which is considered by Forbes and the U.S. News & World Report as one of the best cities for business and careers, a thriving technology hub and one of the best cities for young professionals.…

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EduCo’s U.S. institutions build a stronger relationship with students via webinars

Three of the five EduCo-partner institutions in the United States – Duquesne University (DQU), New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and University of Nebraska–Lincoln (UNL) – are holding webinars to forge a strong relationship with students even before they arrive on campus. These webinars aim to equip students and education agents with knowledge about the…

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UNL offers 50% scholarships, paid research work

International students can still apply for enrolment in the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Fall 2019 intake and avail of up to 50% scholarships. They can also qualify on their second year to apply for paid opportunities doing research along with their professors. This was disclosed by Julia Tracewski, marketing director of EduCo U.S. operations, after Nebraska’s…

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