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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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Duquesne honours 90 international student graduates

Duquesne University honoured 90 international students at the International Graduate Reception held 7 May for graduates, family and friends. The international students graduated from the university during the spring undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies on 10 May. They are part of Duquesne’s 1,390 undergraduate and graduate degree students from the class of 2019. According to…

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NJIT ranks #1 in animation, Duquesne #22 in nursing, UMBC #82 in computer science

Three of EduCo’s partner universities in the United States – New Jersey Institute of Technology, Duquesne University and University of Maryland, Baltimore County – have climbed up the ranking scales once again. New Jersey Institute of Technology NJIT was ranked #1 among New Jersey institutions offering animation programs and #28 nationally in the 2019 Animation…

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SPU offers a pathway for students who do not meet English requirement

Seattle Pacific University (SPU) offers a pathway opportunity through Interlink for international undergraduate students who wish to study at SPU but have not met the minimum English Language score. This was disclosed by EduCo U.S. Marketing Director Julia Tracewski. Under Interlink’s conditional admission, international students will receive the conditional letter of acceptance from SPU. “The…

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UMBC Computer Engineering ranks #111 in 2019

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s Computer Engineering program is one of the highly-ranked engineering degrees from over 1,000 programs offered by U.S. institutions. Its engineering program was ranked #111 by the U.S. News & World Report in its 2019 rankings. In addition, the university’s computer science program was ranked #82. These awards reinforced the…

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How Nebaska student Sumit Khatri manages family business and studies

Sumit Khatri opened the doors to Laxmi Palace, the family-owned hotel in India, in January last year while pursuing his business administration degree at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Sumit co-owns the family business with his father and manages the hotel remotely. Juggling between full-time study and part-time hotel management, he says his days are always…

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Seattle Pacific University partners with EduCo

Melbourne, AUS and Seattle, USA, 26 March – Seattle Pacific University (SPU), a premier university in Seattle, partners with EduCo International Group to offer opportunities for international students to complete a degree in a city known for its rapidly growing engineering, technology and business centres. SPU, a highly-ranked Christian university – whose tradition of academic…

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$6,000 housing credit available for UNL undergraduate students

International students who are accepted into an undergraduate course at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln this Fall 2019 will be entitled to a $6,000 housing credit for on campus accommodations at the Suite-Style and Traditional Residence Halls. To be eligible, applicants must attend an EduCo event in their respective country and meet with a Nebraska Admissions…

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UMBC scholarships available for computer science students

Financial services giant Morgan Stanley has committed $125,000 this year, renewable annually for up to four additional years, to support the two-pronged program of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) Graduate School – the Data Science Scholarship Fund for master’s degree students in computer science and the research funding for the Center of Accelerated…

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Biotech company executive talks about her experience at Duquesne University

“The time I spent at Duquesne University is still one of the best years of my life,” recalls Bindu Dendukuri, a Master of Science in Biotechnology 2013 graduate and now chief executive officer of ForU International Private Limited back in India. After completing her biotechnology degree, Bindu returned to her home country to take over…

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Centre for Career Development holds monthly activities to help students prepare for their future careers

International students can take advantage of the support services being rendered by Duquesne University’s Centre for Career Development, among which are regular activities to help students prepare for their future careers. Among the Centre’s monthly activities are: (1) workshops on resume writing and mock interviews; (2) Career Café forums on various topics that affect students…

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UNL’s int’l students join Spring 2019 International Welcome Party

Some 120 new and returning international students attended the Spring 2019 International Welcome Party hosted by University of Nebraska–Lincoln. This was an opportunity for students to get to know one another better and swap stories over food, board games, dancing and karaoke. The welcome party was a culmination of the week’s events which included an…

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Gearing up for management and leadership roles with a master’s degree in cybersecurity

University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s master’s degree programs in cybersecurity have been designed with the graduate professional in mind.  The Master of Professional Studies: Cybersecurity, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate: Cybersecurity Strategy and Policy and Post-Baccalaureate Certificate: Cybersecurity Operations have been tailored to prepare technical professionals involved with cybersecurity to fill management and leadership roles in cyber operations…

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Mechanical engineering courses in the ‘Ivy League’ of Engineering Colleges

University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s mechanical engineering courses are among the best in the United States. The University’s Engineering Department is part of the Big Ten Conference which is the “Ivy League” of Engineering Colleges (ECs) in the United States, according to Brent Schmoker, Nebraska’s international recruitment specialist. “In comparison to large engineering colleges like Michigan and…

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‘Twenty Dinners’: A values-based education in action at Duquesne University

Duquesne University, one of Pittsburgh’s three largest universities, has been living its values-based education in action and one of the ways by which the university does this is by holding “Twenty Dinners.” Twenty Dinners is an outreach program where Duquesne University’s lecturers and employees open their homes to international students for meals and conversation. “We’re…

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Pittsburgh: A welcoming, liveable city alive with professional opportunities for international students

Duquesne University is located in the heart of Pittsburgh which is the centre of economic and social activity in Pennsylvania, and international students can take advantage of the innumerable opportunities that are up for grabs in this iconic city that’s recognised for its liveability, welcoming atmosphere and professional opportunity. Pittsburgh has been cited by National…

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UMBC’s I/O Psychology degree: Helping graduates develop relevant skills in today’s job market

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s graduate degree in Industrial/ Organisational Psychology has highlighted the need for companies to run smoothly, efficiently and effectively by developing professionals adept at monitoring and arresting potential issues concerning workplace behaviour. The Master of Professional Studies in Industrial/Organisational Psychology degree explore and integrate important topics including organisational behavioural management,…

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