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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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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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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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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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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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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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$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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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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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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New US$44M health centre provides international students specialised support

Nebraska’s $44 million state-of-the-art University Health Center has been extending specialised support services for international students since it opened to serve the campus community at the start of the fall 2018 intake. “The University Health Centre staff understand that international students face unique challenges when transitioning to a new country and culture. As a result,…

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Applications ongoing for 2019 Spring, Summer and Fall intakes

Education agents are encouraged to prepare their students for the 2019 intakes at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Duquesne University. Applications are now open for all three 2019 undergraduate and postgraduate student intakes: Spring 2019, Summer 2019 and Fall 2019. Education agents can help their students apply to Nebraska or Duquesne for any of the…

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Exploring majors and careers with University of Nebraska–Lincoln

International students who are interested in studying at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln but have not decided on their field of study will have a great opportunity to get assistance from the university’s Career Services as they explore their interests and make career choices. They will be guided as they pursue employment or further education. Education…

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Inspiring video testimonials from Nebraska’s 2018 international student graduates

University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s 2018 international student graduates from Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Oman, Tajikistan, Taiwan, Czech Republic and Nigeria recently shared their unique experiences about university life and the efforts of the Husker community to help them adapt and integrate into a new culture and language different from their country of origin. During the 2018 International…

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Nebraska conducts webinars for international students

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln has kicked off its series of information sessions through the web for new international students. The students are expected to arrive in the United States this August, in preparation for classes to start this fall season. The first of the series of webinars, “Preparing for the Visa Process,” was hosted by International…

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Getting ready for the next phase: Huskers team up with JC Penney to elevate their casual look

University students and fresh graduates can definitely strut with confidence to their internship interviews, class presentations, and job hunting after being given professional advice on how to dress the part. To make this happen, the school’s Career Services facilitated a tie-up with clothing line JC Penney which in turn hosted a well-attended event aptly labeled…

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Nebraska’s CB3 to continue research breakthroughs

It has been four years since Nebraska launched the Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior (CB3), an interdisciplinary research facility where faculty from the social sciences, biological & behavioural sciences as well as engineering collaborate to study the brain’s impact on human behaviour. Thanks to its state-of-the-art facilities, like the functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)…

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Nebraska's 2017 highlights and milestones

2017 was another year of growth for University of Nebraska–Lincoln as it made great strides, yet again, on several academic and institutional fronts: Rankings #45 in the US News & World Report’s Top 50 business schools #4 in the US News & World Report’s 2017 Best Online Programs #24 in Military Times’ Best for Vets:…

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The experience you need for a successful job search

One of the biggest factors that separate successful students in the job search and those who struggle to find employment after completing their bachelor’s degree is the completion of an internship while studying at university. For many international students, this is a very important aspect of their career development. In the United States, there are…

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