O maior evento de intercâmbio do ano está chegando à São Paulo.
Nesta edição da EduExpo, mais de 80 instituições de ensino do Canadá, E.U.A., Europa e Austrália, incluindo universidades, colleges, escolas de idioma e high schools já confirmaram presença.
Entre elas, grandes nomes como: University of San Diego, London Metropolitan University, University of Montreal, Arizona State University, St Mary's University, Mc Master University e muito mais...
Além disso, estarão presentes na EduExpo, representantes dos Governos do Canadá, França, Alemanha, Holanda, Estados Unidos, Reino Unido, Suécia, Finlândia e até Coréia do Sul para tirar dúvidas sobre vistos de estudantes e requisitos necessários para estudar em seus países.
E não para por aí! Este ano, a EduExpo acontecerá junto à EduCanada, a Feira de Intercâmbio Oficial do Governo do Canadá. Dois super eventos em um único lugar!
Inscrevendo-se para a EduExpo, você terá acesso também a EduCanada! Os ingressos podem acabar a qualquer minuto!
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Language course is one of the most popular options for study abroad students worldwide. English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Chinese and Japanese are some of the main choices of international students.
More attractive in terms of budget and more flexible in terms of duration, these courses can be customized according to the objectives of each student.
It's up to you how long to study!
You can opt for extremely short courses of a week, for example, or even long courses of 12 months or more.
Apart from duration, courses can vary in class loads, being classified as: General, Semi Intensive or Intensive.
Course choice can also vary according to the aims of each student.
Some believe these courses are limited to only one simple and conventional option.
That's not the case!.
The range of options is quite big, there are courses for many purposes, such as: General, Academic, Business, Exam Preparation, among others.
Traditionally known in the US as a financially more viable way to get a college degree, Community Colleges, though not often promoted internationally, are excellent options for those wishing to get a college degree in America without spending much - But what are Community Colleges? - Community Colleges are institutions of higher education that offer courses of only two years. They offer associate degrees. They also have vocational academic courses and technical training. Some of these institutions offer specific options for foreigners, such as English classes, preparatory courses for SAT (Scholarship Assessment Test), among other - Although they don't have the same status as universities, Community Colleges can be an excellent gateway to your college degree - This way is known as Two plus Two Program - What is a Two plus Two Program? (TWO YEARS IN A COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND TWO YEARS AT A UNIVERSITY) - It is the financially most popular way to a college degree in the US. See how it works: - 1st Get an associate degree at a Community College (two years) - 2nd Be transferred to an American university or spare a year to acquire some job experience with an OPT* Program - 3rd Finish the last two years of your undergraduate program and get your Bachelor diploma from the university - 4th Have one more year to acquire job experience in your field of study with the OPT* Program - This alternative offers many advantages - The student gets a diploma from the Community College (associate) as well as a bachelor from the chosen university - As Community Colleges cost much less than universities, it ends up being much more cost effective through the four undergraduate years - The acceptance process of a Community College is much more simple in comparison to a university. Fewer admission exams and lower requirement in English proficiency - Community Colleges have agreements with some of the best US universities, such as Stanford, Berkeley, Texas, etc - Opportunity to get a paid job through the OPT* Program - *The Optional Practical Training (OPT) is a period during which undergraduate a graduate students with a F-1 visa that have finished or have been studying for more than nine months are allowed by the US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) to work for a year with a student visa to obtain practical training as a complement to their education.
In an ever more competitive world, an undergraduate experience abroad can contribute a lot for finding a dream job in your own country or in any other big market worldwide. Year after year, the number of students opting to graduate in international colleges breaks new records - But where can I start? - The first step is to know which course you would like: Law, Publicity, Medicine, Design, Business, Marketing, and so on - Once you are sure of which course is right for you, the next step is to list your favorite destinations. The ones you would like to live in - Be aware that the destination country and city may represent 50% of your study abroad experience. You won't spend 24 hours a day inside the university campus, you will experience a culture, a people and a climate totally different than yours - Besides that, it's important to take other factors into consideration, such as the local language, currency study abroad rates, climate, job opportunities, visa issuances, hospitality, safety, among others - Now that you know the course and the country where you wish to study, the next step is to make your "University List". Research in depth all options of universities and colleges that offer the course you wish. - Remember to compare factors like: Price, application processes, rankings, deadlines, teaching methodology, employability of alumni, lecturing faculty, among other factors you may consider relevant - Don't forget to always ask yourself: What do I like to do? In what lecture format do I learn best? What do I want to do in the future? What do I like to do in my free time?- Self-knowledge increases your chances of making your study abroad program an even more unforgettable experience.!
Investing in a specialization abroad is becoming an ever more common decision among students worldwide, since the value of a foreign graduate diploma, added to experience abroad, is decisive to the future of your career - To choose the best option, the first step is to know that there are two big groups of courses. On the one side there are the stricto sensu (Latin expression that means "restricted sense"). In this category are included master degrees (also known as academic master degrees), professional master degrees, doctorates and post doctorates. On the other, there are the lacto sensu (comprehensive sense), that include specializations and MBAs - Stricto sensu programs focus on training researchers and professors, i.e. they are generally suitable for those already on an academic career path. However, it's common to find people in these programs who don't work for universities, but for companies - Lacto sensu courses are an ideal option for those who already have a work routine and seek professional improvement. The aim is to acquire more specific competences that can be applied in practice in order to facilitate career advancement, move to another area or adapt to a new position inside the company - It's important to deeply analyze the reputation of each university, as well as the focus of its courses. And of course the location of each one, since you won't spend 24 hours inside a classroom. Choosing the right destination can make your study abroad program an unforgettable experience.
Short duration courses can be the ideal option for those wishing to upgrade their CV's, acquire new abilities or experience another area without investing too much money or depending on planning extensively - Short duration courses are becoming more and more common in universities and last on average one to twelve weeks, with options on almost all fields, including Law, Marketing, Political Sciences, Design, Arts, Business Administration and much more./p>
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