College recruiters aggressively go after out-of-state students

"Every state in the U.S. has become a battleground for universities sparring to attract the most geographically diverse population, recruiting on each others’ home turf and offering merit scholarships that compete with in-state tuition. For college-bound students and their parents, this can mean opportunity: greater prospects for new experiences and financial savings. It can also mean being put at a disadvantage in their own state." Teghan Simonton, USA TODAY

Best Online Law Degrees in Australia

Are you looking for the top Colleges and Universities in Australia to get a Law Degree? We have researched the best Schools in Sydney, Canberra, Perth and other parts of Australia to bring you a list of quality online programs to get a Law Degree. Whether you are considering what to major in or changing careers, on online Law Degree can provide a path to a better paying, more fulfilling career in Law.

How Much Does it Cost to Study Abroad in France?

When you think of studying abroad in France, the words "low budget" don't exactly come to mind. While living in France is pricier than living in, say, Nicaragua, you can get still some sweet discounts as a student. Think student discounts on 3-course lunch menus, trains, free museum passes, and more! While yes, studying in Paris will cost more than anywhere else in France, we're here to break down the costs to make this endeavour less overwhelming.

The 10 Best European Countries For International Students

Studying abroad is a goal of many students: An adventure that educates well beyond what is taught in the classroom. But many are unsure which destinations are a good choice for them. In this year’s edition of the Study.EU Country Ranking, Study.EU looked once more at 30 European countries and examine how attractive they are to international students.

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