Check Out 4 Huge Scholarships Worth $10,000 or More

Published by EGE News March 6, 2018
While these prestigious scholarships aren't easy to win, they can help reduce college costs significantly.

ResoSummit seeking applicants for 2018 Houston Caldwell scholarship

Published by EGE internship February 28, 2018
ResoSummit, Rob Ickes’ annual instructional weekend for students of the resophonic guitar, is on the lookout for young sliders interested in a full scholarship to the November 2018 camp.

Museum of Flight offers new scholarships opportunities

Published by EGE internship February 22, 2018
The Museum of Flight’s Boeing Academy for STEM Learning is awarding scholarships in pilot flight training and college education for high school students. College scholarships are available for up to $29,500 annually for four years, and flight training scholarships amount up to $10,000.

IU Maurer School of Law announces J.D./MBA scholarship program with Korea's top-ranked MBA program

Published by EGE internship February 10, 2018
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The Indiana University Maurer School of Law and the SKK Graduate School of Business of Sungkyunkwan University have announced that the graduate school will award full-tuition MBA scholarships to Maurer School of Law students beginning in the fall.

Perth basketball prospect Brodie Riach headed to US on college scholarship

Published by EGE news February 5, 2018
The 19-year-old former Warwick Senior High School student, who originally played Australian Rules Football, has been accepted into the basketball program at Sheridan College in Wyoming.

Cheapest places to study at a top university

Published by February 1, 2018
The notion of studying abroad at a well-respected foreign university is starting to become less of a luxury, and more of a serious alternative for cash-strapped students looking for cheaper university options.

Literature lives in study abroad session

Published by EGE News February 1, 2018

7 Creative Ways To Save Enough Money To Buy Your First Home

Published by EGE Internet February 1, 2018
Owning a house is one of the main components of the American Dream. Most people think that they’ve arrived when they achieve this goal. However, in some parts of the country, it may seem almost impossible to save up enough for a down payment. This is not the case. Here are seven creative ways to save up enough to buy your first home starting with number 1 below and 2 through 7 on the next pages! Check out these creative tips to reach your financial goals below!

6 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Going to Grad School

Published by EGE Internship January 26, 2018
The decision to go to graduate school is a big one—it’s a commitment of time, energy, resources, and finances. Is it something you want to do? Before you answer, ask yourself these six essential questions.

5 Reasons Your Brand Has A Hard Time Working With Creatives

Published by EGE Internship January 25, 2018
5 Reasons Your Brand Has A Hard Time Working With Creatives

Students embrace new cultures while studying abroad

Published by EGE News January 25, 2018

Australia is a good place to study, isn't it

Published by EGE internship January 25, 2018
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9 Steps to Get You Ready to Move Abroad

Published by Ammy Vo January 17, 2018
Whether you're moving to London to study abroad for a year or working in Bali indefinitely, the process is entirely manageable.

Jeff Bezos donates $33 million to fund college scholarships for ‘Dreamers’

Published by Ammy Vo January 17, 2018
Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos and his wife MacKenzie donated $33 million recently to fund scholarships for “Dreamers,” according to TheDream.US program.

How to decide between college and university in Canada

Published by AmmyVo December 29, 2017
Which one is better? What career is right for you? Here’s a step-by-step guide to figuring it out.

10 Things To Do In The New Year To Skyrocket Your Career In 2018

Published by AmmyVo December 29, 2017
New Year’s resolutions can be ill-defined and, for that reason, unattainable. You say you want a better job, raise or promotion. If you don’t know how to achieve these aspirations, those types of goals only set you up for disappointment.

U.S. Has Most Millionaires in World, High Wealth Gap

Published by Ammy Vo December 28, 2017
The number of American millionaires has hit an all-time high, but the U.S. still trails in median wealth.

15 Bachelor’s Degrees With The Highest Salary Potential In 2016-2017

Published by AmmyVo December 28, 2017
As college students head–or return–to campuses around the country, many will be faced with the dilemma of choosing a major. Which fields of study guarantee students healthy starting salaries that will continue to grow?

Consider Language When Picking an International University

Published by Ammy Vo December 27, 2017
Earning a degree overseas may hold broad appeal for prospective college students looking to explore a different culture and gain new experiences. As students explore global universities, experts say it's crucial that they consider the language of instruction as well as their own language skills.

Choose the Right B-School for an Investment Career

Published by AmmyVo December 22, 2017
It isn't easy to predict how the stock market will change from one day to the next or guess which small startups will turn into massive, successful ventures. However, investment industry experts say the ability to envision the future is a vital skill to cultivate if you hope to work in this field.

Define Your Culture

Published by Duyen Do December 21, 2017
A recent study on the Employee Experience by IBM and social recognition provider Globoforce revealed a direct link between company culture and employee performance and retention. There is also increasing evidence linking company profitability and culture. Clearly, culture is important. And the critical component in both creating and defining culture, according to both studies, is a company’s leadership...

TOEFL or IELTS? Comparing the Tests

Published by Duyen Do, EGE Staff Writer December 18, 2017
Should you take the IELTS or TOEFL exam? Let's find out the difference between the two.

4 Types of Students Who Should Consider International Universities

Published by Thuy Vo, EGE Staff Writer December 18, 2017
While leaving the U.S. to attend college is not for everyone, there are some potential advantages of an international education, particularly for these types of students.

Careers after 12: Three things to consider

Published by Thuy Vo, EGE Staff Writer December 15, 2017
Students are even opting to pursue engineering abroad instead of picking the IITs. So, how do you start with choosing to study abroad for your undergraduate degree?

F-1 Visa, OPT and Employment Status

Published by EGE News December 11, 2017
F-1 students may be able to work during your university study, or after completion of your degree.

6 Common Reasons College Applications Get Rejected

Published by EGE News December 5, 2017
Teens who fail to clearly explain their interests and show their potential are less likely to be admitted

Vault Releases The Top 20 Most Prestigious Internships For 2018

Published by EGE News December 5, 2017
Students are frequently told that they need to complete an internship while in college in order to land a reputable job after they graduate. With ample information available about prospective internships and companies that offer them, students are able to decide which opportunities they should pursue, without moving past their laptop or phone.

13 UNL students receive scholarship to study abroad

Published by EGE News December 4, 2017
Thirteen undergraduate students from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln were recently awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad during the spring 2018 semester.

5 Great Tech And Engineering Internships For 2018

Published by EGE News December 4, 2017
An internship is a fantastic way to earn valuable experience in a given field while establishing a connection to an organization that might, at some point down the road, remember you when you're in search of a full time job.

Minnesota universities exception to decline in foreign student enrollment

Published by EGE News December 4, 2017
This fall, the U welcomed 6,060 foreign students from more than 100 countries to the Twin Cities campus — almost the same as last year — while the number of new international freshmen crept up by 1 percent.

International students must decide whether to stay or leave

Published by EGE News December 3, 2017
Haifa Alhumaid, a senior from Saudi Arabia, plans to enroll in SMU’s accounting program after getting her undergraduate degree in May. After that, she plans to return to her home country.

IT jobs in 2020: Preparing for the next industrial revolution

Published by EGE News December 3, 2017
As IT evolves in the direction of more cloud adoption, more automation, and more artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and analytics, it's clear that the IT jobs landscape will change too.

Some Minnesota Universities See Increase in Foreign Students

Published by EGE News December 3, 2017
Minnesota universities have seen a slight increase in international students despite a national decline in foreign college students enrolling in U.S. schools.

International student numbers up at East Texas colleges

Published by EGE News December 2, 2017
Longview-area institutions of higher learning appear to be bucking a recent trend at Texas public universities of declining numbers of international students.

5 tips for scoring college scholarships

Published by EGE News December 1, 2017
Now is the perfect time to begin your search for scholarships. Local private scholarship deadlines tend to be in the spring, but applications for some of the biggest national scholarships are due in the next few months.

Stanford University data glitch exposes truth about scholarships

Published by EGE News December 1, 2017
Stanford Business School officials are admitting that for years they have given steep price breaks to preferred applicants while claiming the scholarships were only for needy students — and say they will close a glitch that allowed public access to thousands of confidential student financial aid records.

Four Things I Wish NYU Told Me Before I Studied Abroad in Florence

Published by EGE News December 1, 2017
NYU Florence is known to be one of the most beautiful study away sites NYU has to offer. Most study away sites have dedicated academic buildings. NYU Florence, on the other hand, has an entire campus — something not even the New York location has.

Psychology, biology students travel abroad

Published by EGE News December 1, 2017
Wright State University students recently found out if birds of a feather really flock together when they traveled to Gdansk, Poland, to study abroad in a College of Science and Mathematics program that focuses on animal behavior.

International students see more opportunity in Montreal

Published by EGE News December 1, 2017
As Montreal’s unemployment rate hovers near record-low levels, an economic development agency is trying to encourage more international students to stay after graduation, but while those students say they see opportunities in the city, many are still on the fence about staying.

Why some international students at Penn opt for STEM majors to keep their visas

Published by EGE News December 1, 2017
International students who wish to stay in the United States must take their post-graduation visa statuses into consideration. For many, visa status plays a significant role in selecting majors, as well as potential job opportunities.

56 Korean-Chinese students visit Korea

Published by EGE Internship January 1, 0001
56 Korean-Chinese students visit Korea

South Korean high school students

Published by January 1, 0001
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The cheapest and costliest universities in the world

Published by January 1, 0001
Class, pay attention: university education for the whole of Germany is free after lower Saxony became last state in the country to abolish tuition fees for students, including those from overseas.

10 Best U.S. Colleges & Universities for Civil Engineering

Published by January 1, 0001
Thinking about a degree in Civil Engineering? Better ch

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT GSE!

Published by January 1, 0001
GSE is coming for you!!