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Study Abroad – Life & Culture

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Montreux might not seem like an obvious choice for international students thinking about where to pursue higher education. It lacks the same instant appeal …

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If you’re thinking about studying in Geneva, or if you’re fortunate enough to have already been accepted by a university, then you have a …

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If you were set to begin a degree abroad this autumn, there’s a good chance that the COVID-19 pandemic has altered your plans. Or …

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Creating a diverse and inclusive workforce is not just about virtue signaling. Myriad studies have shown that a diverse workforce leads to greater levels of innovation and …

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Starting university is an emotionally tumultuous time. Amid all the excitement and nervousness of starting a new degree and perhaps even moving to a …

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Germany has been ranked as the best European country for startups for the second year in a row.  In its annual study, research and analysis …

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Switzerland has been named the third best country in Europe for startups, progressing from fourth place last year.   The study, conducted by personal finance company NimbleFins, analyzed …

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Barcelona is one of the safest cities in the world. If you’re travelling to study, either to begin a full degree or as a one-year …

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It’s fantastic that you’re thinking about moving to Munich after you finish high school. As Germany’s third-largest city, it combines a rich history with …

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When it comes to a well-rounded educational experience, location and accommodation are almost as important as study and academics.  If you’re looking for a …