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Scholarship Revoked for International Students at University of Texas at Tyler

“We initially thought we could include you as fellow this year, but the popularity of the program was far greater than expected.” That is what more than 50 international students read in an email from the University of Texas at Tyler, announcing their full-ride scholarship had been revoked. Most of these students are from Nepal and are now trying to figure …

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Should I Study in the United States?

It is that time of year when thousands of aspiring international students anxiously wait to hear from their “dream universities” in the United States to know if they if they have made the cut and to know whether they will be “Coming to America” to study in cities  they have only heard of on the TV and seen in the …

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The Benefits of Studying Abroad

Diana Moore is an international student from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil studying architecture and urban design at the University of New Mexico. At first it may be scary to study abroad, but Diana shares why the benefits outweigh the fears!

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