On exchange in the USA

On exchange in the USA

It’s been on my mind since my first open day at uni. I wanted a big, typical American University. With the dorms, you walk down the hallway and everyone’s got their doors open. What better way to see a country then to actually get to live here for six months. Everything you think about America,

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On exchange in France

On exchange in France

As soon as I started doing French I knew that I wanted to come out and do an exchange in University. Strasbourg is definitely the capital of Christmas.. “Strasbourg capitale de Noel”. It’s quite a small city everything’s really close together you can just walk into town. There was a big integration program for exchange

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How To Save For Children’s Education

How To Save For Children’s Education

Hi There: Rick with rickaugustphd.com talking to you today about your children’s education fund. No doubt university, college, and vocational training, they’re all expensive. So how do you save for your children’s future education? I’ll tell you how my partner and I saved more than $35,000 before my daughter was five- -years-old . Be right

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FAFSA and FSA ID Tips for Parents

FAFSA and FSA ID Tips for Parents

♪♪ It’s time for your child to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA. The FAFSA is the student’s application. But, if your child is considered “dependent,” you will have to provide some information and sign it as well. If you aren’t sure if your child is considered a dependent student for

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