• Do I get accepted or refused in scholarships depending on my face in passport ?

    Hello everyone you good ? I am about to have a scholarship but as you know they ask about Passport copy beside College transcript & TOEFL test so my picture in passport is clean , clear and I look nice and elegant but I have little bit of beard so will this affect the situation by getting rejected because you... show more
    Hello everyone you good ? I am about to have a scholarship but as you know they ask about Passport copy beside College transcript & TOEFL test so my picture in passport is clean , clear and I look nice and elegant but I have little bit of beard so will this affect the situation by getting rejected because you know some say ( Oh he has beard he must be a terrorist or muslimbrother reject him from this scholarship ) so is this true ?? or they will judge me when they see me in real life and interview me in embassy ?.
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is this even possible? I just had the biggest coincidence of my life.?

    So back when I was in High School (5 years ago) in a suburb somewhere in Iowa, I barely knew this foreign exchange student from Izmir, Turkey. Today I was walking in a random, small shopping mall in a suburb of Istanbul, Turkey and I couldn't believe it but I recognized this girl, and we both stared at each... show more
    So back when I was in High School (5 years ago) in a suburb somewhere in Iowa, I barely knew this foreign exchange student from Izmir, Turkey. Today I was walking in a random, small shopping mall in a suburb of Istanbul, Turkey and I couldn't believe it but I recognized this girl, and we both stared at each other, and it turns out it was that foreign exhange student. What are the chances? Seriously. Wow.
    6 answers · 7 days ago
  • If you go study in a foreign country and get a university degree can you get the job in your original country?

    Best answer: Depends on your country of citizenship & where you go to school. For medicine, ALWAYS study in your country of citizenship to ensure your best chance of passing your country's medical exams & qualifying in your country. E.g. for Americans, there are no longer enough residency positions for all the... show more
    Best answer: Depends on your country of citizenship & where you go to school. For medicine, ALWAYS study in your country of citizenship to ensure your best chance of passing your country's medical exams & qualifying in your country. E.g. for Americans, there are no longer enough residency positions for all the Americans earning MD degrees from US medical schools. Earning a bachelor's in medicine or less than MD degree is a severe handicap - you'd be highly unlikely to pass all 3 phases of USMLE exams, and even if you did pass, you are unlikely to get hired when there are so many Americans with US MDs competing for such jobs.

    For any licensed occupation, e.g. any health-related profession, engineering, law, etc. a foreign degree is likely to be a handicap in passing exams, getting licensed, and actually getting a job. First, the foreign degree has to be acceptable to even qualify to sit those exams.

    For liberal arts degrees, e.g. history, art restoration, or a variety of other majors, studying abroad could be an advantage. E.g. the top-rated school in your chosen field could be abroad. Or a degree from Oxford or Cambridge is always highly regarded. If you went into, say, art history intending to get a master's in art restoration, studying art history in Europe could be helpful, or going to Courtauld's in London is the best art restoration program in the world. (But Buffalo State, that's NOT University at Buffalo!, is ranked among the best in the world if you cannot go to Courtauld's.)

    Since you only mention professional licensed occupations, if you're American, you go to US schools - the most highly rated schools you can get into.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • I am concerning to continue my studies after getting my medical certificate. to study surgery which one is better Japan or Korea?

    Best answer: From what has been shown on the news, including and especially that university student from the U.S., Otto Warmbier, who returned home to the U.S. in a vegetative state after having sustained "extensive brain damage" in their custody and then died, perhaps you may choose to forgo Korea right now.
    Best answer: From what has been shown on the news, including and especially that university student from the U.S., Otto Warmbier, who returned home to the U.S. in a vegetative state after having sustained "extensive brain damage" in their custody and then died, perhaps you may choose to forgo Korea right now.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Help me decide where to move. #student?

    Hello guys I m a foreign medical student currently planning to move to the US in March 2019. I m considering living in Chicago while study and prepare for my medical license exams.. Do you think it will be possible to find a job "like in a restaurant or something that doesn t require a degree" within a... show more
    Hello guys I m a foreign medical student currently planning to move to the US in March 2019. I m considering living in Chicago while study and prepare for my medical license exams.. Do you think it will be possible to find a job "like in a restaurant or something that doesn t require a degree" within a month that will help me pay all my living expenses in Chicago or would you advise me to go to someplace else? Please help me decide because I got no connections in the US and I m kind of on my own. Any info you give will be of help. Thank you
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What jobs can I easily get into working abroad?

    I live in the uk. Am under 21 I study hair no but hate it it’s there anything I can get into abroad? Even a cruise etc Serious answers only
    I live in the uk. Am under 21 I study hair no but hate it it’s there anything I can get into abroad? Even a cruise etc Serious answers only
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Am I allowed to live alone at 17 while doing college in the uk?

    I moved to spain recently with my whole family and am currently 16( I do not like it here much) and my parents decided it’s okay for me to go back to the uk when I’m 17 to go to college. But have no idea what help or if I’m even able to live alone at 17. I have no family in the uk to live with and really want to be... show more
    I moved to spain recently with my whole family and am currently 16( I do not like it here much) and my parents decided it’s okay for me to go back to the uk when I’m 17 to go to college. But have no idea what help or if I’m even able to live alone at 17. I have no family in the uk to live with and really want to be able to do my course in the uk. Any ideas ? Am I allowed? Is it possible ?( my family do not want to move back for many reasons so please don’t give that as a idea)
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • My older sister is leaving to study abroad in Spain?

    I am going to miss her a lot. She is 20 and I'm 13, by the way. But anyways, I've never been gone from her more than 2 months. She is going in January, and is coming back in May. Going to Spain isn't that much of an option, I have never left the USA before and I am not good at eating, so I probably... show more
    I am going to miss her a lot. She is 20 and I'm 13, by the way. But anyways, I've never been gone from her more than 2 months. She is going in January, and is coming back in May. Going to Spain isn't that much of an option, I have never left the USA before and I am not good at eating, so I probably would starve there. It's also too expensive. It is so stressful, as I am going to miss her so much. It will feel weird, as there is no one to play games with, fight with, ect. It's not like 4-5 months are gonna pass by fast anyways, as school is stressful for me and it passes by slowly. What do I do about this?!?!
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Whats the best way to study for exams?

    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • As an EU student how come I have to apply for student loan in the UK after my course has started?

    Do I not pay my fees before? I have read the application form on UCAS but I can't really see through the system (since they even ask for deposit for accomodation which does make sense but I got confused with the loan)
    Do I not pay my fees before? I have read the application form on UCAS but I can't really see through the system (since they even ask for deposit for accomodation which does make sense but I got confused with the loan)
    3 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Level 3 apprenticeships or degree level apprenticeships in a business related subject such as management, administration?

    I hate doing exams will level 3 or degree level apprenticeships have a lot of exams like university
    I hate doing exams will level 3 or degree level apprenticeships have a lot of exams like university
    1 answer · 3 weeks ago
  • Why can't i get straight a's when i study sooo harddd!!!?

    I'm in 10th grade, and I always study sooo hard before all my tests, and I still can't get straight A's!!. I get a lot of C's and B's. It's really unfair, because my friends don't even study that much and they can easily get straight A's. I don't get it, I don't muck around... show more
    I'm in 10th grade, and I always study sooo hard before all my tests, and I still can't get straight A's!!. I get a lot of C's and B's. It's really unfair, because my friends don't even study that much and they can easily get straight A's. I don't get it, I don't muck around in class, I always do my homework, always study super hard, why can't I get straight A's. What is wrong with me?!!!
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I need life experienced people advice?

    So I'm not going to waste time i need another person's advice on my situation...i'm a 20 year old guy from european and my dream is to study abroad in a eastern country but my parents dont have the financial means...i go to my city's college and still live with them, im proactive so i came up with... show more
    So I'm not going to waste time i need another person's advice on my situation...i'm a 20 year old guy from european and my dream is to study abroad in a eastern country but my parents dont have the financial means...i go to my city's college and still live with them, im proactive so i came up with an idea to achive my dream...selling cupcakes....at schools because they have the demographic most likely to buy me cupcakes (5 and 6 graders) i'm thinking to go and talk to the principal explaining my situation and ultimately setting up a table next to the school's bar and sell it on breaks...moraly it sounds ok to me...but is the principal likely to help me?being a public institution or...thanks
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can I Study Abroad with Braces?

    Best answer: Consult with your orthodontist first, before getting braces,
    You would need to research costs for upkeep in Germany. I would assume the doctors would need to consult, which shouldn’t be a problem in this day and age.
    Best answer: Consult with your orthodontist first, before getting braces,
    You would need to research costs for upkeep in Germany. I would assume the doctors would need to consult, which shouldn’t be a problem in this day and age.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Beginner lessons for spanish?

    Best answer: Even "baby books" - the read-to-me's for very young children - would likely have simple past tense. But start looking for "baby books" in libraries (public libraries) to start. It will help you develop vocabulary. And if you are in a college-level language course, you should be getting to... show more
    Best answer: Even "baby books" - the read-to-me's for very young children - would likely have simple past tense. But start looking for "baby books" in libraries (public libraries) to start. It will help you develop vocabulary. And if you are in a college-level language course, you should be getting to past tense very shortly.

    Stretch! Choose things which are a bit above your current level if you are serious about learning, developing skills. Also listen to things like Spanish-language news & programs on cable TV or online (youtube). No, you won't understand it all to begin with, but you will start becoming acclimated to rhythms, patterns, intonation, pronunciation, and that will serve you well as you progress. Try about 10 minutes a day, then to 15-min., etc.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago