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Facts of United States

Facts of United States

On this page you will find information about tips, time difference, transportation, price level and more in connection with your trip to the USA. Language: English Capital: Washington DC Population: 321 million Religion: Christianity Currency: US dollars Surface: 9,826,675 km2 Worth knowing Passport control Passport control in the United States is usually efficient and fast, despite taking fingerprints and photographing the iris. Customs rules Keep in mind that it is forbidden to bring fruit, vegetables, plants, certain seeds and fresh…

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Tulsa – Glamor and Glory Thanks to Underground Oil Treasures

Tulsa – Glamor and Glory Thanks to Underground Oil Treasures

Tulsa is not the largest city in the US state of Oklahoma, but one of the ones with the best quality of life – on a national level. According to computerminus, Oklahoma is a US state that not only delights its visitors with great landscapes and a cinematic Wild West past. Oklahoma also has cities that are worth seeing and, as the Americans themselves find, to offer. This is especially true for number two in the state, Tulsa. With around…

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Study Abroad in University of California, Riverside

Study Abroad in University of California, Riverside

I did a semester abroad at UCR with my boyfriend and my experience was generally very positive. Regarding the application, I would like to say that MicroEDU was usually helpful. However, I would like to criticize the apartment offers and the associated implementation. We had chosen a host family, but we were told that a few would be difficult to accommodate with host families. We then clearly stated on the forms that we would only like to live together, on…

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Study Abroad in San Diego State University

Study Abroad in San Diego State University

San Diego is a wonderful city. It is right by the sea, the climate is wonderful and there are so many sights that even after half a year you have the feeling that you have not yet seen everything. You have everything your heart desires in San Diego. You can enjoy the most beautiful beaches in California , learn to surf (if you don’t take a “surf class” at university), go hiking to Potato Chip Rock or Torrey Pines or…

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San Francisco Culture

San Francisco Culture

San Francisco is characterized by a high standard of living. The great wealth and opportunities created by the Internet revolution continue to attract high-income, educated residents and workers to San Francisco. The poorer neighborhoods have consequently undergone a gentrification process and many of the city’s traditional business and industrial districts have been driven by the rebuilding of the Embarcadero, including the neighborhoods of South Beach. and Mission Bay. The city’s proprietary values ​​and household income have risen to rub shoulders…

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San Diego State University Student Review

San Diego State University Student Review

Since San Diego State University is not a partner university of my university, I initially imagined the application to be quite complicated. However, that was not the case at all. Top-Medical-Schools.com does this very well. If you have any questions, you will be given quick and competent help by email, phone or in person in Münster. In any case, apply early. The “Semester at SDSU” program is understandably becoming more and more popular with German students, which is why there…

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San Diego State University Student Review

San Diego State University Student Review

Preparation When I started studying at my home university, it was clear that I would be able to complete a semester abroad at the beginning of 2015, as required . After much deliberation among universities in the United States , San Diego State University ultimately won and I began applying to college. It should be emphasized the potential fantastic job, Topschoolsoflaw.com within the application period has made – it was a full information about the university, the city, VISA provides…

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San Diego State University Student Review

San Diego State University Student Review

Preparation I am currently studying for a master’s degree in business administration at the University of Paderborn and it was clear to me that I definitely wanted to do a semester abroad. The standard programs at our university there mostly concern Finland or similar “cold countries”. However, my dream was to study in America one day and preferably in California, which already has a magical aura around it. After a little research on the Internet, I came across San Diego…

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SDSU Student Review

SDSU Student Review

I can only advise everyone who has to / wants to do a semester abroad to go to San Diego – because this is definitely one of your best times full of party, sun, beach and of course university, but it is absolutely fantastic! Candidate I applied to SDSU through College Contact. I would definitely recommend that to everyone because it saves you all the formal affairs with the SDSU, which is carried out by the nice and always helpful…

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San Diego State University Student Review

San Diego State University Student Review

After graduating from high school in 2013, I had the dream of visiting the USA , especially California . This dream was to come true in 2016, but there was still a long way to go. I started organizing for my goal “ San Diego State University – 2016” in September 2015, about a year in advance. I would recommend everyone to find out as early as possible, as such an application for studying abroad (especially as a freemover) requires…

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San Diego State University Student Review

San Diego State University Student Review

Courses I have taken 3 master’s courses in business administration – so-called special sessions. Special sessions are only among international students and therefore not with Americans (“off campus”). It was compulsory to take at least 2 subjects as special sessions. A course (and other courses at an additional cost) can therefore also be selected “on campus”. Entrepreneurship [MGT 724 – Mr. Schulte] Best lecture in my entire course of study . Unfortunately, it is very time-consuming with Mr. Schulte (with…

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California State University Fullerton Student Review

California State University Fullerton Student Review

I’ve always wanted to go to the USA. But don’t just go on vacation there and walk through New York as a tourist and take photos of skyscrapers; no, I wanted to live there and feel the “American way of life” , immerse myself in the culture and everyday life and fade in. Again and again I put off planning such a stay abroad because it was so much effort and so much money . However, once you take it…

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California State University Fullerton Student Review

California State University Fullerton Student Review

I did my semester abroad (Spring Semester 2010) at California State University Fullerton. At around $ 5000 per semester, the course is of course much more cost-intensive than we are used to in Germany (despite tuition fees), but compared to other Californian universities this university is more in the low-priced lower mid-range. In addition, there is health insurance, which is compulsory and without which you will not even be admitted to study. You can try to complete this in Germany…

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University of California Los Angeles Extension Student Review

University of California Los Angeles Extension Student Review

Intro As part of the dual study program, I had the opportunity to study full-time abroad for one semester . Unlike in Germany, where I work full-time and attend lectures in the evenings and on weekends , I was sure that this would be a great experience ! Since I had already spent a year in high school in Venice, I really wanted to go back to Los Angeles and UCLA there , known as a renowned university with a…

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Boston University Student Review

Boston University Student Review

Application process and preparation The application process is not easy, but it can be done well. Checklists are made available to you and you can always rely on help and support from Top-Mba-Universities.com if you have any problems or questions. The most complex thing besides all the paperwork is visiting the embassy for the student visa and ensuring all vaccinations. A valid passport and a corresponding result on a TOEFL etc. are of course mandatory. The three of us took care…

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New York Travel Guide

New York Travel Guide

Start spreadin ‘the news you are going on a city break to New York! Your Vagabond shoes long to wander right through the heart of the city, while humming Frank Sinatra’s classic. Here’s the guide you need to plan your visit to The Big Apple. New York – the big city that never sleeps The legendary city of New York is a favorite destination for us Norwegians. The city is often referred to as “the city that never sleeps” because…

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