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kierunki studiów w USA; choosing a course in the USA
Uncategorized United States

Courses at unis in the USA

Choosing a course in the USA The courses on offer in the USA differ from those in Europe. And it’s not that you can’t study biology, art, mathematics or International Relations, but the way you choose what to specialise in and the timescales are not the same. Choosing a course in the USA is different…

university without the matura
United Kingdom

Go to university without a high school diploma

Studying without the matura? It’s possible! If the very idea of studying at university  without passing the matura, seems abstract and impossible to you, then you have probably never heard of the so-called Foundation Year, or Year Zero. This is a popular option in the UK. Going to university without passing the matura, and sometimes…

Uncategorized

Changes in student loan

Dear Clients and Applicants,  As expected, the UK Government finally made an announcement on June 23, 2020 regarding changes to fees and access to Student Finance England loans for EU students starting the 2021 academic year. This announcement does not affect students applying for the 2020 academic year. In simple terms, for the typical EU citizen, tuition fees will rise…

druga tura rekrutacji na studia; second round of applications
United Kingdom

30 June UCAS application deadline

The second round of applications to study in the UK ends on 30 June This is your last chance to apply with five choices of  universities and courses The second round of applications to study in the UK closes on 30 June, and is the final opportunity you will have to submit your applications following…

homeschooling
eLearning High School United Kingdom United States

Homeschooling: information and resources for parents, students and teachers

Homeschooling is for everyone How to help kids with homeschooling. Read Elab Education Laboratory’s tips about how to begin “homeschooling” more easily! We know that prolonged quarantine at home can dampen the desire to remain mentally active: but continuing to learn and homeschooling are both very important! Not just to keep ourselves busy, but because…