Why You Should Go Back to School for a Healthcare Law Degree By Lizzie Weakley

Choosing to pursue a career in healthcare law offers many varieties of positions that can be fulfilling and fascinating to suit nearly anyone’s interests. There is much ongoing debate surrounding our healthcare system and on policy questions such as access to care and bioethics, meaning healthcare lawyers will be in strong demand going forward.

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5 Things to Do the Final Month of College By Robyn Scott

Spring is in full bloom, and that means another graduating class of college students is preparing for final exams and life after university. Many students burn the candle at both ends right up until graduation day and end up burnt out when they’re applying for jobs and giving interviews. One of the best things students can do is think ahead and organize their thoughts, so they are ready to go out there and conquer the world after they finish those last few exams and quizzes.

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Why the Early Decision Process is Not Always a Bed of Roses By Kristina Carroll, CollegeWeekLive

You hear about it every spring. Colleges and universities across the U.S. are becoming increasingly difficult to impress, with acceptance rates falling dramatically year after year. 2017 was no different, with schools like Duke University accepting a record-low of 7.3% of regular decision applicants. You may be asking what Duke means when they say “regular decision”. What separates this group from the entire applicant pool?

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Learning English While On Vacation in the Midwest of the USA! By Brianna Burrows

This post was brought to us by Study in the USA.

Taking a vacation to the United States is an endless adventure! There is so much to see and do, but why not take advantage of your time in the USA to improve your English?! Intensive English Programs (IEP) are short term programs to help you learn or improve your English. IEP’s are offered all across the country, but if you’re visiting friends or family in the Midwest, here are some great programs to consider while you’re on vacation:

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Surprising Education Options: 4 Degrees You Didn’t Know Existed By Kara Masterson

Many college students struggle with choosing a major. Other adults may be bored with their current jobs and looking for a career that piques their interest. Thankfully, numerous colleges across the country now offer a variety of interesting and downright unusual degrees. Even if one of these four is not the right option, these should be able to get potential college-goers thinking of other interesting paths they want to take.

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How the ESL Program is Changing in Public Education By Eileen O'Shanassy

Gone are the days when school districts hired English as a Second Language (ESL) instructors and placed non-native English speakers in all-day sessions geared to teach language skills and little else. Modern ESL teachers are highly trained professional members of the school staff who work hard to make sure that each non-native speaker gets a tailor-made curriculum that will bring him or her into the mainstream as quickly as possible. Here are the key components of modern ESL courses.

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6 Study Tips for Master’s Students By Dixie Somers

You made it into graduate school! Now you can really get entrenched in career studies to prepare for an exciting job, whether that be an MBA or a master’s in public administration. But first you have to develop effective study skills that will allow you to master vital information for each course. The following tips can help you establish a routine that will let you competently and confidently address graduate coursework.

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How to Continue Making Car Payments While Going to School By Eileen O'Shanassy

Life comes at you fast, and before you know it, you’re in a situation that makes you feel like you’re in over your head. Whether you’re starting a family, going to school, or just getting your first loan, life can seem daunting and fast-paced, especially when it comes to finances. When you’re attending school and have car payments to make, you don’t have any room for errors or mistakes. Here’s the best way to continue making car payments or other big payments while going to school.

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Things to Consider When Pursuing a Double Major By Sophia Anderson

Is a double major worth the effort? Where will this decision take you?

There are many questions on your mind. One thing is clear: a double major requires hard work and extra classes. However, it’s also very useful. If you major in two related fields of study, such as chemistry and biology, it will be easier for you to get into a postgraduate program in any of these niches.

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