Why Study Engineering in the USA?

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Engineering is quickly becoming one of the largest professions in the United States. There is no better place to study engineering.

There are many unique answers when posing the question of “How?” How does this chair hold me up? How is that I can talk on my cell phone or chat on the Internet with someone across the world? How did this water in my glass become clean? Although the answer to each of these questions is unique, there is one simple explanation for all of these questions: engineering.


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How to Visit Colleges Without Ruining Your Summer Vacation By Kristina Carroll, CollegeWeekLive

Summer is in full swing, and the last thing you want to be doing right now is sitting in a sweaty college classroom listening to an info session. Well, you don’t have to. While it’s a good idea to go on a few college tours over the summer, there’s no need to spend your entire summer vacation scouring college campuses. Here are just a few ways you can visit colleges and still have plenty of time to relax in the sun.


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How to Optimize Your Resume for a Specific Job By Sharon Groves

Whether you’re graduating soon or you’ve recently graduated, you’re probably excited to finally land a position in your desired field. You’ve spent a lot of time working toward this goal, and you don’t want to waste any time in seeing it through to completion. One of the best ways to speed up your job search is by tailoring your resume. Just a few small changes can make all of the difference in the world when it comes to helping you secure that position as quickly as possible.



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How to Learn About Universities as an International Student By Kristina Carroll, CollegeWeekLive

If you’re an international student thinking about studying in the United States, you might think it’s impossible to learn everything you need to know about the American universities you’re interested in. However, with today’s technology and universities’ increasing online presence, it’s easy for prospective international students to research schools from thousands of miles away. Here are just a few ways you can interact with universities in the United States.


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Where Can I Study Business Near New York City? By Brianna Burrows

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New York City (NYC) in New York state is the largest city in the USA. With nearly 8 million people living in New York City, there is a wide variety of things to do, see, and eat! Many industries are based in NYC, such as finance, fashion, film, theater, food service, and technology. NYC is a significant city for conducting business and a great city to learn business whether you are seeking an associate’s, bachelor’s or master’s degree. Below are four highlighted schools in or near NYC that offer business programs.

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How to Prepare for the College Process Over the Summer By Kristina Carroll, CollegeWeekLive

It’s the middle of summer—and you might be tempted to spend every day relaxing at the beach. But, senior year is right around the corner, and you’re about to be thrown into the whirlwind of college application season. By preparing now, you’ll be relieving yourself of a lot of unnecessary stress. Here are some things you can do to help make the college process go more smoothly in the fall.


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How to Stay Safe During Your Study Abroad By Eileen O'Shanassy

If you are planning on heading overseas for part of your studies, you’re probably really excited about experiencing a different place and a new culture. However, it is important to do what you can to stay safe. Travel always brings a bit of uncertainty, but knowing how to stay safe can be helpful. These are just a few tips that can help you enjoy your adventure abroad as much as possible.



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Ready for Takeoff: How Your College Education Can Start Your Aviation Career Off Right By Lizzie Weakley

If you have always dreamed of being involved in the aviation industry, you might be unsure of how to get started. After all, your career goal might seem very far away. For many, the best way to get started is to go to college. These are a few ways that your college education can help you start your aviation career off right.

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What Students Need to Know About the New Common App Essays By Kristen Moon

The Common App announced some significant changes for the 2017-2018 college admissions cycle. Two essays have been added; increasing the essay selection from five to seven. Revisions have also been made to three of the five current choices.

The Common Application, used by nearly 700 universities worldwide, is the most widely used college application. Students select one essay prompt and craft a response that is up to 650 words. Each university the student applies to, using the Common App, will see that essay. As you can imagine, this is one very important essay.

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How to Deal with Data Loss Jesse Johnson

No matter what program of study you choose, it’s likely you’ll have to access, save, and share a variety of digital documents for the courses you take. This means your success depends on the whims of technology (which can be fickle) in order to protect and access your most essential documents. A number of things could go wrong here.

You could accidentally delete or overwrite your latest draft of an essay or presentation. A virus could corrupt your files. Or a short fall to a hard surface could damage to your computer causing the screen to go dark. Suddenly, it’s like you’re standing outside of a locked house without a key, and everything you own is inside.

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