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Why Earning A Graduate School Degree Pays Off?

DateFebruary 05, 2015

Why Earning A Graduate School Degree Pays Off?

Many underachievers have succeeded in creating a comfortable life for a family and their needs. Although it's a trend that has received admirable remarks, it's not the most sensible of ideas. The matter of earning a graduate degree is a popularly discussed topic in modern forums. Here are truths that every career-focused prospect delaying a graduate-level degree should consider.

It's a sensible career pact for anyone who's interested in personal growth. The rewards of becoming a lifelong learner is an asset. With a desire to increase self-awareness, become studious and expand the reservoir of knowledge, a graduate education is a profitable

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The Years in Medical School

DateFebruary 05, 2015

The Years in Medical School

For anyone who is looking to enter the medical field either as a nurse, doctor or other professional, medical school can be long and difficult. Naturally, it is extremely rewarding, but it also takes up a considerable amount of your time. The further along you go in the school, the less free time you are going to have. However, if this is a passion of yours, it is something you need to look into in order to determine whether or not it is right for you.

For starters, you need to most likely enroll into the school you want to begin your medical degree in as just a standard student. You typically do not actually enroll directly into the medi

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Fellowship Programs

DateFebruary 05, 2015

Fellowship Programs

Many graduate students hope to enter fellowship programs to offset the high costs of obtaining advanced degrees, such as a masters, a doctorate or a professional level credential such as a J.D., M.D. or DVM degree.

An Overview: What is a Fellowship?

Princeton University offers a useful definition of a fellowship: "a type of graduate student support that is awarded to a graduate student to support them in their full time course of study, without the obligation to teach or perform research." Most accredited institutions of higher learning in the United States offer fellowships to students. However, with a few notable exceptions, this form

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A Free University Education - Does it exist?

DateFebruary 05, 2015

A Free University Education - Does it exist?

A Free University Education - Does it exist? Students who are extremely brilliant, yet find themselves short of funds may obtain a positive answer to this question. There are a number of avenues for working towards a free education at some accredited academic institution.

Many Nations Offer Free College Education

Many countries around the world offer free educations to their citizens. For instance, if you are a native born Scot, and you score sufficiently well on any qualifying academic examinations, you can obtain free admission to a Scottish institutions, such as the University of St. Andrews, the University of Edinburgh, the Universi

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Tuition Fees at the Top Universities

DateFebruary 05, 2015

Tuition Fees at the Top Universities

Attending college is still a dream for many people. The cost of obtaining a higher education, however, can be expensive. The following are the top universities in the United States and their current tuition fees. The fees are based on the 2014-15 school year.

1. Princeton University
This private institution in New Jersey is currently $41,820 for tuition and fees. Princeton is known as a private research university and boasts a highly ranked engineering program. Princeton has also recently been ranked number one in national university rankings by U.S. News and World Report.

2. Harvard University
Harvard, the oldest higher education ins

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