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Category Archives: English
STUDY IN GERMANY WHY STUDY IN GERMANY? • High standards of education and international recognition of universities. • Low cost of living. • Professional prospects. • 2,8 million students. • 320,000 foreigners. HIGHER EDUCATION FOUNDATIONS • Universities. • Universities of … Continue reading
STUDIES IN ITALY WHY ITALY? Α Broad Spectrum of Fields. • In 96 Universities, there is a choice among 2,700 courses of study in first Level L, • 2,113 courses of second Level LM, • plus 300 English taught courses … Continue reading
STUDIES IN FRANCE WHY FRANCE? • Excellent academic level. • Tuition free universities. • Professional perspectives. • Precious experience. QUALITY OF LIFE • Students in France are offered benefits and reductions in many aspects of their everyday life. • Benefits … Continue reading
STUDIES IN BRITAIN WHY STUDY IN BRITAIN? • Excellent organization of Universities. • Diversity and flexibility of curriculums. • Reduced tuition for EU members. • Student support. • Free medical services. • More than 100 internationally recognized Universities, College Universities … Continue reading
According to a survey we conducted after the project, we found that most of our students enjoyed the opportunity to interact with students from other countries, to improve their English language skills, and lastly they appreciated group work and cooperation, … Continue reading
This activity offered students an alternative way of choosing a future job based on an online test, the Career Assessment Test, which as a result, gives a selection of jobs that are aligned with their personality. After that, they compared … Continue reading
By comparing the results of MI tests and the those needed for jobs they would like to have in the future, students understood what type of abilities and knowhow they need to possess.