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On Thursday November 3, 2011 the School of Business and President Dr. Isa Sarac welcomed the Ambassador of Nepal, Dr. Shankar P. Sharma to Virginia International University to address students, staff, and faculty. The Ambassador's message on Competitiveness in Globalization resonated with many students in the School of Business who are currently studying in Global Logistics and International Business.
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Indiana University South Bend is the only comprehensive public university in North Central Indiana and the third largest campus in the Indiana University system. We're a university grounded in academic excellence that also offers the full collegiate experience including student housing, more than 100 degree programs, men's and women's NAIA basketball and a full complement of activities to enhance your college career.
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The University of Kansas, a comprehensive research institution with 14 academic schools and over 190 fields of study, offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees, as well as programs for intensive English study.
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Every year, Vanderbilt offers need-based financial aid to qualified students from around the world. In the most recent admissions cycle, 22 international students from 17 different countries were awarded need-based packages ranging from USD $30,000-$60,000 per year for four years. To be eligible for need-based financial aid, students must submit either the International Student Financial Aid Application or the College Board's International CSS/PROFILE.
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Valdosta State University offers the best of both worlds - the extensive academic, cultural and social opportunities of a major university, and the small classes and close personal attention found at smaller institutions. Students are attracted to the close-knit community where learning occurs in a supportive environment and faculty members challenge each student's potential.
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NeXXt Scholars is an initiative to increase opportunities for young women to pursue undergraduate degrees in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields at U.S. women's colleges.
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The first thing you should know about The University of North Dakota (UND) is that it is a place where students matter. It is a place where students research alongside renowned faculty and those same renowned faculty light up the classrooms. It is a place that promotes balance - learning and growing outside the classroom as well as in one.
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Eckerd College, a small liberal arts and sciences college in St Petersburg, Florida will be waiving the application fee for all applicants until December 1.
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Most college students would cringe at the thought of giving up their daily coffee or caffeinated soda, especially for 10 straight days. Five hundred University of Oklahoma students, however, have been drinking only water, or limiting their consumption of drinks like coffee and soda, since Monday.

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Illinois State University graduate programs teach students advanced skills which prepare them for further scholarly, professional, and creative endeavors. More than 20,000 students -- of which nearly 3,000 are graduate students -- attend Illinois State University each year.
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Founded in 1874, the University of Nevada, Reno, is the oldest university in the state of Nevada. This mid-sized university is a fully accredited public university and a comprehensive Doctoral/Research Tier One University. The academic atmosphere at Nevada is vibrant, challenging, and personal; the degrees earned here will open doors to your future.
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Founded in 1916, UW-Eau Claire continues to build its national reputation based on the achievements of its students and faculty. As one of the Midwest's top public universities, UW-Eau Claire provides students with small classes led by talented professors, cutting-edge programs, endless opportunities to get involved and experience more of the world, and the support they need to meet their goals for success.
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Minnesota State University (MSU) offers more than 140 bachelor's programs and 80 graduate programs. Each year, the university is selected to host U.S. Government-sponsored students on Fulbright, Muskie, and other scholarships programs. Currently, 600 international students from 72 countries are enrolled at MSU and enjoy a safe and welcoming community.
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The University of Richmond will award up to 45 full tuition scholarships annually, renewable for up to eight consecutive semesters, for incoming first-year students. The University will consider all students for the Richmond Scholars Program who submit a complete application by December 1, 2011.
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The inaugural EducationUSA Virtual College Fair will take place during International Education Week this November, featuring over 130 U.S. colleges & universities from more than 11 states across the U.S.!
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Slippery Rock University (SRU) welcomes the exchange of students, scholars and faculty. Currently 76 international students from 36 nations are studying on campus. Over 400 SRU students and professors are involved in a variety of programs in 23 countries.
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The Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University is offering a new specialization, effective September 2011, as part of its M.A. in Diplomacy and International Relations degree.
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