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of interest regarding International Education, Admission Tests,
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to access the countries, companies, and programs of their choice.
Information regarding the local Education System, cost of living
and studies, administrative matters, way of life, political
& historical background, plus specials on one country every
- International Career Section- Career opportunities
per country, company offers & recruitment, and career advice.
- E-Learning- Information on distance learning, online
programs, and the tools to evaluate them.
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