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Going away for higher studies is the very first occasion when the students get a chance to live far away from their guardians and native place. College life teaches a lot more than just studies, it teaches us how to be flexible in life, how to become and independent individual and also helps us in developing life skills which will be utilized all through our lives. But sometimes it's important to move out of the campus in order to get most of the life experiences. Some students think that opting for off campus volunteer activities or work opportunities is the best possible way for them to get
Many people seem to have the wrong image of schools in the UAE with many assuming they are predominantly Islamic-based and tend to "cold shoulder the West". This is very much not the case as schools in the UAE are more open, more accessible and offer one of the highest levels of education in the whole world.
Whilst education is compulsory from age 6 up to age 16, at age 15 the student can decide to either attend Lycee until the age of 18 (to gain the Baccalaureat), or choose a shorter vocational option at a different institution. Although education is compulsory from the age of 6 most children do attend from 2 1/2 or 3 years old either on a part time or full time basis as long as they are toilet trained.
Many students are unaware of the numerous awards that are available in Canada that can help them further their studies. Here we will look at some of them a bit further. This can be an excellent opportunity for students and having some knowledge about them can be very fruitful for them down the road.
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Study Abroad consultants : Admission counseling services for study Abroad: Singapore's multicultural society is composed of four major ethnic groups: the Chinese (76.8%), Malays (13.9%), Indians (7.9%), and Eurasians and smaller minority groups (1.4%).