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Global UGRAD Exchange Program in the US

The Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD) brings future leaders to the U.S. to experience the U.S. educational system, share their culture, and explore U.S. culture and values. The program provides non-degree undergraduate study abroad in the United States on a competitive basis to university students. The deadline is on 31 December 2019.

Festivals Around The World – 2nd Half Of November

Still November And Plenty To Do. Never A Reason To Feel Gloomy. Here Are The Festivals For The Second Half Of November.

Former Senior Education Consultant’s Advice: How to Get into US Universities

Getting into US universities is a long-term process and can be time-consuming. Compared with other English-speaking countries that follow the British higher education system, admissions to most good American universities will be characterized by much more diverse entrance requirements, which means you have to decide where you wish to go and work hard for that specific goal for at least 3 months in advance. For international students, the language requirements at highly-ranked universities will be a huge barrier, so preparation should logically begin as much as one year earlier.

#YTglobal Participants: The Story of Prem Sagar, an Entrepreneur Who Brings Global Learning to Pakistan

Every year, our magazine publishes tens of articles about the events that Youth Time organizes over the course of the year, including interviews with our experts and winners etc. However, we almost never present our participants, those who actually inspire us to move on, develop and grow. The story of Prem Sagar, a young entrepreneur from Pakistan, is a narrative which encourages us to continue our work with young adults around the globe to help them to create and implement their projects, especially those aimed at solving various social issues in local communities. Prem attended our Youth Global Forum back in 2017. Since that time, he has started up his own project related to Education and Development – ILEAD – and on September 18th opening his first Youth Entrepreneurship Summit. We have talked to Prem, asked him to share his story and reveal how each of you can be involved in his activities.

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University Cities – Christchurch, New Zealand

Even though New Zealand was colonized by the Britishers in 1840, it has quite a different history compared with Australia. Some of the oft reported differences are that the earlier settlers, the Maoris, live a pretty good life compared with the Aborigines in Australia. They are also not marginalized, nor are their children taken away and the difference in life expectancy between the two is as high as 10 years. Soon before and after New Zealand was annexed and established as a colony, it was mainly the whalers and pilgrims who settled there.

Former Senior Education Consultant’s Advice: How to Get into US Universities

Getting into US universities is a long-term process and can be time-consuming. Compared with other English-speaking countries that follow the British higher education system, admissions to most good American universities will be characterized by much more diverse entrance requirements, which means you have to decide where you wish to go and work hard for that specific goal for at least 3 months in advance. For international students, the language requirements at highly-ranked universities will be a huge barrier, so preparation should logically begin as much as one year earlier.

5 Tips You Should Consider Before Travelling with Your Mom

Travelling with your mom is much more challenging than with your friends or partners. Due to the “reversed power”, the one who is usually taking care of others becomes the one being taken care of. You will take the responsibility of not only planning the trip and looking after your mom, but also facing the actual generational gap that is sometimes buried under the separate daily routines. The conflicts may rise 10 times more during the trip than in normal life, are you ready for that?

Planning a Start-up? Make Sure to Be Up-to-Date with Advanced Technology

In early July, the Youth Time International Movement welcomed the global youth community to the ninth edition of the International Youth Summer School. This year the annual event was held in the capital of southwestern China's Sichuan province, Chengdu. Read highlights from the event.

Maria-Luiza Popescu Uses Music to Help Alzheimer’s Patients

Maria-Luiza Popescu is young and successful. She is a proud Clinton Foundation ambassador, and the only Romanian chosen for this honor during her years at University. Her work is related to Alzheimer's disease, and she is trying to help Alzheimer’s victims to recover their memory by using musical therapy.

Some Of The Strangest Facts, But Facts Nonetheless

An animal rights law introduced in Switzerland has made it illegal to own just one guinea pig since these are social animals and need a partner. This and many others may amuse you, and yet they are real. Scroll down to read more.

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