Archive for Month: December 2016

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Five Advantages of Studying in the U.S.

The U.S. is a premier study destination for students from all over the world.

The U.S. is a premier study destination for students from all over the world. According to the Institute of International Education’s 2015 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange, the U.S.

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Summer Camp experience creates self-confidence and instills character in each camper.

Summer Camp experience creates self-confidence and instills character in each camper.
Eagle Pathways US partners with elite summer camps across America, LEAD Adventures. Summer camp registration season in America has begun with many camps now accepting applications through March 2017. Camp sessions begin as early as June and go through August.

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University Summer Programs create opportunity and make a difference when applying for university study in the U.S.

Academic Summer Programs are competitive entrance. Applications are due December through March.

Applications to academically oriented summer programs at renowned universities throughout the United States have begun and will continue into March. Most are competitive entry and can offer students a fantastic opportunity to get a head start on admissions to the top U.S.

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10 Tips on Writing Your U.S. University Application Essay

The Importance of U.S. University Application Essays

Writing essays is one of the most challenging parts of applying to U.S. universities. We estimate that if you apply to 12 universities, you will need to submit 40+ pages of well-written composition.

The best U.S colleges and universities look for candidates with self-awareness, character, emotional maturity, leadership, critical thinking, and demonstrated passion.

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Dirk Thomas talks on the reality of climate change to Peking University graduate students

Dirk Thomas lectures at Peking University on the importance of climate change.

(Shenzhen) December 1, 2016- Eagle Pathways’ Dirk Thomas spoke on the reality of climate change and advocacy to engage this imperative to Peking University graduate students from a wide range of disciplines on Tuesday, November 8th.

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