International Scholarships for Engineering Students

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As future creators of railway lines, waterways, roads and space shuttles, engineering students are crucial to the development of society. And to support this future contribution, universities and other organizations offer plenty of engineering scholarships and fellowships. http://www.topuniversities.com/student-info/scholarships/international-scholarships-engineering-students
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Study in California

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There are many reasons to study in California: world-class universities with a welcoming attitude towards international students, a sun-kissed climate, world-famous beaches, exciting cities, a high standard of living, an assortment of cultural riches and an undisputed position at the cutting edge of modern technology. http://www.topuniversities.com/where-to-study/north-america/united-states/california/study-california
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Scholarships to Study in Europe

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If you’re a prospective international student planning to study in Europe at bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral level, you may well be eligible for a scholarship. UK scholarships are listed in an article all of their own, as are scholarships for Germany, for Russia and scholarships to study in the Nordic countries. Scroll down the list below for a range of other scholarships to study in Europe… http://www.topuniversities.com/student-info/scholarship-advice/scholarships-study-europe
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Scholarships to Study in Germany

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Not only is Germany one of the cheapest study destinations in Europe, the nation also the home to many esteemed universities within the latest QS World University Rankings. To find out more, take a look at the complete guide to studying abroad in Germany. http://www.topuniversities.com/student-info/scholarship-advice/scholarships-study-germany
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What Qualifications Do You Need to Be an Astronaut?

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What skills and qualifications do you need to become an astronaut? I often heard the answer "perfect vision and a physics degree". While this response is slightly simplistic, it’s not far off the mark. European Space Agency explains that astronaut candidates can apply on the basis of either academic credentials or piloting experience. https://www.timeshighereducation.com/student/news/what-qualifications-do-you-need-be-astronaut
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The Best Universities in New York

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The state of New York is home to two Ivy League universities – more than any other state. But it doesn’t just deliver on prestige; university options include state schools and a number of specialised colleges. If you’re thinking of studying abroad in New York, you’re certainly not alone. According to the 2015 Open Doors report, 8 per cent of all students in the state are international. https://www.timeshighereducation.com/student/news/best-universities-new-york
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11 Best Student Cities in the US

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Although no US cities made it into the top 10 of the latest QS Best Student Cities index, an impressive 11 US cities are listed among the top 75, a proof to the country’s large number of excellent universities and exciting locations. Boston, New York and San Francisco are on the top. http://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings-articles/qs-best-student-cities/11-best-student-cities-us
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