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How to cope with Stressors as an International Students

Stress is the feeling of being under too much mental or emotional pressure. Stress causes a lot of damage to the mental well-being of international students, however making them sluggish in their studies. This article will discuss how to deal with stressors as an international student. What are stressors? Stressors are psychological events that students […]

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Why More African colleges Should Embrace Online Learning

The learning system in some African colleges is abasing due to some actions that can disrupt the face-to-face learning process. Actions such as teacher strikes, political unrest, pandemic, and natural disasters can adversely affect students’ motivation for learning. However, it degrades the academic performance of students, they begin to lose interest in learning and gaining […]

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Degree And Skill Which Is Important To Student Development

A skill without a degree would be as empty as a degree without a skill. For one to succeed, one needs to acquire both. It is certain that not all having a skill may have a degree and not all degree holders may have a skill. When compared, degree or skill which is weighty? Let’s […]

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How to Crowdfund Your Degree: Benefits

Schooling abroad can be a big challenge because you have to pull the funds that you need to get yourself to the University. Crowdfunding can be the easiest way to make money if you’re good at marketing yourself online and you’ve got a great story to tell. This article discusses what you need to know […]

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Desk Rejection-5 ways to avoid It

Desk rejection simply means the denial of a submission to a journal or any academic publishing outlet. Desk rejection can taste like a bitter pill to swallow on young authors across the world, hence leaving them to deal with the crushing disappointment. Getting a paper rejected isn’t unusual, Idowu Koyenikan writes “Failure is constructive feedback […]

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4 Must-have School Application Documents for International Students

It is the peak of application season for 2022 admissions. As an international student, you’ll probably not know that there are four documents you need to possess besides your travel documents as you apply for that admission abroad. Nonetheless, we have compiled a list of 4 must-have school application documents before clicking the apply button […]

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Young Scholar of the Month (March 2022)

Welcome to March! Our scholar for the month is Kimberleigh Tommy from South Africa. Each month we spotlight young scholars who are doing tremendously well in their different research fields. Kimberleigh has gained remarkable academic excellence and has gone through many academic quests. Here are some of her academic achievements: * Awarded a master’s degree […]

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Getting Published as an Undergraduate

Self-publishing has become a common norm in the society we find ourselves in. People get their works published for different purposes. I have always imagined my name scribed down on the spines of a beautiful novel whenever I read a lovely story or walk down a book shop and run my hands through the coloured […]

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How Many References Should a Research Paper Have?

What is referencing? Referencing can be termed as the act of acknowledging or recognizing the sources you derived your ideas from when writing any academic work. Plagiarism Many people involve themselves in this act intentionally and unintentionally. Plagiarism is taking one’s writing or ideas and claiming them as yours without proper acknowledgement. Poor organization and […]

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Student Funding, Differences and their Benefits

To have a successful study program abroad, you need all the financial support you can get. Funding can come from family members, friends, the school and even the government. There are lots of Student funding options and most of them don’t need to be paid back. Here are some examples and the differences between them: […]

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