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Free postgraduate education in Germany

Posted by on April 9, 2014 – 01:32 pm

Free postgraduate education in Germany

The education in Russia will remain free, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said at a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers Wednesday. He said that the draft law to that effect had been generally approved. The Russian government had been given one more week to improve the document before submitting it to the State Duma, lower house of parliament. Medvedev stressed that the draft law is the most important of those which had been worked out by the government in recent years. The law “On Education in the Russian Federation” is to replace two laws “On education”…

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Germany free education universities list

Posted by on March 13, 2014 – 08:25 am

Germany free education universities list

See our list of the top schools offering free courses online. Learn about what types of courses are available to find the school and courses that are right for you. Online Courses for Credit Plenty of free resources are available online for students who want to learn a new topic, but these free options don t generally lead to college credit. Students who want to earn college credit might want to look for online options that charge a small fee in exchange for access to online lessons. These fee-based courses can help students earn alternative forms…

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Universities offering free education in Germany

Posted by on February 23, 2014 – 05:49 am

Universities offering free education in Germany

With the cost of higher education spiraling out of control here in the United States, students in Europe have long had a much sweeter deal—a college education for free, or nearly free. Some especially generous countries—including Germany, Sweden, and Denmark—even offered free higher education to international students until recently. But recent austerity measures have made it much more difficult for students to obtain a free education, particularly in a country other than their native one. And if conservative politicians in Norway have their way…

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Free Medical education in Germany

Posted by on May 3, 2014 – 11:34 am

Free Medical education in Germany

Look at how many people live on welfare their entire lives. Look at how many people continue having 10 more babies even when they can t afford the first one. I like the idea of free education in general, but look how it works in practice. In Germany you can go to college for free. The result? People get their medical training in Germany and then move to the US to practice where they can earn big bucks. Germany has a shortage of doctors because of the high taxes that pay for that free medical training. Sometimes we don t value things unless we…

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Free education in Germany for Malaysia

Posted by on May 9, 2014 – 12:52 pm

Free education in Germany for Malaysia

Which is why, we have to look forward and strive to do much much better this year. Here s a list of 5 things everybody from the government to the ordinary citizen should look into for the sake of our children. 1. A revamp of the History syllabus The issue: The History syllabus as it is, is too myopic in its scope. The Russian revolution, Ottoman Empire, Alexander the Great, Kublai Khan all used to be part of Malaysian history syllabus. It is little wonder that a complaint against fresh Malaysian graduates is that they lack general knowledge. Important…

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Free education Germany MBBS

Posted by on April 27, 2014 – 06:18 am

Free education Germany MBBS

:Hi I am writing a letter asking businesses to help me fund my college education. I am tring to make it brief, detailed, and delete as much irrelevant and repetitive information as possible. Please give me your best opinions and or recommendations about it. My name is Miss and I am Indian by nationality but residing in UK as a international student since 2007 and completed HND in Marine Engineering with specialization in Mechanical Engineering but my only ambition since childhood is to be a doctor. So I went through the necessary procedures and…

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