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A Safety Guide for Studying Abroad

A few days ago, the Education Abroad Service Center of the Ministry of Education and Xinhuanet jointly held the 2022 China International...

The proportion of Peking University graduates studying abroad dropped from 30.01% in 2019 to 18.90%

Recently, many prestigious colleges and universities have released reports on the employment of 2021 graduates. According to statistics from...

Studying abroad in 2021, the restart of the “diversified” era

"Starting from Beijing, after a month of long visa waiting, crowded check-in, flying, transfer, and entry, I finally arrived in Boston." This...

Please Be Responsible for Your Pets That Accompany You While Studying Abroad

Many international students choose to have pets in order to relieve some of the loneliness while studying aboard. The first thing you...

Opportunities for studying abroad during the pandemic

Since 2020, people all over the world have been affected by the Virus. Whether it is work, education, or life, we have...

What Impact Does Covid-19 Have on Studying Abroad?

Now that the COVID-19 is spreading globally, following the official announcement of IELTS to cancel the March examinations in Mainland China, PTE,...
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