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How I Found Out About TechImpact

A 23-year old college graduate from CUNY John Jay College is determined to get a job as a Web Developer. Groomed by the streets of Gotham (aka NYC), he found himself stumble across a friendly Facebook post claiming to offer a free tuition, 6-month accelerated training program in web development. 134 more words

Can't afford private tuition fees? You may not have to pay!

2018 will be a milestone for underprivileged primary and secondary students in Mauritius since they will be provided with free private tuition by YUVA.

YUVA is going to provide free tuition for primary and secondary students — coming from disadvantaged families — for the next 12 months. 255 more words


Free Tuition Proposal: Request for supporting data

I write this article for the sole purpose of soliciting details, data, assumptions supporting the claim that allocating $80 billion proposed increase to a federal budget line item, defense to education for the purpose of offering tuition-free access to public colleges and universities is possible. 631 more words


1 Hour Free Tuition

Deciding whether to invest in private tuition can be a tricky process – will your child respond?  What if it ends up being a waste of money? 125 more words


Study Medicine For Free At Stanford

Application Deadline: September 29 & October 30

Stanford University, officially known as Leland Stanford Junior University is a private research university, located between San Francisco and San Jose in the heart of Silicon Valley. 551 more words


Study In Germany For Free

Germany, together with Norway and Finland, is one of the first countries to start offering tertiary education for free. Tuition fees were scrapped first in Baden-Wittenberg state starting 2011. 513 more words

Study Abroad

5 things You Should Know When Planning on studying Medicine Abroad

Most students opt to study medicine abroad for various reasons, including lower costs abroad than in their home countries, and a well-recognized accreditation.  However, applying for medicine can be very challenging as there is usually a higher demand than the spaces available per institution The applicant’s high school certificate with good grades and the type of pre-medical degree required are most of the times, not enough. 520 more words