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Score a Scholarship to Study in the USA

Almost all of the colleges and universities in the USA offer scholarships to students with exceptional grades and academic performance. In fact, many of these schools also offer scholarships specifically designed for international students. Here's an overview of scholarships available at BridgePathways partner universities.

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OPT vs. CPT: Can University Students Work on an F1 Visa?

Most students who plan to study abroad in the U.S. In particular, they might be wondering if they are allowed to work on their F1 visa while attending university (or after they graduate). The short answer is yes, they can! However, it’s important to be aware of the regulations.

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Living in Bangor, Maine – Home of Husson University

Husson University International students have a lot of choices on where to study abroad. Just in America alone, there are 50 different states, five distinct cultural regions, and thousands of universities accepting international students! Here at BridgePathways, we have partnerships with colleges and universities across the country, including Husson University, in Bangor Maine. Why should […]

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The University Experience in the U.S. vs. the U.K.

The U.S. and U.K. may share a common language, but there are lots of cultural differences between these two countries. This is also true of the university experience. Learn about the differences in how you choose your course of study, the types of classes you will take and the extracurricular activities you’ll take part in as a student at a U.S. vs. U.K. university.

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Bridge Students Give Back to the Community at Manhattanville College in New York

Bridge General English and Pathways students at Manhattanville College in Purchase, New York, learned about the U.S. tradition of giving back over the holidays. Volunteers took part in an annual food donation and distribution event called the Basket Brigade.

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Bridge Review Results in Maximum Reaccreditation

Denver-based Bridge Education Group (Bridge) announced that following a recent evaluation, the organization has been granted a five-year reaccreditation by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET). This reflects the maximum length of time possible for reaccreditation.

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BridgePathways Adds Three New University Partners

Following the recent opening the BridgePathways centers at Manhattanville College in New York and Western New England University in Massachusetts, Bridge is proud to announce three more university partners. The addition of Capital University in Ohio, Concordia University, St. Paul in Minnesota, and Metropolitan State University of Denver in Colorado, brings the total number universities […]

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Western New England University Named College of Distinction

The esteemed Colleges of Distinction guidebook has featured Western New England University as one of the country's top schools. This guidebook goes beyond data and instead evaluates universities based on student-centered criteria, including student engagement, quality of instruction, vibrance of the learning community and successful student outcomes.

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Capital University Piano Professor to Perform at Carnegie Hall

Esteemed professor of piano at Capital University’s Conservatory of Music, Dr. Tiangshu Wang, is slated to perform at the legendary music venue, Carnegie Hall in New York. Dr. Tiangshu, who is head of the Keyboard Area at the Conservatory, will perform a solo recital featuring compositions by Mozart, Chopin and Liszt, as well as works with Chinese elements. The concert is November 12th at 2 p.m., with a special on-campus preview performance November 9th at 8 p.m. Capital University Conservatory of Music graduates have established themselves as professional performers, teachers, conductors, composers and music industry entrepreneurs. Contact an advisor to learn how you can join the international student community at Capital in this or one of 60 undergraduate programs.

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New Social Research Center at Colorado Mesa University Releases First Poll Results

With the goal of providing applied research opportunities for undergraduate students, Colorado Mesa University recently launched a new social research center. The center, created in partnership with Rocky Mountain PBS, has just released the results of its first poll, focused on the upcoming elections. “No other university in Colorado is currently polling Coloradans,” said CMU President, Tim Foster. “We saw the need and are fortunate that Rocky Mountain PBS is joining with us to meet that need.” Colorado Mesa, named #1 public liberal arts school in Colorado by Washington Monthly Magazine is committed to making the international student experience exceptional. Contact a BridgePathways advisor for more information on admissions.

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