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GCA visiting Radboud University in Netherlands

Exploring Radboud University in the Netherlands

When I visited Radboud in May, students and faculty were getting ready for the first of many events this year celebrating the university’s centenary. The festivities culminated on October 17th, 2023, with Radboud celebrating a century of academic excellence, groundbreaking research, and a commitment to nurturing the leaders of tomorrow. International students can choose from 14 different English-taught Bachelor’s and 117 English-taught Master’s degree programs. 

GCA Visit to USC - Global College Advisers

Visiting USC – The University of Southern California

The picture might be deceiving but no, I did not make a quick trip to Italy but rather just went to the USC counselor conference in Los Angeles.

With an overall student population of 49,500 and about 21,000 undergraduates, USC is one of the largest private universities in the USA. Students can choose from over 200 majors and can get special advising if they declare a pre-professional interest in pre-med, pre-law, pre-health, and pre-teaching.
Read on to learn more about USC

CommonApp and UC Application open

The 2023-24 College Application Season is officially open 

The application season for fall 2024 has officially begun, as both the Common App and the UC application have opened their portals for prospective students. Now is the perfect time to kickstart your college application journey and set yourself on the path to your dream university.

So what are you waiting for? Head over to the Common App website or the UC application website, and start by creating your account today.

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National College Decision Day – Time to Reflect on College Admissions

National College Decision Day is coming up on May 1st. It’s time we take a step back and reflect on a process that can easily spiral out of control if unrealistic expectations have been set. The college admissions process has been a competitive and stressful one for quite some years now. However, as the world becomes increasingly competitive, the pressure on high school students to gain acceptance into their dream college is at an all-time high.

Dual Citizenship cuts College Tuition Cost

How You Can Save Money On College Tuition if you are a Dual Citizen

Going overseas for an undergraduate degree is becoming increasingly popular. The reasons are many, but the recent stock market volatility and high inflation are making many families re-think the higher education plans for their children. Many countries in the EU provide an excellent education that is much more affordable and readily available not only to their own citizens, but to qualified foreign students as well. If you have dual citizenship, you often can save even more.