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How did you come to choose the U.S. school you're studying in?

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#1 cgearheart



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Posted 07 February 2009 - 08:24 PM

Hello, friends.

I am an anthropology undergrad in the United States, and I'm doing my thesis on the Nepali student experience in the United States. If I'm welcome, I'll probably be back often to learn more.

I am just curious: For those of you who have studied or are currently studying in the United States, in the end, how did you choose the attend the university that you did? If you were living in Nepal at the time you were applying to U.S. Colleges, which resources were the most helpful in gaining exposure to different universities?



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Posted 08 February 2009 - 02:37 PM

Dear Chris,
the living condition of Nepalese students in Nepal is overall frustrating, with less opportunities to raise the living itself. The dollars that they save during their studies in the US, and the charm of US degree are two major factors .. i think
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