Category Archives: North America

Mexico Literature

Mexican literature (like all culture in general) acquired, after the revolution of 1910, but above all in the last twenty years, an expressive and human tradition, a responsibility, a physiognomy. The universities are now very numerous and the ruling class participates in a notable way in the cultural movement (it is enough to mention the… Read More »

How to Get to Belize

Arrival Belize Airplane: there is no national airline in Belize. American Airlines, Continental Airlines, US Airways, Delta Air Lines and the Central American Grupo TACA fly direct from the USA; Grupo TACA also flies to Belize from San Salvador (El Salvador). Maya Island Air and Tropic Air each offered flights between Belize City and Flores (Guatemala) twice a day, due to new… Read More »

Costa Rica History

Inhabited, before the arrival of the Spaniards, by indigenous communities not particularly civilized, despite their contacts with the Aztecs and the Maya, the current Costa Rica was conquered at the beginning of the second half of the century. XVI mainly through the work of Juan Vázquez de Coronado. The territory was incorporated into the Capitanía… Read More »

Best Travel Time and Climate for Nicaragua

Volcanoes, islands full of pristine wilderness, colonial cities and cloud forests are among the highlights of Nicaragua. Away from mass tourism, you can travel to Nicaragua in peace and explore its treasures. Try the local coffees in one of the many cafes in the city. With the more than 700 m high Cerro Negro, near… Read More »

Canadian Arts

Canadian art, the art in the field of Canada. The prevailing cultural traditions of the Inuit and First Nations up until the colonization of Canada were replaced by European immigrants. Until the middle of the 19th century, according to thefreegeography, works of art were mainly imported from France and England, while their own artistic production… Read More »

Attractions in Antigua and Barbuda

The islands of Antigua and Barbuda together form a state. Antigua is more densely populated and offers many attractions. One of the highlights of the capital St. John’s is the wonderful cathedral from 1845, which can also be visited. The city’s harbor offers a wonderful view of the sea and there is an open-air museum… Read More »

Study Abroad in Boston University

The application To study at Boston University, you first have to work through a huge pile of paperwork that is important for the application. However, this can be managed very well with the support of MicroEDU. At this point, once again, a big thank you to the entire MicroEDU team. Boston is one of the… Read More »

California Economy

According to allcitycodes, California is located in the west of the North American continent on the coast to the Pacific, so that you can spend wonderful beach holidays there. Winter is also very mild and pleasant in this state, even if swimming in the sea is of course less suitable at this time of the… Read More »

Knoxville, Tennessee

Knoxville is a city United States, American, it is located in the county of Knox (Tennessee), county of Knox]] in the state of Tennessee, is the third largest city in the state. It is also the county seat of Knox, being the most important city in that county. See topschoolsintheusa for GRE test centers in Tennessee. History… Read More »

Honduras Country Information

Name Spanish sailors referred to the coastal waters as “honduras”, “depths”, as the sea on the coast is very deep and they had to search for a long time before they found a suitable anchorage. Location The Central American state of Honduras borders El Salvador in the southwest, Guatemala in the west and Nicaragua in… Read More »

Study in University of California Los Angeles (10)

The campus can best be described as a “city within the city”: huge (you need 15 to 20 minutes to walk from one end to the other), lots of beautiful buildings, lots of green spaces / parks, shopping center, hairdresser, Restaurants, cafeterias etc. etc. Simply amazing! There are also two huge libraries with specialist departments… Read More »

Study in University of California Los Angeles (5)

Courses Since I am studying chemistry in Germany and specializing in environmental chemistry, I took the opportunity at UCLA to take environmental science courses. The first course was called AOS 104: Air and Water Pollution and was based at the Institute for Atmospheric and Oceanic Science. The second course, GEOG 5: People and Earth’s Ecosystem,… Read More »

Study in University of California Los Angeles (1)

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES University: I was allowed to spend my summer 2018 at the University of California Los Angeles. UCLA is one of the most renowned universities in the world, including Laurence Fink, one of the most influential people in the world, who studied here. For me, three factors were decisive in going… Read More »

Study Preparation Abroad

The dream of studying abroad seems to be a long way off with below-average grades or completely without a university entrance qualification. Insufficient foreign language skills can also stand in the way of studying at a foreign university. In many cases, however, it is possible to study abroad despite these seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Study preparation… Read More »

Preparation for Studying Abroad

HEALTH INSURANCE FOR STUDYING ABROAD Regardless of whether you are completing a language course, a summer session, a semester abroad or an entire bachelor’s or master’s degree abroad, you need health insurance for studying abroad. In other European countries, statutory health insurance only provides limited benefits; repatriation transport and the like, for example, are not… Read More »

Study System in Costa Rica

University landscape in Costa Rica Despite the small size of the country, Costa Rica has over 50 private and five state universities. The level of study is particularly high at the state universities. They are larger than the private universities and usually specialize in certain disciplines. National research takes place primarily at the Universidades and… Read More »

Study in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is one of the most beautiful and livable countries in Latin America. According to travelationary, it is located in Central America on a land bridge between Nicaragua and Panama. From the west to the east coast – i.e. from the South Pacific to the Caribbean Sea – it can be crossed by car… Read More »

Costs for Studying in Ecuador

Studying in Ecuador: Costs and Financing There is a fee to study in Ecuador, a country located in Central America according to transporthint. The amount of the tuition fees differs considerably depending on the type of university and course of study. At the public universities, the fees are much lower compared to the private ones.… Read More »

Requirements for Studying in Ecuador

Requirements For German applicants, a secondary school qualification recognized by the Ecuadorian Ministry of Education, such as the Abitur, is the first requirement for studying in Ecuador. Depending on the university, applicants may also have to take a placement test. In this context, the mathematical, historical and linguistic knowledge of the applicants is checked. Preparing… Read More »

Study in Ecuador

Although Ecuador is the smallest country in South America, this does not mean that it is less varied than its larger neighbors. The fact that the opposite is true can already be seen when looking at the various regions of Ecuador, which differ immensely. Regional diversity of Ecuador First of all, there is the coastal… Read More »

Study abroad in Guatemala: Costs and Financing

Study abroad in Guatemala: costs and financing All universities in Guatemala have tuition fees. They vary greatly depending on the university, degree and subject. International applicants should generally be prepared for higher fees than local students. You can calculate around EUR 650-2,500 per year. In addition, there are usually enrollment fees of EUR 50-60. Accommodation… Read More »