How to get a top university degree abroad

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Get an academic advisor 2.

Find a local professor 3.

Learn about the university abroad program (or get a scholarship) 4.

Find your home institution (you may have to pay for it) 5.

Make a recommendation 6.

Be a member of the university community 7.

Get your academic advisor’s email address 8.

Check out the local research journals 9.

Learn what to expect in your first year 10.

Write down what you learned from the professor or other professors (and how you learned it) 11.

Do research 12.

Submit a thesis (or research grant) 13.

Apply to graduate school (or apply to graduate programs in other countries) 14.

Take classes in your home country 15.

Apply for jobs in the US or abroad (if you have experience abroad) 16.

Read an academic article on your chosen topic (or a book) 17.

Apply online 18.

Find out what you can do in your country (and apply to other countries with similar requirements) 19.

Apply in person for jobs abroad 20.

Learn more about university careers (or find a job in the United States) 21.

Find and apply to your next job (or attend an online career fair) 22.

Find information on the US government’s research-based career advice website 23.

Become a member or mentor of an international research team 24.

Learn a new language (or take an international language class) 25.

Apply as a research assistant 26.

Apply (in person) for a position in a foreign country 27.

Learn an international trade secret 28.

Take a course abroad 29.

Attend an international conference or workshop 30.

Take courses in a different country 31.

Become certified in a new field (or teach abroad) 32.

Apply with an international association (or be a part of a community-based organization) 33.

Apply via e-mail or social media 34.

Get a job offer (or receive an invitation to a job interview) 35.

Apply by calling your local employer (or through online job boards) 36.

Apply on a job application site 37.

Read or listen to an article on the topic of your choice (or do a search on your favorite topic) 38.

Do a Google search for a subject related to your chosen area of study 39.

Apply through your local college or university (or on your school’s website) 40.

Get help with a job search application (or use the Career Opportunities section of your resume) 41.

Apply directly to a position (or visit an online application center) 42.

Apply or visit a career fair 43.

Get advice on an online course you’ve enrolled in 44.

Apply at your local school (in your home city) 45.

Get recommendations from a graduate school mentor or a career advisor 46.

Apply and receive job offers (or have an interview) 47.

Read a blog post on the subject of your chosen field of study 48.

Write an essay or blog post (or read an online article) 49.

Take online courses on the subjects of your interest 50.

Read online job listings 51.

Join a group of people (or go online to meet others) who share similar interests (or learn about different areas of study) 52.

Go on a field trip or other activity (or work remotely) 53.

Volunteer in your chosen community (or participate in a project with your friends) 54.

Find something to do with your spare time 55.

Take your child (or spouse) to a cultural event or a play (or listen to music) 56.

Go to a local park or open field (and learn about local animals) 57.

Do an online game or game of chance 58.

Visit a local museum or historical site 59.

Join an arts or music festival (or other cultural event) 60.

Participate in an outdoor activity (and get involved) 61.

Join or host a book fair 62.

Volunteer for an environmental organization (or help a local nonprofit) 63.

Take part in a volunteer-run program or event 64.

Join your local park’s youth activities group 65.

Volunteer to clean up a local creek 66.

Become part of an arts community organization (and be involved in a cultural project) 67.

Become involved with a local animal rescue or conservation organization 68.

Become an active member of a local club or organization 69.

Attend a local dance, opera, or other music festival 70.

Attend (or support) a local poetry festival 71.

Learn to play a musical instrument (or write poetry) 72.

Join (or donate) an art gallery or museum 73.

Attend concerts or festivals 74.

Take an international music festival 75.

Attend or support an international theatre festival 76.

Attend, or support, a local children’s theatre program (and help kids) 77.

Volunteer as a field technician or an agricultural technician 78.

Take art class in your own country 79.

Become familiar with an academic subject outside of your home culture 80.

Learn the art of origami (or sculpture) 81.

Learn Japanese (or perform

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