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THE USA: Applying to University

'Why study a graduate course in America?' [VIDEO]

Learn about postgraduate study options from a Japanese student who studied in America

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Choosing the right graduate school for you can be a complicated and overwhelming process.

We spoke to Taro, a Japanese student who studied in America, about why you should choose to complete your graduate studies in America.

Watch the video below and if you found it useful, don’t forget to LIKE it and take a look at our list of useful links beneath it.

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Watch more clips from our Hangout with Taro:

‘How can I make new friends when studying abroad?’

‘What is undergraduate study in America like?’

‘Where should I study, in America?’

‘What classes can I take at community college?’

‘Should I go to community college first or straight to university?’

‘What’s the difference between community college and university?’

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Monica Karpinski received her BA (Media and Communications) and Diploma in Modern Languages (French) from the University of Melbourne, Australia. An art and culture aficionado, in her spare time Monica enjoys film, reading and writing about art.

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