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‘Why should I study in America’s Mid-West?’ [VIDEO]

Often called the ‘heartland’ of America, studying in the Mid-West is a cultural experience that is uniquely American. Find out why you should study in the Mid-West.

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Amidst the nation’s big business and what is called the ‘real’ America, studying abroad in the Mid-West gives students a chance to get to know a US they don’t see on television.

We spoke to Richard, an admissions officer at Northern State University, about what students can gain by studying abroad in America’s Mid-West.

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

 

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Watch more clips from our Hangout with Richard O'Rourke:

'What is the average day for an admissions officer like?'

'What documents should I include in my university application?'

‘How is an American admissions office structured?’

'What tips can you give for writing a university application?'

'What makes a university application stand out?'

‘What should I do if I haven’t heard back from an admissions office?’


 

 

 

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