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  • Alvinhh's Avatar
    4 posts since Nov '13
    • Hi, I need some advice regarding studying in overseas. My highest qualifications is O level 5 passes. I am considering studying degree in psychology overseas but I can’t decide whether to look at us schools or uk schools or Australia schools . Also, I am unsure which country is more established in psychology if anybody have studied psychology overseas or know a thing or two about studying in us or uk or Australia please advice me.

  • Olivegroup13's Avatar
    1 post since Jan '14
    • Please visit www.olivegroup.org and also post your resume to [email protected] We have more than 15 years of experience in placing students around the globe and are affliated to more than 560 universities and colleges accross the world. 

  • M the name's Avatar
    1,763 posts since Mar '09
    • Originally posted by Olivegroup13:

      Please visit www.olivegroup.org and also post your resume to [email protected] We have more than 15 years of experience in placing students around the globe and are affliated to more than 560 universities and colleges accross the world. 


      Even in the Ivy league?

  • Alvinhh's Avatar
    4 posts since Nov '13
  • Weejia's Avatar
    1 post since Mar '14
    • Hi there, I am an alumni member of a community college (De Anza/Foothill College) in the US and graduated with a bachelor's degree from Uni of California San Diego. I would be please to chat with you and give you more information as I am currently their agent based in Singapore. Drop me an email at [email protected] if you're interested! Do check out our website at www.thecollegewhiz.com too! :) Good luck!

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    1,763 posts since Mar '09
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  • Kinemon's Avatar
    1 post since Mar '14
    • The solid academic reputation of universities in both Australia and New Zealand make them extremely desirable choices for pursuing postgraduate studies. Both nations boast globally recognized curriculum and degree programs. For students considering a master's degree, Australia and New Zealand are options well worth consideration, but there is some difference between the programs offered in each nation. study in Australia

       

      Edited by Kinemon 04 Mar `14, 11:14PM
  • Valen6603's Avatar
    2 posts since Apr '14
    • Hi Alvin, are you stilling searching? You should have go to www.edulink.com.sg for a free consultation with either Ginny or Bill. They are the experts and will guide you according to your interest and abilities. 

      They guided me all the way and whenever I encountered obstacles, they are always prompt and clear on their advice.

       

  • BigBearBear's Avatar
    8 posts since Apr '14
    • It is not where you study, but what you study that matters.  I got my computer science degree in Australia and is now working and living in US, California (Silicon Valley).  I'm a engineering manager who manages and trains a team of engineer here in California for my employer. 

      Psychology is what we (I've migrated to US) in US call "Liberal Arts" degree.  It has similar value to a degree in Ethiopian Basket Weaving, meaning, you'll probably not get a good job with it.

      My cousin got a business degree from the US (Washington DC I recall) and he now drives a tour van in Singapore.

      To each his own and you make your own choices, my recommendation would be to invest in a technical/science degree if you're going to be spending all that money anyway.

  • WhiteCamelia's Avatar
    2 posts since May '14
    • Any university recommendations to do a degree in an Art related field?

      Edited by WhiteCamelia 24 May `14, 11:18PM
    • In Australia that is. I currently hold a Diploma in Teaching from MOE and a another one, Diploma in Art (Teaching) from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.

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