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Want a competitive edge? Think University of Cincinnati (USA)

We live in a competitive world — a world where we need to continuously seek opportunities if we’re to get ahead of the pack.

The University of Cincinnati can give you the edge over other students through its Cooperative Education Program.

Cooperative Education is the practice of alternating your studies with paid work related to your major. It may be a term new to many of us but, with its program ranked among the best in the US*, Cooperative Education is something the University of Cincinnati knows a lot about.

The University of Cincinnati is the global birthplace of cooperative education. In 1906, 27 engineering students at the university piloted the program and now, 100 years and 43 countries later, generations of students worldwide have followed their lead.

The university’s links with industry stretch beyond the cooperative program. Its alliances with major computing vendors such as SAP, Microsoft, Oracle, Dell and IBM ensure you always have access to the latest software and hardware on campus. Plus the UC has its own mobile plan that allows you to get free phones and discounted service plans.

Other reasons the university attracts students from 100 different countries include its nationally recognised faculty, its extensive range of academic programs, and students’ ability to study abroad, conduct research and lead clubs and organisations.

All this at a cutting-edge urban campus that’s just minutes away from the entertainment and cultural opportunities that led to Cincinnati being named one of America’s “Best Cities”.

*U.S. News & World Report

To learn more about cooperative education or studying at UC, contact a counsellor.

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please let me know the way of applying the scholorship as a international student

How can I apply for a graduate assistant position for a part-time graduate study?

i want to study in america but there is one problem with me
i cannot affort the feeses so is it possible that i study there and after study i do parttime for my fesses you can send me mail on the same adress ok thankz
your obbidient
jawad hussain

are there any courses for people like me ,as i am a dr and 40+ and since long on job.

BA of music -Vocal and piano

I'm turning 41 this year and would like to know if I still qualified to apply for any scholarship available at University of Cincinnati. I am a Bachelor of Technical Teacher Education graduate (October 2004) with major in Civil Engineering Technology and a Licensure Exam for Teacher passer (LET August 2005). Thanks for your immediate reply and information.

I am a Nigerian and I want study in the the University of Cincinnati, but I don't really know the qualifications I should have in order to meet the University requirement. Also I am a secondary school leaver with only my secondary school certificate examination(SSCE)(2005) qualification, am I qualified to go for any of the scholarships available at the university of Cincinnati? if yes endeavor to let me know.

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