History degrees analyse events of the world’s civilizations. History students learn about the political and socio-economical causes that led to important past major events, as well as look at history as a fluid process influenced by many complex factors, to better understand our present. History degrees lead to careers in Heritage Management, Teaching, Politics, or International Relations.Read more about studying a History degree
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The United States is home to some of the most prestigious universities and colleges in the world. With over 150 universities featured in international rankings, the U.S. has some of the best business schools, medical schools, and engineering schools. Universities and colleges in the U.S. are well known for academic flexibility and ways to customize your study experience with optional studies and extracurricular activities. Depending on where you will be studying, you will be able to visit iconic places like the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Goldengate Bridge, The Grand Canyon, Mount Rushmore, Disney's Magic Kingdom Park, and much more.Read more about studying abroad in United States
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