Evaluation des diplômes par WES – Guide pratique pour l’entrée express au Canada

Dans cet article je partage avec vous certaines astuces pour éviter tout délais dans le processus de votre évaluation des diplômes d’études (EDE) pour l’entrée express au Canada.

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Standing in Line With Other New Yorkers for Early Voting: It’s Not as Bad as You Think

After waiting in line for two hours, I cast my early ballot in the presidential election as a new American. So grateful to the Brooklyn staff and for everyone making it possible to vote early in a safe and smooth way!

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My Top 5 Best Spots on the Road: Road Trip in Upstate NY

We planned the best road trip from New York City in less than a week. The most rejuvenating experience for New Yorkers such as ourselves, who didn’t escape the city during the 2020 NYC exodus. After all, we made it through months of NYC lockdown and days of curfews.

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How To Embrace Inspiration Over Frustration in Leadership? : Expectations vs. Reality

One of my enlightenments after watching Boris Grundl, is about idealism. It is when you hold yourself to such high unattainable standards, perfectionism and idealism that you fall into a trap of imagining an ideal self you can never reach. The first step would be to start with where you are, no one is perfect, and it starts with accepting your flaws.

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Grieving Alongside the Lebanese People Across the Globe

Please keep Lebanon in your most compassionate thoughts and prayers. The impact of this disaster is reaching across borders as they are more Lebanese people living outside of Lebanon than inside, they too are grieving their loved ones on top of being unable to travel easily at this time.

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What Makes My Region (Oblast) Unique?

ASTRAKHAN What makes my region (oblast) unique? I thought of many ways to share about my hometown region, even considered digging into some archives to tap into that nostalgia, I will make it informational though. I am originally from the Astrakhan Oblast. The Southern Region of Russia neighboring Kazakhstan, in proximity of the Caucasian states,…

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New York City, 20 Minutes before Curfew

Few minutes before citywide curfew, I was compelled to share the story of this memorable Brooklyn moment of neighborhood life.

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When Would You Consider Yourself Fluent in a Foreign Language?

The CEFR is a system that is used to measure and describe language levels for foreign language learners based on the progressive mastery of several skills (reading, writing, listening, speaking)

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Where in the World should you Study?

The thought of studying stays with some of us for a long time. In this post, inspired by a Quora question, I am evaluating a couple European options.

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Professional Titles in Austria

Are titles are sign of the past? Titles are very important in Austria. You should use last names and appropriate titles until specifically invited by your Austrian host or colleagues to use their first names.

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