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Let’s face it, there is a very good chance that your undergrad degree has put you in a lot of debt and the only reason you are not thinking about continuing your education and getting a masters or even a PhD is because you are scared about owing Sallie Mae even more money.

But what if you thought outside the box? Did you know that you can get an internationally accredited masters degree outside of the US and do it all in english? It is true, most countries outside of the United States don’t cripple their brightest and best with heavy debt and in comparison to US standards basically offer educations to anyone who can get into their programs for free.

Click on the arrows below to see our list of countries where you can get an amazing grad degree for almost free! Please share this list with as many people as possible on social media and help them think outside the box when it comes to advancing their careers!

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Singapore

Singapore National University is ranked at number 30 in the world, and tuition is only around $4,000 a year for international graduate students. If you are interested in doing asian studies or business this may be the place for you to think about grad school. Singapore offers a melting pot of Asian cultures, a high quality graduate education, affordable living costs.

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Colleges

Watch Whitley Gilbert Passionately Explain Why She Chose To Attend An HBCU Over A Top PWI

Why do some students pick HBCUs over predominantly white institutions? Well in the third season and 12th episode of A Different World, the show waded into the seemingly never-ending “debate” of HBCU vs PWI in which Whitley breaks it down for those who just don’t get it.

Here is TheAntiIntellect‘s description of the episode:

“In the episode, Dwayne’s childhood friend comes to visit him at Hillman and tries to convince him to transfer to the PWI he attended. He makes all of the baseless claims people always make about HBCUs not being a reflection of the “real world,” HBCUs not being as rigorous, and HBCUs not having the right connections. When Dwayne asks Whitley if Hillman was her first choice she, like many HBCU students and alums, answers with an emphatic “Yes!” She was part of a legacy at Hillman that would simply not have been the case had she attend the other school she was accepted to, Georgetown. The episode ends with Dwayne schooling his friend on the many accomplishments of Hillman. This is something that many HBCU students, alums, and supporters can identify as the assumption is always that our HBCUs are not enough and that we are somehow missing out on something by attending them. As this episode shows, the HBCU track record speaks for itself.”

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Colleges

FAMU Alumnus Reminisces About Undergrad Life at FAMU In New Rap Song

Have you heard the new Mic-Lo song F.A.M.U.?

Mic-Lo, a former student athlete and alumni of Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University recently released the music video to a song where he reminisces about “the good ol’ days” and his undergrad experience at the HBCU.

Since the release of song and video on Facebook this month, the video has gained a lot of attention from alumni and current students of Florida A&M University. Now at 16.9+K views, 123 comments, 316 shares, 380+ likes and over 49k people reached its safe to the say the song/video is a hit among current students and alumni.

Check out the song and music video below


Shot by Brent Mendoza

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Back In The Day

Check out These Vintage Photos of HBCU Women’s Sports Teams From the Early 1900s

Time for another blast from the past!

This time we have collected a list of HBCU women’s sports teams and athletic groups from the early 1900s.

Enjoy!

The women’s rifle team, Howard University, Washington DC, 1937.

Scurlock Studio Records, Archives Center, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution

FAMU Students and instructors with tennis equipment. Tallahassee, Florida. 1915.

TILLOTSON COLLEGE: Women’s Basketball Team

Samuel Huston women’s basketball team.

Lifesaving practice at Howard University

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