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My ILSC: Selin Köseoğlu & her Aussie adventure (part 1)

My ILSC: Selin Köseoğlu & her Aussie adventure (part 1)

Contributed by Selin Pınar Köseoğlu, student at ILSC Sydney “Here, you’ll discover a secret heaven.” I needed to improve my English for school and my future career – that’s why I started to search for countries where I can study English and get my English target. As a result I decided on Australia because it is far away

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My story through pictures: Priyanka Kumari

Contributed by Kathryn North and Priyanka Kumari from ILSC New Delhi ILSC-New Delhi’s Learn to Earn (LTE) program provides English and job skills training to help underprivileged young Indian women expand their opportunities for future success. This is the story of Priyanka Kumari who is one of five daughters and is the first girl in her family to go to school. From

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My story through pictures: Noori Shekh

Contributed by Kathryn North and Noori Shekh from ILSC New Delhi ILSC-New Delhi’s Learn to Earn (LTE) program provides English and job skills training to help underprivileged young Indian women expand their opportunities for future success. This is the story of Noori Shekh who currently studies Political Science by correspondence. She hopes to become a teacher in this field

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Student Stories: Dimah shares her University Pathway experience

Contributed by Dimah Alquwayz, student at ILSC-Vancouver  Dimah Alquwayz, ILSC Vancouver student from Saudi Arabia sat down with us and shared her experience taking the University Pathway Program with ILSC. Read what she had to say about studying in Canada how this experience has helped prepare her for life at university: Why did you choose to study abroad in Canada?

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My story through pictures: Sita Thapa

Contributed by Kathryn North and Sita Thapa from ILSC-New Delhi ILSC-New Delhi’s Learn to Earn (LTE) program provides English and job skills training to help underprivileged young Indian women expand their opportunities for future success. This is the story of Sita Thapa who is the eldest of 6 children and dreams of becoming a social worker. She feels a

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