官方APP下载:英语全能特训(微信小程序版,支持苹果手机、安卓手机)
创办于2003年
UNSV记不住?那就记中文谐音“忧安思危”吧!
  Slow and Steady Wins the Race!
UNSV英语学习频道 - Slow and steady wins the race!

英语全能特训(微信小程序)
UNSV英语学习频道淘宝网店
客服短信:18913948480
客服邮箱:web@unsv.com
初级VIP会员
全站英语学习资料下载。
¥98元/12个月

EDUCATION REPORT - Foreign Student Series #15: International Student Handbook

阅读次数:


VIP会员专享下载:(非VIP会员无权下载!如果想下载,但还不是VIP会员,请点此订购
下载方式:使用鼠标右键(注意是鼠标右键!)点击下面的MP3音频/MP4视频链接,然后选择“另存为…”。
MP3节目录音 MP3节目录音  PDF节目文稿 PDF节目文稿 
文章正文
同步字幕

This is Gwen Outen with the VOA Special English Education Report.

We continue our Foreign Student Series with a report about the two thousand five International Student Handbook. Students may find much of the information they need to attend college in the United States. This guide is published by the College Board, an educational organization.

The International Student Handbook explains the American system of higher education. It tells how to apply for college. It explains the different costs and what kinds of financial aid that foreign students can get. The handbook also gives information about required tests.

The material is organized for both undergraduate and graduate students. Information is included on more than two thousand five hundred colleges.

The International Student Handbook costs twenty eight dollars if purchased through the College Board Web site. You might find it for less at a site like Amazon.com.

Students who want to know about undergraduate education only can buy the Online Undergraduate Edition at the College Board site. It costs twelve dollars and can be read on the computer or printed out. The online version includes links to learn about colleges, prepare an admissions application, estimate costs and find financial aid.

The Web site is collegeboard, collegeboard.com. Or you can write to the College Board at forty-five Columbus Avenue, New York, New York one-zero-zero-two-three, U-S-A.

We are now in the fifteenth week of our Foreign Student series. So far, we have explored the American college system, how to choose a school, and government rules about coming to the United States.

We have also talked about the TOEFL and other tests, the costs of education and the different forms of financial aid. Next week, the subject is how to decide what kind of housing situation to choose once you are admitted to a school.

Future reports will take you to different colleges and universities around the country. And we will discuss working as a teaching assistant.

Our Foreign Student Series is online at www.unsv.com. If you have a general question about American education, send it to special@voanews.com. We cannot answer questions personally, but we might be able to give an answer on the air.

This VOA Special English Education Report was written by Nancy Steinbach. I'm Gwen Outen.

网友的学习评论(0条):
版权所有©2003-2019 南京通享科技有限公司,保留所有权利。未经书面许可,严禁转载本站内容,违者追究法律责任。 互联网经营ICP证:苏B2-20120186
网站备案:苏ICP备05000269号-1中国工业和信息化部网站备案查询
广播台