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WORK-STUDY for internationals

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WORK-STUDY for internationals

Postby vvsukach » Wed, 06 May 2015 12:20:22 -0500

Hello. I am an undergraduate student from Ukraine. I would like to get Graduate degree in USA. But the thing is my budget is limited and I am searching for Work-Study programs for international which allow students work up to 40 hours off-campus starting with the first semester and which would be an integral part of education. Could you please advise such schools/universities in California. Thank you in advance.
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