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Santo Domingo.- Starting 4pm Tuesday until 9pm, six popular British universities will be showcasing their  educational offer at the Hilton Hotel, to attract Dominican students, especially postgraduate degrees.

Representatives of Edinburgh Napier University, Middlesex University, Newcastle University, University College London, University of Portsmouth and the University of Wolverhampton are in the country, where they’ll also meet with local university executives and Higher Education Ministry officials.

"Is widely proven that many in the world of business and labor market deeply respect a British education, therefore good job opportunities for those who have studied in our universities is quite high," said United Kingdom Ambassador Steven Fisher.

Fisher said the average cost to study in Great Brittan is lower than in U.S. universities, adding that of the 425,000 foreign students in 2011, 1 % were Latino, for which his country aims to considerably impact the region.

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Written by: guillermone, 6 Mar 2014 12:59 PM
From: United States, Bring Back DT Forum

Pretty nice looking recruits............If I were him let try and sway these girls to study abroad.
Written by: Perception This user is banned, 8 Mar 2014 2:41 PM
From: United States, § 12 - 'A' D'is'CI'P'L'E of P'L'at'O'.
"The English Race".

And The Rest of the World.! End Quote.*

By. Joaquin Balaguer Ricardo.

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