"My degree has already helped me land a job I could have only dreamed of before."

AN INTERVIEW WITH GIUSEPPE ZERILLI, COMPUTER SCIENCE GRADUATE - UoPeople

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"I'll be the first person on my mother's side of the family to get a four-year college degree. New York City is expensive and I was once homeless here. My rent alone is almost $1,300 a month, not including utilities and other expenses. There was no way I could afford to pay for school out of my own pocket or deal with the debt of a student loan. Friends I know are still trying to pay back...
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"You know you want to study computer science. You love computers, the field intrigues you, and the salary will make your life easier. But what’s the best type of program to choose, if you want to make smart financial decisions for both the present and the future?"

Diploma vs. Associate Degree vs. Bachelor Degree in Computer Science – what’s the difference? - UoPeople

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Wondering how you can prepare for your studies at UoPeople? Check out the new section on our website!

Prepare for University - UoPeople

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"I am from Rukungiri, Uganda. Like many Africans, I was born into a polygamous family, to uneducated parents who worked as land tillers. I have more than 25 siblings and my father died when I was just a child. My mother was the youngest of his three wives and I had to care for her and many of my siblings.

I had to struggle on my own to go school, which is one of the reasons why I am the most...
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"It’s a well-known fact that people learn differently. One individual might find visual stimulation important for learning, while another student might enjoy reading instead. This fact is just the beginning of the learning challenge. A new wave of students collectively known as Gen Z are joining the ranks with a brand new set of learning demands. Here are three ways to adapt your teaching to...
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"If you have an affinity for computers, you will find that your passion can easily be turned into a career in some growing fields. Pursuing your degree in a computer related field of study is the best way to turn your excitement for playing with computers into a profitable and fulfilling career path."

Computer Science vs. Software Engineering - UoPeople

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"As the effort to achieve equality for all women and girls continues this International Women's Day, here are 10 women who are leading the global push towards climate action, gender equality, and social justice for all." #InternationalWomensDay

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Happy International Women's Day to all of our inspirational students, and to all the amazing women out there! #InternationalWomensDay #IWD
"I grew up in a family with an adoptive mother who abused me physically as a child and emotionally as an adolescent. I dreamed of escaping to college away from home. I graduated high school with top honors and was accepted to several universities. But if I wanted my parents to give me financial support, I had to attend the local community college and then transfer to the college of their...
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Still paying your college debt? You’re not alone. It might not be easy, but there’s plenty you can do to recover with minimum damage. Here are our top tips!

Recovering from College Debt: Useful Tips - UoPeople

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"Failing a class is not the end of the world. Take a deep breath & let’s get to work!"

How to Turn Things Around When You’re Failing a Class - UoPeople

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“I hope my story reaches many people, so they can see nothing is impossible. I grew up in a poor family – my father was a fruit seller and I have eight siblings. My parents tried their best to make enough money to send us to school, yet my older siblings stopped after high school because my parents couldn’t afford the fees. I am now married to my cousin, who earns very little, and I have to...
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"Seven tips for graduates who are willing to take that extra step, and land a great job!"

7 Job Hunting Tips for College Grads Who Want a Great Job - UoPeople

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"After graduating from high school in 2003, I made two attempts to earn a degree, yet both times was forced to drop out after a few semesters for personal reasons. In addition to feeling exhausted and discouraged, I amassed nearly $20,000 in debt – with no degree to show for it. At that point, I believed that my opportunity to achieve a higher education was over. When I first heard about...
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Balancing Work and School: 7 Ways to Make Your Life Saner - UoPeople

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"A longtime teacher himself, now a science advocate and co-founder of Science Genius B.A.T.T.L.E.S. with the GZA of the Wu-Tang Clan, Emdin offers a vision to make the classroom come alive."

Teach teachers how to create magic

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