Traveling in Belize

Traveling in Belize

Belize – Climate and the best time to travel Belize lies in the area of ​​the ever-humid tropics, the climate in Belize is tropical-humid, with winds that blow mainly from the Caribbean (northeast trade winds). The temperature differences between the coolest season (December to March) and the hottest (May to September) are relatively small. The […]

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Bahamas Overview

Bahamas Overview

(Commonwealth of The Bahamas). State of Central America (13,943 km²). Capital: Nassau. Population: 395,361 (2017 estimate). Language: English. Religion: Protestants 34.9%, Catholics 12%, Anglicans 13.7%, others 27.7%. Currency unit: Bahamian dollar (100 cents). Human Development Index: 0.807 (54th place). Borders: Atlantic ocean. Member of: Commonwealth, OAS and UN, EU associate, WTO observer . ECONOMY The […]

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Antigua and Barbuda Overview

Antigua and Barbuda Overview

(Antigua and Barbuda). State of Central America (443.9 km²). Capital: Saint John’s. Population: 102,012 (2017 estimate). Language: English (official), Creole-English. Religion: Anglicans 17.6%, Seventh-day Adventists 12.4%, Pentecostals 12.2%, Moravians 8.3%, Catholics 8.2%, other Christians 7.7%, non-religious / atheists 5.9%, Methodists 5.6%, others 22.1%. Currency unit: East Caribbean dollar (100 cents). Human Development Index: 0.78 (70th […]

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Emigration to the USA

Emigration to the USA

Area: 9,826,675 km² Population: Population 327,774,344 (23 May 2018) Population density: 33 E / km² Form of Government: Federal Republic System of Government: Presidential system Neighboring countries: Canada, Mexico Capital: Washington DC National language: English (Spanish) Religions: The government does not keep a register of the religious status of the residents 33.1% Protestants 22.1% Catholics 2.4% Jews 1.7% Orthodox 0.35% Jehovah’s Witnesses Currency: US dollars […]

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UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies

UCLA Reviews (11)

Organizational matters: The nice contact and the quick processing left nothing to be desired. Organizing the visa was just as straightforward. For a week I got the documents like passport, photos, financial status receipt etc. and off we went to the consulate in Frankfurt. After a shockingly unfriendly “greeting” at the entrance, the rest was […]

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UCLA Social Sciences Computing

UCLA Reviews (10)

Anyone who, like me, wants to gain a bit of international experience shortly before the end of their studies but cannot take the time for months of preparation or long application deadlines often finds it difficult to organize an attractive semester abroad. Since I had already decided to go to California, I just had to […]

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Student Committee for the Arts at UCLA

UCLA Reviews (9)

This summer I did a Summer Session (Session C) at the University of California from August 7th to September 15th. The aim of this six-week stay abroad was on the one hand to improve my knowledge of English and to attend two courses at UCLA. Registration for this summer session took place in March of […]

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Humanities Division - UCLA

UCLA Reviews (7)

The information from the university was very numerous, almost overwhelming and complicated. With many different platforms and offers (from housing to courses to student representation, etc.). But since you got all the documents (forms, processes, applications, etc.), it was easy again . I decided on “ Principles of Economics ” and “ Comparative Political Systems ” and […]

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Department of Philosophy - UCLA

UCLA Reviews (6)

Since it has always been my wish to live in California for a while, I decided in spring 2012 to take part in the UCLA Summer Session Program. That decision was one of the best I’ve made so far. The program is ideal for high school graduates, students and graduates who not only want to […]

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