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What are the benefits of studying outside of major cities?

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    IDP Education

    IDP Education

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    Studying in regional city or regional area will benefit you for a three to four years of study work visa, plus you get the option of applying for a regional sponsored visa in your future for the migration if you opt to study in a regional city or in a regional area.

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    New Jersey Institute of Technology

    New Jersey Institute of Technology

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    What are the benefits of studying outside major cities here to enjoy it? We are located a mere 20 minutes from New York City. Students get the college campus atmosphere and enjoy it, but be close to a big city without paying the sticker price of living there. Uh, one of the big benefits as well is being close to all the networking opportunities that New York City has to offer.

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    California State University, San Bernardino

    California State University, San Bernardino

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    What are the benefits of studying outside of major cities with CSU is be it is the best of both worlds. We are not that far from the city of Los Angeles. If you are into the city life somewhere, you know itself has a small hometown feel, makes you feel at home to help you with your studies. But our school also offers a ton of field trips for students to go anywhere across North America. I know they've gone to Grand Canyon, San Francisco, and even done surfing lessons.

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