Tag Archives: United States

Museum Quarter Houston, Texas

Houston Museum Quarter (Houston, USA) – expositions, opening hours, address, phone numbers, official website. 20 museums, galleries and cultural centers on an area of ​​2 km² – all this is the Museum Quarter of Houston, located on the site of a former wasteland of the 1970s. A tourist who finds himself in the space capital… Read More »

New York Public Library

New York Public Library (USA) – description, history, location. Exact address, phone number, website. Reviews of tourists, photos and videos. The white marble building on Fifth Avenue is the main building of the New York Public Library, the remaining 86 branches are scattered throughout Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten Island. It was organized at the… Read More »

US Population

US statistics identifies 9 areas of the Bureau of the Census. Historically, the division of the country into 3 main regions – North, South and West. US statistics classify cities as settlements with a population of St. 25 thousand. 226 million Americans (over 80% of the population) live in cities, 55.5 million live in rural… Read More »

US Valentine’s Day

Proper preparation for US Valentine’s Day Many Americans mark Valentine’s Day in their calendars months in advance in order to have enough time to prepare. This includes the following: Asking someone out on a Valentine’s date Tinker Valentine’s cards (including purchase of materials) Write poetry or do research Find the right Valentine’s Day outfit Find… Read More »

California State University, East Bay Student Review (4)

Information on the application process 1.Preparations I applied to CSUEB through MicroEDU, which went smoothly. MicroEDU gave me all the information I needed for my stay abroad. 1.1 Insurance We were only obliged to take out health insurance abroad. I completed mine via the following link: www.protrip.de/95356, because there, among other things, a return transport… Read More »

Study in Sonoma State University

My experience with MicroEDU began when I spontaneously went to one of the many events in Münster, with the sober expectation that a semester abroad in the USA would probably be prohibitive (I think I’m not the only student who is short of money;-)). I was quickly convinced of the opposite when I heard that… Read More »

Study Abroad in Boston University

If you asked me what I liked best about my time in Boston, I would say: “Everything!”. In retrospect, I can’t remember anything that I didn’t like or that didn’t help me personally. But one after another. Paperwork for the application, visa etc.? Really no major effort thanks to the professional and friendly help from… Read More »

Statue of Liberty and Central Park (New York)

Statue of Liberty (New York) Statue of Libertyis considered the most valuable gift from France to the United States. During the American Revolution, France gave the United States the Statue of Liberty, a symbol of freedom for the oppressed. It is located in New York City. Highlights of the Statue of Liberty Located on Liberty… Read More »

Utah History

Utah is a state located in the Rocky Mountains region of the United States; It is bordered to the north by the state of Idaho, to the northeast by Wyoming, to the east by Colorado, in the extreme southeast by New Mexico, to the south by Arizona and to the west by Nevada, approximately 800… Read More »

Study in California State University Long Beach (4)

Application process Thanks to the precise instructions from MicroEDU, the application process ran smoothly and was not too complicated. Even for the visa appointment you are well prepared thanks to the “bring along list” from MicroEDU. A little tip, take one of the first appointments in the morning, otherwise everything will be postponed and you… Read More »