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Studying In America After Havo, Vwo, Mbo, or Hbo: How does it work?
For many athletes, it's a dream to study in America. But how does admission work after havo, vwo, mbo, or hbo? In this article, I'll delve deeper into how it works if you want to study in America after high school, university or if you want to transfer.
What Is A Scholarship? Everything You Need to Know About Scholarships in America
Playing sports and studying on a scholarship. Something you may have heard of before. But what is a scholarship exactly? And why are scholarships so important? In this article, I will delve into the meaning of a scholarship and what you can expect from it.
How Expensive is Studying in America? An Overview of the Costs
If you want to study in America, it's obviously useful to know how much it's going to cost. The short answer is: It depends. There's a big difference in costs between universities. In this article, I'll delve deeper and give you an overview of everything you need to consider.
So you have been playing field hockey in your entire youth career, whether it was at club or high school level, and now you want to play in college? This recruiting guide will help you move in the right direction to get recruited to play college field hockey.
Creating a Standout Highlight Video for College Recruitment
Creating a highlight video is an essential step in the college recruiting process. It's a chance to showcase your skills and athleticism to coaches and make yourself stand out from the competition. This guide will cover the key elements of creating a successful highlight video.
Today, I'm going to spotlight a special university in America. It's none other than the oldest university in America: Harvard University. Harvard is one of the most prestigious universities in the world, where former presidents like Barack Obama and Franklin D. Roosevelt have graduated.
What Are The Required Courses for NCAA Eligibility? An Overview
For student-athletes, especially internationals, the NCAA Eligibility requirement can be complex. With different education systems and additional requirements, it’s confusing as to what the NCAA means by ‘core courses’. In this article, I’ll take a deeper look.
When Can Colleges Start Recruiting In College Sports? A Timeline
If you want to play college sports after high school, you must know when colleges and coaches can start recruiting. Coaches have to follow strict rules and timelines when it comes to college recruiting. An important date is June 15th. In this article, you’ll learn why.
If you want to study in the USA you will hear the word GPA a lot. GPA means ‘Grade Point Average’. But what does it mean if I want to calculate my grades from my home country to a US GPA? In this blog post, we dive deeper into the GPA.
NCAA Graduate Student Eligibility: 3 Things You Need To Know
You've probably seen graduate students on an NCAA D1 or D2 team's roster, and you may wonder: Am I still eligible to play in the NCAA as a graduate student? The answer: It depends. Read on to learn the 3 most important things about NCAA Graduate Student Eligibility.
NAIA Eligibility and Recruiting Rules: An Overview
If you are getting recruited by an NAIA school or if you want to play in the NAIA, you need to understand the NAIA eligibility and recruiting rules. In this article, I break down the rules of academic eligibility, transfers, contact periods, and amateur status.
What Is The Difference Between the NCAA And NAIA? An Overview
The NCAA and NAIA both govern college athletics in the U.S., but they differ in size, scope, and regulations. The schools also differ in terms of academics and level of competition. In this article, I will compare the NCAA and NAIA in depth.
D1, D2, and D3 refer to the three main divisions within college sports, primarily governed by the NCAA. These divisions distinguish the level of competition, athletic scholarships available, and the balance between academics and athletics. Read on to learn more about the different divisions.
Playing college soccer on a soccer scholarship in the USA could be an excellent step for (international) soccer players. Combining soccer at a high level and getting a recognized degree sounds like a dream. Read on to learn everything about soccer scholarships.
How Do I Find The Right College Fit As A Student-Athlete?
Are you a student-athlete struggling to find the perfect school that aligns with your academic and athletic aspirations? This blog post will explore how to identify schools that align with your academic and athletic aspirations.
Student-athletes face unique challenges when it comes to balancing academics and sports. However, pursuing a college degree as a student-athlete not only offers many benefits but also opens up a world of possibilities for their future.
Getting an athletic scholarship offer is a big deal in your recruiting journey. It means all your effort is paying off and you're close to playing college sports. So, how do you respond to a scholarship offer, and what should you consider?
What is a PWO Offer? Compare Different Walk-On Offers
In the world of college sports, there are various paths an athlete can take to join a team. One of the terms that often comes up, especially in the recruitment process, is "PWO." But what does it mean exactly?
Field Hockey Scholarships In The USA With Plus31 Sports
Are you an (international) field hockey player dreaming of playing in the USA? American Universities offer great chances to study and play at the same time with field hockey scholarships. We help you understand how to get one.
Are you playing soccer at a high level but also want to get a university degree? You don't have to sacrifice one for the other. In the USA you can combine both by playing College Soccer while also earning a Degree.
You have been playing field hockey with a great passion at a high level in your country for years. You dream of continuing to play at a high level even after finishing high school. What about college field hockey in the USA?
The NAIA provides student-athletes a platform for competitive sports while emphasizing academics. This guide delves into the intricate NAIA eligibility requirements, from academic standards to transfer rules and more.
Navigating through the college sports recruitment process as a parent can be tough. In this guide, we go over NCAA rules, prepare for visits, and explore ways to support your child's athletic dreams at the collegiate level
NJCAA Eligibility Rules: Everything You Need to Know About
For many athletes, the NJCAA is a great pathway to success both athletically and academically. In this blog, you will learn everything you need to know about the NJCAA eligibility rules, transfer rules, and amateur status.
Knowing how to email college coaches can make all the difference in getting their attention and standing out from the crowd. In this article, we will explore the dos and don'ts of emailing a college coach.
Key Dates and Rules in the NCAA Recruiting Calendar
The NCAA recruiting calendar is a crucial tool for college coaches and prospective student-athletes alike. It establishes specific periods throughout the year when coaches can contact and evaluate potential recruits.