A Farmer’s Son of San Ramón Became the 1st Blind Engineer in Costa Rica

The young David Campos became the 1st blind engineer graduated in Costa Rica. This Ramón resident received his highest award; Computer Engineer...

Would You Like to Study in the United States?

If you are interested in studying in the United States, attend the EducationUSA Costa Rica STEM Fair 2019 in which 12 secondary...

Juvenile Triathletes of Liberia Train in the Negro River Because of a Rise in...

The Liberia triathlon team must train in rivers as it prepares to play at the end of the month the qualifiers for...

Best Ways To Make Money In College

It is always about the money and students are the category that feels it most. The thing is that it seems like an endless...

US Schools Offer Employment to Costa Rican Teachers

Muriel Bonilla is a Costa Rican teacher who has been working for 4 years in a school in North Carolina, United States, thanks to...

FOD and the United States Embassy Seek to Bring Young Women to Science and...

Through technological workshops aimed at women between 15 and 20 years old, from vulnerable areas, the Omar Dengo Foundation (FOD) and the United States...

200 Residents of Limón Receive Scholarship to Learn English Thanks to the “Alliance for...

A group of 200 people from the central canton of Limón will begin English classes in March, due to the Alliance for Bilingualism (ABi)...

Students in the USA sleep 6.5 hours on average, according to the recent survey.

Happysleepyhead asked 10,000 students in the USA. In the course of this survey, students were asked how many hours a day they spend for...

MEP Will Apply Diagnostic Test to Evaluate Costa Rican Students’ English

The Ministry of Public Education (MEP) will apply to students of academic colleges and technicians of the country a diagnostic test to determine their...

5 Youngsters Will Study in the United States Thanks to Scholarship

A group of 5 students of scientific schools will fulfill their dream of living and studying for 1 year in the United States, thanks...
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