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Category Archives: Studying in the USA

Why a US College Athletic Scholarship is a Privilege

In recent times there has been great debate in North America around the college sports system and the ‘exploitation’ of student athletes to raise revenue for the universities. In Australia, there is no such thing as a free university education via an athletic scholarship. Meaning, the high school athletes that aren’t selected for a national or...
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Want a Sports Scholarship to a US University? Here’s How.

Every year, more and more Australian athletes are attempting to play college sports in the United States. There are hundreds of US athletic scholarships available to Australian student athletes every year, but actually being offered one of these scholarships can be a long and difficult process. Being recruited to play college sports is a difficult proposition...
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Is the Journey Worth It? Our Graduates share their experiences!

“No other country in the world offers the facilities, opportunities, and support that the US college sport system provides.” – Hugh Clarke, Pepperdine University. It’s true. If you want to train like a professional athlete in your chosen field AND obtain a degree whilst living and travelling the country, then college sport in the US is...
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The Ruggers Edge continue Partnership

Mar 1, 2018 – Denver, CO: The Rugger’s Edge and Study & Play USA are proud to continue their partnership for 2018. “As the popularity of studying and playing rugby in the U.S. continues to grow, working with a company like Study and Play USA was a natural next step for The Rugger’s Edge,” Karen Fong Donoghue, founder of The Rugger’s Edge said

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Study & Play in The Ivy Leagues

You’ve heard of the Ivy League Universities, right?
As a refresher, The Ivy League is a group of eight historic, distinguished colleges and universities in the East of the USA, known for their ivy-covered brick buildings. The members of the Ivy League are Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Princeton, and Yale Universities; Dartmouth College; and the University of Pennsylvania.

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