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Meanwhile, he says, Toronto-based Menu has made a series of four expansions in Emporia since 1994 after first narrowing down its region of choice to eastern Kansas, northeastern Oklahoma and southwestern Missouri.
From determining if studying abroad is a viable option, to narrowing down the choices, to planning the trip, to health and safety concerns, Study Abroad 101 goest on to cover such significant issues as money management abroad, "culture shock" arising from living in another country and living with the locals, to keeping in touch with the folks at home, and life after studying abroad.
Narrowing down your choice from more than 200 schools isn't easy.
These brochures are rarely detailed enough to rely on, but they do provide a quick way of narrowing down your choices.
Sixty-three percent of consumers gather information when they first begin researching a purchase, 57 percent when they are narrowing down their options, 42 percent when they are deciding where to buy, and 51 percent when making their final decision.