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Message de desdehace posté le 31-03-2013 à 13:39:33 (S | E | F)
Bonjour,

En anglais, nous avons dû lire plusieurs articles pour finalement rédiger une synthèse.
Pourriez-vous donc, s'il vous plait, m'aider ?
Pourriez-vous m'aider a corriger mes erreurs, à simplifier mes expressions, xxx ?
Je vous remercie.

To begin with, going to college in America is considered as a rite of passage and as a key step to career success.
Public universities are supported by the state in which they are located whereas private universities are supported by student tuition, private donations...
Tuition fees at private colleges are very expensive, roughly “50, 000 a year”. Public universities are cheaper and offer lower fees to local students.
However, tuition fees are constantly rising. Indeed, tuition fees at public universities rose by 32% in the decade to 2008. Less investments are given to public universities as the states cut public spendings. 75% of Americans believe tuition is unaffordable.
As a consequence, students are looking at cheaper options: some take part of their degree at cheaper community colleges or take courses online. Half of American young adults didn't go to college because it was too expensive.
Regarding their academic reputation, American universities are know to the best in the world, despite the fact students suffer a financial burden
Anyway, emerging schools in Asia threaten this academic ranking. Indeed, Japan, Singapore appear to be able to compete with their Western peers. There are clear signs of a power shift from West to East. This is a consequence resulting from globalization.
To conclude, American universities are considered as a market, as an economic bubble. It's quite shocking because, it seems like knowledges have only a financial value.

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Modifié par lucile83 le 31-03-2013 16:40


Réponse: Aide/synthèse de notrepere, postée le 01-04-2013 à 06:56:27 (S | E)
Bonjour

To begin with, going to college in America is considered as a rite of passage and as a key step to career success (on dirait plutôt: a successful career).
Public universities are supported by the state in which they are located whereas private universities are supported by student tuition, private donations...
Tuition fees at private colleges are very expensive, roughly “$50,000 a year”. Public universities are cheaper and offer lower fees to local students.
However, tuition fees are constantly rising. Indeed, tuition fees at public universities rose by 32% in the decade to 2008. Less investments are given to public universities as the states have cut public spendings. 75% of Americans believe tuition is unaffordable.
As a consequence, students are looking at cheaper options: some take(il faut un autre verbe) part of their degree at cheaper community colleges or take courses online. Half of American young adults didn't go to college because it was too expensive.
Regarding their academic reputation, American universities are known to be the best in the world, despite the fact students suffer a financial burden.
Anyway, emerging schools in Asia threaten this academic ranking. Indeed, Japan, Singapore appear to be able to compete with their Western peers. There are clear signs of a power shift from West to East. This is a consequence resulting from globalization.
To conclude, American universities are considered as a market, as an economic bubble. It's quite shocking because, it seems like knowledges only has a financial value.




Réponse: Aide/synthèse de desdehace, postée le 01-04-2013 à 14:35:29 (S | E)
Corrections faites !
Merci.

To begin with, going to college in America is regarded as a rite of passage and as a key step to a successful career.
Public universities are supported by the state whereas private universities are supported by student tuition, donations...
Tuition fees at private colleges are very expensive, roughly “$50,000 a year”. Public universities are cheaper and offer lower fees to local students.
However, tuition fees are constantly rising. Indeed, tuition fees at public universities rose by 32% in the decade to 2008. Less investments are given to public universities as the states have cut public spending. 75% of Americans believe tuition is unaffordable.
As a consequence, students are looking at cheaper options: some have part of their degree at cheaper community colleges or take courses online. Half of American young adults didn't go to college because it was too expensive.
Regarding their academic reputation, American universities are known to be the best in the world, despite the fact students suffer a financial burden.
Anyway, emerging schools in Asia threaten this academic ranking. Indeed, Japan, Singapore appear to be able to compete with their Western peers. There are clear signs of a power shift from West to East. This is a consequence resulting from globalization.
To conclude, American universities are considered as a market, as an economic bubble. It's quite shocking because, it seems like knowledge only has a financial value




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