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10 Genius Travel Hacks for Students

May 23, 2017 in Study Abroad, Travel, Uncategorized | No comments so far


students traveling abroad in Greece

Whether you’re studying abroad or just doing some traveling over vacation, these tips will help you travel easier, faster and cheaper.

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9 ACT Tips for Test Day

May 15, 2017 in High School, Testing | No comments so far


ACT test taking classroom

After all this time, ACT test day is finally looming. Here are some tips to make sure it goes as smoothly as you hope.

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How to Prepare for a High School Exchange Program

May 2, 2017 in High School, International Students, Study Abroad | No comments so far


high school exchange student enjoying a train ride through their host country

Whether you are leaving the US or coming to this country through a high school exchange program, you can benefit from learning about the process before you commit to it. After all, you are about to leave your home for up to a year – there is a lot to think about first!

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What Next? Life After College Graduation

May 2, 2017 in Graduation | No comments so far


college graduates hugging

Wondering what path your life should take after college graduation? This helpful infographic details all the different options available to you on your post-graduate journey.

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How to Live Abroad After College

April 18, 2017 in Blog, Moving, Study Abroad, Travel | No comments so far


college grad standing on European foot bridge

Whether you’ve lived abroad before or have never set foot outside the US, if you’re interested in travel post-college, there are plenty of ways for you to do so and reap all the amazing benefits that come with international experience.

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Easy & Effective Study Habits to Take to College

April 10, 2017 in Blog, High School, Starting College, Testing | No comments so far


stack of textbooks on stairs

As your last day of high school approaches, you’re likely thinking a lot about the challenges that will come with college. Though you can look forward to many exciting changes, one thing that will remain the same is the need to have good study habits if you want to get good grades.

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5 Ways to Be a Better Studier Before Finals

March 22, 2017 in Academics, College Classes, Testing | No comments so far


tiles spelling out the word study on a desk covered in text books

Final exams carry a lot of weight, and often have a significant impact on your grade, making this time of year stressful for many students. The best way to reduce this stress? Set yourself up for success by becoming a better studier—that means making a schedule, finding others to study with and more.

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5 Best Cities for International Students

March 14, 2017 in Blog, Choosing a College, International Students, Student Life, Travel | No comments so far


Melbourne, Australia

Interested in studying abroad, but not sure where to go? TopUniversities took a look at hundreds of cities and came up with the best ones for international students to attend. Check out which cities made the top five and why.

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The Pros and Cons of Common Financial Aid Options

March 8, 2017 in Money, Paying for College, Scholarships | No comments so far


tip jar with note about student debt

College can be pricey, especially when you consider the fact that you not only need to pay for tuition but also textbooks, rent, extra-curricular activities, transportation, food and entertainment. Thankfully, there are various forms of financial aid at your disposal.

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5 Study Tips to Help You Prep for AP Tests

March 7, 2017 in Applying to College, Blog, High School, Testing | No comments so far


student highlighting notes

If you’re taking one or more AP classes in high school, you might already be starting to get apprehensive about upcoming test dates in May. With an academic year’s worth of material to review and memorize, the idea of studying for AP tests can often be overwhelming! So how can you relieve your worries and get the grades you want?

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