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How College Students Can Make Money Without Leaving Campus

September 20, 2018 in Jobs, Money, On Campus | No comments so far


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Check out these seven ways to earn some extra cash in college without ever having to leave your dorm room.

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College Break: Tips & Tricks to Survive the Drive Home

September 13, 2018 in Holidays, Student Life, Travel | No comments so far


college student driving home on break

While making the road trip home during school breaks may seem intimidating at first, there are quite a few tips and tricks you can employ to make your journey easier and less stressful.

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Time Management Tips for College Students

September 4, 2018 in Academics, On Campus, Starting College, Student Life | No comments so far


time management tips

Lectures, seminars, exams, academic writing, campus life—all this takes time and can often feel like a delicate balancing act. But with the right time management techniques you can succeed.

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Volunteering in the US vs Volunteering Abroad

August 28, 2018 in Volunteering | No comments so far


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We’ve compiled a list of the pros and cons of studying at home vs abroad to help you decide which option is right for you.

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Ways to Stay Calm When Writing Your First College Paper

August 23, 2018 in Academics, Starting College | No comments so far


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College papers can be stressful, especially when you’re a freshman. Follow these tips to stay calm and focused.

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Top Benefits of Starting a Study Abroad Blog

August 16, 2018 in Study Abroad, Travel | No comments so far


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Are you on the fence about starting a study abroad blog? There’s a ton of great benefits — check out these reasons for blogging about your time abroad.

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How Rush Translation Can Save Your Study Abroad Application

August 9, 2018 in Academics, International Students, Student Life, Study Abroad, Translation | No comments so far


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Whether you’re studying abroad as part of a program at your home institution or you’re seeking to become a resident abroad, you’re most likely concerned about meeting various deadlines for visas, recommendations and applications. An important part of your application will almost certainly be a translation of your transcripts and diplomas, which you must obtain and submit by the deadline.

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Entering the Corporate Realm: What Students Need to Know

July 24, 2018 in Graduation, Internships, Jobs | No comments so far


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Entering the corporate world can be exciting, yet scary for many. Use this article as your pocket guide and compass as your transition from college to a world where hard-work, know-how, and a self-driven attitude will be your keys to success.

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5 Tips to Help You Ace That Online Interview

July 19, 2018 in Blog, Jobs | No comments so far


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Whether you’re looking for your first serious job after college or just a summer gig, you might be asked to complete an online interview. If you’re feeling nervous about an upcoming online job interview, use these helpful tips to put your mind at ease.

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How to Improve Your English in College

July 11, 2018 in International Students, Living in the US, On Campus | 2 Comments


international students hanging out with US students in a park

To really get the most out of your experience as a US college student, you will need more than just the minimum English language skills. Luckily, your university offers lots of opportunities to improve your English skills

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