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Earning an International Education: What Are Your Options?

May 22, 2018 in Applying to College, Blog, Study Abroad, Summer | No comments so far


international student exploring the city

With the increased emphasis on globalization in recent years, it makes sense to get an international education. This is probably why the option to study abroad is so popular among college students. But your choices for getting an international education don’t end there.

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5 Things You Learn After Graduating From College

May 17, 2018 in Academics, Blog, College Classes, Graduation, Student Life | No comments so far


three recent college graduates celebrating

Where you go to college and what you do once you get there are two heavily emphasized topics that follow us throughout our young lives. But what happens after all is said and done?

Here are a few life changes that come with graduating from college, and some ways to cope with them.

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How to Maintain Your Social Life After College

May 8, 2018 in Blog, Graduation | No comments so far


college friends sharing a laugh

When you’re in college, it’s pretty easy to make friends. You’re always surrounded by people! But what happens when you graduate? We have the tips you need to ensure that social calendar stays full.

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7 Deadly Sins to Avoid When Choosing an Internship

May 1, 2018 in Internships, Jobs | No comments so far


student searching for an internship online

In the search for job experience, many students choose to apply for internships that are connected to their major and/or minor, but many are unfamiliar with the peculiarities of this process and so end up making basic mistakes that keep their application out of the yes pile.

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How International Students Can Study Abroad, Too

April 25, 2018 in International Students, Living in the US, Study Abroad | No comments so far


international students traveling together

Studying abroad is a popular choice for US college students, but many international students forget that they have this option, too. Just because you’ve already traveled overseas to study in the US doesn’t mean you can’t check out another country for a semester or even a year on a study abroad program.

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How to Write a Winning Resume When You Have No Work Experience

April 17, 2018 in Internships, Jobs | No comments so far


student drafting her first resume

When hiring, almost every employer lists in the candidate requirements section “great communication skills, good command of computer skills, and no less than 3 years of experience”. But what if you’re a student who has just finished college and is entering the workforce for the first time?

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5 Alternative Study Abroad Destinations

April 10, 2018 in Study Abroad, Travel | No comments so far


Dubai

If you have the chance to study abroad, you have the opportunity to not just learn about a different culture, but actually experience it. Why not make the most of it by exploring a country that few other students get to visit?

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So You’ve Been Waitlisted…Now What?

March 27, 2018 in Applying to College | No comments so far


college waitlisted

When you’ve been waiting months for an official acceptance or rejection from a college, it can be disheartening to get waitlisted instead. The good news is, just because you’ve been waitlisted doesn’t mean you have to sit around doing nothing. There are still ways for you to help increase your chances of admission.

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How To Find the Cleanest, Safest & Cheapest Hostels

March 21, 2018 in Student Housing, Travel | No comments so far


hostel room with bunkbeds

When traveling abroad, hostels are a great place to stay because they save you money and allow you to meet other travelers. But beware! The best hostels aren’t necessarily the ones you would choose at first glance.

You need something that’s inexpensive, clean, and filled with friendly fellow travelers. Sometimes you get lucky, other times you strike out. Don’t leave it up to chance!

To find the best hostels, you have to know what to look for (as well as what to avoid).

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Top Tips for Students Preparing to Study Abroad

March 15, 2018 in International Students, Study Abroad, Travel | No comments so far


study abroad student waiting for the train

Studying abroad can be an exciting opportunity, but it’s not something that should be taken lightly. By preparing ahead of time, you can rest easy and enjoy a fun (and safe!) trip.

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