We want you to get more active with InternationalStudent.com!
What does this mean? Well this means we want you to participate more in our site and in what we do, and the reason we want you to do this is because we can all learn from each other. If we all share our experiences with each other about how you found a school abroad, how you funded your studies, problems you are having, etc… we can all learn about how things are done and make things easier for all!
So how can you participate – a few ways are:
1 – Comment on our blogs
We now have a number of blogs across our sites covering a huge range of international student topics such as:
– Study in the USA Blog
– Study Abroad Blog
– International Financial Aid Blog
– International Calling Card Blog
– International Student Insurance Blog
– and of course this blog!
We like using blogs because they provide fresh content on a number of topics, plus it allows you to comment on them. So if you see something that you like, post a comment. If you see something you don’t like or don’t agree with, post a comment. Or if you can add something to the post such as more information or your own experience then post a comment!
Its easy to do and will help us all!
Plus – if you feel you would like to be a blog writer for our site – let us know!
2 – Be an active forum member
Our international student forums are a fantastic resource for all students. They cover a huge range of topics and there are some really good post about financial aid, immigration, studying in the USA, and just general talk! We also have two experts moderating posts called our “Ask an International Advisor” section and “Study in Canada” section where we have a real international student advisors answering post.
3 – Join our Facebook Group
Facebook is rapidly becoming one of the best tools around for making new friends and keeping in touch with them. We have a Facebook group setup especially for international students which you can join for free at:
and if you need more information about facebook check this post out
4 – Do it!
Hopefully this has provided you with some incentive to get more active – the more active you are the more information we can pass around and help each other out!