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International Student in 2011

Posted on December 29th, 2011 by Apinant Hoontrakul

The year is coming to a close and the New Year is arriving! To help make it easier to find the information to study abroad, International Student in 2011 made numerous improvements online. Here are a few things we have done for our international students in 2011: – iPhone App – This year we introduced […]

International Students in Wisconsin

Posted on December 27th, 2011 by Jenny Frankel

The United States has often been depicted as having a unique cultural character able to be described both as a “melting pot” and a “tossed salad.” America is a nation of immigrants with varying cultures, and the melting pot imagery is intended to capture the blending of those cultures to form another that is distinctly […]

Celebrating the New Year in New York City

Posted on December 24th, 2011 by Apinant Hoontrakul

New Year celebrations are major events all across the world and each country celebrates differently. In the US, most cities host public events to count down the seconds to the New Year. One city, in particular, is the most famous and that’s New York City. Every New Year’s Eve, up to one million people gather […]

Collaborative Study Abroad Programs

Posted on December 23rd, 2011 by Jenny Frankel

Did you know that 21.5% percent of the international students that came to the US last year studied business and management? It’s no wonder, with businesses connected using technology and transcending country borders, international business is an important subject for many students seeking a higher degree. With so many different programs, however, it can be […]

Study in Nevada

Posted on December 20th, 2011 by Jenny Frankel

Though there are many international students looking for things to do in Nevada, the average student may be searching for a source of income as well as an activity to fill their spare time; gem hunting and recreational mining is an activity for many Nevadans that combines both. Imagine being able to kick your feet […]

Keeping in touch while abroad

Posted on December 17th, 2011 by Jenny Frankel

There are so many exciting aspects of going abroad. With new food, new scenery, and new languages, there is a lot to look forward to! However, being thousands of miles away from friends and family can be hard. Your support system is suddenly an ocean away, which can be a very scary feeling. Thankfully, there […]

Relationships Abroad

Posted on December 15th, 2011 by Jenny Frankel

Finding the love of your life while studying abroad sounds wonderful, but it seems like something that only happens in the movies. Sure, you might meet someone during your trip, but translating relationships abroad into something long-term can be extremely difficult, especially when there is an ocean separating you! University of Central Florida student Kristen […]

Why Study in Vermont

Posted on December 13th, 2011 by Jenny Frankel

The Green Mountain State is famous for a relaxed, socially progressive culture, with a mind toward local affairs and agriculture. This is, in part, due to Vermont’s having the second smallest population in the United States. The state is also the seventh smallest state in terms of total area. International students in Vermont will experience […]

Celebrating Christmas While Studying Abroad

Posted on December 10th, 2011 by Apinant Hoontrakul

For many people Christmas is a time to spend with family and loved ones. Studying abroad can be a fun and rewarding experience however it can be tough if you’ll be away from your family during Christmas. If you are accustomed to spending the holidays with your family and will not have the chance to […]

National University

Posted on December 9th, 2011 by Jenny Frankel

National University is an accredited university offering over 100 undergraduate and graduate degrees in business management, engineering, education, media and communications, liberal arts, and healthcare. Catering to both international and US student needs, classes are available in four formats allowing you the flexibility and personal attention that you need while completing your degree. Courses and […]