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What is Video Game Development Vesus Design

Posted on April 11th, 2013 by Bryanna Davis

Video games are a childhood and household staple in the United States. With more gamers come more gaming titles and bigger development budgets. In fact, many mainstream video games boast production values of over $20 million. Video games are a thriving industry in the US economy, and for many international students who feel passionate about […]

International Business Courses

Posted on April 10th, 2013 by Jenny Frankel

You may have a pretty good idea of what standard business coursework looks like. There are classes on accounting, management, human resources, etc. But what about international business? When you study international business in the US your coursework looks a little different. Some of the titles seem similar, but when business crosses borders it’s a […]

Study Literature at SUNY Brockport

Posted on April 9th, 2013 by Ben Cohen

With English majors found all over the country at just about every college these days, students looking for a degree in literature in the US face an astounding array of options. Let’s take a look at one great choice: studying literature at SUNY Brockport, part of the State University of New York in the upstate […]

Tourism Internship in the US

Posted on April 8th, 2013 by Bryanna Davis

For many international students a hospitality internship in the US is a fun way to gain educational experience and live someplace exciting. Most state tourism destinations are not only fun to visit, but great to live in as well. Take Florida for example, there are many internship programs available in the Sunshine State for international […]

Summer Job or Summer Internship?

Posted on April 6th, 2013 by Jenny Frankel

If you are not taking classes or if your load is lighter than usual this summer, you might be wrestling with the following question: “summer job or summer internship?” The choice between a summer job or summer internship is an important one, and should be made with the full knowledge of what your options are. […]

Marketing Degree in the United States

Posted on April 4th, 2013 by Jenny Frankel

With approximately 800,000 international students attending colleges and universities in the USA, it is the top ranked country for students pursuing an education abroad. Why do you think so many international students choose to study at American colleges and universities as opposed to other countries? Aside from the great quality of education offered in the […]

Why Study Film?

Posted on April 3rd, 2013 by Jenny Frankel

International students studying film will most likely be taking a variety of classes dealing with not only shooting video, but editing, producing, directing and much more. But the art of screenwriting is possibly one of the most important classes aspiring film majors can take and a major reason why people study film. Without a screenplay, […]

Recording Outside the Studio

Posted on April 2nd, 2013 by Jenny Frankel

We tend to have a pretty universal idea of what recording an album is like. We imagine the band or artist in a specialized room singing or performing into specialized microphones. Facing them is a large glass window with the production team on the other side at the helm of a massive sound board. In […]

Study Broadcasting at Syracuse University

Posted on April 1st, 2013 by Bryanna Davis

In the state of New York it’s the illustrious New York City, with all its size and hundreds of TV and radio stations, that seems to get all the attention from students looking for a degree in broadcasting. But this is a grave mistake, as there is also the opportunity to study broadcasting at Syracuse University in […]