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How to Rent a Car in the US as an International Student

Posted on May 30th, 2013 by Bryanna Davis

The United States consists of approximately 3.7 million square miles and unfortunately doesn’t have an extensive transportation system that will reach every corner. As an international student in the US this can make it difficult to visit areas of the states without flying- however, many individuals throughout the US resort to driving. If you would […]

Broadcasting Curriculum: Mass Media Class

Posted on May 27th, 2013 by Bryanna Davis

The broadcasting program tends to get intensive and very hands-on in its later years, but during the first half of a four-year program and especially the very first year, many international students studying broadcasting will find themselves mostly knocking down general education requirements. However, there is one early class that nearly all broadcasting students can […]

Journaling Abroad: Can You Truly Capture the Memory?

Posted on May 24th, 2013 by Jenny Frankel

Today on International Student, we happy to feature the newest guest post from Go Abroad to help you capture and remember your memories as you study abroad. With so many mediums out there, it can be hard to keep track of your experiences. Read on to learn how you can log your experience so that […]

Top 3 Road Trip Routes in the US

Posted on May 23rd, 2013 by Bryanna Davis

Although the United States spans thousands of miles from both North to South and East to West, road trips continue to be a poplar past time amongst those young and old within the US. If you are an international student within the US, or will be in the future, you will not want to pass […]

The AMCAS and AACOMAS

Posted on May 21st, 2013 by Jenny Frankel

If you are an international student who has begun the application process for medical school, you have likely been to the websites for either the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS) or the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Application Service (AACOMAS). The AMCAS and AACOMAS exist to streamline and simplify the medical school […]

Broadcasting Curriculum – The Ethics Class

Posted on May 20th, 2013 by Bryanna Davis

Most broadcasting programs involve some sort of media ethics class, discussing issues such as privacy, freedom of the press, and professional integrity. For students interested in sports broadcasting programs and the larger issues surrounding that field, another interesting ethical analysis is available in the standard Sports Ethics class. This course is usually only an absolute […]

Social Media: Your Best Marketing Tool

Posted on May 16th, 2013 by Jenny Frankel

LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Blogger…what should these websites mean to you? Well, if you decide to study marketing in the US they may just be the keys to your marketing success! Learning to master social media can really help your marketing efforts and create positive results for your company, just as it states in “Social […]

Apply to SUNY Brockport

Posted on May 15th, 2013 by Ben Cohen

If you’re an international student who’s answered the question “Why study literature?” and you’ve decided to go ahead with it, one of your next moves may be to apply to SUNY Brockport. The State University of New York in Brockport offers a great literature concentration through its bachelor’s and master’s degrees in English. The SUNY […]

Study Tourism Management

Posted on May 15th, 2013 by Jenny Frankel

The United States is a diverse country full of many different landscapes, nationalities, and people. The states are also home to many different tourists’ attractions which draw millions and millions of tourists every year. If you’re an international student who wants to study tourism management in the states, then you’ve come to the right place. […]

Military Pilot

Posted on May 14th, 2013 by Bryanna Davis

Are you an international student interested in hovering a helicopter over the open sea with Navy seals dangling on extension ropes, ready to make a rescue? Would you like the challenge of landing a fighter plane on an aircraft carrier? How about the idea of flying over enemy grounds to scout or participate in a […]