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Applying to Schools in the USA

Posted on August 26th, 2016 by Jenny Frankel

If you want to study in the US then it’s best to get started on the process right away. When applying to schools in the USA, you’ll encounter a lot of the same applications, essay topics and transcript requests that American students have to complete. But if you want to study in the U.S. as […]




Working as a Recording Engineer

Posted on August 5th, 2016 by Jenny Frankel

Recording engineering is both an art and a science, and working as a recording engineer requires both technical and creative skills. As audio manipulation technology becomes more sophisticated, the recording engineer’s job becomes just as creative and vital as the musician’s in the recording process. Working as a recording engineer means being responsible for preparing […]




Everyone Seems to Love Small Businesses, But What is a Small Business?

Posted on January 29th, 2016 by Jenny Frankel

If you’ve ever paid attention to American politics, one phrase that gets batted around constantly is “small business.” Small business are praised as the foundation of the country, lauded as pinnacles of the American dream, and used as political leverage in a variety of contentious issues. But what is a small business? Is small business […]




Study Business at Felician College

Posted on January 15th, 2016 by Jenny Frankel

Many students first look to larger universities when trying to find where they will pursue their business degree. However, keep in mind that a high-quality business education can be found at smaller universities and colleges, and these institutions should not be overlooked. One option for international students to get a top-notch business education at a […]




Paying Politicians More

Posted on January 8th, 2016 by Jenny Frankel

A recent article at Freakonomics.com asks the intriguing question: “Would Paying Politicians More Attract Better Politicians?” Politicians in America already get paid quite a bit of money; in fact some might even argue that they get paid too much. However, the question being asked by the website is not whether or not it would be […]




What is an MBA? Breaking Down the Masters in Business Administration

Posted on January 1st, 2016 by Jenny Frankel

Just about everywhere you look these days you’ll see ads for MBAs and hear people talking about going back to get their MBA. Online, on the bus, on billboards, and on our favorite TV shows. MBAs seem like pretty important things! But what is an MBA? What’s so special about a masters in business administration […]




Marketing Making the World A Better Place

Posted on December 18th, 2015 by Jenny Frankel

Aside from the many employment possibilities and cool job description…why study marketing? Maybe you never considered this before, but becoming a marketing professional can give you the opportunity to make the world a better place. Let’s look at a unique marketing campaign called The Waiting Time Experiment for example. Did you know that in Germany […]




Pursuing a Degree in Aviation

Posted on October 9th, 2015 by Jenny Frankel

When thinking about pursuing a degree in aviation inside the US, many questions may come to mind- especially in the initial stages of application. A few questions you might be asking include: “Where can I get an application? What’s going to be on the application? Will the classes be hard? Will I get some flight […]




English Language Requirements for International Students

Posted on September 28th, 2015 by Jenny Frankel

As an international student in the US there may be certain requirements needed to get into a US college or university that are not required by American citizens. To get into an American college or university, you must be proficient in the English language. Some schools in the U.S. test your knowledge of the English […]




International Students Studying Film

Posted on September 14th, 2015 by Jenny Frankel

The average American spends 20 percent of their day watching television, according to Nielsen, a company that measures and records information dealing with television, radio, internet, and more. That means Americans spend 2 months of nonstop TV watching a year. The average child sees 20,000 commercials in a year and sixty-six percent of Americans watch […]