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What Kind of Architecture Should You Study?

Posted on August 3rd, 2015 by Stephanie Mizener

As you continue your research on where to study architecture in the US there may be questions that jump out at you.  A few questions might include: what is the difference between “Commercial” and “Industrial,” do you really want to narrow your choices down before entering a program, and is “landscape architecture” a good option […]




Taking a Class on Shakespeare when Studying Literature

Posted on July 6th, 2015 by Ben Cohen

Students who study literature spend a lot of time reading and analyzing many different types of literary writing. While the guidelines are not exact, different literature programs will often cover very similar topics, at least among their required courses. One of the most common literature courses is a course on the most famous of English-language […]




Top Tips for Prospective Literature Students

Posted on March 8th, 2015 by Bryanna Davis

So you’ve figured out the answer to the question “Why study literature?” and you’ve decided that a degree in literature is the thing for you. But the literature programs you’re looking into don’t really kick off until a student’s later years – sophomore, maybe even junior year. What can you do right off the bat […]




Free Tuition for International Students In Germany

Posted on October 15th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

If you thought the idea of a free college degree as an international student was impossible- think again. Public universities in Germany are now tuition-free for students, including for international students! If you’re wondering why Germany is offering such a great deal on a college education, in short, the general consensus of those in Germany […]




Hangout with the State University of NY at Brockport – Thursday at 2pm EST

Posted on August 26th, 2014 by Victoria Troupe

If you want to study at a US college, you won’t want to miss this! Aleta Anthony, the Associate Director of International Recruitment at State University of New York at Brockport will join us on Thursday, August 28 to introduce the university and the unique opportunities there for international students.  You’ll learn about the academic possibilities, student […]




The Fastest Growing Jobs for Education Majors

Posted on June 23rd, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

The Fastest Growing Jobs for Education Majors You’re about to graduate with an education degree and you feel a bit apprehensive with the post-grad job search. With budget cuts prevalent in public school systems around the US, some education majors are thinking twice about their decision to pursue careers in education. But if you have […]




Studying Environmental Policy

Posted on May 19th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

Environmental Policy Sometimes in order to change the world, policies have to be made. International students who study environmental policy will have the opportunity to decide which policies will better help the earth and how those policies will be implemented. Without these students, the ability to protect the planet from various risks and issues would […]




Ask Our May Advisor Your Question!

Posted on May 8th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

Every month we bring in a new international student advisor from schools through the US. These advisors are available to answer any questions that you have about becoming an international student or being an international student. This month Darren Funk from Hannibal-LaGrange University is ready to answer your questions as our May advisor! Darren has […]




Hangout With Us Friday To Find A US School You Can Afford

Posted on April 24th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

As study abroad trends continue to grow, studying in the United States has become a goal for many students around the world. However, one of the most difficult parts of becoming an international student in the US is knowing where to start- which is to find a school you can afford. Because of this, Friday […]




Top 10 Schools to Study Supply Chain Management

Posted on April 14th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

After walking across that long stage with your transportation and logistics degree in hand, your future employer could transfer you across the globe.  From the sunny shores of Puerto Rico to the snowy Alps, the world will be your oyster – given that you received a great education from a well-respected school, of course. So […]