The International Student Blog

Counseling Services on Your Campus

Posted on October 21st, 2016 by Bryanna Davis

College is a time full of transitions, especially as an international student inside the US. A new campus, new friends, new living situation and maybe even a new language- all of the changes can be overwhelming and it’s expected that international students will go through culture-shock. However, college-aged students like you are at an age […]

Where to Study Show Production: New York City

Posted on October 17th, 2016 by Bryanna Davis

If you are an international student looking for ideas regarding where to study show production, you should consider New York City. New York is home to over 8 million people from all over the world, and the perfect home base for your time in the United States. The Tisch School of the Arts at New […]

What to Expect from a Graduate Degree in Video Game Development

Posted on October 7th, 2016 by Bryanna Davis

International students pursuing a graduate degree in video game development in the United States should pay particular attention to the curriculum of the graduate program in question as not every graduate degree in video game development is the same. Video game development majors should be aware that game development programs in the United States emphasize […]

Calling all students who want to learn English!

Posted on September 26th, 2016 by Rachel Rollins

Calling all students who want to learn English! If you’re a student that wants to learn English then you need attend our ESLdirectory Virtual Fair! We are excited to be hosting our first ever ESLdirectory Virtual Fair a free online event open to anyone who wants to find an English language school. The live interactive […]

Business Schools are Big Business with International Students

Posted on September 23rd, 2016 by Bryanna Davis

If you’re an international student wanting to pursue business- you’re not alone. For colleges and universities across the United States, business is, well, big business. Not only is a business degree sought after by domestic students, but according to the Institute of International Education’s most recent Open Doors data on international students– it is also […]

Use your Show Production Degree to Work as a Concert Hall Technician

Posted on September 19th, 2016 by Bryanna Davis

If you are an international student who has ever wondered what you can do with a show production degree, ask yourself these questions: how many pounds can the pipe above hold? How high can something be hung from the ceiling? How will the stage look if it’s doused in red light versus blue? How loud […]

How to Survive Communal Bathrooms When Living in the Dorms

Posted on September 12th, 2016 by Bryanna Davis

Unless you’re going to live on your own you will have to share a bathroom with one, two (or more!) roomates. Although it might sound awkward, here are a few things to keep in mind on how to survive communal bathrooms when living in the dorms. With a little preparation, and a lot of patience […]

How Knowing the History of Aviation Can Help When Applying for a Degree in Aviation

Posted on September 9th, 2016 by Jenny Frankel

Having a little bit of knowledge about the history of aviation when deciding how to apply for a degree in aviation can help you during the application process. Some US colleges and universities, such as the Epic Flight Academy, might require an essay or more information during an interview about what you enjoy about flight, why you […]

Where to Study Game Design in Florida

Posted on September 5th, 2016 by Bryanna Davis

An increasing number of international students have made the decision to make a career out of their love of video gaming by pursuing a degree in game design at an institution in the United States. Game design studios in the US represent the top names in the gaming industry and careers with such studios are […]

How to Have a Social Life as an International Student

Posted on August 29th, 2016 by Bryanna Davis

Pursuing a college degree is not a simple task, especially as an international student. And if you’re studying in a country where they do not speak your first language then it can add an additional level of difficulty to your time abroad. Although difficult, being an international student is a great experience that is not […]