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Screenwriting Success Stories

Posted on September 30th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

International students considering a degree in creative writing should consider screenwriting for motion pictures as a career path. Writing for the film industry not only gives a writer the opportunity to see their work admired by millions of movie goers, but it can also provide a great paycheck. Some screenwriting success stories pluck a writer [...]

Watch Live to Get the Dirt on Picking Your Major

Posted on September 24th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

Here’s a scary thought: Declaring your major means you’ve made your final choice when it comes to what career path you want to pursue. This decision is not an easy one and should be made only after you’ve researched and carefully considered your options. If you need help choosing a major, we have a live [...]

Hangout with Mississippi State University

Posted on September 21st, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

Tuesday is your chance to speak directly with Mississippi State University (MSU)! If you’re looking for a great school in the US, this is your chance to get more information on one of the most prestigious universities in the southern United States! Karin Lee, the manager of International Student and Scholar Services will give you [...]

Can I Afford College in the US?

Posted on September 19th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

The dream of studying in the United States as an international student is a great one- but it quickly comes to a halt for most students as the long list of expenses come to mind. Although you know you want to study in the US and it would be a great career move- you still [...]

Unique Business Programs in the US

Posted on September 16th, 2014 by Jenny Frankel

With a field as broad and general as business, all programs can begin to look the same. Although universities across the country aim to make their program stand out, the consistencies of the standard business fields limit opportunities to stand out. However, there are some unique business programs hidden among American colleges and universities at [...]

The 2015 Best Schools in the US Report Announced

Posted on September 12th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

If you’re on the hunt to find the best US school for you, you have more than likely seen our “featured school” list. This list is an all-star team of affordable colleges and universities that we highlight for good reason: they are a great place to start your school search! Want a second opinion? The [...]

Preparing Your Recording Arts Portfolio

Posted on September 8th, 2014 by Jenny Frankel

The application process for a recording arts degree can be rather monotonous. Filling out several forms has hardly ever been described as fun and exciting. But recording arts programs allow you (and often requires you) to put together a portfolio of your creative work, giving you a chance to be expressive in ways beyond just [...]

Your 2014 Back to School Guide

Posted on August 27th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

As the smell of suntan lotion starts to dwindle, stores have trouble keeping futons, pens and pencils on the shelves and college campuses start to once again fill with life. All signs that the new school year is finally here! If you’ve made the decision to study in the US this year, then spent months [...]

US Embassy Plays Part in Welcoming International Students

Posted on August 18th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

In contrast to the chilly reception the United Kingdom has been showing its international students of late, the United States government has doubled down on its efforts to attract the world’s best and brightest. Take, by way of example, the recent “Student Visa Day” event hosted by the US Embassy in Mumbai, India late last [...]

Graduate Degree in Marketing

Posted on August 11th, 2014 by Jenny Frankel

We all know that earning a graduate degree in marketing can be a very difficult task…but there are some fun and positive aspects of earning this type of degree that not everyone considers. For instance, you’ve already “learned how to learn.” What this means is that you’ve already been in college so you know how [...]