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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 [...]

Master’s Program Welcomes Sustainability

Posted on April 21st, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

The New School’s Master’s Program in Environmental Policy Welcomes Sustainability In a single house, more than 200 students from various departments of The New School were able to cut heating and cooling costs by 90 percent. It was called the EmpowerHouse, and in 2011 it proved that energy-efficient houses can cost a modest $240,000, an [...]

Your Taxes Must be Filed Today!

Posted on April 15th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

If you are an international student inside the US- your taxes must be filed today. Additionally, each of your dependents, meaning your spouse and children, must also file their own taxes. If you’ve been wondering when the deadline is to do this, more than likely this means that you have not yet filed your taxes [...]

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 [...]

Top 5 Reasons to Study ESL

Posted on April 12th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

Learning any foreign language offers a number of benefits, and English is no exception. There are many ways that learning English can create more opportunities in school, work, travel, and more. Here are the top five reasons you should study ESL at CSI. 1. Spoken around the world English is an official language of 45 [...]

Careers in International Business

Posted on April 7th, 2014 by Jenny Frankel

There’s a pretty standard list of careers for business majors. You probably think of manager, accountant, personal finance specialist, etc. But what about students who are following a more international path? What are the available careers in international business? The answer is that many of the same sorts of business careers apply, just on a [...]

Oh Ohio!

Posted on April 5th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

From the rubber capital of the world to the home of the first professional baseball team, Ohio has it all. If you are interested in winter, thrill rides, spring, agriculture, summer, sports, fall or all-American cuisine, you should contemplate studying abroad in (or at least visit) the buckeye state. One of Ohio’s greatest attractions is [...]

What’s Marketing All About?

Posted on March 31st, 2014 by Jenny Frankel

Is marketing right for you? We’ve mentioned that marketing can be fun and exciting…and who doesn’t love a fun and exciting job right? I think you can easily answer the question “is marketing right for you?” if you’re a young, energetic, and creative individual! Many international students like you will make up the population of [...]

Show Production and House of Worship Technology

Posted on March 24th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

Some church services look very similar to rock concerts these days. The lead singer with perfectly gelled hair strums his electric guitar while the drummer pounds out the beat in the back and lights dance around the room in bright green, blue, and red hues. The only difference between this service and a concert is [...]

A Taste of Home to Ease Homesickness Abroad

Posted on March 19th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

Young adults studying abroad are often excited about experiencing new cultures and exploring the place they will call home for the next several years. However, once the boxes are unpacked and the pictures are hung on the wall, homesickness can settle in and have you missing many of your favorite things from home, especially home-cooked [...]