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College Application Tips for International Students

Posted on April 28th, 2015 by Bryanna Davis

After you spend hours researching schools to find one you want to attend you might think the hard part is over. However, applying to colleges and universities inside the US is not a simple process. It will become more complicated and more research will be required before you can start packing. Gathering as much information […]




Setting Yourself up for Success as an International Architecture Student

Posted on April 25th, 2015 by Bryanna Davis

When it is time to begin a whole hearted search for the ideal architecture school, and if you decide to head to the US for your education, there are some effective ways you can prepare yourself for being an international architecture student at one of the best architecture schools in the US.  As you complete […]




Common Courses When Studying Business

Posted on April 20th, 2015 by Jenny Frankel

Since business is one of the most popular and widespread majors in the US, a lot of undergraduate business programs might look fairly similar upon first glance- especially when it comes to the standard business courses. Business course titles, let’s face it, seem overly vague, broad, and uninformative on the surface. And oftentimes business course […]




Study at Hult International Business School

Posted on April 17th, 2015 by Bryanna Davis

After months, maybe even years of trying to decide what degree you’re going to pursue you finally choose International Business. After all, the world is becoming smaller each day, opening a number of new doors for global business opportunities. Choosing to study International Business is a great start to making the process of studying inside […]




Filing Your Tax Return as an International Student

Posted on April 10th, 2015 by Bryanna Davis

Tax season is here and as an international student you are not exempt from the burden of filing your tax return. However, most international students and their dependents will find that filing their US tax return is fairly easy- especially if they did not receive any income. The deadline to file is quickly approaching: April […]




Studying Broadcasting in Big Markets vs. Small Markets

Posted on April 6th, 2015 by Jenny Frankel

A common misconception in the aspiring broadcaster’s search for some of the best broadcasting schools is that studying broadcasting in big markets is the only way to gain the experience and contacts needed to succeed. Massive metropolises like New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago thus become the main focus for prospective broadcasting students to hunt […]