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How to Make Your Resume Stand Out

Posted on March 16th, 2019 by Jacqueline Schultz

Whether you are beginning your first year of college or getting ready to graduate, having a solid resume on hand is important for any opportunity that comes along. For employers, however, a lot of resumes begin looking the same. The question then turns to how one can make their resume unique. If you are hoping […]

5 Things All International Students Should Know

Posted on March 8th, 2019 by Phu Nguyen

So you’ve been accepted to the school of your choice and now you’re ready to take the steps to head over to the US and begin your studies. There is sure to be lots to do before you embark on your journey. Some tasks will certainly take higher priority than others. But what might those […]

Tips for International Students Filing Tax Returns

Posted on March 1st, 2019 by Phu Nguyen

There are a lot of traditions in America, and tax return time is one of them. Sure, it’s not as exciting as the Fourth of July, but it’s Tax Day is still one that Americans circle on their calendar, and partake in every year. The due date for 2019 to file tax returns is April […]

How to Travel the US on a Budget

Posted on February 22nd, 2019 by Sutherland Beever

The United States is a pretty big country, meaning your travel budget can quickly diminish if you aren’t careful. Lucky for you, this blog will outline the cheapest ways to get across the US without breaking the bank – including transportation and housing options, along with fun entertainment ideas. Transportation Trains and buses – Both […]

Mariana Studying in Canada Part II

Posted on February 8th, 2019 by Phu Nguyen

Below is the second blog update by Mariana Barbosa, InternationalStudent.com’s 2018 Travel Video Contest winner. Mariana is now studying Canada. You can track her journey by checking our blog throughout the year.  I admire anyone who can go ice skating. I tried and didn’t succeed, for now.  It was fun though. Maybe with a lot of […]

Celebrating Valentine’s Day in the US

Posted on February 1st, 2019 by Phu Nguyen

You’ll start to see the aisles in the stores fully loaded just after the new year is rung in. The shelves will be inundated with red, pink, teddy bears, roses, and hearts. Valentine’s Day in the US will be celebrated all around the country on February 14th, but at least it won’t sneak up on […]

Being a Student in the US Amidst Today’s Political Climate

Posted on January 25th, 2019 by Phu Nguyen

College students and political activism are no strangers to one another. From the time of desegregation and the women’s liberation, to the more recent election of strongly opinionated President Donald Trump and an emboldened #MeToo movement, it is nearly impossible to avoid the intersection of differing yet passionate political beliefs. This is particularly true when […]

Atlantis University in Miami Prepares Students for the Future

Posted on January 4th, 2019 by Phu Nguyen

It’s no secret that schools in Florida are very popular with international students. It’s what many students seek – all the sunshine in the world while you study. This is just one of many reasons to consider Atlantis University (AU) in Miami. One of the most popular cities in Florida and the country, Miami is […]

Going Home With a Friend During Winter Break

Posted on December 4th, 2018 by Phu Nguyen

The busy semester has wound down and college students are getting a much-needed break. As an international student, your options for spending your leisure time will differ from many students who both study and live in the US. There’s good reason to consider visiting the home of a US friend during the winter break. With […]

Top Tips on Getting Your F1 Visa

Posted on October 26th, 2018 by Jacqueline Schultz

If you are a prospective international student, you are more than likely familiar with the F1 visa process. The F1 visa is most common for international students and is issued by the United States Citizens and Immigration Services. You are most likely interested in any and all top tips on getting your F1 visa if […]


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