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Why Study at the University of Colorado Denver?

Posted on September 18th, 2020 by Connor Blay

Centrally located in the U.S., Denver, Colorado is known for having an overall progressive attitude. The people are friendly, the city is livable, and it continues to grow and thrive as one of the most easily recognizable metropolises in the country, currently ranked #2 on U.S. News & World Report’s list of 125 Best Places […]

COVID-19 Update: What’s Happening in US Higher Ed this Fall?

Posted on September 16th, 2020 by Luke Clausen

The Background No matter where you are in the world, the coronavirus pandemic has impacted your daily life. As an international student, this impact is heightened drastically, because you are making major life choices, and these choices depend on whether or not your university’s campus is opening for the fall semester, the state of the […]

International Student Loans: What to Know

Posted on September 9th, 2020 by Luke Clausen

As an international student, finding the funding for your education will be one of the first steps you’ll need to take. College is expensive, and not many people are able to pay the tuition entirely upfront and on their own. There are a variety of financial aid options available to students who are committed and […]

TVC: Life After Lockdown Now Open for Submissions

Posted on September 4th, 2020 by Connor Blay

You’ve heard about it, you’ve had time to plan for it and now it’s finally here! Our 15th annual Travel Video Contest arrived on your screens earlier this week after some careful thought and consideration from our team. Truthfully, with the current state of the pandemic making it so difficult for international students to make […]

Student Housing in the US

Posted on August 7th, 2020 by Connor Blay

A huge part of studying outside your home country is finding your home away from home. Before moving to the US to start your studies, be sure to compare housing options. There are a number of factors to consider in your housing search, such as rent cost, location, safety, amenities and roommates. The two main […]

4 Reasons LCR Capital Partners is an Ideal EB-5 Partner for International Students

Posted on July 31st, 2020 by Connor Blay

LCR Capital Partners (LCR) is a global investment firm led by classmates who met at Harvard Business School. Headquartered in Westport, Connecticut, LCR has five regional offices around the world in Miami, São Paulo, Dubai, Mumbai and Singapore. Active since 2012, they have worked with over 800 clients from 31 countries, helping them obtain a […]

Facebook Live: Find Your Academic Home at NWMSU

Posted on July 30th, 2020 by Connor Blay

Northwest Missouri State University is public university located in Maryville, Missouri offering more than 160 majors and programs at an affordable cost. Some other highlights of NWMSU include:  A safe, friendly place to study in the Midwest Northwest is ranked #24 for Top Public Schools Quality education at a low cost $7,400 Savings with textbooks […]

Skateboarding in the US

Posted on July 24th, 2020 by Luke Clausen

Skateboarding took off in the United States in the 1970s, and was popularized by surfers in California. Since then, skateboarding has evolved in many ways; the culture, equipment, aesthetics, styles, and realm of possibility constantly grow and change. In the early days, skateboarding was very underground, and didn’t take off and start to penetrate pop […]

Facebook Live: Nonresident Tax Info Session

Posted on July 2nd, 2020 by Connor Blay

Calling all last-minute tax return filers! Next week on July 8th at 11am Eastern Time we’re going live on Facebook with our friend Neil Duffy from Sprintax. If you lived in the US as an international student in 2019, you’re going to need to file Tax Form 8843 regardless if you earned income last year […]

New English Test Option for University Admissions!

Posted on June 19th, 2020 by Brett Reichert

Hi, my name is Brett. I’m in charge of international student admissions at the University of West Georgia near Atlanta. Disclaimer: I don’t work for DuoLingo, but I did teach English in Korea and the U.S. for 10 years. I wanted to write about DuoLingo’s new English test because I think it offers a fresh, […]


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