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Ways to Live Like a Local as an International Student in the US

Posted on April 13th, 2018 by Connor Smith

Have you ever heard the expression, “When in Rome, do as the Romans do!”? This is the mantra you should adopt when you become an international student in the US! The most important thing when studying abroad is to immerse yourself in that culture. Go in with the attitude that you are a sponge, ready […]

Southeast Europe US College Student Fairs Tour

Posted on March 30th, 2018 by Rachel Rollins

If you’re a student living in Southeast Europe then get ready! Colleges and universities from the US are touring all over Europe to come meet and talk with students that want to study in the US. Take a look at the fair dates below and find out more information about a fair near you by […]

What all International Students Should Know About US Healthcare

Posted on March 9th, 2018 by Yessica Prato

Coming to the United States as an international student is an exciting adventure. The US culture is very unique and the vastness of this country offers a place for everyone. However, one important aspect of your trip should be protecting your health. While traveling to a different country can be a great experience, you want […]

How to Study in the USA on a Limited Budget

Posted on February 20th, 2018 by Connor Smith

Leaving your home country to study in the United States is a massive adventure! However, this adventure also comes with a massive price tag. Tuition, housing, textbooks… it all adds up really fast!  Fortunately, there are ways to avoid breaking the bank when studying in the US. You can still study in the US and […]

Importance of Networking for International Students in the US

Posted on January 12th, 2018 by Yessica Prato

The word networking can fall under two categories: Social and Business. Both are very important as it is a way to create a support system for both personal and professional development. Social networking or socializing tends to be less intimidating for international students. However, when you travel to the US to complete your degree, it […]

Fall Festivals and Activities for International Students To Attend In The US

Posted on September 29th, 2017 by Yessica Prato

As the leaves turn from green to bright orange, red, and yellow, students like you start pouring into colleges. Although fall in the US always directly correlates with a new school year, getting ready for classes isn’t the only focus students have during this time. The fall semester brings with it a variety of activities that international […]

Nightlife in the US as an International Student

Posted on August 31st, 2017 by Connor Smith

The United States of America is almost like two countries depending on the time of day. By day you have a plentiful array of activities to choose from but the real fun begins after the sun sets and the street lights begin to flicker on one by one. As a college student, nightlife activities are […]

Need a job? Tips on finding a job and jobs you have not considered!

Posted on August 18th, 2017 by Yessica Prato

A new semester begins and with it your tuition, fees, and books will quickly empty your bank account. There is no need to panic! There are many ways for an international student in the US to find jobs and there are a lot of jobs that you may not have considered before. With your tight […]

The Top Reasons Why You Should Earn Your Degree in Pennsylvania

Posted on August 11th, 2017 by Connor Smith

From sea to shining sea the United States of America is the land of freedom, opportunity and most importantly higher education. Deciding where to study isn’t easy since America has 50 individual states each with tons of different colleges and their own unique cultures. One of the most historic places and embodies the true spirit […]

Staying Safe While Studying In The United States

Posted on July 21st, 2017 by Yessica Prato

Staying safe while you are studying abroad is very important. Unfortunately, we live in a world where some people may take advantage of others, especially international students. When it comes to studying in a different country, one thing is certain – the struggle is very real! Most of the time you are on a tight […]


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