Category Archives: International Students

Where Can I Study English in San Diego, California? By Brianna Burrows

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San Diego is located in southern California and is only 17 miles from the border of Mexico. It is well known for its warm weather year round and beautiful beaches. San Diego is also known for its naval air force presence at North Island Naval Air Station. There are many educational institutions in San Diego, which makes it a great city for international students that like the sun, sand, and waves. Below are four highlighted schools where you can study in English in San Diego, California:

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Colleges and Universities that Offer Scholarships to International Students: Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa By Brianna Burrows

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Finding the money to attend a college or university can be quite a struggle, especially for international students. That’s why it is by far one of the most popular questions on StudyUSA.com: Where can I find scholarships for international students? Here are some schools in Georgia, Hawaii, and Iowa that offer scholarships to international students.

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How Living Abroad Can Get You Motivated and Boost Your Productivity By Nicole Noel

161219_international_studentsLiving abroad is a unique experience brimming with life-changing potential. Expanding horizons always acts as a powerful motivation booster and allows you to take your productivity to new heights. There’s truly something special about immersing yourself into this landscape of opportunities. Know that where there’s a will, there’s also a way, so here are some amazing ways in which living and studying abroad enhances your performance.

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U.S. University and College Scholarships for International Students

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Asian student on campusScholarships: money for school that you don’t have to pay back. The appeal is undeniable. And for many students, scholarships are an absolute necessity in order to realize their educational dreams. Fortunately, many colleges and universities offer scholarships to international students.

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Contemporary Education Shift: What International Applicants Can Expect by Scott Ragin

 

160908_woman-notebook-working-girlThe system of global education is changing every day, with the number of students and tuition costs rising. According to a report from British Council, the total tertiary enrollments are projected to increase by 21 million between 2011 and 2020, or 1.4 percent per year on average. This means that the demand for education on the international level is booming, which contributes to the establishment of new universities and overall development of the field.

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5 Tips for International Students to Adjust to Foreign Universities by Ethan Miller

160906_travel_international_student_planeTraveling the world, experiencing new cultures and living in a foreign country is a dream that many have. Globalization has shrunk the boundaries of the world and higher education opportunities in foreign universities provide international students with a chance to live that dream. Every year, thousands of students from different countries (including the U.S.) travel abroad to study in foreign universities.

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How to Use Your Foreign Language Skills in your Job Search by Brooke Chaplan

How to Use Your Foreign Language Skills in your Job SearchAccording to past research, people in the United States are sadly behind most countries when it comes to learning foreign languages. Fortunately, the situation is changing as many students and adults are learning to speak Spanish and other prominent languages represented in our country. If you are fluent or have a working knowledge of a foreign language, it may serve you well in a job search. Here a few ways it can help and how to include it in your search and resume. Continue reading