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Afraid Of Flying? Five Ways to Overcome Your Fears
April 5, 2018
If you’re afraid of flying, you’re far from alone. In fact, according to FlyFright, nearly a third of Americans are either anxious about flying or afraid to fly. The good news? You don’t have to let these fears prevent you from pursuing your desire to study abroad or to travel the world. Read on for a roundup of five ways to conquer your fear of flying.

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Studying Abroad? Don't Miss These Holiday Destinations
February 22, 2018
Studying abroad means the opportunity to discover an entirely new environment. But why limit yourself to just one? Depending on where you’re studying, many interesting places, cultures, and people are just a hop, skip or jump away. Read on for a roundup of magnificent places to visit from wherever...

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Five Tips for Returning Home
April 14, 2016
As they say, all good things must come to an end. And for many international students, the hardest part of a study-abroad adventure is the return home. You probably spent a lot of time planning and preparing for your trip abroad, but have you taken the time to anticipate the challenges of leaving yo...

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Why You Should Study in Multiple Countries
April 7, 2016
Traditionally, a student who decided to study abroad would spend a semester or year studying in a foreign country and then return home to finish their degree. But the academic world has become more global, and employment is increasingly international. So why limit yourself to a short-term study abro...

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Four Fabulous Reasons to Study in Iceland
February 11, 2016
Iceland’s stunning scenery is far from the country’s only allure. It’s also home to an internationally celebrated higher education system. Let’s count down a few reasons why so many students from all over the world are drawn to “the land of fire and ice” for enric...

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Top 6 Reasons to Study in India
February 1, 2016
Recently, the India Prime Minister's office has announced a plan to set up 10 private universities. With so much progress underway in the world’s most populous democracy, you may be wondering whether studying in India can help you reach your own academic goals. Let’s count down the top s...

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Four Reasons To Study Engineering in France
January 20, 2016
When you think of countries with top engineering programs, China, the US and Switzerland may be the first to come to mind. However, plenty of other nations offer premiere engineering opportunities with allures of their own. One destination topping the list for engineers in search of an international...

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Why Iranian Universities Are Attracting More Students
January 14, 2016
Over the past decade, Iranian higher education system has dramatically reversed in direction. In fact, education today in Iran is rigorously equal opportunity for the nation’s students, with rising potential for international students, as well. Let’s take a closer look at the transf...

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Six Practical Tips for International Students
January 7, 2016
Congratulations! You've decided to study abroad. But now that you've chosen your program, applied for your visa, and have started checking out flights, you're also starting to worry. Relax – studying abroad doesn't have to mean loads of stress and if you follow these six tips, you'll be off to...

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Celebrating Christmas Around the World
December 25, 2015
One of the best parts about studying abroad is the chance to see how other countries and cultures celebrate holidays. Christmas may not be celebrated in every country, but those that do have a wide variety of traditions. So, let's hop in Santa's sleigh (aka Pere Noel, Julenissen, Ded Moroz, Dun Che ...

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April 20, 2018

Despite a surge in international student numbers, the overall numbers of applications to universities in the UK are in decline. Let's take a closer lo...


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April 17, 2018

Making it into the NCAA Final Four for men’s basketball is a big deal for players and fans, but it’s also a big deal for college admissions office...


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April 13, 2018

Students in Chile have a history of activism, and they recently took to the street again with a new cause: Protesting the overturning of the Higher Ed...