Nowadays students are required to have a lot of skills to achieve the desired results in the academic life. One of these skills is the ability to write an effective and clear speech. Being an ESL student, you should remember that you‘ll come on it sooner or later. So, prepare yourself for this stage in advance if you don’t want to feel nervous while speaking a new language in front of an audience. Continue reading
Nowadays, we are living in a huge global community. We have many long roads open wide for us! Whether you’d like to study or travel abroad, to explore the unknown or experience whatever makes you come alive, you’re welcome to set off straight away! What a great time we live in, don’t you think? However, if you’re curious about studying in the world-renowned colleges, the first thing to keep in mind that you’ll have to study in English. The reality is that English is the universal language and many of the top reputed schools provide courses in English alone. And you have to deal with it, like it or not. Continue reading
SUNY (the State University of New York) is an assembly of 64 higher educational institutions located within New York state. It comprises liberal arts colleges, medical centers, research universities, community colleges and so on. It is the largest educational system in the USA that attracts loads of American students as well as international learners. The overseas undergraduates constitute about 8% of all the SUNY students, and if you’re also interested in enrolling in one of the colleges/universities from this system, learn more about the benefits it provides. Continue reading
It was registered that last year there were 1.18 million of international students in the US higher educational establishments. The number grew by 2% in comparison with 2016 even despite the travel ban and the changes of political moods towards some countries. The USA still stays the most popular destination for young people who wish to get a degree abroad. Continue reading
London accommodates approximately 100 000 foreign students from more than 200 countries all over the world. If you’re wondering why they’re swarming into this city, you need to be aware of its numerous learning facilities and opportunities. London has about 120 libraries, 30 000 courses in different educational establishments and over 45 universities. But we’ve decided to mark out the institutions which are perfect for foreign learners to study in London. Continue reading
As the statistics from 2015-16 shows, 20% of students obtaining a degree in the UK are foreigners – 6% of them are EU citizens while 14% come from different countries around the world. Chinese students occupy the majority of places among international students with Indian learners being on the second place after them. And, as the numbers state, England is the most popular destination for young people seeking for opportunities abroad. Continue reading
Easy access to online courses has revolutionized the world of traditional education, and you hear people talking about online classes on every corner. Indeed, the Internet has made it possible to gain knowledge, learn languages and obtain degrees without leaving home. And people are falling for this kind of studying because it’s much cheaper, very flexible and comfortable.
But there are people who prefer real-life communication and the presence of an actual teacher, and we assume you belong to that group (if you still read this article). The conventional classes do have their advantages: Continue reading
October 2017 is going to be action-packed in Indiana, and so will November. There are a lot of events lined up for these months, some that have immense academic value. This should be great news for any Indiana University undergrad and other students nearby. More events should mean less monotony and richer learning experiences. Well, that interpretation depends on how you look at things. Nonetheless, you should be able to find this selection of Continue reading
We have already covered this topic earlier in one of our articles. So, what’s the deal? Why would we highlight it again? The thing is that we’re not going to tell you how to save up money and find an affordable apartment. If you chose to study and live in San Francisco, you knew what you were doing. San Francisco is the most expensive American city to rent a place in, and it’s a general truth, not some hidden fact. Continue reading
You may be quite sceptical while starting to read this article because where in the world can you find a place to rent for less than $600? But in Detroit everything is possible. In a 2015 The Economist article the reporter wrote that “Detroit may be one of the only cities in the rich world where it is possible for someone on a fairly modest income to buy a street.” There is actually a story when a guy bought a house for $500 (though without electricity, heating or any other facility that would make it suited for life). But that’s not the focus of our article. You are an international student coming to study in one of the richest cities in the USA that has moderate rent prices. Is there a catch? Yes, there is, but we’ll talk about it later.
It’s possible to find apartments for rent in Michigan State for less than $600, and we’ll show you 10 examples to prove this is actually true. The prices are stated for 1 bedroom apartments/small studios as we’re looking for the most budget variant for a student living off campus. So, here we go. Continue reading