Education can make one’s future bright and successful. Around the world, the percentage of students studying increases every year due to many specific possibilities such as scholarships, financial abilities, exchange and research programs, employment...
Want to know what it’s truly like to be an international student at your dream school? Read about the current experiences of real international students studying in the USA right now. Learn from them what it’s like to be in U.S. classrooms, make friends, get a job, and more.
Making the final decision of seeking my college degree within the United States was hard not only for me, but also for all my family and the people that surrounded me including my friends, my partner, and the people shared my daily life with.
I’m still in the process of reigning in my anxiety over my family and what will happen to the world in the future. But there are certain things I’m trying to focus on while all of this is happening that you might find useful as well.
A typical media arts program in the United States can offer a wide variety of campus resources to support students, providing them a dynamic space to work in and to develop projects in.
As an international student studying in the U.S., one of the biggest challenges we run into is the occasional homesickness. Add on to that a layer of COVID-19 stress and quarantines and the idea of not being able to see your family back home for a wh...
As an international student in the United States, I want to share with everyone about information from the U.S. at this time, and how an international student should react to these situations.
The new method of lecturing requires the new method of learning! Now, we cannot rely on the in-person class to build our study habits. But we have to decide for ourselves what will work the best for us.
Why Black lives matter. Black lives matter. They matter because they are children, brothers, sisters, mothers, and fathers. They matter because the injustices they face steal from all of us — white people and people of color alike. They steal our...
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I began to love the idea that I was different from everyone else, that my culture was unique and special and so beautiful! With that acceptance and embracement came my practice of consciously establishing my cultural identity, no longer shying away f...
I fell in love with Fayetteville quite quickly, and most every student I know loves it like that, too. It sneaks up on you — you don’t quite expect it. Until one day, you wake up, and you realize you're in the chillest, sunniest, and friendliest town...
One of the characteristics that surprised me when I got to Austin, Texas, for the first time was its modernity. The big number of motorized scooters that you can find through Austin’s streets reflect this contemporary characteristic.
No day is another day alike, even though I follow a schedule every day in and out, even on the weekends. But you never know what or where the day will end.
I think everyone has their own way to take a break and spend time comfortably during this period, but taking a break is really important to help decrease stress during this hard time.
The former President, Barack Obama, in a virtual graduation address to the class of 2020, gave out three pieces of advice to this year's students: don't be afraid, do what you think is right, and build a community.
Sudiksha Kumar is majoring in biology and forensic science with a minor in chemistry at the University of Southern Mississippi (USM).
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As a current or prospective international student are you looking for resources to navigate your options during this challenging time? Join the conversation as top U.S. educators share their knowledge and insight on topics like: Staying Engaged in...
Choosing the place where to live is a tough task to do for a foreign student, and much more if there are a lot of options to choose from.
Meet Sofiat Ibrahim from Nigeria, a recent graduate from University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Hear her story and why she chose to study in the USA.
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