Life in the USA

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  • Article Image Four Things to Do Before You Get to Campus

    Four Things to Do Before You Get to Campus

    Opening your acceptance email and finding out you’ll attend university in the United States is one of the most exciting moments of your life. Immediately, you’ll have a long list of things you’ll want to do when you arrive in the U.S.

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  • Article Image Tips for Updating Your Space on a Budget

    Tips for Updating Your Space on a Budget

    Studying abroad in the United States is an exciting opportunity to learn and grow as a student, but there are also several responsibilities that come along with it. If you are living in an off-campus apartment, you will likely have to furnish the space and add other living necessities, all while sticking to a budget.

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  • Article Image Moving to the USA? Tips for Finding an Apartment and How to Settle in Quickly and Easily

    Moving to the USA? Tips for Finding an Apartment and How to Settle in Quickly and Easily

    Moving to the USA? Tips for Finding an Apartment and How to Settle in Quickly and Easily

    While studying abroad is an extremely exciting opportunity, securing a place to live in the United States can leave you a bit anxious. However, with a little preparation and know-how, you can find the perfect place to lay your head. Here a few tips for renting in the USA. 

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  • Article Image Tips for Applying to Internships

    Tips for Applying to Internships

    Summer internship season is quickly approaching! Even though it’s early, you can start thinking about your internship application process. In this article, we’ll discuss tips for applying to internships.

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  • Article Image Charcuterie Board Basics for Beginners

    Charcuterie Board Basics for Beginners

    Charcuterie boards have become one of the latest social media crazes that has trended in the last few months, for many delectable reasons. With the ongoing pandemic, creating a nice charcuterie dish with your friends or loved ones could be the perfect activity and snack to keep you safely indoors.

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  • Article Image Quiz: What Kind of Roommate Are You?

    Quiz: What Kind of Roommate Are You?

    Should you live alone or with roommates? How many? Do you need your own bathroom? How should you market yourself to viable roommate options? How should you describe yourself when writing a roommate ad?

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  • Article Image Buying Professional Attire on a Budget

    Buying Professional Attire on a Budget

    Congratulations! You have scored your first professional job or internship. You spent hours perfecting your resume and cover letter. However, there is one last thing you need to do before your first day.

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  • Article Image New York City: Much More than Manhattan

    New York City: Much More than Manhattan

    Studying in New York City is an exciting prospect. People all over the world know New York City for its famous sites, such as Broadway, Times Square, and Central Park. Those are all amazing places to visit, and they are a must for any visitor.

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  • Article Image How can you determine a Caribbean medical school’s quality?

    How can you determine a Caribbean medical school’s quality?

    While looking for the best Caribbean medical schools to study at, you’ll have to conduct a rigorous amount of research. Joining a medical school in the Caribbean is a decision that will give direction to your future career, and therefore, you have to be selective about your choice. 

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  • Article Image What inspires people to become doctors?

    What inspires people to become doctors?

    Medicine is one of the most respected professions in the world. Saving lives and nursing people back to health is a job that has a strong sense of morality attached to it and provides professionals with immense satisfaction. 

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  • Article Image A Beginner's Guide to March Madness

    A Beginner's Guide to March Madness

    There are some trends that tend to occur that are surprising to experts and fans and many claim that they have analyzed them to know for sure who will win the championship, but it is impossible to know.

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  • Article Image What makes the MUA curriculum so special?

    What makes the MUA curriculum so special?

    Choosing a medical school can be challenging, and there are many factors that need to be considered. Among them are curriculum, cost, USMLE Step One success, clinical rotations, faculty, and ultimately residency placements.

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  • Article Image Five Tips for Students Who Want to Study Abroad

    Five Tips for Students Who Want to Study Abroad

    Going to school overseas is an incredible opportunity to explore another country, learn through another culture and shape yourself through adventure. It's also a great way to see another part of the world before you have to settle down and start a career.

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  • Article Image You are now entering Champaign, Illinois!

    You are now entering Champaign, Illinois!

    When deciding where to study abroad in the United States, there is a lot to consider. You’ll want to find a city with affordable housing options, a thriving culture and entertainment scene and, of course, world class educational opportunities. One city that fits this description perfectly is Champaign, Illinois, part of the Champaign-Urbana metropolitan area. 

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  • Article Image Moving to the USA? Check out all that Seattle offers

    Moving to the USA? Check out all that Seattle offers

    Making the decision to study abroad in the United States will open doors to experiences and opportunities that will last a lifetime. Here’s our look into one of the most exciting and unique cities in the country—Seattle, Washington.

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  • Article Image A New York State of Mind… Exploring The City That Never Sleeps

    A New York State of Mind… Exploring The City That Never Sleeps

    When people think of the most iconic city in the United States, New York City is what comes to mind. As the most populous city in the country (8.5 million people), New York City has the world’s two largest stock exchanges and is known for having some of the world’s most renowned educational facilities.

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  • Article Image Head to the Midwest and Discover Indianapolis!

    Head to the Midwest and Discover Indianapolis!

    Indianapolis is home to more than 850,000 people, making it the second largest city in the Midwest region of the United States and the largest city in the state of Indiana.

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  • Article Image Welcome to the Windy City! Find Your Home in Chicago

    Welcome to the Windy City! Find Your Home in Chicago

    Chicago is the third most populous city in the United States with 2.7 million residents. With more than 100 universities and colleges, students from around the world call Chicago home. 

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  • Article Image  Better to Study Alone or in a Group?

    Better to Study Alone or in a Group?

    It’s a long-debated topic: Is group studying more effective than studying alone?

    We’ve all experienced getting together with classmates to study for an upcoming exam and spending the entire time gossiping, talking or joking around. You leave the group without accomplishing anything to get you ready for your exam.

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  • Article Image Jane Sun Travel From Student to CEO

    Jane Sun Travel From Student to CEO

    China’s Great Wall. Australia’s remote Outback. Italy’s ancient ruins. 

    From her perch atop the global travel industry, Jane Sun, CEO of CTrip, Asia’s largest online travel agency, connects people with the best destinations the world has to offer. She even quotes Confucius when explaining how cultural experiences can bridge divides, strengthen industries and create peace.

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