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  • Article Image Read Study in the USA E-Magazines!

    Read Study in the USA E-Magazines!

    Inside you’ll find articles, interviews, tips and programs exclusively featured in the annual print editions of Study in the USA. It is the guide to education in the USA. Even better, there are e-magazines in multiple languages.

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  • Article Image Imagine UNC

    Imagine UNC

    University of Northern Colorado (UNC) is a public graduate research institution that is nationally ranked with over 100 undergraduate and graduate programs of study.

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  • Article Image What Rules to Establish with New Roommates

    What Rules to Establish with New Roommates

    Whether you are planning to live with friends you have known for a long time or moving in with someone new, it is essential for you and your roommates to be comfortable.

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  • Article Image The College Student's Guide to Learning How to Cook

    The College Student's Guide to Learning How to Cook

    Learning how to cook is an essential lifelong skill that is best learned at a young age. As with any skill, practice makes perfect. The earlier you start learning how to cook, the better you will be over the years.

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  • Article Image 4 Ways to Save Money on College

    4 Ways to Save Money on College

    College can be quite expensive. The costs can cause many people to think twice about attending. However, there is no need to pay the full sticker price at a four-year school. There are several ways to save money on college, and some of them can lead to substantial college credit before a student even leaves high school.

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  • Article Image American Slang Words you Need to Know in 2021

    American Slang Words you Need to Know in 2021

    Today, we'll cover the top 10 American popular slang words to ease your communication with English native speakers.

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  • Article Image How to Improve Your Writing Skills

    How to Improve Your Writing Skills

    In the age of the internet, everyone writes. If a couple of centuries ago only a select few owned the writing skills, now the overwhelming majority of people own them at a more or less decent level.

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  • Article Image International Admission Application Steps at Mohawk Valley Community College

    International Admission Application Steps at Mohawk Valley Community College

    The process of applying for Mohawk Valley Community College if you are an international student.

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  • Article Image 10 Activities To Do When You Need a Study Break

    10 Activities To Do When You Need a Study Break

    It’s 2021, and for most college students, the semester is off to a busy start. With readings, assignments, quizzes, and midterms just around the corner, the impact of Zoom University continues to take its toll.

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  • Article Image International Education Fairs

    International Education Fairs

    Fairs at a glance: Student education fairs give you a chance to speak directly with representatives of U.S. universities, language programs and summer schools. You can visit each school's booth, talk with people who teach and work there, and take home brochures and applications.

    Student education fairs give you a chance to speak directly with representatives of U.S. universities, language programs and summer schools. You can visit each school's booth, talk with people who teach and work there, and take home brochures and applications.

    Below is the schedule of fairs where Study in the USA® will be present. Come say hello, and pick up a copy of the new edition of Study in the USA Magazine!

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  • Article Image 6 Signs of a Good College Study Group

    6 Signs of a Good College Study Group

    If you have an effective, positive study group, you'll know it after your meetings. You'll have gained a better understanding of the material, saved yourself some time by collaborating with like minds, and perhaps even enjoyed yourself in the process.

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  • Article Image Find the Perfect Student Accommodation in the U.S.!

    Find the Perfect Student Accommodation in the U.S.!

    The benefits of off-campus housing far outweigh what you would usually get with student dorms. You can cook elaborate yet inexpensive meals rather than resorting to instant ramen for days on end.

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  • Article Image Discover a World of Opportunity at Bunker Hill Community College

    Discover a World of Opportunity at Bunker Hill Community College

    Boston, Massachusetts is one of the leading cities for biotechnology, engineering, information technology, finance, tourism, as well as higher education. With more than 11,000 students, Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) is one of the largest, diverse community colleges in Massachusetts.

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  • Article Image Preparing for a Phone Interview

    Preparing for a Phone Interview

    A phone interview may just be the first step in the process, but it’s the most important one as well, as it’s going to solidify a good first impression that will help carry you throughout the rest of the process.

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  • Article Image Health Insurance for International Students

    Health Insurance for International Students

    Preparing to study in the United States – or outside of your home country – is an exciting experience. But accidents and illness can happen anywhere, and it's important to have medical insurance for study abroad. Travel Insurance Services can help you get the international student medical insurance you need to meet school requirements. With Study USA-HealthCare coverage you get:

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  • Article Image Discover Your ELSA Score — an AI-Powered Visualization of Your English Speaking Proficiency in real time

    Discover Your ELSA Score — an AI-Powered Visualization of Your English Speaking Proficiency in real time

    Earlier this summer, we launched Your ELSA Score, an innovative scoring feature that provides effective feedback on learner’s strengths and weaknesses in five distinct areas of English speaking proficiency. The scores get updated with each lesson, so you can see analysis of your lesson-by-lesson progress and effectively tackle your weaknesses with personalized lesson plans.

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  • Article Image IELTS (International English Language Testing System)

    IELTS (International English Language Testing System)

    You can choose between taking your IELTS test on paper or on a computer. Please go to takeielts.org to see which options are available at your nearest test center.

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  • Article Image How Students Can Save $40k On Their Bachelor’s Degree

    How Students Can Save $40k On Their Bachelor’s Degree

    Overseas university education is often expensive, but it does not have to be so costly. Have you ever wondered how to get easy college admission, and save $40,000 on the cost of your Bachelor’s degree in the USA? Well, there is a program called “2+2” University Transfer, where students study a US community college for 2 years and transfer to a university for the final 2 years of Bachelor’s degree. Often students think they cannot afford a full university’s bachelor’s degree that could cost easily $150,000 (tuition only) over 4 years. There are many ways to save money and have a great educational experience with the 2+2 University Transfer program.

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  • Article Image Make Your U.S. Visa Application Process Easier

    Make Your U.S. Visa Application Process Easier

    Let ARGO help create the best chance of success with your visa interview!

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  • Article Image Ways to Save Money in College

    Ways to Save Money in College

    College Can Be Very Expensive

    Tuition, student fees, housing, transportation and textbook costs all add up quickly. There are some moves you can make to tamp down on certain expenditures such as food, transportation, and entertainment. Reducing these can help make the money you have stretch farther. Careful use of bank accounts and credit cards can also save you money. Another important way to save money is to comparison shop and look for sales and discounts on the things you buy all the time using a program called Student Advantage®.

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