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Campus Connections For A Perfect Future

You may not think of school as a place for networking; but in reality, it’s a gold mine of potential connections. If you manage your time and studies right, these connections have the potential to help you secure your first internship, full-time job or even a future promotion. Cultivate these relationships now and you’ll have the opportunity to help others as well.

Studying Abroad? Be prepared for these 5 challenges

Excited about migrating to another country in order to pursue your dreams regarding your education? Change always feels good. However, the transitory period is never easy. So while you pack your bags and fascinate about how it would be like in that foreign college, make sure you prepare yourself for a period of utter bewilderment as you try to adapt to the new surroundings.

Studying Abroad - A survival guide

Studying abroad is a very rewarding and rich experience for students. It allows them to study at world-renowned universities while providing them the opportunity to experience a new culture and make new friends. However, studying abroad is not quite easy. It presents a number of unexpected problems that might prove to be overwhelming for those who are unprepared.

Socializing and Networking: A Step Towards Global Careers

One of the advantages of studying abroad is the opportunity to build a network of international friends and acquaintances who can give you tips and information on further studies as well as career opportunities across the globe. Though it might take a bit of an effort to break the ice and make friends with local as well as other foreign students – the benefits are well worth it. In this article we provide effective tips for international students to help improve their social life at college and build lasting friendships.

Challenges Faced by International Students in the US

Foreign students in the US face a host of issues that they need to deal with effectively to ensure their period of stay in the nation is happy and fruitful. Some of the common problems include the cold weather in winter (depending on the location) as well as coping with the demanding course work. In this article, we list the common challenges faced by international students in the US and advice on how to handle them effectively.

Cyber Jungle - A Guide to Staying Safe

Today, it’s almost impossible to escape social media. It’s everywhere. Companies use it, teachers use it, and your future boss is likely using it too. Before you dive head first into tweeting, posting and recording every moment of your college years, stop and think about what can be seen and by the public, how it will affect your future and how to take advantage of this tool.

Helping Other Students When Times Are Tough

Let’s be honest. Times can be tough and sometimes being in school is certainly no picnic. The college student’s experience can be made more difficult by a number of factors. Many would say that it is the most difficult for nontraditional students who are over the age of 24 and may already have children or others to care for. Adding that in to a busy college workload can spell disaster and stress. But other people have ‘rainy days’ as well. Here is a list of tips for how to help out a friend who is having a bad day.

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