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Determining College Fit: Five Steps to Narrowing Down Your College List

Friday March 16, 2018 | by Zaragoza Guerra

college fit

There are over 5,000 colleges and universities in the U.S. Big, small, urban, rural—name what you are looking for, and you are bound to find it. As a consequence, it can be easy for international students to become overwhelmed with choices or to stick to schools well known around...

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How to Make the Most of In-Person Networking Events

Thursday March 15, 2018 | by Sarah Hua

Business people networking

When you sign up to participate in career fairs, networking events, or professional development conferences, it is beneficial for you to ensure you make the most out of your attendance. Events like these are a great way to connect with other professionals who are in your industry, build your...

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Innovative and Inclusive Internationalization: Call for Papers

Wednesday March 14, 2018 | by Antonnet Botha

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Are you a master’s or doctoral student with an interest in innovative and inclusive internationalization in higher education? World Education Services (WES) and the Boston College Center for International Higher Education (CIHE) invite you to submit a paper to share and present your research to key international higher education...

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Financial Aid Options for International Students at Canadian Universities

Friday March 9, 2018 | by Abigail Byle

Financial aid Canada international students

Canadian universities are seeing ever-increasing numbers of international students, but these students often face challenges, such as high tuition and fees. Most of the universities in Canada are publicly funded, which helps to keep tuition fees lower than in some other countries, while still offering a high-quality education. Unfortunately,...

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Five Tips for Planning Study Abroad

Wednesday March 7, 2018 | by Raif Howley

Diverse group of students studying together.

So you have decided you want to study abroad, great! But what now? How exactly do you go about the process? Study abroad website Hotcourses Abroad (HCA) provides tons of advice on choosing where to study, how to apply, what to do while you are there, and everything in between....

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