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By on April 27th, 2015

Interns Can Enjoy Premium Short Term Housing Too

The value of an internship just cannot be overemphasized. Unfortunately, some of the most competitive or useful internships are only available in the United States and only to students, and this leaves foreign students at a bit of a disadvantage. Even if you do get a spot with a global corporation or other institution, you may not be able to accept because you fear you will not have a suitable place to live while you spend weeks or even months…

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By on April 21st, 2015

Homestay as Cultural Experience

As an international student considering their housing options during studies in the United States, you have a nice array of choices. You might choose a dormitory on your school’s campus, you could rent or share an apartment with other students, you can scout around for friends or relations with which to say, or you can opt for what is known as a homestay. Which is the right choice? There are a lot of what are known as “pros and cons”…

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By on April 16th, 2015

Ensure Your Group Success With the Right Housing

When international students hear the term “homestay” they automatically feel it is something available only to individual students. This is a disappointment to many who would have preferred a home-like setting while studying in the U.S. However, USH (Universal Student Housing) has been providing housing for groups of up to 80 students at one time for more than a decade. Different Options Available What is it you are hoping to enjoy in a group homestay? Is it a more affordable…

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