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By on June 26th, 2015

Never Too Soon to Arrange Housing

No matter where you are in your studies (just beginning, half way through, nearing the end), if you are looking for some time spent studying in the U.S., it is a matter of “the sooner the better”. Not that you have to get to America and study today, there is never a rush about that. Instead, what we mean is that it is never too soon to arrange housing and make some firm decisions about where you are going and…

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By on June 15th, 2015

5 Reasons for International Students to Choose Housing in Westwood California

Whether you are registered for classes at UCLA campus, Kaplan, or Santa Monica College (among others), you need housing. If you are an international student about to begin classes in the Los Angeles area, you may already be a bit worried about how you will handle this issue. After all, campus living may be unavailable or unaffordable, and now you know you have to start seeking a furnished apartment in this massive urban area. Where do you look? What about…

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By on June 10th, 2015

Life in the United States – A Brief Guide for Foreign Students

You have decided that you want to take a semester, or even two, abroad. Perhaps your firm is offering an overseas internship in the U.S. and you want to accept it. Any of these opportunities are amazing, but they do come with some concerns. Where are you going to live? How will you adjust to life outside of your home country? Will you have anyone in the city or setting to offer support?

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