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By on December 23rd, 2015

3 Organizational Tips for International Student Group Trips

If your institution offers student group trips to the United States (or if you’re considering offering them) for study abroad and ESL studies, you can make your life easier as an organizer with a few simple tips. Just by following these, you’ll make your job easier and give your students a more fulfilling and educational experience. Get Help Placing Your Students in Homestays First of all, once you have everyone signed up for the program, it’s easy to find deals…

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By on December 21st, 2015

3 Tips for Traveling With Student Groups

If you’re putting together a group trip to the United States to help your students learn the English language and gain invaluable experiences in American university classrooms, you’re definitely taking on a great project. Organizing this kind of trip can be a lot of fun, but it can also be very stressful if you don’t take care of a few essentials upfront. Here are our best tips for putting together a trip and traveling with student groups. Start the Visa…

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By on December 18th, 2015

3 Ways Homestays Help ESL Students

If you’re planning on coming to the United States as an ESL student, or if you are organizing a trip for students to stay in the US to learn English and attend classes at an American college or university, you should really consider the ways that homestays can help you. Students who stay with host families almost invariably have a richer, more educational experience than those who stay alone in traditional rental apartments or houses. Cut Down on Culture Shock…

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