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By on May 24th, 2017

6 Tips for International Students During Their Final Weeks in the U.S.

As international students will have the time of their lives in the U.S., it should come as no surprise that most of them also struggle during their last few weeks leading up to their departure. The following six tips will help with this. Stay Focused on Your Academics While there is a lot to do in these final weeks leading up to your departure, it’s still important that you stay focused on your academics. After all, that’s a big part…

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By on October 18th, 2016

5 Essential Things for International Students to bring while Studying in the USA

Getting accepted for an international study program in an American college or university was just the beginning of your new adventures. Now that you’re in, you’ve got at least a few years of exciting new experiences ahead of you. Before you can begin your study program and work towards your goals, there are a few things you must do. You need to meet your new homestay family and get settled in to your accommodations, of course, but even before that,…

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By on February 24th, 2016

A Quick Guide to Using American Currency

When you are studying or working in the U.S.A, using and receiving money can be confusing. Making change or paying with the correct amount is difficult with unfamiliar bills and coins. Exchanging money from or for your home currency isn’t always the most straightforward experience either, especially when exchange rates fluctuate daily. Finally, not being familiar with uniquely American money-related customs, such as tipping at restaurants or bars, can make for an embarrassing situation. American Currency American currency is made…

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