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By on May 29th, 2017

Americans 101: A Guide for International Students

No matter where you’re from in the world, there’s no place like America. Even their two neighbors, Canada and Mexico, are completely different. While a country with well over 319 million people that prides itself on diversity is hard to generalize, the following guide should help international students better know what to expect. Americans Are Very Nice If you’re basing your impression of Americans on TVs and movies, you may think that they’re all loud, blunt, and even bullies. To…

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By on May 22nd, 2017

4 Challenges Every International Student Will Face

International students have a lot to look forward to in America. You may have heard of the place you’re about to live for years. Even if you’ve never heard of it before, it will be a new location and culture that you’ve never experienced before. You are in for an amazing adventure that will stick you forever. However, you’re right to be nervous, too. The good news is that the following challenges are ones you can prepare for beforehand to…

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By on May 19th, 2017

How to Make American Friends: A Guide for International Students

According to a recent study, 40% of international students don’t make any friends when they come to America. Considering the many challenges that may already face international students, this number probably convinces many to stay home. If you’re worried about making friends in America, don’t let that keep you from such an amazing experience. This article will show you it’s really not that difficult if you just do a few things differently. Americans Keep to Themselves If you’ve only learned…

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