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By on December 1st, 2015

The Best Situation for International Students and Interns in Los Angeles

There are so many issues that an international student or intern has to deal with, and though many of them are expected or easy to anticipate (applications, travel arrangements, and so on), one of the most challenging is housing. After all, you may be unable to seek out an apartment or living situation easily while living outside of the U.S., and may find yourself accepting housing that is less than ideal. You might have to rush to find housing in…

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By on November 16th, 2015

International Students and Interns Should Consider Homestays in Tempe, Arizona

Whether you are an international intern lucky enough to get a spot at the Apollo Group, Inc or you are headed to Arizona State University, Le Tutor Language School, or other Phoenix and Tempe area institutions, you will want to plan your stay well in advance. There are so many things that need to be dealt with before you board your plane for the U.S., and you will need to be sure that you can arrive without a lot of…

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By on August 3rd, 2015

Community Colleges, Homestays, and You

Not long ago, US News noted that international students should consider attendance at community colleges as these can help with English skills, save them a lot of money, and let them become familiar with the American educational system before they commit fully to a four-year program or institution. ( What the article only touched on, however, was the fact that community colleges are also in some of the best “college town” areas, and allow international students a chance to enjoy…

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