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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 April 21st, 2015

Homestay as Cultural Experience

As an international student considering their housing options during studies in the United States, you have a nice array of choices. You might choose a dormitory on your school’s campus, you could rent or share an apartment with other students, you can scout around for friends or relations with which to say, or you can opt for what is known as a homestay. Which is the right choice? There are a lot of what are known as “pros and cons”…

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By on March 21st, 2015

Don’t Fear Culture Shock When You Choose a Dependable Student Housing Option

Whether you have been away from home many times or never, when you relocate for weeks or months of studies it can be overwhelming. In fact, some international students say that it is only when they step off the plane and into the bustling airport that they begin to feel that they may be overwhelmed by the great changes ahead. Not only will foreign students studying in the United States need to really master the language, but they now have…

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