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Laundry Money Saving Tips for Students Abroad

Laundry Money Saving Tips for Students Abroad

| 15/04/2014 | 3 Comments

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 Laundry. One of the dreaded chores of any college student, but not something that deserves the amount of attention most people give it, which is very little indeed.

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Guest Post: Study abroad and security issues

Guest Post: Study abroad and security issues

| 08/04/2014 | 0 Comments

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Introduction: There are many students among us who are very passionate and deeply intent on going abroad for future studies, to learn new cultures, languages and lifestyles, outside of our own.

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Study Abroad 101: Make Your Dorm Room Seem More Like Home

Study Abroad 101: Make Your Dorm Room Seem More Like Home

| 18/03/2014 | 2 Comments

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Although in most cases dorm rooms are not something we think of as home, we can go a step further in making it seem more like it than you would imagine.

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5 Worthy Part-Time Jobs while Studying Abroad

5 Worthy Part-Time Jobs while Studying Abroad

| 05/02/2014 | 3 Comments

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 Studying abroad can be expensive. If you’re planning to do it, you may be wondering if you need to find a part time job in the new area to pay for your added expenses.

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Culture Shock: A Guide to Moving Abroad

Culture Shock: A Guide to Moving Abroad

| 16/12/2013 | 0 Comments

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If you have to move overseas or to a country with a culture that is significantly different from yours, however you will need to adapt to many new things you may not be used to.

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Preparing for the Worst of Student Moving Day

Preparing for the Worst of Student Moving Day

| 03/12/2013 | 0 Comments

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There are many reasons why we can get stressed out during a move, however things get infinitely more strange and difficult when we need to move as students.

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Why Studying Abroad is More Relevant Now than Ever

Why Studying Abroad is More Relevant Now than Ever

| 02/08/2013 | 1 Comment

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When a student chooses to study abroad, he or she is looking forward to continuing education in another part of the world. Many universities sponsor programs such as these and encourage the exchange of students in such a manner.

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Study Abroad in Tanzania

Study Abroad in Tanzania

| 19/03/2013 | 0 Comments

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If you’re thirsting for adventure, a study abroad experience in Tanzania may be the perfect opportunity to whet your appetite. Whether you study ecology or sociology, numerous study abroad programs in Tanzania can support your educational needs. Before committing to a term abroad, make sure you thoroughly explore your options and ensure that you have [...]

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See the World & Get Paid for Your Time: The Benefits of Teaching Abroad

See the World & Get Paid for Your Time: The Benefits of Teaching Abroad

| 28/11/2012 | 0 Comments

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The reasons cited by individuals who teach school in foreign countries, or plan to do so, range from supremely logical explanations to unexplainable calls to adventure. Despite how they couch the reasons behind their departures from home, however, there are real benefits—including personal, financial, educational ones—to the experience of teaching English in a foreign country.

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Studying Abroad in China: Cultural Practices to Know Before You Go

Studying Abroad in China: Cultural Practices to Know Before You Go

| 04/10/2012 | 0 Comments

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Planning on studying abroad in China? The country is beautiful and full of educational opportunities and cultural diversity. There’s a lot to see and do, and a little bit to learn before you board your plane.

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