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5 Sure Fire Ways to Land a Right Job While Studying Abroad

5 Sure Fire Ways to Land a Right Job While Studying Abroad

| 11/06/2015 | 3 Comments

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In the present time, a large number of students move abroad to peruse their higher education.

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Tips for International Students Moving To the UK

Tips for International Students Moving To the UK

| 17/03/2014 | 5 Comments

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Most international students aiming to live in the UK and study there often underestimate the fact that there are some major differences to deal with, compared to their country of origin.

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5 Worthy Part-Time Jobs while Studying Abroad

5 Worthy Part-Time Jobs while Studying Abroad

| 05/02/2014 | 7 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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Student packing essentials

Student packing essentials

| 04/02/2014 | 2 Comments

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Regardless of the length of your trip abroad, you should know that packing is an essential step of your stay.

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Culture Shock: A Guide to Moving Abroad

Culture Shock: A Guide to Moving Abroad

| 16/12/2013 | 1 Comment

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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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Freelancing: Working Your Way through College

Freelancing: Working Your Way through College

| 30/10/2013 | 3 Comments

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Working while you are attending college is a necessity in most cases. While the job market in your area may be scant, or you are not permitted to work in the area you are living at the moment, the Internet can provide you with the means to pay for everything you need.

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4 Ways to Boost Your Career While Studying Abroad

4 Ways to Boost Your Career While Studying Abroad

| 19/02/2013 | 3 Comments

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The promise of new experiences, culture and friendships are enough to make any college student want to hop on a plane to study abroad. Travel experience is a resume builder that can set you apart from the crowd, but you won’t get a job on experience alone. Along with experiencing new things, college is about […]

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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 | 1 Comment

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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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5 Ways to Study Abroad and Work toward a Teaching Career

5 Ways to Study Abroad and Work toward a Teaching Career

| 07/11/2012 | 0 Comments

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Most students in education programs find that their schedules are very cut and dry. Most education programs are requirement-heavy and also involve quite a bit of preparation for state and national licensing exams. Unfortunately, this detracts many education majors from attempting a study abroad program – it is just too difficult to fit it all […]

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The Dos and Don’ts Of Working Part Time While Studying Abroad

The Dos and Don’ts Of Working Part Time While Studying Abroad

| 06/09/2012 | 6 Comments

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It’s Monday morning and your alarm wakes you out of a deep slumber. You were up until 3am studying and you only went to bed a few hours ago. You stumble to your classes throughout the day, trying to stay awake and focus during your lectures. After university is over for the day you head […]

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