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Packing for the Fashionista

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Think you can’t survive without 50 scarves, your 20 pairs of shoes, giant purse of makeup and hair products? If you’re going on a trip – you might want to think again. It… Continue reading

Small Business – Large Opportunities Abroad

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Interested in working in small businesses? You can still find opportunities to study abroad! Arcadia University has a new program that connects students with small-business interests to work and visit at small businesses… Continue reading

DANCING WITH THE DEVIL AT VICTORIA FALLS

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Originally posted on Equatours Travel News :
As one of the ‘Seven Natural Wonders of the World’ and one of the largest waterfalls on the planet, it is easy to understand why Victoria Falls…

That Last and First Meal in Your Home Location

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When traveling to South Africa, I knew I would miss certain American foods and treats – but I was really excited to taste new dishes and spices! As I prepared for the trip… Continue reading

Hair abroad: here today, gone tomorrow?

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This post is directed more towards girls rather than the guys who read this blog. (Let’s face it, girls usually care more about hair.) While going abroad for a semester or year, one… Continue reading

How To Take The Best Photos

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Ever wonder how to get the “perfect picture?” Taking the time to consider how to get that unique photo might end up with some a-typical images you did not intend to capture –… Continue reading

International Students in the USA

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    Check out this infographic on the numbers of international students studying in the United States. Were you a part of the 765,000 students this past school year? For the 2011-12 school… Continue reading

A BIG DON’T FOR INTERNATIONAL JOB SEEKERS

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Originally posted on Seeking Mastery:
If you meet an average foreign graduate student in a developed country, and you assume that he or she is smart, independent, and highly motivated, you’re probably right.…

Will you teach your children a foreign language at a young age?

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The United States is further behind in teaching children foreign languages than many other countries. Most commonly, students will have the opportunity to start a foreign language in high school – maybe middle… Continue reading

What school year is the best to study abroad?

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Congratulations – you have decided to study abroad! Beyond the questions of logistics and where you will be going, there comes another decision: when? Most colleges suggest students study abroad during their sophomore… Continue reading