Life in the U.S.
Lette Berhe

3 ways to take advantage of your university studies in the U.S.

Elegir tu especialidad universitaria después de la secundaria puede ser una de las decisiones que alteran más tu vida. Muchos estudiantes temen esta decisión. Al final, no solo influye en su trabajo y su salario, sino más importante aún en el círculo de personas con las que estará rodeado, cuán satisfecha será su vida laboral y tal vez incluso dónde terminará viviendo. A diferencia de los EE. UU., La mayoría de los sistemas de educación superior hacen que sea bastante difícil
1. entrar en un programa de grado específico y
2. cambiar el programa cuando no se adapte a usted.

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Life in the U.S.
Lette Berhe

Credit Scores in the United States – for International Students

Having good credit is necessary for almost everything in the U.S.: getting a loan, buying a car, renting an apartment, and more.

The way banks and private businesses know if you have good or bad credit is by looking at your credit score.
A credit score is a three-digit number (between 300 and 850) given to you by U.S. credit agencies that lets businesses know how risky it is to let you borrow money. Your credit score can go up or down over time because it is calculated based on late payments, amount of debt, and other money-related factors.

If you think there is a possibility that you will stay in the U.S. after you finish studying, you should think about getting a U.S. credit card to start building your credit.

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Summer camps in the U.S.
Lette Berhe

U.S. Summer Camps for International Students

If you were looking at our high school programs but don’t think you’re ready to commit to four years away from home, keep reading. Or, maybe you are ready but you know your parents are not. It happens. Whatever the reason is, we have a solution for you: U.S. summer camps.

When you think of summer camp, images of people sleeping in cabins, swimming in a lake, or eating together at long wooden tables might come to mind. This definitely exists in the U.S., but guess what? There are many more options that will allow you to sleep in a bed – in a city.

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Work in the U.S.
Nuria Aceme Labrador

Networking for International Students: How to Build a Social Network in the U.S.

Building your social network is an important part of being a college student in the U.S. Networking means creating a support system for both personal and professional development. By networking you can socialize with other international students and get to know university professors.

Whether you are planning to look for a job in the U.S. or back in your home country, networking is an essential part of an effective job search. The term “networking” may sound formal, but it can actually take place anywhere: one-on-one coffee chats, in class, or formal networking events.

But why network?

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Teach in the U.S.
Lette Berhe

How to Teach in the United States With a J-1 Visa

Have you found Epro 360 but thought that we couldn’t help because you’re not a student? Well, we have good news for you – we can. Here at Epro 360 we are passionate about international education in all its forms. This includes providing information and resources to international teachers who want to teach in the U.S.

Moving to the U.S. is not only an option for students. Your teaching degree in your home country can actually help you work as a teacher in the U.S. We want you to know that the J-1 visa exists specifically for you.

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ADifferent types of exams to study an MBA in the U.S.
Admission exams
Lette Berhe

GMAT vs GRE: What’s the difference?

Now that you’ve decided that you want to get an MBA, you sit down to make your application checklist.

You write down your deadlines.

You start looking at required exams…the GRE. Wait, no. The GMAT?

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