College Vocabulary You Should Know Before Studying in the U.S.

Are you confused by the different terms and expressions used on U.S. university campuses?  Don’t worry! The words and expressions in this article are not only interesting but also useful in helping you better understand the U.S. college system.  Each university is unique, but there are sets of words that you can expect to hear … Read more College Vocabulary You Should Know Before Studying in the U.S.

Applying on Your Own vs. Applying With Epro 360

If you’re reading this article, you’re probably thinking about applying for a bachelor’s or master’s program in the U.S.—but you aren’t sure where to start. Many international students decide to do their U.S. college applications themselves. But there are also many others who prefer to have a little extra help. So today we’ll tell you … Read more Applying on Your Own vs. Applying With Epro 360

I just graduated from college in the U.S. Now what do I do?

Whether you’re entering your last year or starting your first year of college, you’ve probably thought about what options you have as an international student in the U.S. after graduation.  We know that many of you enjoy planning ahead and thinking about your future, so here are 3 options for you to consider:  Option 1: … Read more I just graduated from college in the U.S. Now what do I do?

Gap Year vs. 4-Year Degree in the U.S.: How to Choose?

If you’re reading this, it’s probably because you’ve been thinking about studying in the U.S. But you aren’t sure if you’d like to commit to four years to get a bachelor’s degree or test out the experience by doing a Gap Year.  Well, we’ve got good news for you. You’re in the right place to … Read more Gap Year vs. 4-Year Degree in the U.S.: How to Choose?

5 Online Course Tips for International Students

Fall 2020 isn’t going to be a typical semester on college campuses. But this month our students have landed in the U.S. to start their bachelor’s and master’s programs at the University at Buffalo, University of West Florida, and UNC Greensboro. We also have students who decided to stay in their country but will start … Read more 5 Online Course Tips for International Students

Opportunities for International Students in the U.S.

Despite the immigration policies of the current administration and the global atmosphere, the U.S. continues to be the country with the most opportunities for international students.  When you think about the U.S. the first thing you may think of is The American Dream. This expression is deeply rooted in American culture. The phrase is often … Read more Opportunities for International Students in the U.S.

6 Benefits of General Education Courses as Part of Your University Degree in the U.S.

What are university classes like in the United States? This is one of the most commonly asked  questions by students and parents who are interested in learning more about studying at a U.S. university. Below we will answer this question so that you know what to expect from your university program and better plan for … Read more 6 Benefits of General Education Courses as Part of Your University Degree in the U.S.

7 Reasons to Study in the U.S. Despite Donald Trump

Skyline view of Empire state building and new york city

We know that Donald Trump is all over the news, and to the majority of international students, it doesn’t make the United States look good. We have also noticed a bit of uncertainty among some students who are thinking about studying in the U.S. If you are thinking of studying abroad we would like to … Read more 7 Reasons to Study in the U.S. Despite Donald Trump