The USA is the world's number one study abroad destination with some 20% of international students choosing to study there.
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Going to college in the U.S. offers you a great opportunity to experience American culture, while getting a degree from an established university. Regardless of the college or university that you choose, it's important for you to know the difference between a working and student visa as you apply. T… read more
There has never been a better time to contribute to American politics. The economic downturn, diversity difficulties and international unrest will never go away. Therefore, the following four degrees will empower students to help shape the U.S. for the better. Bachelors of Science in Political Scie… read more
Three weeks ago, I left New Zealand and traveled home to America. I spent just over nine months in New Zealand, and a lot can change in that time. I was a bit apprehensive about going home - I anticipated that I would face reverse culture-shock and feel slightly out of place. While this proved to be… read more
The peninsula that Dunedin is built upon is comprised of rocks created by an ancient volcano. This geologic history, along with the temperamental climate of the South Island of New Zealand, is responsible for the beautiful and dramatic scenery of the area. One example of such natural beauty… read more
The Evans library at FMCC works proactively to assist students to maximize their academic experience and achieve success by providing great student support services. One of such services provided is information literacy skills in support of campus courses and programmes. This allows students to accu… read more
I moved to San Francisco in summer 2013. Having lived in Virginia and been used to the suburb environment for so long, I was irrationally surprised by the liveliness of this city on the other coast of America. I remember thinking to myself, almost naively amazed, when looking at all the people waiti… read more