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You are not alone in thinking that tracking down all of the funding options available to you seems like a daunting task, to say the least. But, once they know where to start, most students realize that there are plenty of resources out there to get them started on the right track.
Are you curious to think more about and explore the reasons that you want to study abroad? Would it help to learn about why other students want to study abroad? We've asked Angelo from the Philippines who is currently living in Sweden and considering studying a Master's degree abroad to share his reasons why he would like to study abroad.
If English is not your native language and you’d like to study a degree in English abroad, you’ll have to take an International English Language Test or IELTS test. We’ve prepared some tips and advice to help you get totally prepared for the test and get your desired score.
For many students, studying abroad for university might be their first opportunity to leave their home country. However, it can feel really intimidating to commit to a semester, year, or full degree program when you’re unsure whether you even enjoy living abroad. Here are five challenges you’ll probably face if it’s your first time abroad, and five reasons why you should still take the plunge!
Studying abroad is a big step. Why do so many students leave all of the comforts of home to attend a university abroad? Here is phimcachnhietgiare.info's list of the top ten reasons why you should study abroad. .
Are you considering studying abroad but worried you will lose touch with the people you care about most? With a bit of planning and the help of technology, it’s easier than ever to stay-up-to-date and nurture your relationships back home. Read five tips real international students have used with success.