European Universities Offering Free Tuition

Studying in Europe can be a dream come true, and the fact that many universities in Europe offer free tuition could make that dream a reality. Here is a list published by Scholarships for Development, which includes resources and information to get you started on your journey:

Tuition-Free Colleges and Universities for International Students [...]

PhD Programs without GRE or GMAT

Do you want to pursue a doctorate program but do not have the time to study for the GRE or the GMAT? Perhaps you took these tests over 5 years ago and they are no longer “valid”? Don’t despair. There is a way. I found a list of reputable PhD and doctorate programs that do [...]

Foreign Students’ Guide to Traveling to the USA

The United States is known for its multitude of foreign exchange students, which it accommodates on a yearly basis. In fact, there are more than 764,000 students that enrolled in U.S. universities and colleges during the 2011-2012 school year. Based on an article published in The Telegraph, around 9,000 British undergraduates and postgraduates studied in [...]

Global Travel Preparation: Homesickness

Just like the first time you stayed at your grandparents or went off to summer camp, being away from a familiar environment, even if it’s for a fairly short time, can bring on separation anxiety. While you may be very excited about living, studying or working overseas, be aware that homesickness affects adults [...]

Study in Rome at John Cabot University

Imagine attending United Nations conferences as part of your political science student group, visiting centuries-old churches as part of your art classes, or touring the Pantheon to complement your history lessons. Imagine meeting students from all over the world who share your passion for learning, exploring and immersing in the Italian culture. Imagine spending a [...]

Graduate Assistantships: Making Higher Education Available

by Denisse Romero

According to the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, a graduate assistantship is an academic position that carries a stipend and usually involves part-time teaching or research given to a qualified graduate student. Usually the university rewards the student with tuition exoneration and a small stipend that covers room and [...]

International Students Go Online

by Edwin Choi

Global education is considered more important than ever in today’s shaky economy. Universities on the coastal regions, like Hawaii and California, are selling themselves to international students on the merit that they not only include reputable, United States education, but they are influenced by the qualities of the neighboring countries overseas. [...]

Academic Success Tips for International Students

I won’t say that some of the world’s best students get an opportunity to study abroad but yes, some of the most fortunate students get this opportunity. These students, despite their strong academic backgrounds face real challenges adapting to the university environment on a foreign soil.

I consider North America, [...]

How to Say I Love You in Ten Languages

With Valentine’s Day approaching, many lovers are wondering how to say those three fantastic words in other languages. For some of them, this may be a necessity more than a romantic gesture since more and more relationships are now cross-cultural and international in nature. Lots of international students find love in foreign [...]

Quickly Learn a Language by Thinking in It

It can be tedious to learn a language. There will always be a certain amount of rote memorization required. However, there are also many little techniques for more easily learning a language. Labeling things around the house in the language you want to learn comes to mind. Listening to tapes while in [...]