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Why Choose Experiential Learning in Montreal?

Think about your dream job – have you thought about what you’ll need to learn to get there? It might involve years of studying...

How to Move to Montreal as an International Student

A cosmopolitan city with a vibrant cultural scene, Montreal is the best student city in North America. It’s easy to see why, with its...

How to Navigate Accessibility Challenges While Studying Abroad

Studying abroad is meant to be a life-changing, eye-opening experience. One minute you’re studying in your uni hall, the next you’ve been whisked away...

Everything You Need for Your First Year of College

There is nothing quite as exciting as going to university for your freshman year. It is a chance to start the next chapter in...

Strategies for More Effective Study Sessions

Study sessions are an integral part of the college experience. So much so, that they’ve even been stereotyped plenty of times in television shows...

How Social Interaction Can Increase Confidence In International Students

Good social interaction among international students generates a zestful relationship between a group and individuals. Most students face challenges with social interaction due to...

5 Books All Aspiring Medical Students Should Read

Medical students are the unsung heroes of many healthcare industries around the world. They are fresh eyes and new ideas in an ever-challenging world...

The One Branding Lesson Universities (and Their Students) Can Learn from Mad Men

We won’t be dedicating this post to Don Draper. Nor will we make an official claim to our CEO for the reinstatement of the...

What to consider before a GRE retake, part II

Read more about the most important things you need to keep in mind before a GRE retake, following our first article. How much time is left? Keep...

An Interview with a Scientist

Aarathi Prasad works at University College London. She is the author of Like A Virgin: How Science is Redesigning the Rules of Sex, and In...

5 Dos and Don’ts for a Successful Personal Statement

Writing a personal statement is a rite of passage. In order to apply for most universities - or a whole tranche of them at...

An Interview with a Pharmacist

Read through an interesting interview with Robin McGuire, a pharmacy graduate from the University of Toronto, Ontario. Tell us a little bit about yourself... I have...

Dominic’s time at Oxford Brookes University

Dominic studied at Oxford Brookes University where he did a joint honours degree in English and History on their famous modular degree programme. My Oxford...

Thu shares her experiences of travelling, during and after her studies

Trang Lan Anh Thu is from Vietnam and studied a Bachelor of Commerce and Administration at Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand. She majored in Marketing...

From China to Australia: Janice’s Hotel Management degree abroad

Janice studied her Hotel Management degree at Griffith University, Australia. This is her story. Janice has just turned 25 and is from Guilin in the...

How To Improve Your English Speaking Skills For University

International students come to study in the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and other English speaking countries with vastly different levels of English proficiency. Some...

Why You Should Become TEFL Qualified

Teaching English Foreign Language (TEFL) has always been a popular qualification to gain, and the number of people becoming TEFL qualified is only going...

Why Should You Study English Abroad?

When deciding to learn English, one of the big questions you will have to ask yourself is whether you are going to study in...

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