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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...

Getting Ahead of the Stress-Nutrition-Sleep Cycle for International Students

Being able to study abroad in a new environment is an exciting opportunity for any student. You can fully immerse yourself in a new...

How College Students Are Advocating for More Mental Health Programs

You may have been dreaming of “the college experience” for a long time. You may have been yearning for the opportunity to break out...

Tips for Nailing Your First Post-College Interview

Graduating from college is certainly a milestone achievement in your life. It marks the start of your journey toward your career goals. However, this...

5 Tips for Progressing Quickly When Learning Chinese

If you’re learning Chinese as a non-native speaker, you have a long road ahead of you. Had you chosen to study French or Spanish...

Why Study Chemistry in Australia?

There are many reasons why you should study Chemistry in Australia. Let's take a closer look. Why Chemistry? As the science of matter, chemistry is often...

Top Cities in Europe for International Students to Visit

One of the greatest things about studying in Europe, especially in continental Europe, is that it is so easy to travel between countries. Yet,...

Home-Cleaning Essentials for First Time Living Alone

Leaving the nest is a big step for youngsters towards responsibility bearing. This step in life comes with its own challenges. It is, however,...

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 Sports Therapist

Jenny Jones is a lecturer in Sports Therapy at the University of Hertfordshire and a sports therapist for the England U18 Men's basketball team....

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...

Charlotte Rayment – An unpredictable career path

Charlotte works now as an English teacher (among many roles) in a secondary school in Essex. She arrived at this point via her qualification...

Poppy’s Royal Holloway University Profile

Poppy is currently a PhD candidate at Royal Holloway University of London. Poppy’s practice-based research looks to move away from the cause and effect narratives...

Poppy Spowage’s Queen Mary University London Profile

Poppy did her degree at Queen Mary University London, gaining a First in English Literature and Theatre Studies, and then studied her M.A. in Theatre and...

IELTS vs TOEFL: Which Is Better?

If you're applying to university or college in an English-speaking country and English is not your first language, it's likely that your institution will...

TOEFL & IELTS University Score Requirements Around the World

Ready to start your study abroad journey? If you're looking to study a university course in English, it is very likely that you’ll need...

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...

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