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UK Office for Students Announces £14.5m Mental Health Programme

As you know, we at i-STUDENTglobal take mental health very seriously and have already posted about it a few times. Finally, it appears that the...

Interview with an International Student Studying in the UK

Studying abroad is exciting and life-changing, but it can also be very scary for both the students and their parents. We spoke to Sooriya...

United Kingdom – Essential Guide for International Students

The UK has always been one of the most popular destinations for international students to study in, and it is easy to see why....

How Will Brexit Impact International Students?

Keep an eye on this article as we will keep updating it as we learn more. Britain voted in 2016 to leave the European Union...

5 Movie Misconceptions about College (with clips)

College movies are a staple part of Hollywood, from classics like 'American Pie' to 'Bad Neighbours', we all love a good college movie. The...

LGBTQ+ Pride All Over the World

June is officially Pride Month in the USA. It is the time for the LGBTQ+ community to celebrate along with their allies. It is a...

Tips for Coping with a Mental Health Disorder at University

May is International Mental Health Awareness month. As the rate of people suffering from mental health disorders increases, so does the importance of awareness....

Your Mental Health at University

May is International Mental Health Awareness month. As the rate of people suffering from mental health disorders increases, so does the importance of awareness....

Semester’s Closing

The semester is now coming to an end and while it is a time to rejoice at the thought of being done with finals,...

My Study Abroad Story at Uni of Glasgow

In this post, I would like to talk about my personal experience from going abroad as well as some of its pros and cons....

Hello from Shairil

Hiya to the happiest World! I am Shairil Bhardwaj from Delhi, India and I am studying abroad at the University of Pecs, in Hungary, pursuing...

On the Paciffic, in pubs, with time

On Sunday afternoons in the oldest pub in Dublin, there’s music in guitars and in glasses of Guinness. I go sometimes. I duck under waving...

Cultural Adaptation: Essential for Global Citizens

Ruth Mojeed wasn’t planning to move to Canada. Her sights were set on the United Kingdom or France when she applied to universities for...

Education Makes a World of Difference

As a high school student in Iran, Negar Abedi dreamed of going to university in Canada. She didn’t know what she would study, but...

Have your tea biscuits and eat them too

As I was tumbling from a pier in Howth, I felt as though I had a lifetime to think about feathers. Bird feathers and bowling...