If you’re an international student coming to the United States on an F1 visa, you probably have a bank or debit card that you use for your daily expenses. But there are several times when you’ll also want and need actual credit.
If you’re considering studying abroad, it can be hard to consider where is best for you to complete your studies. We’ve taken a look at six of the best cities in the world for students to study in, so, this guide should give any budding international students some great ideas.
Some of my best travel moments happened when I explored countries where I didn’t speak the language. It challenged me, helped me grow, and left me with memories to last a lifetime. Here are five tips to surviving in a country where you don’t speak the language.
You have two options to maximize your ability to go mobile: study abroad or get an internship overseas. Know the difference to help you decide the path to take. This article offers tips to reduce the stress of learning, or working, in a foreign country.
Travel has often been inspired by great sights and cultures – and what’s more defining of a culture than it’s food? If you’re stuck on where to go for your next trip, maybe these delicious cuisines will spark your appetite to travel – and this is just a sampling.