5 things you need to know for your time abroad

Live like a local

The best way to really get to know the area you’re studying in is to fully immerse yourself in the culture. The quicker you adapt to your surroundings, the more you’ll enjoy and learn about yourself. Try the local food, learn the language, get lost. Time will fly by quickly so make the most of every moment you can! Read More

The Price of a Good Resume

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Higher education has come a long way – and so have the costs. At 18 million college students in the US, we’re past the days when the typical student is the first in their family to attend college. Every year tens of thousands of students are graduating college with upwards of $100,000 in debt. The college degree has become more and more expensive, but is it enough? The competition for jobs that will allow those students to pay back that debt is fierce. Students are no longer competing for jobs with their classmates or students from around their country. They are competing with students from around the world. The standards have been elevated. Read More

Five Tips on Taking Better Class Notes

Lectures can be a drag. Even interesting and thought-provoking topics become dull after two hours of listening to someone talk about them. It’s easy to let your mind wander and miss important information. However, taking good notes can be an effective solution for this problem. Here are some tips:
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