The International Students: Breaking down Stereotypes and Cultural barriers

One of the problems with living in the United States is that we live in our own “American Bubble” where everyone speaks English and the country is so big that a trip to New York City or LA sounds almost exotic.  956 more words


Credit History 101

Credit history is often the biggest stumbling block between you and getting access to credit. In this post, we are going to explain the basics of credit history and how you, as a non-U.S. 1,305 more words

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The hidden costs of an international student loan

When it comes to studying in the US, taking a loan is the most practical way to fund your education.

And it is common knowledge that borrowing from your home country costs a lot more than borrowing in the US. 748 more words

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7 expenses to keep in mind when moving to the U.S.

When that letter of acceptance arrived from the school of your dreams in the United States, never in the life of you did you imagine that it would come with so many price tags. 859 more words

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A guide for international students to find housing

Congratulations on getting accepted to your dream school. Now you have to find a place to stay. It is challenging to find a good apartment/home in a safe neighborhood at a reasonable rent with good roommates. 1,059 more words

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A primer of finance documents for a student visa interview

Student visa is the last and most important document you need to go abroad for education. Visa can be difficult for some international students. You can’t predict the embassy’s decision. 997 more words

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5 ways to reduce tuition burden

Education is expensive. Tuition costs at U.S. universities are one of the highest in the world. It takes years and in some cases decades for students to pay off their large student loans. 774 more words

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