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How to Pick The Right Student Loan
March 30, 2017

One of the most serpentine pathways you’ll ever follow: the student loan.  Consider our four strategies for picking the right one, and you won’t go wrong.  Our biggest piece of advice?  Don’t sign the dotted line unless you understand what it means for now—and what it means for later.  Let’s take a closer look at how to pick the right student loan.


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Why it’s Never Too Late for A Master’s in Design Studies
March 24, 2017
Design infiltrates your daily life.  From garden plans to street signs, and emojis to storefronts, design is everywhere. It’s all about user experience—specifically yours.  Let’s take a look at two innovative programs in Milan, Italy, where you can apply your interdiscipl...

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8 Inspiring Women Artists Worth Getting to Know
March 23, 2017
What did all of the artists featured in our recent roundup of “Six Works of Art Fine Art Students Should Know” have in common besides being masters of their crafts? They were all men. (Well, except for the Chauvet Cave paintings, that is, of which the artists remain unknown.) We’re...

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Why You Should Study Design in Madrid
March 22, 2017
You should do a lot of things in life - if traveling the world and studying design are on your list, study in Madrid.  Rich in architecture, art, history, music, culture, and food, Madrid is an international student’s dream.  Let’s take a closer look at why you should study des...

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Why Working in Sustainable Tourism Can Make the World A Better Place
March 16, 2017
The UN’s designation of 2017 as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development may be your wake-up call to make the world a better place by becoming part of sustainable tourism around the globe.  Take a closer look at why you should work in sustainable tourism. 

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Will You Help Save the World through Renewable Energies Studies?
March 15, 2017
Human demand for once-abundance natural resources now exceeds what the earth can renew by more than 60 percent, according to the Global Footprint Network. One of the biggest challenges facing humankind moving forward? Energy. And while one approach involves continued reliance on harmful fossil fuels...

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Five Amazing Apps to Help Students Stay On Track
March 9, 2017
Talk to any university student, and a common concern rises to the top: keeping up with the massive demands of a college course load. Luckily, today’s students have a huge advantage over students from 20, 10 or even five years ago. The best part? It fits handily in their back pockets. Of course...

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Four Things You Need to Know About Making a Career in Comedy
March 8, 2017
While Donald Trump may not be tuning in, Saturday Night Live is basking in its highest ratings in more than 20 years. From Melissa McCarthy as White House Press Secretary Sean “Spicey” Spicer to Kate McKinnon as Jeff Sessions as Forrest Gump, the show is on a roll and shows no signs of s...

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Why You Should Study What You Love
March 2, 2017
Studies show that there’s a weak relationship between job satisfaction and salary.  The key?  If you’re not studying a subject or working in a field that you love, no amount of money is going to make you happy.  Doing what you love will.   Let’s take a clos...

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Five Differences Between Grad School in the US and Grad Schools in the UK and Australia
February 23, 2017
We often rave over the many reason to study abroad. And they’re all true: From learning a second language to enriching your global perspective, the list of benefits of international studies is long. However, if you’re thinking of pursuing a graduate degree, you may also be wondering whet...

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September 19, 2017

Aloha! International students brought $500 million to the Hawaiian economy last year, in the form of direct spending and job creation.  Let&rsquo...


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September 15, 2017

Several financial firms are working together to offer an exciting tuition promotion for Chinese students studying in the US, the UK, Canada, New Zeala...


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September 12, 2017

The UK’s higher education institutes have educated more of the world’s leaders than any other country, according to a new study from the H...