The latest news on study abroad
International students headed home can still use breaks for their academic and professional benefit.
You may feel misunderstood once back in your home country, and even homesick for your U.S. college.
International students can fight homesickness during the holidays by sharing their culture.
Attending a U.S. college doesn’t mean you can’t study in another country, too.
International students should follow directions closely for recommendation letters for U.S. colleges.
Online educational exchanges can be an integral part of our foreign policy.
From big cities to small towns and hot summers to cold winters, U.S. colleges can vary widely.
The international diversity of U.S. colleges can help students keep in touch with their home culture.
Student debt is not unique to the United States, but financial aid systems vary around the world.
Speaking clearly about your past achievements will lead to success in grad school or job interviews.