Reduce Your Debt In Study Abroad

Debt is everywhere. It led to the financial crisis in 2008, and ironically, it has been the solution to our economic recovery (or so it seems)… Student debt went from $0.65 trillion in 2009 to $1.4 trillion in 2019. State and local government debt grew from $2.4 trillion in 2009 to $5.2 trillion in 2019. U.S. national debt went from…

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Three Essential Considerations for Students When Moving to Canada

You have successfully obtained both your visa and acceptance into a Canadian education program and you’re officially moving to Canada! Exciting times are ahead of you and most of the hard work has already been done, but it is important that you fully prepare yourself for the journey ahead. There will be a definite culture shock, a time when you…

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Reverse Culture Shock: Coming home after studying abroad

When preparing for studying abroad one thing you’re often told about is culture shock. Especially if you’ll be studying in a country that doesn’t speak your native language! What no one ever thinks to prepare you for is reverse culture shock. According to the U.S. Department of State website, reverse culture shock is “Many of the same events and circumstances…

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