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The top 5 Reasons for Studying in the U.S.

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There are many reasons for studying in the U.S. when thinking about studying abroad. Top five are the excellent education system, putting to practice a new language, a new perspective in how other people live, as well as gaining a life and cultural experiences that you will keep with you for the rest of your life. It is of universal knowledge that there is no better way of learning a language than living in the country in which you are learning that language. As you already know, English is the most commonly used language in the world. Therefore studying in the U.S, you have a higher chance of learning it and improving your speech faster because you’ll need it to move around and communicate with people. Every country is different in its infrastructure including its education system. The education system in the U.S gives foreign students the freedom to explore [...]

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Why Choose Home Stay?

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It’s common for students to flock to live in arrangements that are similar to their current housing: dorms or apartments.  Some students contend that living with a host family cramps their style, but this is rarely the case.  Most students who live with a family enjoy the freedom to come and go as they please.  They also enjoy home-cooked meals and insightful conversations with their hosts.  Which you won’t get in student housing. Here are 5 benefits of living with a Homestay: 1.  You learn the language faster. If you are studying English in U.S, then living with a home stay family is definitely the best way to adjust.  The more time you spend with other Canadians, the more you are forced to speak the country’s native language.  The best way to learn is to use it all the time without a crutch. 2.  You experience the customs and tradition [...]

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Research the perfect home stays during your college experience

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When planning your study abroad experience, every part of the process takes a lot of research and dedication to make sure that you have all the information you need. Finding a place to stay during your stay in a foreign country can be overwhelming but, fear no more! I’m here to talk to you about home stays and how they can be a great way for you to get the most of your study abroad trip. Home stays offer the benefit of being surrounded by people who are excited to learn something from you and your culture as well as hoping to offer you the ultimate American lifestyle. There are many types of home stays in the U.S. that offer different things that can be negotiated between the person applying for the home stay and the host family. Home stays can range from immersive families all the way to basic room rental. Immersive families offer the familial feeling [...]

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How to travel to Canada with F-1 Visa

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Summer holiday is just around the corner and have you decided where to go outside of the U.S?  Give yourself a break after all the hard working last semester. Canada is a great place to go and you can have yourself some fun there. It is an attractive and convenient travel destination for international students in the United States. Many foreign students in the US take the opportunity and travel to Canada with F-1 Visa. They could explore North America and experience the exciting cities, vast natural landscapes, and distinct cultures that Canada has to offer. So why not take this summer to broaden your horizons? Before you go, consider these two important factors to travel to Canada with F-1 Visa: 1- Ensure that all your United States immigration documents are in order so that you will not have any problems returning to the USA. F-1 Student Visa Holders will require A valid SEVIS Form [...]

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How to Rock the F-1 Visa Interview

F-1 Visa Interview

F-1 Visa interview is so important that it would decide whether or not you can go to study abroad.  Although there is no specific question that they would ask, some general questions might appear during the interview.  For example, they may ask you about your studies, funds, sponsors, your chosen university, your destination of study or anything. My suggestion is always be prepare but do not feel nervous about that. Here are some questions that might be asked during interview. Why have you chosen this university? Who will sponsor your education? How will you pay for your stay in the US? Why do you want to go to the US? Why don’t you study this course in your own country? Why have you chosen this course? Why do you want to go abroad? Do you have any family there? Who earns in your family? What do you know about course [...]

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