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Go Campus Scholarship What is an International Student Scholarship with Go Campus?- The word “scholarship” is translatable across the world: “bourse d’étude” in France, “stipendium” in Germany, “beca” in Spanish, etc. However, the concept of a scholarship can be interpreted differently depending on your culture. When we hear the word “scholarship” we Read More ...
study abroad experience Study Abroad Experience- This is Andy from China, here to tell you about my study abroad experience. I am a sophomore currently pursuing Psychology and Economics majors and Music minor Bachelor’s degrees at Illinois College in the United States. I am very grateful Read More ...
Spring Break – Tips & Advice for International Students- As some of you may know, spring break has begun (or is right around the corner) for most college students. I don’t really know why they decided to give us a break here but it sure it nice! It’s now been two months since we started school and to be honest I think that it’s time for a break from exams, assignments and no sleep.
Student Life on a Small Campus- When people think about universities in the United States, everybody has the same idea, which comes from movies and TV shows. We imagine many different parties, sororities, fraternities, enormous classrooms, and so on, and everything seem so unreal and magical. Read More ...
International Student Travel in the USA- Studying in the United States is a wonderful experience for the reason that the American academic system is qualified as one of the best in the world. Okay, we all agree on that point. But let’s be honest here, there Read More ...
international college student A typical day as an international college student- In order to explain a day as an international college student at Troy, I think it is important for you to understand that there is no typical day or typical routine. My days are very different and I always meet Read More ...
fear of bad grades Fear of Bad Grades- January marked the beginning of a new semester or even the first semester for many international students. When we jump into a whole new environment, teaching methods, and higher education level classes, we are always afraid of not performing But Read More ...
International Education Week 2017- Each year, during International Education Week, we celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. Schools, colleges and universities, embassies, international organizations, businesses, associations, and community organizations around the country organize events to promote those programs that help students Read More ...
English Level Do I Need to be Fluent to Study Abroad?- Here is a question students often wonder about, and the answer is no, you do not. Proficiency of the English language is not mandatory to participate in the Go Campus program. Studying abroad is actually the best way to learn Read More ...
Letter to International Students An Open Letter to Future International Students- Corentin from France is starting his second year as an international student in the USA and shares his thoughts with future international students in this open letter. “My name is Corentin, I am 20 years old, and I am starting Read More ...
Starting College in the Spring Starting College in the Spring- One of the great advantage of the North American educational system is having the possibility of starting college in the spring or in the fall. There are many reasons why students may choose to apply for the spring semester: some Read More ...