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 …

Overcoming the Language Barrier

Every student starting college or university will face many new challenges: new pace of work, busy schedules, harder projects, and many more. As an international student, you will also face another challenge, that of pursuing an education in a language Read More …

Living with a Roommate

A new roommate can become a lifelong friend!

One of the quintessential American college experiences is to live with a roommate. This will certainly be a new practice for most international students! Go Campus is proud to guarantee housing on campus for all undergraduate students to give them the Read More …

Flexibility of Study in North America

Classroom engagement in North America

One of the many reasons international students choose to study in the US or Canada is for the flexibility of their educational system. Students are able to study the subjects that interest them and have access to a variety of Read More …

“You Are Welcome Here”

Photo shared by Go Campus student Olivia from France. Each year, more and more American colleges and universities welcome international students on their campuses. All Go Campus partner institutions eagerly welcome students from around the world, and they have excellent Read More …

Travelling Home this Summer?

Flying Home

Many students have now made it through Finals Week, celebrated the end of the school year and are preparing for the summer holidays! What are you doing this summer? Travelling home to see your family? Road-tripping the West Coast? Taking a Read More …

Adapting to American Food Culture on Campus

Dinning with friends at the campus cafeteria

Leaving mama’s cooking behind is a hard step to take for any student heading off to college or university. Combine that with the horror stories of greasy, salty, sugar-filled food in the USA, and you’re probably wondering how you will Read More …