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How Indian Students Can Cope With Culture Shock While Studying Abroad

Posted on Jan 02, 2018

Here’s an excerpt from a letter written by one of our students who went abroad: “The first two months abroad were excruciatingly difficult. Finding roommates to share the room, adjusting with their cultural and personal lifestyle, and then the challenges of adjusting in the sea of diversity in class. Every day was a new experience..READ MORE

How to Tackle Homesickness When You are Studying or Working Abroad

Posted on Dec 29, 2017

Tips for Dealing with Homesickness Abroad Homesickness can arise from a number of different factors — difficulty adjusting to a new environment, feeling lonely or cut off from your regular support system, confusion or problems understanding a new environment/culture/language, a perceived lack of control over what’s happening around you, culture shock, and the list goes..READ MORE

6 Reasons Why Every International Student Needs A Credit Card

Posted on Jul 29, 2016 Sponsored

If you’re an international student coming to the United States on an F1 visa, you probably have a bank or debit card that you use for your daily expenses. But there are several times when you’ll also want and need actual credit — your debit card, even with a credit card logo, is technically just..READ MORE

Things You Didn’t Know About Handling Money For An Overseas Education

Posted on Aug 12, 2016 Sponsored

Have you been admitted to your dream school? Are you excitedly packing up your favourite guitar, celebrating multiple farewells with family and friends, and making sure you have enough Maggi to last you a lifetime? Are you in the process of taking care of your responsibilities such as your travel documents, finances, and insurance before..READ MORE

8 Tips for Women to Be Safe While Studying Abroad

Posted on Dec 22, 2017

Consider the following statistics. According to Open Doors (2002), the leading source of US national statistics on study abroad, twice as many undergraduate women study abroad as men. According to a report by UNESCO, more women than men travel overseas to study. In the US, research reveals that women account for two-thirds of participation in..READ MORE

“Am I Already Too Late to Study Abroad?” An Expert Opinion on Planning Your Foreign Studies

Posted on Dec 08, 2017

When is the right time to planning for my study abroad program?” “Am I too late or too early?” “What do I need to do now so that I can leverage my potential to get into my coveted college?” As career counsellors, we are often asked these questions by eager parents and students. In India,..READ MORE

How to Choose the Right College or Country When Going for Higher Studies Abroad

Posted on Nov 24, 2017

Some students may have a very clear idea on what they want to study or where they’d like to go for their higher studies. But if the wide variety of choices of programs and destinations confound you, and you are unable to pick the right one, here is a 5 point plan to keep in..READ MORE

Top Study Abroad Options After 12th Commerce

Posted on Nov 11, 2017

Just a couple of decades ago, Indian students who aspired to study abroad looked only towards engineering, medicine, and law. The courses offered abroad were not  just costly but not aligned with our education system here. However, things have changed considerably since then. With the progress of education and availability of various scholarships opportunities &..READ MORE

Top Emerging Courses for Undergrad Science Students

Posted on Nov 03, 2017

How often have your parents and loved ones advised you against pursuing a course of your own choice, because ‘it does not pay well?’ In fact, in most cases, career counsellors are often questioned by parents on what careers will guarantee them good money, comfortable lifestyle, and less stress. So here is a quick lowdown..READ MORE

7 Ways to Use Diwali Vacations to Boost Your Study Abroad Plans

Posted on Oct 20, 2017

Picture this. You have a vacation of about two weeks for Diwali, as your school closes for the holiday season. You have tons of work to catch up with – homework, project, hobby classes – and you have lined them all up to fulfill during the vacations. Since your exams will commence post vacations, you..READ MORE

How Your Study Abroad College Application Form Should Not Look Like?

Posted on Sep 04, 2017

Nothing can be as stressful as a blank application form with a myriad instructions, details, and documentation. Add to that the stress of creating a winner application makes the whole process look daunting. By now, you may already be familiar with all that’s expected of you in filling out your application form. But do you..READ MORE

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