Tag Archives: Studying Abroad

Top 10 College Admission Trends You Should Know

A very warm thanks to another guest blogger, Katina, who runs a blog called Zen College Life which is truly an interesting site so go ahead and check it out! She’s written and contributed a Top 10 for us and … Continue reading

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US Universities Popular With UK students

A very big thanks to Chris Price, PFL‘s Regional Director, North America, who sent in an extremely interesting news report that you’ll definitely find both helpful and surprising when thinking about which destination to choose for your higher education. The … Continue reading

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Studying Abroad “Misunderstood”

After so many serious posts, it’s time to have a little bit of fun! When students head out to study in America or any other country, for that matter, there’s a lot to be thought about that includes all family … Continue reading

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The Dawn Education Expo 2012

We haven’t gone anywhere and will be back to writing our normal weekly posts in the latter half of next month. In case you haven’t heard (it’s in just about every newspaper!), the DAWN Education Expo 2012 is about to … Continue reading

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Here’s To A Brand New Year!

First of all, a very Happy New Year to everyone – of course, you’ve probably heard that a million and one times but all the same, a new year means new goals and a fresh start. This is especially the … Continue reading

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Our First Student Of The Week: Abdul Hayee

Just as a starter to our new series of posts, Student of the Month (or Week) isn’t just for those who have succeeded into becoming billionaires but rather, those who are working hard with a lot of determination. We would … Continue reading

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Top 10 Most Awesome Reasons To Study Abroad

Studying abroad supplies you with more employment opportunities than you may have thought possible – Once you’ve gotten a valuable degree from a university in an English speaking country, you’ve just improved your resume by a million! A survey done … Continue reading

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Halal In North America

What Is Halal? On the Eastern side of the hemisphere, most commonly in Muslim countries, halal food is the norm. While halal is certainly served and sold within countries such as the United States, Canada or even stretching out to … Continue reading

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Critical Thinking

What is the one thing humans have that allows them to stand out at the top of any other living organism on this planet? The ability to think! Even more importantly, it’s the ability to think on one’s own accord … Continue reading

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Student Survival: Homesickness

Have you ever felt homesick before? 99% of you have whether you can remember or not! Almost everyone has experienced that dreaded feeling of missing mommy and daddy along with materialistic things you own whether you were a tot in … Continue reading

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