international students

Five things you need to know before applying to university as an international student

Submitted by ashton.wenborn on Fri, 09/09/2022 - 12:22

Choosing a university and navigating the application process can be daunting for international students. But many people are willing to share their experiences and make the application process go more smoothly.

Find a student voice you can relate to at the University of Cyprus

Submitted by ashton.wenborn on Fri, 07/29/2022 - 11:48

Situated in the capital Nicosia, the University of Cyprus (UCY) is a public academic institution that has been admitting students since 1992. Besides the high-quality education they receive, students enrolled at UCY can enjoy a warm Mediterranean climate, breathtaking beaches and delicious cuisine.

Celebrating cultures through on-campus learning in the heart of Europe

Submitted by ashton.wenborn on Thu, 03/31/2022 - 11:01

Sponsored content: created in partnership with the Università della Svizzera italiana.

As communities transition out of the restrictions introduced in response to Covid-19, universities are once again able to celebrate their multiculturalism with face-to-face learning. This return is particularly celebrated by the Università della Svizzera italiana (USI), one of the most international institutions in Europe.

Discover an English-language test that will help you achieve your study abroad dreams

Submitted by ashton.wenborn on Mon, 10/04/2021 - 09:48

Sponsored content: created in partnership with Pearson.

When you research English-language tests for study abroad, you may believe that they all assess the same listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. So, what makes the Pearson Test of English Academic stand out and why do so many students choose it for a successful study abroad application?

Six tips for learning English online

Submitted by ashton.wenborn on Tue, 09/21/2021 - 13:06

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Learning English online is very different from studying in a physical classroom. There is not always a teacher looking over your shoulder, which means you need to motivate yourself. But the good news is it’s easy to work on your English from the comfort of your own home.

Read our tips to help you stay motivated, focus on learning and put your skills to good use.