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5 Things to Do During a Job Interview

5 Things to Do During a Job Interview 

5 Things to Do During a Job Interview  Landing an interview is always exciting. However, it doesn’t take long for the excitement to give way to nervousness. You’re worried about making a good impression and getting hired. Fortunately, you can put yourself in the position to ace the interview by doing five things. These five things will help you impress…

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Learning the American Culture

Learning the American Culture

Learning the American Culture  Studying and working in the United States is much easier if you understand the culture. This will allow you to prepare for your time in the country. Knowing the culture can also help you form connections and make friends. Let’s look at some things you need to know about American culture before moving abroad.   Time Is…

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Difference Between CV and Resume: A Breakdown

Difference Between CV and Resume: A Breakdown

Difference Between CV and Resume: A Breakdown While many people use the terms CV and resume interchangeably, these are two different documents. Take a moment to learn the critical differences between the two. Then you’ll know which document to prepare and preseDifference Between CV and Resume: A Breakdown While many people use the terms CV and resume interchangeably, these are…

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Becoming a Medical Doctor in the US

Becoming a Medical Doctor in the US

Becoming a Medical Doctor in the US While it takes a lot of work to become a medical doctor in the United States, it will pay off during your career. In 2019, medical doctors earned a median salary of $206,500. The job outlook is also good, so you’re likely to find a position after getting your license.   Find out how…

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Orientation Day

Orientation Day

Orientation Day Most colleges and universities have international student orientation day. This is a day or series of days for international students to get acquainted with campus life. While you shouldn’t stress about orientation day, it’s still a good idea to find out what to expect. Then, you’ll be ready when you arrive on campus. When Does International Student Orientation…

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What Are OPT and CPT?

What Are OPT and CPT?

Countless students work while in school. Having a job helps them cut down on student loans and also provides pocket money. As an international student in the United States, you have to enroll in a program to work during school. The Optional Practical Training (OPT) and Curricular Practical Training (CPT) programs are designed for students on F1 visas. Learn more…

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5 Tips for a Better Job Interview

5 Tips for a Better Job Interview

Are you looking for a job but consistently getting skipped over for someone else? Although it’s possible another person has better qualifications, it’s also possible that something’s missing from your presentation. What you do and don’t do when interviewing for a job plays a critical role in whether you’re hired or not. Unfortunately, a lot of people aren’t hired because…

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Tips to Become Fluent in English in 6 Months

Tips to Become Fluent in English in 6 Months

Tips to Become Fluent in English in 6 Months   If you want to go to school in an English-speaking country, you need to become fluent in English. Fortunately, you can become fluent in as little as six months. Then, you’ll be ready to relocate to a new country and begin your academic career. Follow these tips to become a fluent…

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Some Tips to Have a Better Student Visa Interview at the U.S. Consulate

Some Tips to Have a Better Student Visa Interview at the U.S. Consulate

Some Tips to Have a Better Student Visa Interview at the U.S. Consulate Acing your student visa interview at the U.S. Consulate should be at the top of your list if you want to attend college in America. Fortunately, you can impress the consulate office by following some tips. These tips will put you in a good position to pass…

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