International Student Blog

International Student Blog

International Student Loan Consolidation

December 28th, 2013 by Jennifer Frankel

Tuition in the US is growing at an exponential rate, and for international students, the cost can be much higher than an in-state student. International students who are lucky enough to have a US cosigner can apply for select private student loans to help fund their education. Typically, you can take out additional loans if…

2013 Study Abroad Trends

December 20th, 2013 by Jennifer Frankel

Though the recently released Open Doors report has a great deal to say about US-bound international student enrollment, it is important to emphasize emphasize that US was not solely a recipient of such exchanges. In fact, in 2012-2013 had more students than ever – fully 283,332 – US students studied abroad. This represents a 3.4%…

Want an International Scholarship? Here’s How!

December 11th, 2013 by Jennifer Frankel

It takes a lot to study in the US. In fact, for many international students even after they spend years studying in school, long hours preparing for entrance exams after school, and carefully preparing applications between semesters, they discover another, more difficult task: paying for it all. Because the cost of tuition at many US…

Indians Flock to US MBAs

December 4th, 2013 by Jennifer Frankel
Indians Flock to US MBAs

It should come as no surprise that the value of an MBA in the USA continues to rise. According to TopMBA.com’s annual “Jobs and Salary Trends Report,” there was a 14% increase in MBA job opportunities in 2013. What is perhaps more surprising, however, is the idea that not all MBAs are created equal. In…

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