International Student Blogs & Forums
We want InternationalStudent.com to be an active resource for you, which is why we have created blogs and forums as a way for students to interact with and learn from each other’s experiences. We have two main forums, one based on general International Student topics and the other for ESL (English as a Second Language) learners, and a number of blogs covering all topics of international education - so please visit them, learn, and post questions and comments.
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When preparing to study internationally, one of the most helpful resources is other international students. Our study blogs allow you to be a "fly on the wall" as we follow students studying around the world in countries like the USA, Greece, and Scotland. You can read about their experiences and the lessons that they’ve learned to help prepare you for your own study abroad experience. The latest post from each blog are:
We’ll keep you up to date on all the main events you should know about as an international student in the USA. Follow along for tips and guidelines for studying in the US.
Caitlin is studying at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland- follow her story studying in the UK:
International Education Blogs
To help keep students up-to-date with news and information from around the world, we maintain a number of education blogs that cover topics such as student health insurance, international financial aid, and communications:
You’ll find all the latest news and helpful information about financial aid here:
All students need health/ travel insurance, but it can be a confusing topic. Learn all about it here:
We run two forums for students to ask and answer questions, and for our "expert" forum moderators to help students around the world. We currently have an international student advisor there in our "Ask a USA International Advisor" forum, plus we have an immigration attorney monitoring our immigration forum and a Canadian agent monitoring our Canadian Forum. The forums are a wealth of information and advice for students so please visit and post questions and comments!
International Student Forum - http://www.internationalstudentforum.com/
ESL Forum - http://www.eslforum.com/