In this issue:
• Your taxes are due April 15th
• Get help finding a job
• Insurance for the summer

Issue Number 194 - April 2015
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Tax Season is here! If you are an international student in the United States, you must file a US tax return on or before April 15th. If you haven’t filed already, and need some help, we’ve got a number of resources to guide you on your way. Also, with graduation soon on the horizon for some, we have some excellent resume and job searching tips for you!

The International Student Team

Taxes Due April 15th! Don’t Forget to File

All international students, scholars and dependents are required to file a US tax return by April 15th. If you need help, check out the step-by-step guide in our Tax Return Section.

Tax Hangout

If you missed our Tax Hangout last week, you can still watch it!


FAQ's On Your Taxes

Still have questions? Check out some common questions about filing.


The Travel Medical Plan Just Got Better

The best travel medical insurance plan has just gotten better! On April 1st, the ISI travel medical insurance plan went through a string of updates that sees a number of new benefits including:
  • Medical Evacuation increased to $1 Million
  • Lost Luggage increased to $500
  • New Travel Delay benefit
  • New Bedside Visitation benefit
  • New Pet Return benefit
The plan is ideal for any international travelers, such as visiting parents and dependents.
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Featured Schools

Hult International Business School - Hult offers an MBA, Executive MBA, Master, and Bachelor program across their six global campuses in Boston, San Francisco, New York, London, Dubai or Shanghai.

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Full Sail University - Located just outside Orlando, Florida, close to Disney World, MGM Studios, Universal Studios and the pristine Florida beaches, Full Sail offers programs in film, music and gaming.

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StudyMississippi - Consisting of 13 colleges and universities that offer the major and size of school you are looking for, take a look at the different member schools to find something different today!

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Start Searching For Jobs

Finding a job as an international student is much more complicated than just sending out a resume. Start by getting tips on how to prepare for your job search, including confirming what employment options are available and how you can start searching.

Search Jobs

Increase Your Odds, Improve Your Resume

When searching for a job you must have a strong resume tailored to the position in question. Whether you need to create a resume or update your existing one, get tips on how to get a job-winning resume.

Get Tips

April Guest Advisor: Chris Paasch from Coe College

Ask Chris Your Questions

Throughout April you can ask Chris your questions about becoming an international student in the United States. Chris is the Associate Director of Admissions for Operations & International Recruitment at Coe College and he’s ready to help you study abroad!


Hangout with Chris

Worried you won’t get accepted into your dream college or university? Join our next Hangout: College Application Tips for International Students. Chris from Coe College and Bryanna from will provide you with the information you need.


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