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Hi guys! Here I am to tell you all about my experience on the Soft Landing Camp in London. For those who don't know what it is, it's a three-day camp, during which you stay together with all the other Educatius UK exchange students, from all over the world.
Pietro from Brazil, who is on exchange at Bexhill College in England, speaks to us in Portuguese and answers the FAQs of Brazilian students who are considering studying in England!
Here I am with a new post, in which I will tell you about English school.
Ireland is famous all over the world for its landscapes and I think that is the first thing that must have made me fall for it.
While studying abroad, you may feel homesick, however, your everyday routine such as school, homework, extracurricular activities, and sports, usually help you to steer your thoughts away from home and family.
Hi Guys! Did you know that the USA has 4 seasons? Yes! There is Summer, Winter, Spring, and Fall (Autumn). For each season, the schools give days off to students and they are called Summer Break, Winter break, Spring Break, and Fall Break.
Packing is tough. Packing to study abroad in the US is almost impossible.
In this blog I am going to share my experience of being the only student coming from Cambodia to Kokomo High School.
Ugh...where am I? This was how I felt most of the time during my first day of school.
In this blog, I am going to share three tips you need to apply to study at a USA High School.
On my first day arriving in the USA, I was immediately greeted with a warm smile and a hug from my host family. Oh! What a strange and exciting feeling!
When you study abroad you not only learn about American culture, but also experience the lifestyle of the other half of the world.
First of all, before any test make sure you get a good night sleep and eat a health breakfast! Don’t be too worried, tell yourself “I got this!”
I remember the anxiety I had before my first flight to the United States. The direct flight from Moscow to Chicago lasts for 14 hours and back then it was my first flight longer than 4 hours.
One of the common experiences most international students go through is living with a roommate in a host family house or dorm. Here is some useful advice for when rooming with another international student.
I have to let you know that I am, and always was, a big fan of basketball.
Leaving your country and your family to live in a foreign country with complete strangers is a brave choice, but it can also bring something very good to your life. Even though families in Ireland are very different from Italian ones, they are amazing too.
You will grow as a person while studying in the United States. Other than learning English, here are some of my three observations during my first and a half year experience in the United States.