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The last year has undoubtedly been one of the most challenging in memory for people from all walks of life and from all corners of the world. As an international business, Educatius Group continues to face unprecedented complexities due to the ever-changing landscapes of global travel and education during a pandemic.
When I arrived, I met my host family for the first time. I was so happy when I saw them. Emily my host mother and Kate my host sister are the best Host family I could have imagined.
At first, when They told me that I’ll going to a boarding school, I was a bit scared because I always dreamed of having my experience with an Host family. When I arrived here, however, I immediately found myself very well, both with people and with managing everything, because yes, this experience teaches you to manage yourself, to become more responsible because you cannot rely on two parents but it helps you a lot to to grow up.
Nesse vídeo, o estudante brasileiro Davi, fala sobre a sua experiência de estar no exterior estudando por 2 anos com o Educatius Group e como a experiência em uma boarding school nos EUA o ajudou na sua carreira de empreendedor.
Educatius student Ana from Peru has spent a couple of years finishing high school at Marian High School in Framingham, Massachusetts.
The thing that surprises me the most here in the states is probably the how polite everyone is. People are very nice in genera here!
Our student Violetta was an Italian high school student, who came to study at Arlington High School in Massachusetts. She had an amazing experience staying with her American host family. She and her host sister became inseparable, and the bond she formed during her stay would last forever. Watch her story!
Since this is the first time you are going to read something of mine, I should tell you a little about myself. I am an 18-year-old High School Student from Slovenia, finishing my senior year in Arizona. There have been ups and downs in the past six months, but I never doubted I made the right decision coming to the United States.
It is impossible to believe March is coming to an end. With that being said, just a small reminder that Graduation is less than two months away and not to mention Prom is next month!!! Time truly flies when you are having a good time and when you are far away from home.
This month I will focus on writing about furthering your studies in the US. I know that many international students hope to come back to the States upon their high school graduation. In order to be prepared when the day comes, I decided to share some tips and other “things to know’.
My wonderful experience in a nutshell. Let's start from the very beginning... I arrived in the UK on the 30th of August and it was an exciting moment.
Hi, let me introduce myself- my name is Roberto and I am an exchange student who is living in England this year. I arrived just over a month ago and now, I would like to briefly tell you about my experience so far to show you how fantastic it is.
Last weekend, Educatius UK & Ireland was delighted to welcome over 550 international high school students to its exchange programmes across both countries. With their bags packed, goodbyes said and face masks on, students from all over Europe made the exciting journey to their new home, ready to start the adventure of a lifetime!
Food is important when studying abroad. Today, I will give you an introduction to American foods you need to try while abroad.
You will spend a semester or an entire year away from home and it is very important that you stay in an environment and school that you will enjoy.
The United States has a completely different program of study compared to my country, Cambodia. Education in the United States is provided in public, private, and boarding schools.
Eai pessoal, meu nome é Lorenzo e hoje eu vou ajudar vocês a estarem preparados para o choque cultural, que certamente afeta todo estudante intercambista no começo, mas que com o tempo, a gente se acostuma.
I thought this is important and want to share my tips on how to succeed in American High School, aside from obvious tips like do all your homework, study hard, and study for your exams.