The latest news on international students
Campus clubs and volunteer work offer ways for international students to develop leadership skills.
International students can fight winter break loneliness by meeting with other students still on campus.
Be sure to take the proper exams and seek out financial aid when transferring to a U.S. college.
A community college may offer international students more support and cheaper tuition.
International students headed home can still use breaks for their academic and professional benefit.
You may feel misunderstood once back in your home country, and even homesick for your U.S. college.
Education leaders say the results are disappointing and 'lackluster.'
International students can fight homesickness during the holidays by sharing their culture.
Attending a U.S. college doesn’t mean you can’t study in another country, too.
International students should follow directions closely for recommendation letters for U.S. colleges.