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A guide to understanding standardized tests

SAT, ACT, IELTS, TOEFL… don’t let the acronyms put you in a tizzy! In this third instalment of our 12-part series on US college admissions, we explain what the tests do, and whether you need to take them

US Social Media Surveillance is New Normal for Foreign Students

The Harvard student blocked from coming to the US at Logan Airport could enter this week, but Uncle Sam’s social media scrutiny is here to stay.

More than 1 million international students in the US but new enrollments are decreasing

The Open Doors report proves beyond doubt that US is still the number one choice for international students. But, will it stay that way? There is reason for doubt.

New components of the US university application

Increasingly, US universities and colleges are trying new ways to get to know prospective students. Here are some tips to approach the video essay, diversity statement, and other new components.

An Insider′s Look at the Illinois Institute of Technology

Neil Bhandari, a Computer Science major at Illinois Tech, gives readers a look at the college which ranks on Forbes Top 25 STEM Colleges list.

An Engineer's Guide to Surviving Grad School

The US education system teaches you to be self-reliant in a way you cannot imagine back home. From your courses to your evening meal, everything is up to you. This is a complete education -- a life education!

Here's your chance to change the world – one good idea at a time

The World Bank and the Wharton School are organizing the annual Ideas for Action competition for high school students. Here’s what you need to know.

Teaching as a craft has to be seriously reconceptualized

University of Missouri's Associate Professor of Sociology, Srirupa Prasad, weighs in how the pandemic is forcing academics to prioritize the mental health of students like never before.

Demonstrated interest - what it is and why it matters

In the eighth of her twelve-part series, Katherine Ernst Mehta talks about demonstrated interest and how it can increase your chances of being accepted by a US university.

The End of Jobs: Money, Meaning and Freedom by Taylor Pearson

This book is a must-read for Millenials as technology is threatening traditional jobs, while making entrepreneurship safer and more profitable.

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