Bridging International Education

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Are you an international student who is planning to study in Worcester, Massachusetts? Worcester is a popular location for international students studying in the US. Fortunately, there are plenty of amazing things to see and discover in Worcester! Worcester is the second largest city in the state of Massachusetts, which is 40 miles from the state capital Boston. It is often referred to as the heart of the Commonwealth due to its central location. Did you know that Massachusetts is actually officially a commonwealth and not a state? Worcester is home to many colleges and universities, so...
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  As an international student in the US or Canada, you are no doubt enjoying attending high school and experiencing a new culture, as well as making lots of new friends.  Yet there will be moments in the year when you may feel a little homesick, especially around the Chinese New Year.  There are two ways you can feel better. You can look for Chinese New Year celebrations in your area, and you can plan some Chinese New Year celebrations with your host family. This would be a fantastic way for you to share your cultural traditions with your host family, and to really connect...
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Studying abroad is a life-goal for many middle and high school-aged children around the world. It’s a worthwhile investment for reasons ranging from cultural exposure to academic excellence. For many families, it’s just a dream due to prohibitive costs while other families can manage through great sacrifice and extreme budgeting and planning. Some of the costs to a student’s family are obvious: tuition, fees, travel, school supplies, homestay, etc. Yet, other expenditures are hidden or unexpected. Depending on which country, those hidden costs can be significant or a minor annoyance. Either...
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 Although a rewarding experience, Chinese students studying in the United States do face challenges. In addition to adjusting to a new culture, learning a new language, and being away from family and friends, they must get accustomed to high school in the United States. Although you can't totally prepare for study abroad in the United States, you can make the transition easier by familiarizing yourself with major differences between high school in the US and China. Class Size   ​   High schools in the United States focus more on individualized education. As a...
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The largest city in Canada, Toronto has all kinds of amazing sights and attractions for visitors as well as young people studying in the city. If you are an international student studying in Toronto, or even studying in a city on the East Coast like Boston, New York, Washington or Chicago, then this is a great place to visit! I really recommend checking out all the attractions on offer in this fabulous city! Toronto is situated on the shores of Lake Ontario with a population of over 2 million. The great thing about Toronto is it is only an hour and a half by plane from New York, Washington...
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A major concern when planning to study abroad is cost. Once you are in high school you might also be concerned about scholarships for an American College.  Fortunately, there are scholarships available. Before we take a look at the top 10 websites for finding study abroad scholarships, let's check out types of scholarships you can search for. Merit-Based Scholarships. If you've been a super student throughout high school and achieved high marks in your classes, you may be eligible for a merit-based scholarship. All schools want smart, hard-working students, and they'll give you a...
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