Bridging International Education

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The New Year is here and maybe this is the time to think about your dream of studying in a US high school in the fall. The earlier you start your application process the better. It may seem far away however the months will fly by! If you are really serious about applying to study in the US then you want to start researching everything you need to know as soon as you can to start the application process. 1. What visa will I need to study in the US?  The first thing you may want to do is research what kind of visa you may need as a student in the US. This will very much depend...
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Are you seeking to go to study in a high school in the USA? You might have already been accepted into your dream school, but it’s also vital to pass the F1 interview. The process can be complex. If you do it right, though, you are more likely to ace that F1 Visa Interview! Steps for acing  the F1 Visa Interview Before you start your Visa Application Interview, it’s important to have paid all your application fees, completed all paperwork and ensured that your photographs are all up to date. Make sure you visit https://www.ice.gov/sevis/i901to pay the SEVIS 1-901 fee of $200 and...
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Are you planning to study in a US high school as an international student? If so, you really should plan to visit New York City if you can! Whether actually studying in the New York area or perhaps living somewhere on the East coast during your stay, you don't want to miss visiting the Big Apple! There is so much to do and see and discover in New York City! From its iconic landmarks and easily recognizable skyscrapers, to the hot dog vendors and walks in Central Park, New York City offers something for everyone. If you are planning your first trip to New York City, you may be...
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It took a while, but you’ve finally adjusted to a new culture, learned to appreciate the differences, and made friends in parts of the world you never dreamed of going to. Now, it’s time to come home and readjust to the old way of life. Although it’s unlikely that readjusting to your native culture will be as difficult as adjusting to a foreign culture, there is still an adjustment period. It’s called reverse culture shock. And just like you went through stages of culture shock when you went abroad, you’ll get to experience the stages of reverse culture shock when you return home....
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The Christmas season is here!  It’s a time of great festivity in many parts of the world! As an international student living in the US or Canada, this may be your first experience of celebrating Christmas, or you may find Christmas celebrations in the US and Canada to be very different from your own culture  Let's have a look at how Christmas is celebrated in different countries around the world! Great Britain   The Christmas period is probably the biggest holiday in the U.K. It is now more of a secular holiday, meaning it has lost its religious significance for...
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Internet safety for high school students is a top priority for students, parents and educators. It wasn’t long ago that individuals went to the library or asked a teacher for information, could only watch TV shows at a specific time on a specific day, and bought music at a record store. This was before the internet made so many things obsolete and the acquisition of information so easy. With these benefits, however, come responsibility and a bit of danger. That’s why it’s important for high school students to familiarize themselves with internet safety. The following information can be...
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