International Student Loans for Indian Students

International Student Loans for Indian Students March 1st, 2019 by Felicity Bradstock As greater numbers of students from around the world are traveling to study a degree in the US, and tuition fees are rising, international student loans are growing increasingly necessary. Indian students, alone, accounted for 17.9% of the total foreign students in the […]

International Student Loans – key facts about international students in the US and US study abroad students

International Student Loans – key facts about international students in the US and US study abroad students February 26th, 2019 by Al Clunnie It’s always interesting to look back at the previous year to get a feel for what’s going on in international education. Of course, we’re particularly interested in finding the perfect student loan […]

Top 5 Ways International Students Fund Their US Education

Top 5 Ways International Students Fund Their US Education December 3rd, 2015 by Lette Berhe On November 16th, the Institute of International Education published its 2015 Open Doors Report. The Open Doors Report is sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State and provides an in-depth look into […]

International Students Must File Taxes – Due April 18th!

International Students Must File Taxes – Due April 18th! March 11th, 2016 by Lette Berhe Tax season has already begun and many international students are not aware that they must file a US tax return as well – even if they’ve never earned any money in the US.  All students must file their US taxes […]

The Price of Oil on Nigerian Students

The Price of Oil on Nigerian Students March 23rd, 2016 by Lette Berhe Recently, many people around the world have been celebrating and appreciating the drop in oil prices. For many, their day-to-day consists of filling a car full of gasoline, which until recently was proving to be quite expensive. Although lower gas prices benefit […]

Low Oil Prices Reach Saudi Students

Low Oil Prices Reach Saudi Students May 5th, 2016 by Lette Berhe A few months ago, we published a blog discussing how Nigerian international students were being affected by low oil prices. The drop in world prices has caused the Nigerian government to cut back on international education sponsorships. Unfortunately, it seems that the Saudi […]

2016 Travel Video Contest: Finalist and Viewers’ Choice Winner Announced

2016 Travel Video Contest: Finalist and Viewers’ Choice Winner Announced November 15th, 2016 by Jennifer Frankel InternationalStudent.com just announced both the finalist and Viewers’ Choice Award winner for the 2016 Travel Video Contest. With 159 entries from students all around the world, it was no easy decision to narrow it down to just 14 finalists. […]

2016 InternationalStudent.com Travel Video Contest Winners Announced

2016 InternationalStudent.com Travel Video Contest Winners Announced November 21st, 2016 by Jennifer Frankel We are proud to announce this year’s InternationalStudent.com Travel Video Contest Winners for 2016. With 159 entries, it was a difficult decision for the judges. The caliber of the videos this year were exceptional, and reflected the talent and creativity from students […]

2017 Travel Video Contest – Win $4,000!

2017 Travel Video Contest – Win $4,000! September 6th, 2017 by Jennifer Frankel Ever dreamed of studying abroad, but find that you don’t have the money? InternationalStudent.com’s 2017 Travel Video Contest is now open, and accepting your video submissions now through October 13th. One lucky winner will go home with $4,000 USD to help them […]

Break out of Your Comfort Zone

Break out of Your Comfort Zone September 28th, 2017 by Felicity Bradstock Out of Your Comfort Zone Maybe you’ve already decided to break out of your comfort zone by applying to study abroad in the USA. But what if you could benefit even further from this opportunity? 100,000 Strong in the Americas, and other similar […]