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Why Study Abroad Can Change Your Life

As a college student, you are gaining skills and life experience all the time. Studying abroad can boost these attributes at warp speed if you’ll let it. Though you may be daunted by the idea of leaving your home country

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Staying Safe When Studying Abroad

Studying abroad offers the chance to explore the world, meet new people and learn new cultures. While the opportunities are exciting, it is important to stay safe during your adventures. No country is exactly like home, but according to a

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Starting a Business in South Africa

South Africa is open for business and welcomes both multinational corporations and foreign entrepreneurs looking to set up an office or new business in the country. Detailed instructions and processes for a variety of business structures, including public, private and

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How to Live Like a Kenyan

The Basics Kenya is the most developed country in East Africa, with a large middle class. The country was occupied by Portugal, then England, and gained independence in 1963. It is diverse with a mix of indigenous Kenyans, Europeans, Asians

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Tips to Make Sure You Enjoy Your Study Abroad

The chance to study abroad often comes once in a lifetime. The chance to immerse yourself in a new culture, and truly understand what it’s like to live somewhere new and different is often a life-altering experience. Here are a

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Tips for Living Like a Local in South America

Every country is unique, with norms and traditions specific to them, but many South American countries share commonalities. When traveling through South America, it might be easy to equate them, but they are not the same in all ways. For

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5 Reasons to Study Abroad for a Master’s

If you’re interested in obtaining a master’s degree and have the itch to travel, why not do yourself a service and consider pursuing academics overseas? Too often are people deterred from seeking out such opportunities for fear of it being too costly or experiencing cultural and language issues.

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