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Places to visit

The US boasts a wide variety of tourist destinations ranging from the skyscrapers and bright lights of New York City, to the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon and Alaska to the sunny beaches of California, Florida and Hawaii. Whether…

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Employment while you study

If you hold a F-1 Visa, you are allowed to work in the United States when authorised by a designated school official, but only under certain conditions and in accordance with complex guidelines and restrictions issued by the US Citizenship…

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Transport

There’s so many things to see and do in the United States. If you want to explore your local town, city and other parts of the country, you’ll find there are many travel options to suit your needs. The US…

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Shops and restaurants

Home to many of the world’s most famous brands and fashion houses, shopping in the US is often a major part of a visitor’s experience. With famed shopping precincts, indoor and outdoor shopping malls, luxury boutiques and large-scale department stores,…

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A student’s guide to living in Seattle

It’s an awesome place for students because of the balance between calm and focused days for getting work done and resting, and a world of opportunities to blow off steam and engage your creative, social, or active sides. Deciding on…

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A student’s guide to living in Boston

Bostonians may be a little hard to pin down, but that’s because there’s a lot to see and do in the city, and some might say residents are spoiled - with Colonial cobblestone streets, championship sports teams, and lots of…

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A student’s guide to living in New York

But once you go beyond the tourist trail (which is also very much worth taking a trek along), you’ll find a network of vibrant communities, local hangouts and hidden treasures that will make the city feel like home. Cheap study…

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A student’s guide to living in Washington

Washington DC, is known for being where it’s happening. ‘It’ can be almost anything: history, culture, art, food, and politics - you name it. Whatever your interest is, you’ll probably find a museum dedicated to it in the capital. As…

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Accommodation

Finding your home away from home Depending on what you need – and your budget - you will find various options for living on or off campus. Most universities offer on-campus residences. However in order to secure a room in…

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