For many Americans, Memorial Day weekend marks the beginning of summer. With only a few days away (Monday 27th), why not find out why we celebrate it and what you can do to make it a great experience for yourself!?
Read on to see what fun facts and things to do peerTransfer has come up with for you.
Living on a student visa in the United States is just about to get a little tougher.
In response to the Boston Marathon bombings in April, the Homeland Security Department has ordered a stricter security procedure, having border agents verify the student visa of each international student entering the United States.
We at peerTransfer have summarized the new visa implementations for international students.
You are graduating from college and are thinking about applying for grad school. Well, that also means getting ready to take the GMAT! The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is one of the most important parts of any business school application, and the standardized test most used by business schools across the country. It is therefore important you prepare and start revising your verbal, mathematical and writing skills well in advance.
We at peertransfer have created a list with a few tips on how to master your GMAT.
You have just finished college and thought you were done with standardized tests. Well, if you want to continue your studies in graduate school, chances are high you will have to take the GRE to get in.
There is a lot of material to cover when studying for the GRE, but by starting well in advance and practicing a little each day, you will be well prepared to take the test. peerTransfer has come up with 5 tips on how to get going!
Today we are interviewing Ksenia Yakustidi from Russia, who is a 2011 Suffolk University Alum with a Masters in Political Science.
You have finished all term papers, conquered all-nighters and final exams, and now it is time for international college students to plan your well deserved three months summer break!
We at peerTransfer have come up with a list of things you can and should do to relax as well as prepare for during the summer months.
They are just around the corner, and whether you are a senior or a freshman, college finals can be the most difficult time of the semester. This means studying, handling stress and keeping on top of things to perform well is on the agenda.
We at peerTransfer have come up with some helpful tips on how international students can prepare for your exams while staying sane!
You have experienced the American College life. You are just a few weeks or months from graduating and are thinking What’s next? Am I going to go back to my home country or do I want to stay in the USA and pursue a career here?
We at peerTransfer have identified a few steps international students can take in order to prepare and get your dream job in the United States.
Internships are a great way to experience not only the (real) working world, but also give students the opportunity to see what it is like to be working in the industry of their choice. Being an international student, internships in the United States will provide you with an understanding of what the working culture is like over here, compared to back home.
We at peerTransfer have come up with an overview of how to get an internship in the U.S.
Many international students live on a budget. Apart from paying tuition, spending money on books, housing and going out, adding the cost of food on top of that can quickly reach your limit.
We at peerTransfer have come up with some simple steps on how to have your cake and eat it too.