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5 airlines with great baggage allowance for students

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It is not a secret that making a decision to study in a different country is quite stressful, and traveling to the university of your choice might be especially nerve-wracking. The location of your destination country might define which airline to use and the choice might not be very wide. But still many airlines offer […]

How to survive in the architecture school

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Does Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Daniel Libeskind, Richard Meier and SOM sound familiar to you? If they do, this article is definitely for you. Being an architect is extremely interesting and thrilling as you are going to create amazing buildings out of blueprints and turn ideas in your head into the reality. As it […]

Reasons to study abroad

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“Ma’am, ould you like fish or chicken?” I knew that it didn’t matter what meal I chose – on board they both were a bit tasteless. Still it was the best chicken in my life because I knew it was the beginning of my trip. Studying abroad is the time of one’s life most replete […]

Top 10 tips for college freshmen

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The first step into adulthood usually is taken trough the great college door. After a great summer vocation, the relief of entering the college and carefree days are now only a good memory. Replete, hectic and captivating university weekdays are taken place. The time spent in the university will not only broaden the knowledge in […]

Getting through the final year in college

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How in the world three years have passed so fast? It seems that just yesterday I was running around campus with the mask of bewilderment and confusion on my face looking for a right classroom. It is unbelievable how quickly the time flows by but what is more unbelievable is this stack of assignments on […]

Tips for budgeting the first year in college

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“There’s no money in my pocket – I’m a student….oh, just deal with it. Here should be something that rhymes and explains why student are short on money but there isn’t – students are unpredictable. College life is so exciting, especially during the freshmen year. Planning the budget for the first year in college is […]

How to improve your productivity

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We all have been through this: working hard on a serious project at work or college and at some point it gets stuck. Simply because of the lack of ideas, fresh thoughts or just your interest burns out. It is a common thing but it doesn’t mean it is normal. It’s possible to wriggle out […]

Top 5 Schools for Gamers in the US

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Have you ever dreamed of a hobby becoming your profession? Your parents may not believe that you can get a scholarship for college for playing your favorite video game at night. It does sound fantastic but it’s absolutely true! If you are an avid gamer dreaming to turn your passion into the future profession – […]

The Best Free Time-Management Software for Students

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If you use your computer both for studying and for a leisure time, it is very easy to get distracted. As a result, many important tasks may end up being not completed on time or simply not done at all. Such distractions as regular email notifications, messages in social media or newly posted videos can […]

Virtual Reality and The Revolution In a Learning Experience

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Virtual reality (VR) actively gets into the educational system in order to enhance learning outcomes in comparison with traditional face-to-face and online learning activities. So far VRLE (virtual reality learning environment) is very promising in terms of the breakthrough in the studying process. Obviously, like any innovation in the education sphere, such type of learning […]