Find Your Perfect Destination Deciding on a study abroad destination is a significant step that requires careful consideration of various factors such as academic interests, cultural experiences, and financial constraints. With a myriad of countries offering diverse educational opportunities, settling on the perfect place can be daunting. However, we’ve developed an interactive ‘Where should I…
Ah, Italy! If you want to experience “la dolce vita” look no further. Over the last several years, Italy has increased in popularity for American students looking to pursue their higher education in this beautiful country. There are many Italian Universities available for students across many areas of study with tuition fees to suit everyone….
Going to grad school abroad is a monumental step that can affect your future personal and career path. Choosing this colossal leap to attend grad school in a new, foreign country may seem overwhelming, but the perks of doing so will undoubtedly outweigh any downsides. Pursuing and completing a grad school program from abroad, especially…
Finding a place where you can live and experience different cultures can impact your life and give you excellent experiences. Doing so usually involves visiting a new country, so you’ll enjoy living abroad and experiencing a laid-back culture. Remote workers can travel to other locations, enjoy the spot, and make the most of their experiences….
Teaching English abroad can be an exciting and fulfilling experience, allowing you to immerse yourself in a new culture, meet new people, and develop valuable skills. However, choosing the right country can be daunting, with a wide range of factors to consider, such as the demand for English teachers, cost of living, and overall quality…
Before visiting Prague universities for Beyond the States, our international travel destinations were determined by an interesting food scene or visiting family overseas. Those criteria prevented me from getting to Prague in the Czech Republic earlier, a fact I truly regret.
Why study in The Netherlands? It’s hard to believe that Sam is already midway through his first semester at Erasmus University Rotterdam!
I planned this trip to Austria after reading about the Medical and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology program at IMC Krems. Here’s a summary of my trip and why you should consider visiting or attending college here.
Brno is one of those outside of the box locations that I would encourage you to consider if you are looking for a great student city, high quality educational options, and strong international student resources-all at an incredibly affordable price.
I’m encountering more and more families who are defining affordable as less than out of state or private tuition, or who are exploring the options due to the other benefits (like transparent admissions, international experiences, and future opportunities).
I share my experiences traveling to Copenhagen in search of the ideal European city for international students. We cover housing, dining, student life, and more.
I was surprised to learn about their technological advances, their focus on internet connectivity (including free wifi throughout Tallinn), e-society, electronic voting and unique cyber-security programs.
A trip that helped me realize that there are some important questions students should look into when exploring a particular school or program in Baltic countries.
Brussels was not my favorite city in Europe. But recently, I spent some time with friends to find out their opinions on student life in Brussels. See why I changed my mind.
I’ve learned about some amazing programs for international students to study in Hungary, discovered the Hungarian flatbreads called langos, and finally understood the appeal of Budapest!
Studying in Germany as an international student can be a rewarding and enriching experience. Germany is known for its high-quality education and research opportunities, and many international students choose to study there because of its reputation for excellence.
There are unique obstacles when applying to higher education in Italy. The first applies to master’s and bachelor’s degree students applying to both private and public universities.
Did you know you don’t have to speak French to go to college in France? There are dozens of colleges in France that offer a total of 540 bachelor’s and master’s degree programs – entirely taught entirely in English.
While the amenities, funding, and basics at research universities in the Netherlands is pretty consistent, I have found that this isn’t the case as much with universities of applied sciences.
One of the many benefits Beyond the States members gain is access to objective information I provide in our database about schools I visit – even when that information is negative. This trip did make me wonder why more students don’t study in Poland.