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126. British Culture 101: Fun Facts for International Students
June 13, 2019


As an international student living in the UK capital, you’ll have the chance to dive into a vibrant and exciting new culture while completing your studies. This exciting country is home to all sorts of cultural gems – there’s more to life in the city than drinking tea and eating fish and chips! So, take advantage of the central location of your student housing: London life is waiting to be discovered. These fun facts should give you a head start. Food A lot of the time, British food has a bad reputation, and many believe it’s nothing more than fish and chips and takeaway shops... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

127. 5 Pointers for Selecting an Ivy League College counselor
June 11, 2019


Finding learning institutions for quality education require study on the different places offering the courses you are looking for. The best abroad education consultation Gurgaon companies have a wide range of services. Comparing services from the different consultation companies gives options to select quality advice for Ivy League college counselors. All consultancy groups give clients services matching their needs and picking the right consultant determines your results. The following are pointers to help you on hiring consultation services for joining colleges for better career opportuniti... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

128. Do You Need College Essay Writing Help?
May 30, 2019


Peachy Essay Writing Services is a renowned academic writing service which provides quality essays that are well researched, well written and very well referenced. Any college or university student who wishes to submit high quality assignments, written projects or essays to their lecturers or evaluators nowadays has to take help from external agencies. How can I be sure that Peachy Essay can successfully write my college essay? We know that many people have been victims of online scams or fallen prey to the low quality articles of content mills, and many students now hesitate to take... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

129. How International Students Can Enjoy a Traditional London Easter
May 30, 2019


Easter is always a vibrant time of year and if you are studying in the UK’s capital and living in a student residence, London has plenty for you to enjoy – besides indulging in chocolate eggs, that is! Many events take place over the 4-day weekend but others continue for the two weeks that coincide with the school holidays. Here is a guide to the best Easter activities in London. Go to Church You don’t have to be religious to appreciate an Easter church service, and when you are a guest in another country it doubles up as cultural experience, too. Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's C... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

130. London's Best Student Residence Options in 2019
May 30, 2019


Going to university is a very exciting prospect, but for international students in particular, finding somewhere to live can be quite daunting. Many young people choosing to study abroad are leaving home for the first time, so choosing accommodation is a particularly important decision. You need to feel safe, secure and happy. There are several options to choose from, three of which are highlighted in this article. Halls of Residence Advantages One of the most popular options when it comes to university accommodation is student halls. London universities have plenty of ch... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

131. Studying in London? A Guide to Student Freebies
May 30, 2019


Most students recognise that meeting the cost of living while studying is tough, and for anyone choosing a London university and having to pay for a student residence, London based, it is especially expensive. That’s why most young people appreciate discounts and any freebies they might be able to get their hands on. Here is the lowdown on how to be thrifty when it comes to enjoying your time in a student residence, London style! Apps and Downloads UniDays is an app with which most young people studying in the city are familiar, and it is a really great source of information fo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

132. Want to fix your smile but don't want braces.
April 10, 2019


Dental braces have for long been the only resort for teenagers or young adults to fix their smile. As children grow, they teeth may face crowding and push some of the teeth inwards or outwards. This misalignment of the teeth can affect their smile and sometimes their confidence. For a long time, braces were the go to treatment for anyone who wants to fix the misalignment of their teeth. Now there is a clear alternative called - Invisalign. Let us look at how they compare. BRACES. 1. Generally made of metal and put an emphasis on function over style. The braces are completely visible. 2. ... (read more)

Author: Kiran Kaur

133. Are you taking care of your kid's oral health?
April 10, 2019


Let me start with some statistics. According to American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, by the Age of 3, 10% of US Children have oral health issues. By the time they enter Kindergarten, 40% would have had carries. And by the age of 5, this number rises to 60%. These are shocking numbers, particularly, when we know that these oral health problems can be easily avoided. Oral hygiene is an important part of your child's overall health. The care of their teeth and gums begins with you. You need to set then on the right path for a life time of excellent oral hygiene. Here are a few tips for p... (read more)

Author: Kiran Kaur

134. Best Engineering Courses You Can Pursue in India today
April 10, 2019


Engineering is a standout amongst the most looked for after vocation alternatives among Indian understudies on account of the rewarding profession openings it offers. To guarantee a decent profession in engineering, it is imperative to pick the correct engineering school and course. Following are a portion of the top engineering courses that you should consider on the off chance that you are applying for JEE Main and other engineering placement tests and on the off chance that you need to seek after engineering course in India as you need pass JEE Main to get admission in engineering courses i... (read more)

Author: hemant latawa

135. Student Halls of Fame: Find Blue Plaques Near Your Accommodation
April 10, 2019


If you’re studying in London, you’ll know that there’s all sorts of things to see and do wherever you go, from museums and quirky cafes to classy bars and authentic restaurants. What you might not know is that there’s a historic attraction hiding right under your nose – the blue plaques. These blue discs can be found across the city, and you can even go on specialised tours to help you locate them all. The properties on which they are mounted were all past residences of famous people – you never know, there might have been someone famous living right next to your student halls. London is... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

136. Which Student Accommodation Area is Best Suited to You?
April 09, 2019


No matter where your interests lie, if you’re studying in England’s capital you’ll be sure to find the perfect area for your student halls. London is full of diversity, and it’s no exaggeration when people say there’s something for everybody. If you’re keen to live in an area suited to your personality, then you’ve found exactly the right article! Read on for a few helpful tips that should point you in the right direction. Centre of Attention Are you somebody who wants be at the centre of the gossip or who always likes to have a diary full of exciting plans? Well, studying in t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

137. What's Around Your Student Residence? London's Marylebone
April 09, 2019


Looking to find the perfect place for your student residence? London is full of exciting areas, but a well-known student favourite is Marylebone. Its great location, pretty buildings and quaint high street are just some of its excellent features. For many people studying in the capital, Marylebone feels like a small village in the middle of the city, which can be a breath of fresh air if you’re used to the hustle and bustle. If you choose to live in the area, Marble Arch, Regents Park and Baker Street will all be well within reach, so you’ll never be short of something to do. Read on for ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

138. Pass the GCIA And Work as a Security Consultant
April 03, 2019


When it comes to the digital security industry, major changes have been underway in the past few years. There is no doubt that it is an industry that is seen as more important than ten or fifteen years ago. It is why many people are interested in working in the industry, as they see it as an interesting and stable option for their career. If you are interested in such an option, we are happy to assess about the options that may be available to you. GCIA Examinations The GIAC Certified Intrusion Analyst - GCIA exam is one of the tests that you will need to pass if you are serious abo... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

139. Is a Programming Career For You?
April 01, 2019


A lot of people are beginning to look at programming as a real career option. There were days when very few knew about coding and how it worked. But now it appears that it has gained mainstream attention as a viable career path for a lot of people. If you are one of those people who is thinking about a career in programming, we have a short guide that should help you decide if this profession is right for you. Working in Isolation There are many advantages to a career in programming, but a thriving and talkative workplace is not one of those benefits. When you are a programmer, you w... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

140. Using an Ivy League Admissions Consultant
March 30, 2019


The call of studying overseas is being heard by more students than ever before and it is easy to see why. Broadening their horizons, more opportunities and a chance at having a global career. With it becoming easier to take out loans in order to pay for their studies, even students who would have thought such a thing was out of their reach can now dream bigger than ever. But when you are considering applying to ivy league colleges, you would be wise to consider using an ivy league admissions consultant. The increase in demand for experts who can help them reach high has seen an increase i... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

141. 5 Reasons for Hosting an International Student in Your Home
March 19, 2019


Are you thinking about doing a homestay? London is full of families just like you who share a love for meeting new people and making guests feel like they’re part of the family. International students are often looking for something more than just a place to sleep – a home rather than a hotel – and a host like you can offer just that! While travelling to a foreign city may be a whirlwind for your guest, hosting is an adventure in itself as you open your door to different cultures, stories and friends. Plus, if you’re living in the country’s capital, there’s even more to gain from a homes... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

142. Discover the Tasty Tradition of a Sunday Roast
March 19, 2019


The Sunday Roast is an age-old tradition in almost every British household, and it’s one that you’re likely to be introduced to if you have chosen a homestay as your student accommodation. London, as the nation’s capital, is full of great pubs that really know how to serve this classic meal, and I for one am sure you’ll have a ‘love at first bite’ experience! What Makes a Roast Dinner? If you ask your host family to name some traditional English meals, the Sunday Roast is guaranteed to be on the list (along with fish & chips and jam & cream scones). The meal truly lies at the heart o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

143. Hosting a Homestay? London Families’ FAQs
March 18, 2019


If you’re looking to earn some extra cash and meet interesting people from all over the world, there’s nothing more rewarding than transforming your spare room into a space for a homestay. London living is expensive and with accommodation being one of the most valued commodities in the city, becoming a host for students is a great way to enrich both your family’s daily life and your wallet. Hosting itself is easy, but you might have few questions when starting out. Read on to find out the answers to the most common queries. Why Should I Become a Host? Apart from the obvious ince... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

144. Where to Find Free Views of London Close to Your Student Accommodation
March 13, 2019


The great thing about London’s superb skyline is that there are so many vantage points from which you can experience its true beauty. These places are located all over the city, so it’s not difficult to find one near to your student accommodation. London is famous for its iconic buildings, and you’ll be able to see a huge number of these from viewing locations not too far from where you’re staying. Another plus is that so many of these viewpoints require you to spend nothing at all. Whilst there are plenty of areas in the city which would charge a hefty fee just for enjoying the view, he... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

145. Culture At Night: Great After-Dark Experiences in London
March 13, 2019


Though it’s a well-known fact that London boasts a huge number of galleries and museums, few people are aware of the fantastic late-night openings that some of these sites offer. It’s worth checking out these places at night as well as during the day – you’ll probably find that a whole new experience awaits during later hours. Here are some of the top spots: The British Museum Free tours are offered here on Friday nights, and the Museum’s evening programme is full of lectures and workshops for guests to attend. Each month, there is a special performance hosted at the British Museum –... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

146. Mindfulness, Resilience and Other Contemporary Buzzwords
March 05, 2019


There’s no other way to put this, so at risk of another buzzword, how is it that sometimes some words and trends make it to the forefront of our consciousness. There’s the media hype of course, and when there are TV programs which make someone considerably well off by the concept of tidying up, it is no surprise that there are some things that register more than others. There is the hype of course. Would it be too much to suggest that giving mind space to whether or not a sweater gives you joy might suggest there’s not a lot of really important things going on in your day? On the ot... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

147. Visit Theatre Nanterre-Amandiers on a School Trip to Paris
February 25, 2019


While Paris is known to be teeming with tourist attractions, it is also an excellent hub for cultural learning. The famous city is symbolised by the timeless Eiffel Tower and a delectable range of local cheeses and its fashion industry – but there is so much more it offers. For budding talent in the domain of the performing arts (especially students), the Théâtre Nanterre-Amandiers is a wonderful fountain of inspiration. Being easily accessible from the city, it is an ideal destination to visit during a school trip to Paris. A Perfect Trip for Work and ‘Plays’ Théâtre Nanterre-Amand... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

148. Tour the Panthéon on a School Trip to Paris
February 25, 2019


When you think of Paris, your mind is likely to conjure up the image of the stunning Eiffel Tower, but the city is also home to many other historically significant monuments. One such impressive building is the little-known Panthéon, which is a must-visit for every student of history. It was formerly a church, but is now a revered mausoleum containing the remains of distinguished French citizens. It is a location brimming with historical knowledge, making it the ideal addition to the itinerary of a school trip to Paris. Read on to find out why. A Treasure Trove for Students of History ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

149. The Best Resorts for First-Timers on School Ski Trips
February 25, 2019


School ski trips may seem like a daunting experience for young students, but a well-organised getaway can actually become an enthralling excursion for new skiers. If most of the students in your class are beginners to snow sports, why not consider a customised experience in one of the many ski resorts that cater to newbies? In this article, we share the best destinations for an athletic trip with youngsters. La Plagne This resort boasts excellent ski schools and specially marked areas for beginners in each of its main villages, making it a perfect choice for novices. The instructors ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

150. Explore Jewish Culture on a School Trip to Paris
February 25, 2019


While Paris is popularly known for its world-famous Eiffel Tower, cheese and wine, it is also home to several hidden cultural gems. One such symbol of heritage is the impressive Museum of Jewish Art and History, locally known by its French name, Musée d'Art et d'Histoire du Judaïsm. It is a rich source of historical knowledge for students who want to know more about Europe’s Jewish culture, throwing light on many intriguing facts. It makes for an interesting visit during a school trip to Paris, as young minds can benefit from a learning opportunity that goes much beyond the classroom walls. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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