Summer is over in Japan, but it’s not time to head indoors yet! Instead, celebrate autumn at one of Tokyo’s fun-filled (and mostly FREE) fall festivals.
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Here, Sam explores how the underfunding of English-taught classes at several Japanese universities is impacting the education of international students.
In light of recent terrorism attacks, you might be questioning whether France is still safe for travel. Here, Ondine sheds light on the situation.
Laura explores whether underqualified international students are being exploited by universities due to their common status as full-fee paying students.
With new countries comes new risks. In the US, sexual assault on campus is a very real threat. Here, victims from Ole Miss voice their concerns to Alex.
The new app HelloUni makes studying abroad easier by matching students with their dream universities, courses and scholarships on their mobiles. Read how!
Nuria discusses her attempts to remain unpolitical during her semester abroad, which occurs during a historically and politically critical time in the US.
All countries have a gender gap. But in some countries, this gap is wider than others. Here, we take a look at existing gender gaps in popular Western countries.
我们不知道他是否能够Make America Great Again，但是至少能在他身上看到想要改变的希望，而不是继续挣扎在过去那一尘不变的泥沼，坐以待毙。
So you, just like all of the other 1.36 Million International Students studying in the US are probably wondering what a Trump presidency means for you.