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Welcome to the Forums

Postby StudentGuru » Fri, 16 Jan 2009 10:07:09 +0000

Welcome to the International Student Forums!

They have been created to provide international students from all around the world with a talking place to help each other out. As an international student, we hope you can obtain help and advice from our forums - and we actively encourage you to answer and post your experiences and knowledge in our forums so that you can help other fellow students.

As an international student, there are also a number of key resources you should check out:

Financial Aid Information - PLEASE READ THIS:
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You should also check out the main International Student Portal where we have loads of information about studying in the USA, studying in the UK, studying in Australia and study abroad
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Re: Welcome to the Forums

Postby nhgolfer21 » Mon, 30 Nov 2009 05:40:40 +0000

Hi everyone, Im studying abroad this year and I'd love to share my experiences. Everything from choosing the right school, to getting a visa, to study and travel tips - you name it, I would love to answer questions and talk about the experience of studying abroad. Thanks.
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Re: Welcome to the Forums

Postby geannamore » Sun, 13 Dec 2009 10:25:06 +0000

hi to all.. I'm just new here i your forum but I'm looking forward to share and exchange links with you here.. :D
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Re: Welcome to the Forums

Postby jonrogers » Mon, 25 Jan 2010 05:59:24 +0000

hi all happy new year

I am glad to join in this forum hope u all enjoying in this forum

thank you....
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Re: Welcome to the Forums

Postby aprillove20 » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 05:13:33 +0000

Hi everyone,

Am I allowed to Introduce myself here?

Anyway I might as well do the introduction..

A am April, one of the students of AICA Education Gold Coast College. I enrolled in this college because of my interest in photography.

Thanks..

April :D
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Re: Welcome to the Forums

Postby irene Kado » Tue, 11 May 2010 05:56:28 +0000

:P i am so happy to be able to join this forum. I am from kenya, I intend to study in Australia starting October 2010. I however have to go through a college in South West Australia- Curtin for a diploma before I join Curtin International University. Any idea where I can get help.

I am not able to afford the study costs and living costs. Any idea how I can be helped. I plan to do fundraising in Kenya, though it is not very effective.
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Re: Welcome to the Forums

Postby IMMIGRATION LAWYER » Mon, 24 May 2010 10:14:08 +0000

Welcome to everyone studying abroad.

We wish you well in your academic endeavours.

If anyone is interested in studying in the UK, give us a call on 020 8553 4332 or 07503876209.

We are qualified/specialists immigration solicitors with over a decade of experience in this field.

Hope we speak soon.
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Re: Welcome to the Forums

Postby suchi » Mon, 24 May 2010 11:03:37 +0000

hello StudentGuru
am an international student studying in one of the US colleges. I want to travel to canada because i need a stamp on my I-20 form. i changed my status from B1 to F1, and when i got my I-20 form there was no immigration stamp on it. i was unable to apply for identification card and a driver's licence because i did not have the immigration stamp on my I-20 form. So my questions is that is it advisable to go out of the country (canada to be precise), and what do i need to bring along with me for the trip. My passport and my F1 visa is still valid. Thank you. PLS I NEED YOUR ADVICE!
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Re: Welcome to the Forums

Postby Zhang » Wed, 07 Jul 2010 09:05:32 +0000

Hi to all, I'm Zhang form China and I'm studying abroad in UK.

It will be pleasure for me to make new contacts and to discuss funny and useful things...

Regards, Zhang
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Re: Welcome to the Forums

Postby famoche » Fri, 09 Jul 2010 04:06:05 +0000

Hi Everyone,

I am happy to come about this forum, i will be studying at canada soon and I'm looking forward to share and exchange links with you here..
:D
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Re: Welcome to the Forums

Postby kingsley3663 » Thu, 15 Jul 2010 06:25:05 +0000

Hello....! I'm new here. And i'm so happy to join this forum. I'm Kingsley, from Nigeria. I kind of need help with my choice of course (petroleum engineering). Actually i would really love to study abroad but need help with counselors in choice of school that provides financial aids to students who can't afford the school fees. I would really appreciate any advice or help from any. Once again it's nice to meet u all here. :)
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Re: Welcome to the Forums

Postby youngtoucher » Sat, 31 Jul 2010 08:38:16 +0000

i just got admission int one of the universities in Ghana and looking for sponsorship for financial aid to pay for my admission fees before 15th August this .am from Ghana and my contact is 00233277170223
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Re: Welcome to the Forums

Postby Spinner45 » Tue, 31 Aug 2010 03:46:24 +0000

Hi StudentGuru,

I'm planning to go US for my college life can you please give me some list of school were i can go.
I'm planning to get computer engineering course.
can you please help me. I'm counting on you StudentGuru.
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Re: Welcome to the Forums

Postby adex » Sat, 25 Sep 2010 09:29:53 +0000

nhgolfer21 wrote:Hi everyone, Im studying abroad this year and I'd love to share my experiences. Everything from choosing the right school, to getting a visa, to study and travel tips - you name it, I would love to answer questions and talk about the experience of studying abroad. Thanks.


hi,
well im not a regular bloger but i have question regarding my education...im from Bangladesh and have completed BBA (in English) from a private university…my majors are marketing and international business..sadly I have a poor CGPS 2.8…I guess I made things difficult for me..:( now I have a job but I seriously need to finish my masters..and for this reason I have decided to go to Finland to get a Ms degree…my question: is there any way I can go straight to Canada for another masters or a Phd?
please advice
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Re: Welcome to the Forums

Postby jasonjose » Tue, 25 Jan 2011 10:38:59 +0000

Hey Guys- I am currently working in Dubai for a US fortune 100 Defense Corporation and have been working in HR for the last 7 years. I really feel HR is not for me so want to take a switch in career and have decided to come to canada for my higher education.

I am particularly interested in any Financial Services program in canada. 2 years or 3 years does not matter..My plan is to finish school and work in canada for around 1 year and then return back to Dubai. Anyone who finished their Financial Services program in canada please reply..What are the opportunities and do you think its wort it or should i just do a masters in HR in Canada since i already have solid 7 years of work experience?
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