Category Archives for "Study Abroad Economics"

How to Save Money While Attending College in the U.S.

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By Guest Author Tara HollandEvery year the cost of attending college in the U.S. increases, even for U.S. residents. The average cost of tuition and fees for a public university for in-state residents in 2018-2019 is $10,230. Public universities for out-of-state and international students cost an average of $26,290 in 2018-2019. However, these averages don’t […]

Five Ways To Finance Your Study Abroad Experience Yourself

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Today’s post is by guest writer Victoria Greene. Victoria is a freelance writer and branding expert; visit her site at Victoriaecommerce.com. It’s no easy task taking up a new life abroad as an international student. You have to cope with things like homesickness and the culture shock of living in an entirely different country. Finances […]

Study Abroad for U.S. Students: Can You Do It Without Breaking the Bank?

There have been many discussions about the costs of studying abroad, and why this is one of the reasons so few U.S. students take advantage of the opportunity at both the high school and college level. The costs vary, depending on the type of program that a student chooses, the length of stay, costs incurred […]

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