The Importance of Inspiration and Four Tips for Finding It
November 30, 2017
Thomas Edison once said, “Genius is one part inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.” And while there’s no discounting the tremendous value of the latter, the former is what sets the wheels in motion. Here’s a closer look at inspiration, along with tips for finding inspiration of your own.

Why Study a Master in Marine Management in Iceland
November 24, 2017
Ask any classroom of 10-year-olds what they want to be when they grow up, and at least one of them will respond with “marine biologist.” And with good reason: The allure of the ocean and its inhabitants is strong. For some students, however, the desire to play an important role in preser...

Which Countries are Winning at Work-Life Balance?
November 17, 2017
Many of today’s young people are putting a premium on work-life balance. And while it can sometimes feel like an ever-elusive quest, some countries do offer an appealing inside edge. Here’s a closer look at several destinations that come out ahead.

Using Your Internationalism to Your Advantage on the US Job Market
November 11, 2017
So you’re an international student who wants to stay and work in the US after completing a degree from an American university?  While the reality is that you may face some extra obstacles along the way, your foreignness may also present unique advantages. Read on to learn more about how y...

Why You Should Prepare for Multiple Careers (and How to Do It)
November 10, 2017
The world of work has changed exponentially in the past 50 years. People tend not to stick with the same job for the duration of their career. Let’s take a closer look at why you should prepare for multiple careers—and some active steps you can take.

4 Questions to Ask Yourself before Getting a Master’s Degree
November 8, 2017
Thinking about a master’s degree? Read this first. Let’s take a closer look at four questions to ask yourself before applying.

Five Lesser-Known Erasmus Destinations
October 30, 2017
France. Spain. Germany. Italy. The UK. These are the first countries that come to mind with mention of the word Erasmus. However, if you’re looking for more of an “off the beaten path” Erasmus experience, you’re in luck. These five European destinations may not be as famous, ...

How to Start a Career in the Creative Industry
October 23, 2017
Want a creative career? Want to know what one is? Let’s take a closer look at how to jumpstart your career in the creative industry.

Five Ways Students Can Escape the Ivory Tower
October 19, 2017
From concerns about curriculum to cost, higher education sometimes gets a bad rap. And while some of these are unfounded, the reality is that the perception is there -- particularly when it comes to one issue: the pervasive stigma of intellectual elitism, and the resulting disconnect between college...

Why South Eastern Europeans Should Study in Austria
October 12, 2017
Austria may be overshadowed by other Western European countries when it comes to international study destinations. However, while this history-packed country of 8.7 million people may be small in size, it’s big on potential - which explains why a growing number of students from South East Euro...


March 23, 2018

Japan's outbound student mobility skyrocketed in 2016. Let's take a closer look at where Japanese students are studying abroad.

March 22, 2018

Interested in doing your part to help ensure global access to safe water, protect the natural environment, and reduce pollution? We can think of no mo...

March 20, 2018

Over 3,000 college and university students recently responded to a Gallup-Knight Foundation survey on diversity and inclusivity with some interesting ...