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Study and Go Abroad Fairs – coming to a city near you!


Have you ever considered studying abroad for a semester, year, or even whole undergrad or postgrad degree program?  Studying abroad looks great on your resume and can give you that all-important competitive edge over your peers when applying for that dream job.  How about taking a gap year either before or after university?  The concept of ‘gap year’ has been around forever, and is commonplace in other countries – UK, New Zealand, Australia – but [...]


Trip to Europe – Spring 2013 Grand Draw Prize Winner

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Earlier this year I received one of the most exciting emails…possibly ever … informing me that I won one of the grand prizes from the Study and Go Abroad Fair which was a flight to Europe on Lufthansa. I have never won anything before, so you can imagine the shock and excitement I felt. I attended the Study and Go Abroad Fair to look into law schools in the UK.  I was so grateful for [...]


Study and Go Abroad Fair – starts this weekend!


Canada’s largest international university and student travel expo is back .. check out the schedule below to see when we are visiting a city near you: September 21, 2013 – TORONTO – Metro Toronto Convention Centre September 22, 2013 – OTTAWA – Ottawa Convention Centre  September 24, 2013 – HALIFAX – Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 September 26, 2013 – VANCOUVER – Vancouver Convention Centre September 28, 2013 – CALGARY – BMO Centre, [...]


Finding a Job or Internship in Germany – by Linda Lounder


If not cautious with your spending’s, as a student in Germany you may face numerous financial difficulties that lead to hunting for a job. Working part time while studying is a great opportunity to break the routine, meet new and interesting people and gain a hand full of experience on your field of expertise as well as different yet exciting lines of duty. Before you start dreaming about the first day of your next job, [...]


Social Media and its impact on the way we communicate when we travel – by Andrei Milosevich

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We’re constantly connected.  There are internet connections everywhere.  Plug into a wall or get it over the air, we’re never far from our online lives.  We share, over share, and watch others share.  These connections, propelled by social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, among a great many others, have not only changed the way we engage with one another, but they’ve changed the way we travel.  This connection means we’re never far from home.  [...]


What’s the outlook for the Canadian dollar in the next 12 months? – By Peter Lavelle


If you plan to study abroad, the value of the Canadian dollar will have a big impact on the affordability of your plans. So what’s in store for the loonie in the next 12 months? Find out here!   If you plan to study abroad, the good news is that the outlook for the Canadian dollar is, on the whole, pretty rosy at the moment. Why? Because Canada’s economy is in good shape, or at [...]