Monthly Archives: May 2013

Visiting the West Coast – San Francisco

Golden Gate Bridge

♫ If you’re going to San Francisco, be sure to wear flowers in your hair… ♫ After covering vibrant NYC of the East Coast in our last post, we here at peerTransfer will give you some amazing tips and tricks for those of you …

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Visiting the East Coast – NYC

NYC

Summer break is probably the best time for International Students to travel and explore all the amazing places while studying in the United States. Today we are taking a look at the East Coast with a focus on the big …

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How to celebrate Memorial Day

Memorial Day Honoring

For many Americans, Memorial Day weekend marks the beginning of summer. With only a few days away (Monday 27th), why not find out why we celebrate it and what you can do to make it a great experience for yourself!? …

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New visa regulations for International students

Valid Student Visa

Living on a student visa in the United States is just about to get a little tougher. In response to the Boston Marathon bombings in April, the Homeland Security Department has ordered a stricter security procedure, having border agents verify …

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Top 5 things to avoid when studying for the GMAT

GMAT Preparation

You are graduating from college and are thinking about applying for grad school. Well, that also means getting ready to take the GMAT!  The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is one of the most important parts of any business school application, …

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Top 5 study tips for the GRE

Study tips for the GRE

You have just finished college and thought you were done with standardized tests. Well, if you want to continue your studies in graduate school, chances are high you will have to take the GRE to get in. There is a …

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iStudent Corner: How Ksenia from Russia got a job in the U.S. after college!

Ksenia International Student

Today we are interviewing Ksenia Yakustidi from Russia, who is a 2011 Suffolk University Alum with a Masters in Political Science.

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How International Students can spend their summer break

Summer for International Students

You have finished all term papers, conquered all-nighters and final exams, and now it is time for international college students to plan your well deserved three months summer break! We at peerTransfer have come up with a list of things …

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