Tag Archives: student

iStudent Corner: 5 College Survival Tips from Gulnar: Part 1

It’s my pleasure to be a guest blogger for PeerTransfer’s International Student Corner.  I would like to thank them for such a great opportunity to share my experience with you!

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Introducing the International Student Corner!

Woo hooo!!  We’re excited to introduce the International Student Corner (iStudent Corner) here as a new weekly feature on the peerTransfer blog!

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Student Discounts to the Rescue

Want to save some cash?  Of course you do.  You’re a college student. But, have you been taking advantage of all the “student discounts” that are offered outside of campus?  In a recent article on the site HerCampus.com, which is an …

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September’s 5 Easy Ways to Save Your Money

We’re starting off this week by adding to our running series, “Easy Ways to Save Your Money.”  You can find our previous posts here, here and here. Today, we’re talking about the basics, as the beginning of school can always …

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Student Life FAQs (Part 2)

As the beginning of the fall semester draws closer with each passing day, we decided to put together another post on frequently asked questions from international students.  You can see our first post in this series here. As always, it’s …

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College Scholarships: What You Need to Know

Think it’s a little too late to apply for a scholarship?  Well, you could be right. But then again, you could be wrong. As scholarships can range in just about any value, they are definitely a major piece of the …

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5 Quick and Easy Ways to Save Your Money

We all know saving money is important. But we also all know that most of us don’t do enough of it. So, consider this post our attempt to remind everyone of a few ways they can save a couple extra …

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Protecting Your Identity: No Facebook, More Security?

This post is the third in our “Protecting Your Identity” Series.  Click here for Part 1 and Part 2. Let’s face it: identity theft is inherently….boring. But, it IS important.  After all, we’ve all seen the Facebook and email viruses …

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