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Tips to overcome cultural shock upon arrival in the US

March 23rd, 2018 by MSMBAinUSA
Tips to overcome cultural shock upon arrival in the US

The United States is a melting pot of cultures. But still, if you’re coming to the US for the first-time, you may feel overwhelmed and experience ‘American Cultural Shock’. This is a common experience that most students face while entering a new setting that is different from their home country but the symptoms vary from person… Read More »

7 Tips on Staying Safe While Studying in the USA

December 29th, 2017 by MSMBAinUSA
7 Tips on Staying Safe While Studying in the USA

The United States is a wonderful country, but it can be intimidating for international students. As with many places, it’s better not to err on the side of caution to minimize your risk of inconvenience. To make your trip to the United States fruitful and trouble-free, here are 7 tips on how to stay safe… Read More »

5 Important days and their significance you must know while in the USA

December 12th, 2017 by MSMBAinUSA
5 Important days and their significance you must know while in the USA

The USA has a rich and diverse history which has shaped its present. Before you go out and about in the US, here are a few important dates that you must know – 15th January: Martin Luther King Jr. Day Martin Luther King Jr. is a hero in America, whose influence on the American society… Read More »

5 Ways to Enjoy Summer in United States

December 1st, 2017 by MSMBAinUSA
5 Ways to Enjoy Summer in United States

The United States is a hive of activity, regardless of season, which makes it a perfect destination year-round. However, it really comes alive in the summer when the country offers a range of activities to partake in; from fairs and festivals to lounging on the beaches with friends and soaking up some sun. Here’s how… Read More »

4 US universities with the best extra curriculum activities

October 14th, 2017 by MSMBAinUSA
4 US universities with the best extra curriculum activities

  The proverb “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” has acquired a lot of significance today. This is because today’s kids are told to “Play less and study more!” They are forced to get very high GPAs (Grade Point Averages) or secure very high percentages. The curriculum and syllabus framed is… Read More »

What is a Gap Year?

September 14th, 2017 by MSMBAinUSA
What is a Gap Year?

A ‘Gap Year’ is essentially a year-long constructive break taken between high school and college. Here’s everything you need to know about the Gap Year in the USA. What is a Gap Year? A Gap Year is basically a 12-month time-off from the usual course of study in order to pursue your potential interest, passion,… Read More »

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