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Types of Student Visas to Study Abroad in the USA

If you've got plans to study abroad in the United States, you've probably thought about the process of applying for your student visa. Bridge advisors often help students with their questions about this process, so we created this quick guide to various visa types in the U.S. to help you understand it better!

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Bridge Partner Philadelphia University is Now the New Jefferson!

Students with plans to study abroad in the U.S. now have even more options through BridgePathways’ partner universities. Philadelphia University in Pennsylvania has combined with Thomas Jefferson University to create a larger and more comprehensive university now called the new Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University).

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Proyecta 100,000 – Sharing culture and strengthening ties between the USA and Mexico

BridgePathways at Colorado Mesa University was proud to host the third annual cohort of students from Mexico as part of the 100,000 Strong in the Americas initiative (Proyecta 100,000), which encourages student mobility within the Americas. The 18 participants studied English in an intensive program at the Bridge language center on the CMU campus, lived on-campus or with host families, attended class with American students and other international students and took part in cultural activities outside of class.

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What is a Credential Evaluation?

You are applying to a university in the USA and they require a credential evaluation. What is it? And how do you go about getting one? We explain everything you need to know about credential evaluations, including processing time, cost and how to choose the right one for you.

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Preparing for your F1 Visa Interview: Do’s and Don’ts

When you’re preparing to study abroad in the United States, your F1 visa interview can be an intimidating experience, especially if English is your second language. It is important to take the time to prepare beforehand, so you can anticipate potential questions and answer confidently.

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University Spotlight: Metropolitan State University of Denver

For international students looking for an affordable university in a major U.S. city, Metropolitan State University of Denver is a natural choice. This mid-sized university in the scenic and thriving city of Denver offers smaller class sizes with a focus on internships and experiential learning. Read why MSU Denver is the ideal mix of urban living, diverse academics and outdoor adventure.

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Bridge Launches International Education Consulting Division: BridgeGlobalEd.

Bridge Education Group has announced the addition of a new International Education Consulting division to its diverse portfolio of educational services. The BridgeGlobalEd division offers institutes of higher education a unique range of à la carte marketing and management services, each created to help universities successfully grow and expand into global markets.

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Is There a Difference Between College and University? Answers to Common Questions About Studying in the U.S.

Do you know the difference between college and university, or what a liberal arts college is? Are you familiar with various degrees you can earn as a student in the United States? Don’t worry— if you’re thinking about earning a degree in the States, we can help you navigate the terminology of higher education, making […]

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Hear from International Students at Husson University in Maine!

Husson is an affordable university located in beautiful Bangor, Maine, that offers in-demand programs such as pharmacy and business administration. Hear what international students from Malaysia, Sweden, China and other countries are saying about their experience as a student at Husson U.

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University Spotlight: Concordia University, St. Paul

Are you planning to study abroad in the US? Concordia, St. Paul is an affordable university in the major metropolitan area known as the Twin Cities of Minneapolis. It offers a top-ranked MBA program, plus 100 other graduate and undergraduate degrees to choose from, as well internship opportunities, and scholarships for international students.

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